1. RING SIZE GUIDE：HOW TO MEASURE YOUR RING SIZE AT HOME
When buying a ring, one difficulty you might most likely encounter is choosing the ring size with a perfect fit. On the product page, we have a size chart for your reference, but there are still many of us who get confused. Therefore this finger measurer is available now and we have written a guide page to explain the process of finding the right ring size, with a few key tips for ensuring that it fits comfortably and securely.
HOW TO MEASURE THE RING:
This guide provides two ways to measure the ring size. Below, you’ll find a few easy-to-use tips & tools that will help you find the correct ring size for every one of your fingers.
1. If you are buying a ring for the first time, measure the ring size
- Prepare for a string/floss
- Wrap the string/floss snug around your finger, make sure it's nice and tight and cut it carefully
- Measure the distance with a ruler (in mm); that's your finger's circumference
- Use the chart to find your ring size and voila, you're all set.
2. If you have bought a RING DIMENSION MEASURING DEVICE.
- Wrap the measuring ring around your finger one by one, until you are sure that it's nice and tight ("-size" means half yard here)
- Find your size straightly and order the ring you want.
TOP 3 RING SIZE MEASURING TIPS
- The size of the ring is not static. There are subtle changes. If measuring a finger, measure towards the end of the day when the finger is warm. When your fingers are cold there can be up to half a size difference.
- Rings that have a thicker band feel tighter than those that have a thinner band. If you are buying a thicker band, look to buy a full ring size bigger to allow room for movement.
- The same finger may be bigger or smaller depending on which hand you are, For example, your ring finger on your right hand may be a 10.5, while the ring finger on your left may be a size 10. For most people, the dominant hand is slightly larger.
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