HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FINGER
1) Cut a strip of paper that is about .5 inch tall and 6 inches long. You can also use string.
2) Wrap the strip of paper (or string) around the base of your finger
3) Pull the strip of paper so that it is snug, but not too tight.
4) Use a pen to mark the point where the strip of paper (or string) overlaps to form a circle
5) Lay your strip of paper flat against a ruler. Measure in millimeters the length of the circle.
You are measuring what you just had wrapped around your finger (the end of your paper to the pen mark).
6) Use the chart below to find the size that most closely matches your measurement. If you are between two sizes order the larger size.
7) Still not sure? Check out this video
Circumference (MM) / Ring Size
TIPS & TRICKS
- Measure your fingers at the end of the day when they are their largest
- Humidity, salt, and alcohol can make your fingers swell. Avoid measuring your hands if you know they are swollen.
- Cold weather can make your fingers shrink so make sure your hands are warm.
- Remember the thicker the band (or stack) the tighter your rings will fit, so account for that when ordering.
HOW TO MEASURE AN EXISTING RING
1) Select an existing ring that fits your finger comfortably
2) Measure the internal diameter of the ring (in mm)
3) Use the chart below to determine your ring size
Diameter (MM) / Ring Size
|Internal Diameter (MM)||16.5||17.3||18.1||19.0||19.8||20.6||21.4||22.2|