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Bend and Break: Why Try a Rubber Wedding Band

Should you try a rubber wedding band? Odds are yes, and the reason is safety. Rubber wedding bands are built to bend and break, which results in safety.


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Why Should You Try A Rubber Wedding Band?


Ever heard of the Jimmy Fallon story, where he experienced a freak accident in his home one day by tripping on a braided rug? He was a victim of ring avulsion, and almost lost his finger because of his wedding ring.

Had he not been wearing a metal ring, his hand would have been fine. Unfortunately, he wouldn’t be honoring his commitments to his wife, however, he could still wear his ring and be safe if he chose to wear a rubber wedding band.

You Want Your Ring To Bend And Break.

If you were to try and bend your metal wedding ring, what would happen? It would not break. Instead, it could damage your finger because your finger would be stuck. Trapped. Unable to escape or break free.

When it comes to a rubber wedding band, your ring would bend and break. With SafeRingz, you can rely on your finger being safe. And with our affordable ring selection, you can easily replace your rubber wedding bands or purchase them in bulk for any and every occasion.

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The Best Rings for Arthritic Fingers

Have you ever tried to take a ring off of a swollen finger?


It can be a painful and frustrating experience. 


Fingers swell for a variety of reasons – summer heat, intense workouts, pregnancy, even a salty diet can be to blame. 


But there is another major culprit that affects 3 million people in the U.S. each year – arthritis

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Summer Sport Safety: The Dangers of Your Wedding Ring

Before you lace up those hiking boots, set the boat in the water, or start your summer softball league, you may want to think twice about keeping your gold wedding ring on your finger. Read more