Ever bought something that was so expensive, so completely unnecessary, that you had to fight through the buyers remorse just to lay down your money? The Mathmatiks Turntable Ring is one of those items. It gets its name from the little mini turntable that flattops a band that’s made of 18 karat yellow gold. Don’t go off looking for any Tom Jones records to play on this monster, though, kids.
Something tells us that the major labels never put out any playable LPs in this exact size. But even though it can’t play a note, it’ll certainly sing on your finger and be the envy of every music lover that you know.And that’s really what it’s all about, isn’t it?
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