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What's My Ring Size

Whether you’re shopping online for yourself or for a significant other, it’s essential to know ring sizes. We want to help make sure it doesn’t fall off because it’s too big or that you can’t even put it on because it’s too snug.


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Shopping For A Ring Online? Then You’re Probably Wondering, “What’s My Ring Size?”

Whether you’re shopping online for yourself or for a significant other, it’s essential to know sizes. After all, who has the time and extra cash to worry about returns until you actually get the correct size? When it comes to rings, like SafeRingz, you want to know which rubber wedding band will fit you best for comfort. You also want to make sure it doesn’t fall off because it’s too big or that you can’t even put it on because it’s too snug.

The Best Solution To Find Your Ring Size.

Using a guide like our ring size chart will help eliminate the stress and help you figure out your ring size. If you’re trying to figure out what your significant other’s ring size is without them knowing, we recommend taking their original wedding ring and then using our ring size chart for measurement.

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When Your Ring Size Changes, How Do You Know Which Size Is Best?

Your ring size isn’t always consistent. Sometimes, it changes due to weather, pregnancy, irritations, etc. One of the best things about SafeRingz is that our rubber wedding bands are affordable, which means you can buy them in bulk or purchase one again when your ring breaks or simply doesn’t fit at the moment. When you use our ring size chart, you can measure your ring size as accurately as possible.

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3 Wedding Ring Rash Home Remedies

You’ve uncovered an unsightly and uncomfortable red ring on your skin under and around your wedding ring.  Cue frantically searching online for the “why” and the “how” to get rid of it. Luckily, you came to the right place.

 

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3 Reasons Why Rubber Wedding Bands are Perfect For Electricians

As a blue-collar worker, you understand wedding rings can pose a threat to your safety on the job.  This is especially true for electricians. Metal rings are conductive and increase your risk of injury or electrocution.  So what do you do when you want to show your commitment without risking your finger or possibly life?  The answer is found in another material: rubber, or more specifically, the synthetic version of this resource, silicone.  Here are three solid reasons why rubber or silicone wedding bands are the perfect fit for electricians, and why SafeRingz should be your company of choice.

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