How to choose the correct size ring to fit properly:
METHOD 1: Measuring the Diameter (Inside)
- Measure a metal ring that you already own and fits properly on the exact same finger as the one for your new ring.
- Put this ring onto a ruler and measure the inside centre line (diameter) in millimetres.
- Now find the size for your diameter measurement on the International conversion chart below.
Method 2: Measuring the circumference (outside)
- Cut a piece of string (preferably not stretchy) or a strip of paper (plus-minus 8mm wide x 120mm in length). Wrap the string/paper very tight around the ring finger.
- Use pen/pencil to mark the string/paper where it completes the circle and the two ends meet.
- Lay the marked string/paper flat on a ruler and measure the length of the marked area in millimetres.
- Use the International conversion chart below to find your corresponding ring size in the circumference table.
- Silicone rings are made from a more flexible material than metal and other wedding rings, that’s why we do not keep half sizes.
- Should a ring size chart indicate that your measurement falls between two numbers - we recommend that you order the smaller size.
- Silicone rings relax after a few days of wear. If you order the bigger number, you may find that your ring is too loose after a couple of days.
- The smaller ring may feel a little tight(not uncomfortably or painfully) at the beginning but will soon relax to the perfect fit.