- Why is it called a 'tweet-ring'?
- Why put a tweet on a ring?
- How do I design a tweet-ring?
- I don't do Twitter. Now what?
- How do you load tweets?
- Can I use my own tweets?
- Can I load other people's tweets?
- Can I send non-public tweets of friends?
- What text does a ‘standard’ tweet-ring contain?
- Can I change the format?
- Can I get a text on the inside of the ring?
- What rings do you offer?
- Is it possible I get an allergic reaction?
- I already have a ring. Can you engrave mine?
- How can I determine my ring size?
- What sizes do you have?
- What size system do you use?
- What is a ring size card?
- What is a ‘size guarantee’?
- How does the 30 day return policy work?
- How does twitter work?
- Which fonts do you use?
- Why isn't there a smaller ring size than 18?
140 characters can be engraved on the edges of a tweet-ring in small letters that can be read with the naked eye. 140 characters is exactly the maximum number of characters in a tweet.
Although the medium is volatile, some tweets deserve eternity. Because they mark a moment in your life, or display a personal motto, or you want to remember the text. Now you can. On a ring. A tweet-ring!
You start with the text. This can be a tweet (twitter post), but it can be any other text of a maximum of 140 characters. On both sides of the ring.
You do not have to have a twitter account to get a tweet-ring. On the homepage, there is a second option. Type your Tweet or text. And decide what you want to have engraved on the other side as well, because it may also contain 140 characters.
You can load all tweets from a specific twitter account. On the home page, fill in the twitter name. Click on the button below. Tweet-rings.com then loads all twitter messages. Click through the results one by one. When you’ve found your favourite tweet, click on ‘start with this'. The tweet will automatically appear on one side of the ring, the sender information on the other side.
Yes. Use your twitter name. A twitter name looks like this: a name with an "@" sign placed before it.
Yes, as long as you know his/her twitter name and his/her tweets are public. A twitter name looks like this: a name with an "@" sign placed before it.
Yes, with a slight detour. Do not use the twitter option, but the “enter your own text” in "option”. Copy / paste the text of the tweet in step 1 and the sender information on the other.
On the one side the text of the twitter message. On the other side the sender’s data. You can modify, add or change the text up to 140 characters.
No, tweet-rings.com has a pre-set format, in order to maintain a low price. At this point it is not possible to make changes to the format. However, if you have any suggestions, please let us know. It is possible to create a ‘different-from-others’ ring. We have seen a lot of creativity in the entries.
No, tweet-rings.com has a pre-set format, in order to maintain a low price. At this point it is not possible to create text on the inside. But, as we speak we are working on type-rings.com: "The ring for type lovers”. It will offer more choice of rings and fonts, text on the inside and outside ánd the ability to upload your own design. Sign up for our Newsletter or follow us on twitter and Facebook and be the first to hear when we go live!
We have 3 tweet-rings in stock. Each with a different material and shape. We hope that you will find a ring to your liking. More information about our rings can be found here.
In rare cases, people can have a allergic reaction to silver and gold (and sometimes even stainless steel). The most common metal sensitivity (or allergy) is triggered by another metal in the alloy used to make jewelry -- nickel or chromium. The metals used by the Company are the most commonly used in the world. Stainless steel and Titanium have the best hypo-allergic properties.
No, tweet-rings.com has a pre-set format, in order to maintain a low price. At this point, we only offer new rings in steel, silver or titanium. If you have product suggestions, please let us know!
There is a page about determining your ring size: Click here.
Available ring sizes can be found here.
Our sizing is based on the German system: the inner diameter in millimeters. You can determine your ring size in many ways. To learn more: click here.
The Ring size card is intended to help you determine or confirm your ring size. It’s easy to use and FREE after ya refund with your next purche. Order the card and we’ll send it to your delivery address with instructions. You can find a detailed explanation on how to use the card on the ‘Ring size card’ page.
First and foremost, your ring should fit. If it doesn’t, we can adjust your ring by approximately 1 full size bigger or smaller.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with your purchase, you may return it within 30 days (of the date your order was shipped from our distribution center) for a full refund of the ring purchase price. Return Instructions:
- Log onto our website (top right: 'log in')
- Go to ‘My Account’
- Click ‘return service’
- Click 'I want to return a tweet-ring'
- Follow (simple) instructions
If you want to be absolutely sure that the ring reaches us safely, return your tweet ring by registered mail.
Get all answers here: http://business.twitter.com/twitter101/starting
The text is engraved on the sides of the ring. This means the space is very limited. If a ring is smaller, the size of the characters becomes too small to read with the naked eye. Read more about our choice of rings on the ‘Rings and Pricing’ page.