With the holidays behind us, January is always an exciting month for new charm brand releases! Earlier today, Ohm Beads gave us a sneak peek at their upcoming Geek 1.0 Collection, and now we’ve got another set to look forward to called Rawr. This release is scheduled for January 11th as well (same as Geek 1.0), and is an extension of the single release T-Rex Skull from early 2014. The collection includes 6 new designs – 3 silvers named Triceratops Skull, Parasaurolophus Skull, and Velociraptor Skull, plus 3 glass beads called Secretions, Neolithic, and Humerus.
Like the prehistoric creatures themselves, these charms are larger than life and have the size to match. Similar to the T-Rex Skull, the Triceratops Skull, Parasaurolophus Skull, and Velociraptor Skull are quite long and wide. They can be worn on the bracelet as a focal pieces, or also perfect on a longer chain like the Ohm Beads drop ball necklace designed specifically for the T-Rex Skull. The detail is incredible and I can’t wait to see these in person!
The accompanying glass beads are also larger than average and have a rugged, organic feel. I’m told that they vary a bit from bead to bead, which makes them even more unique. Their very names conjure an image of an oozing environment that was our primordial world. These glass are universally cored and fits on all bracelet types including Pandora.
Now, we have a great idea of what’s in store for us from Ohm Beads in January – first, there’s the Year of the Ram with a limited edition two-tone and retailer exclusive all gold version as well as the regular silver releasing on January 3rd, and Geek 1.0 and Rawr will make their debut on January 11th. In addition, February 4th will bring us another special Valentine’s Day charm called Love Stinks and March 1st will herald in a glass set called 6 pack, most likely a hoppy kit to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The latter two releases we have yet to see photos for, but they should be shortly forthcoming.
Are you excited for this first quarter schedule from Ohm Beads? What do you think of these new dinosaur designs?