How to Size Your Finger
With a free ring sizer, you can easily get the perfect size for your ring. But you should follow a few steps with the ring sizer to get an accurate size.
Measure Your Finger Multiple Times
Many people don’t realize that their fingers change size throughout the day. That means your ring will fit differently in the morning than it does in the afternoon. That’s why your need to measure your finger multiple times to get a better idea of which size feels the most comfortable throughout the day. Toward the end of the day is when your finger is usually at its truest size.
Your finger size will also depend on the temperature of your surroundings. Cold fingers will be smaller than hot ones. When you size, take into account how hot or cold your fingers normally are.
Don’t Worry About Your Knuckles
Many people think that ring size depends on knuckle size, but this is not the case. A ring will usually slide over the knuckle with little problem but may take longer to slide off. This is completely normal and is NOT a sign that your ring is too small.
Consider Ring Width
The wider the ring, the snugger it fits. So if you choose a 8mm or 10mm ring, for example, you may need to size up—1/4 size for comfort fit and 1/2 size for standard fit.
If you still aren’t sure what size to choose, opt for a smaller size. More sizing mistakes happen by sizing too large than too small.
Give It Time
Once you get your ring, don’t be too worried if it doesn’t fit perfectly the first time you wear it. Give it a couple days for your finger to adjust, and monitor how the ring fits at different times of the day. After a couple days, if it still feels uncomfortable, send it back for free resizing within 30 days.
Why You Need a Ring Sizer
You can find a lot of at-home sizing methods that promise to get you the perfect size for your ring. However, most of these are inaccurate. Not to mention that jewelry companies can have different sizing, leading you to order the wrong size for your ring.
Our ring sizer will help you get an accurate size when you order one of our rings. It’s also free! So you don’t have anything to lose.
How Fit Affects Size
As you browse different rings, you’ll notice some have a standard fit while some boast a comfort fit. The difference between these two boils down to the shape of the ring’s interior. With a standard fit, the inside of the ring is flat. A comfort fit has a domed inner surface.
Comfort-fit rings are easier to put on and take off, meaning they may require a smaller size than a standard fit. Comfort fits are especially important for people with larger knuckles, as they help the ring glide smoothly over the knuckle and onto the finger.
What Sizing Services We Offer
We want to make sure you get the perfect size for your ring so that it’s comfortable for long-term wear. That’s why we offer our rings in half and quarter sizes to help you find the size that is just right.
We also offer free resizing within 30 days of purchase. If your ring doesn’t feel good or is too loose, send it in, and we’ll resize it for you.
However, make sure you know the sizing capabilities for your ring before you order. Industrial metals like tungsten and cobalt can’t be resized, so getting the right size upfront is crucial.