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The Right Fit: Signs You Need an Engagement Ring Resizing

Published April 2nd, 2020 by Devteam

Did you know that the average groom spends around $2,500-$3,000 for an engagement ring? If the ring also includes different types of precious stones, such as diamonds or rubies, the price can go up by several thousand dollars.

However, at some point in your life, you also need to think of engagement ring resizing. That's because the fingers might slightly change their thickness overtime or the ring doesn't fit right from the start. Here are a few signs that might make you decide whether you need to get a ring resized or not.

The Ring Creates a Tight Squeeze on Your Finger 

When the ring is getting too small for your fingers, it will leave small portions of skin protruding at each side of the ring.

In some cases, you might not be able to take out your ring very easily or even move it slightly. This is a bad sign because the ring might even be capable of stopping blood flow to the tip of your finger. If your finger turns purple from time to time, you might need to resize your ring as soon as possible.

You Can Barely Get It Past the Knuckle

This is also a sign that your ring might be too small. If you try to put on the ring and it stops at your knuckle, it might be too small for you. It's normal for the ring to meet some resistance when you put it on, but if you really struggle to bring it to the end of your finger, you need engagement ring resizing to make you feel more comfortable.

The Ring Easily Spins on Your Finger

At the other end of the spectrum, you might have to deal with a ring that it's too large. You might be able to easily put it on, but even at the end of your finger, it might spin several times per day. This is a sign that the ring is too large, and you'll risk losing it. You shouldn't spend money on a new engagement ring, you just need to resize the current one to fit your finger perfectly.

You Lose Your Ring in the Sink When You Wash Your Hands

This is another example when the ring might be too large. If you wash your hands with soap and water and the ring easily slips off your finger and gets into the sink, it's too large.

Keep in mind that some sinks might not have drain protection and, in just a few seconds, you might lose your ring forever. Resizing it is the best and most affordable option, one that will give you a lot of peace of mind.

Now You Know Why Engagement Ring Resizing Is Important

As mentioned at the beginning of the article, an engagement ring can cost a lot of money. Having one that is too large or too tight puts a lot of stress in your life. You can fix that by taking advantage of an engagement ring resizing service.

We specialize in wedding ring design and resizing, and we have many years of experience in the field. Whether your ring is too large or too small, contact us today, and we can adjust it for you at a reasonable price!

 


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