Enso Rings Launches New May the 4th Star Wars Collection!
Fans of the Stars Wars IP have new Enso Rings to add to their collection. The latest silicone rings are ready to help fans show off three new designs featuring Jabba’s Palace, the Forest Moon of Endor, and Wicket.
Along with the release of the three new Star Wars Enso Rings, the company is also offering up to 30% off all Star Wars products. And yes, the sale includes these latest Enso Rings, too, if you want to buy them while saving a couple of dollars.
Let’s go over the three rings!
Star Wars Silicone Rings – Forest Moon of Endor
This ring captures an iconic Battle of Endor scene from the classic film. Looking at the details, you will notice that there’s the Death Star on the horizon, and an AT-ST stalks our heroes through the beautiful Endor forest as they get ready to battle. Made in the USA, this forest-inspired green silicone ring can be yours for $49.99.
Star Wars Silicone Rings – Jabba’s Palace
This particular ring is about Jabba welcoming newcomers. The main character is sitting on his throne while being surrounded by his confidants. This bronze-colored ring will also cost you $49.99.
Star Wars Silicone Rings – Wicket
Also costing $49.99, this DualTone ring is for the fans of Ewoks. It features the iconic Wicket. The two complimentary metallic colors are supposed to evoke the vibrant heart of Ewoks everywhere.
As of writing this, you can buy each of the latest releases for $39.99 (a 20% discount).
For those wondering, these Star Wars Enso Rings have been designed in collaboration with Lucasfilm. Along with the three latest releases, you can find even more Star Wars products by visiting the company’s official website. Enso Rings cover a wide variety of franchises. So, you are sure to find one or more wearables that are right up your alley.
The Disney Enso Rings Collection looks so good!
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(via Press Release)
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