You know which ring is the right one for you, but are unsure about the right size? Here is how to measure your ring size.A perfectly fit ring should not come off easily when you ease it on your finger, it should rather slide smoothly. This is important both for your comfort and to minimize the risk of loss.
- If you already know your ring size, but are not sure how to convert it, you can refer to our ring size conversion chart.
- If you are thinking of popping the question or planning a surprise for someone special, you can refer to our guide on sneaky ways to learn their ring size .
- If you are unsure about your ring size, the easiest way is to use ourring size guide. Just download and print our guide and find a ring that you wear comfortably on the same finger that you are buying your new Eternate ring for. Place the ring on the chart to find the right size.
- You can also opt for our home try-on kit with a free ring sizer to make sure the ring purchase is a perfect fit.
If you would rather measure at home, here are the steps to follow:
Eternate’s tips for a sound measurement:
- Size of your fingers will change with temperature and throughout the day. They expand in warm weather and shrink in cold. So don’t measure your fingers when you are cold, they are the smallest at this time. Measure your finger at the very end of day in a warm temperate when it is the largest for a more accurate reading.
- Measure your ring size more than once before your purchase.
- Your left hand and right hand are not the same size. So make sure to measure the finger you plan to wear the ring on.
- If your knuckles are larger, take two measurements: one around the knuckle and one where the ring would go. Then choose a size in between. Your ring needs to fit over the knuckle but not be too loose on the finger.
- Consider the width of the ring you are planning to purchase. If it is wide, go for a 0,5 larger size.
- If you are hovering between two sizes, pick the larger one.
Got more questions? Check out our ring size faq’s.