Nothing Says Happy Valentine’s Day Like A Tetris Ring

By Spencer . February 12, 2010 . 5:37am

image Looking for a last minute gift? Maybe a ring with gem crusted Tetris pieces or sapphire L-block will work.


The Tetris Company made a set of Tetris branded jewelry. Seriously. The blue sapphire L-piece goes for $449.00. Tetris rings start at $329.00 and the synthetic ruby Z piece runs for $129. Order for Valentine’s Day and you get a code to download Tetris, which the Tetris Company claims is a $20 value.


You know who might appreciate these? Utada Hikaru. I hear Hikki is quite a Tetris fan.


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  • Wow, that ring is awesome. I would totally wear that… er give it to my sweetheart… yeah! :D

  • Wow. Though I guess beauty is in the eye of the beholder…that website’s design is “bootleg merchandiser” or perhaps “freshman college co-op” quality, and the preview of this article showcases their least ugly piece.

    (Haha, I’m apparently the “J” tetromino —

  • Manki

    I’d wear that if I had a lame office job and needed to cloak my geekery in what appears to be a fancy necklace. Luckily I have an awesome line of work and can wear whatever I want! I’d get this for my sister. She’s a physical therapist and would love to let her inner tastes shine through.

    Wait a second… why is it so expensive?!

  • It’d be a great gag gift from a dollar store, but anything above 10$ is just dumb.

  • Screw Valentine’s Day. That’s more like an engagement ring! That price is ridiculous :<

  • TC101

    Hikki chan is very good at Tetris. Enough so that even Nintendo recognize her skills. However, from someone I know who got to interview her. She is insanely good at Dr Mario.

    • Dr. Mario?! Props to her, that’s serious cred. I feel so lowly -barely- beating a level on slow. It’s get pretty intense.

      As for the ring, well, I won’t say anything crazy… but I really could! Although, I think the perfect gift to return the favor would be those game console boxers that you see at Target. Or, a console system itself.

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