Meaning: An inflated circular object with alternate orange and white stripes. The Ring Buoy emoji, also known as a lifebuoy is a ‘lifesaver’ at sea. Thus, this emoji symbolizes life-saving, being a savior, asking for and offering help, support, and assistance.
🚨 Please Note: This emoji is officially approved in September 2021 as part of the Unicode 14.0 release. It will be available on all major platforms and devices during the latter half of 2021 and through 2022.
How and When to Use the Ring Buoy Emoji
- If you’re thanking someone for their timely help, this emoji is a super cute way while saying the words online. Like, “Aye. Thanks a bunch, mate! You’re a true savior “.
- You could also use this emoji while writing post quotes about helping each other, saving lives, or even being proactive. For example, “Don’t wait for the others to act upon a difficult situation. You BE the one!”.
- If you’re using the ability to float, stay afloat, or be buoyant in other words, in a metaphorical context, then too, this emoji can work wonders. For instance, “Just trying to keep things afloat, man” or “What can I say. My mistakes are buoyant as hell. Hard to cover them”.
- In order to float, the mass ought to be light. So, if you’re referring to lightweight in any framework, you may apply this emoji – “Now go on and turn that deadweight into lightweight” or “The whole point is to lighten the burden not make it heavier!”.
- Orange and White Ring
- Life Saver
- Life Preserver
- Inflated Ring
- Safety Ring
- Bail Out
- Pool Ring
- Safety Wheel
- Water Wheely
- Life Donut
- Life Preserver
- Perry Buoy
- Kisbee Ring