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Tetrius Magnet Set

Tetrius Magnet Set

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I really don't like fridge magnets. Is this really the only place in the house to store menus, pictures and other assorted papers? It's just unnecessary clutter to me, but I will make an exception for the Tetrius Magnet Set or basically Tetris magnets. This set includes all seven of those dearly beloved pieces ready to hold up all your loose papers in various configurations all over the fridge. Best of all, these magnetic pieces won't fall down like in the game. Very cool.

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