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Launch of Gets Worldwide Response – Both Good and Bad

AMSTERDAM, February 3, 2011/PRNewswire/ — Amsterdam based start-up launched “the world’s first Twitter ring” and generated a worldwide response. More than 15,000 visitors from over 100 countries visited in the first weeks and created a little over 3000 tweet-rings. Although its launch was an instant success, the company also received some criticism on social media like Twitter, because of its pricing. In response, the company decided to lower prices, starting February 1st. Just in time for Valentine’s.

Some Tweets should last forever – this is the opinion that inspired, “the world’s first Twitter ring”, a new innovative jewellery idea from Amsterdam-based

The launch of the website got a huge response on the Internet, especially on Twitter. A product like this has a large audience that is critical of everything concerning the Twitter universe. With a product like this, one should monitor closely what is being said about the products in that community.

Apart from the sharp divide in lovers and haters, the price was a stumbling block for many potential tweet-ring wearers. Despite a good turnover and orders well above expectations the price could be lowered to accommodate more people that would love to buy a tweet-ring, but haven’t yet. Early buyers were offered compensation.


The world’s first jewellery brand that engraves texts measuring less than one millimetre on the sides of a ring. The words are just visible to the naked eye, yet amazingly legible because of our advanced laser technology.

Tweet-rings are available in sturdy stainless steel, classic silver and modern titanium, now ranging in price from EUR 79,- to EUR 99,-. Delivery is free to over 50 countries, with a guaranteed 30-day return policy. is a brand. We are in no way affiliated with Twitter. Twitter and Tweet are trademarks of Twitter, Inc..

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