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Tweet-Rings: The World’s First Twitter Rings

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Because Some Tweets Should Last Forever!

AMSTERDAM, January 20, 2011/PRNewswire/ — Amsterdam based start-up Alphabeth.com develops innovative projects that combine web creativity with fine jewellery. Tweet-Rings.com “the world’s first Twitter ring” launched today. It combines the hugely popular Twitter service with a personalized engraved ring.

Some Tweets should last forever because they mark a special moment in your life or express your personal motto. Perhaps your favourite message is just so beautiful that you want to carry it with you. It’s easy with a tweet-ring. Just select your favourite Tweet, or write your own message on tweet-rings.com. 140 characters, super sharp engraved on both sides of a ring: that’s a tweet-ring.

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Greg Rewis proposed to his girlfriend via Twitter, back in 2008. Barack Obama first shared his historic win with his followers. Leigh Fazzina saved her life using 140 characters. Many more, lesser known moments, thoughts and personal stories deserve eternity. With tweet-rings.com, this is easy.

Select your favourite Twitter message or write your own message on tweet-rings.com. As long as it fits the maximum length of 140 characters per side: for example, place your tweet on one side and the sender, date and time on the other. Wear it yourself, or give it to someone special – as a personal, contemporary and stylish gift.

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Tweet-rings.com is 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, ranging in price from EUR 89 to EUR 109. Delivery is free to over 50 countries, with a guaranteed 30-day return policy.

http://www.tweet-rings.com

Tweet-rings.com is a Alphabeth.com (http://www.alphabeth.com/) brand. We are in no way affiliated with Twitter. Twitter and Tweet are trademarks of Twitter, Inc..

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