Someone’s Made Jewellery That Unsubs From T-Series And Subs To PewDiePie

A lot of charity donations have come from the subscriber war between T-Series and PewDiePie, with thousands being raised by the latter to help those in need in India.

It’s not just PDP who’s using the battle to raise money though, as a jewellery maker is now running a raffle to win a one-of-a-kind custom-created ring inspired by the YouTubers.



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The ring, which emulates the same design as PDP’s chair, will actually sub you to Pewds and unsub you from T-Series thanks to an NFC chip, and best of all – the raffle is in aid of C.R.Y, the same charity Pewds pushed in relation to the subs war.

Created by Patrick Adair Designs, the piece can be yours with a little luck and charity. Raffle tickets are being sold individually or in bulk, and the competition is running until the end of January.

Credit: Patrick Adair Designs

 

On the page, Patrick explains his inspiration behind the brilliant idea, saying: “One of my biggest inspirations is PewDiePie. I’ve been following the subscriber race between T-Series and PewDiePie, and I thought it would be fun to create an NFC ring that subscribes people to PewDiePie.

“Once I made the ring, I realized that a lot of other PewDiePie fans would enjoy it, and that the attention surrounding the ring would be a great way to give back to the community.


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“I can’t sell these rings because of how complex they are to make, but I can auction this one off. However, I don’t want to make money off of this, so all the proceeds will be donated to a charity.”

At the time of writing, the raffle has racked up over $5000 in donations.

Check out just how awesome and amazingly well-crafted the ring is in the video below.

Explaining just how he created the masterpiece, he writes: “In this video, I make a ring out of a custom block of micarta that I made to look like PewDiePie’s red and black swirl pattern that he uses frequently…This video was mostly for fun and to support the C.R.Y. charity, I hope you enjoy it!”

Check our more amazing jewellery designs on Patrick Adair’s Instagram here, or his website here.