Ohm Beads Trainwreck Preview

This Ohm Beads blog brings a complete preview of the upcoming Ohm Beads Trainwreck, launching in March 2018.

The final preview of the day is the new Ohm Beads Trainwreck and this was a requested design from one of the community. It will retail at $50 and it is not a limited edition. The official launch date is March the 2nd.

Ohm Beads Trainwreck

I’m sure most of you have heard the term “emotional trainwreck.” Whether you are fully committed to the notion, flirt with it on bad days or know someone who is, here’s the bead. It’s designed somewhat like a spacer albeit thicker than most Ohm spacers. It would actually make a quirky endcap for those who like designing that way,

Ohm Beads Train Wreck

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Ohm Beads Train Wreck

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Ohm Beads Train Wreck

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Ohm Beads Train Wreck

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Ohm Beads Train Wreck

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Ohm Beads Train Wreck

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Ohm Beads Trainwreck Pre-Orders

For those coveting the bead, you can order via any of the links found below:-

Ohm Beads Trainwreck Summary

For those who look for versatility in their beads, this would look amazing for Halloween on some kind of haunted house style bracelet. I’d style it with the no retired Zombie collection. I did ponder whether it could work on a vintage children’s bracelet but the train is pretty creepy.

As always I love to hear from my readers. What are your thoughts on the Ohm Beads Trainwreck? Hit the comments and let me know!

Comments
  1. Elizabeth

    Love this train! It’s on the list for sure. I am trying to hold off until bead bash so I am glad it is not limited.

    • endangeredtrolls

      Absolutely not limited ๐Ÿ˜€ And yes.. I guess it’s time to start planning those wishlists ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • endangeredtrolls

        p.s. I’m going to start messing them all up soon ๐Ÿ˜›

  2. Beth

    It’s a cool and quirky design for sure. I get it as an interesting symbol of a train wreck in terms of someone who’s having overwhelming emotional, or even physical, issues. However, I use our “national” and local train systems (this is sooo not Europe!) quite often, and there have recently been too many literal train wrecks. Plus, here it’s used in hospitals to describe patients coming in who are in really bad shape. With my anxiety, this wouldn’t be a good choice for me. I guess I could turn around my reluctance and instead wear the bead as a talisman for safe train travel! I’ll wait until a friend comes back from Bead Bash, so I can see it in person. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • endangeredtrolls

      Don’t make your anxiety worse! It’s meant to be a light hearted take on that, not something to freak you out ๐Ÿ˜€

      It’s a little chunkier than I think most people will expect. It’s a spacer for sure in terms of it’s shape but it’s far larger than the Dark Shadows spacers for example

  3. Kathy

    I ordered this because my grandsons LOVE trains. Iโ€™m hoping itโ€™s small enough to be not too scary! It would be wonderful to create a happy train such as a Christmas train! Iโ€™d be all in for that!

    • endangeredtrolls

      It’s the face of the train that is a little creepy – good creepy in my opinion, I should mention! It’s kinda screaming ๐Ÿ˜› Which makes sense for this bead but it’s why I’m not sure it’s going to fit for a childhood theme. Would look awesome on a Halloweeny kinda thing though.

      • Lisa G

        I love it! So creepy and can be used to represent so many things! Will buy at bead bash.

        • endangeredtrolls

          It’s definitely a little creepy. Not bad creepy. But creepy creepy :p

    • Ilse

      Spiritbeads now made a very happy and peaceful train.

  4. Sorrel

    My first thought when I saw this bead was the Grateful Dead version of Casey Jones:

    โ€œDriving that train, high on cocaine,
    Casey Jones you better watch your speed…โ€

    I will need to find a space for this on my rockโ€™nโ€™roll bracelet.

    I also travel by train a lot, it is my preferred way for long distances. I take the train to work, itโ€™s a wee rural single track line, frequently delayed by the wrong type of snow, livestock on the track etc etc. A sense of humour definitely required ๐Ÿš‚

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