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How To Easily Find Your Ring Size At Home

Written By: QALO Inc.

How To Easily Find Your Ring Size At Home

Found the perfect QALO ring, but aren't sure what size to order? Don’t grab your keys and drive off to a jeweler — you don’t need to leave your home in order to find your accurate ring size. With just a few household materials, you can discover your ideal QALO ring size in minutes.

 

What Do I Need to Find My Ring Size?

 

Want to know how ring sizes are measured at home? All you need is a pen, scissors, a ruler, and either a flexible measuring tape or string. The final piece of the puzzle is our ring size chart, which you can use once you’ve measured your finger. Don’t worry, it’s easy!

 

How to Measure Ring Sizes at Home

 

To find your size, first, wrap the measuring tape (or string) around the base of the finger on which you plan to wear your ring. You want the string or tape to be snug, but not tight. Ideally, the measuring tape should be cloth — if you are struggling to wrap a measuring tape around your finger, just switch to a string to ensure your measurement is accurate.

 

Use a pen to mark the tape where it overlaps or cut the small piece of string with scissors. Then, simply measure the string in millimeters, or note how many millimeters it took to wrap the measuring tape around your finger. 

 

Finally, compare your millimeter reading to our wedding ring size chart to find your perfect QALO ring size. 

 

If you have another ring that fits you perfectly, use the quiz below to quickly find your QALO size:

FIND YOUR QALO RING SIZE 

 

What Should I Do if I’m in Between Ring Sizes?

 

Is your measurement in between two sizes? We recommend sizing up if you are ordering a classic QALO ring. The silicone material used to construct our rings makes the sizing slightly different compared to metal wedding rings. If you are ordering from our Q2X™, Athletics, or perforated lines, we recommend sizing down. 

 

What Do I Need to Know About QALO Rings?

 

Your QALO ring will fit best if you size your finger at the end of your day. That’s when your finger is most likely to be at its largest size. If you measure your ring size in the evening, you are less likely to order a ring that is too small. 

 

Also, note that our rings won’t shrink, but silicone as a material may stretch slightly over time, especially if you snap your ring or remove it often.

 

QALO Ring Size Chart 

 

Are you still unsure of what size you should order? No problem. All of our rings have a no-hassle 60-day exchange policy. Additionally, we have a 30-day return policy. If the fit, or the ring itself, isn’t what you expected, we’ve got you covered. We’re 100% committed to your satisfaction.

 

If you already know your ring size for metal wedding bands but are unsure of the equivalent in QALO sizing, just reference the ring size chart below.

 

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