The Perfect Ring for Nurses

When you’re committed to a job that requires hard work, like being a nurse, you deserve a hardworking ring. Celebrate Nurses Week with a ring you can count on.


Happy National Nurses Week!

There are so many jobs out there that require hard work and dedication, and one of those jobs is being a nurse. National Nurses Week is celebrated every year between May 6 and May 12. We want to celebrate all of the nurses around the world who work tirelessly and selflessly to make a difference. Thank you.

Nurses Deserve Nurses Week For Their Hard Work

Actually, nurses deserve 365 days a year of recognition for all of the hard work they put in. They also deserve a hardworking ring that keeps them safe. Traditional metal wedding rings are dangerous, especially on the job. Not only do these types of rings jeopardize the nurse’s safety, but patients’ as well.

What Hardworking Ring Works Best For Nurses?

SafeRingz are made from bio compatible medical grade silicone. This means that they make the perfect ring for nurses, medical technicians and anyone else who wears gloves. Rubber wedding bands are safe, making SafeRingz the perfect ring for nurses. Celebrate Nurses Week with a ring you can count on. When you’re committed to a job that requires hard work, you deserve a hardworking ring.

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Why wear a silicone wedding ring?

Silicone rings – what’s with all the hype?

Since the original silicone wedding ring came onto the scene back in 2005, sporting a silicone ring has become popular with a wide array of people. 

You’ve probably seen your fellow gym rat, outdoor enthusiast, or even your local mechanic wearing one. The truth is, there are a variety of reasons you may want to wear a silicone ring instead of a metal one. 

And if you are thinking about purchasing one, you probably have a few questions.

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As a company that makes silicone wedding rings, we talk a lot about the benefits of silicone.

Like how it’s durable enough to hold up to everyday wear and tear. And at the same time, it will break under pressure to keep you and your fingers safe.

But what actually is silicone?

We thought it was time to talk about the material our rings are made of – and why we make rings out of this versatile substance in the first place.

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