M3D's Air'rings are 3D-Printed Earrings with Nets for Catching Air Pods

By: Joey Haar - Oct 13, 2016
References: thingiverse & cnet
M3D is a 3D printing company that sells consumer printers and dabbles in item designs, and their newest design, the Air'rings, take a lighthearted jab at one of Apple's newest products.

Apple's Air Pods have taken a fair portion of criticism for their wireless design, with many consumers concerned about losing the ear buds if (or when) they fall out. M3D's Air'rings tease the Air Pods in this regard. The 3D design is a small net that can attach to a standard earring. In theory, a consumer listening to their Air Pods and wearing the Air'rings can fearlessly dance and move around, since the miniature nets will catch the Air Pods if they do fall out.

The novelty design is available for download and can be printed out through the use of M3D's printers.