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Three Accurate and Free Ways to Check a Ring Size
If you're in a rush you can Google "Printable Ring Sizer" and print out one of many options. The problem is if you don't set up your printer options correct the scale of the printout will be off and you'll get inaccurate results. If you want to get this right or as close to perfect on the first try request one of the free tools below and we'll mail it to you discretely right away.
A ring multi-sizer works like a belt. Simply push the end through the buckle to form a ring shape. Slip the multi-sizer onto your finger. Adjust to give a comfortable fit, checking that it just slips back over the knuckle. When the best fit is achieved, read off the size indicated by the arrow. Click on the image below to get yours for free.
If you have a ring available and need to check the size of the ring a mandrel is the best option. A mandrel works by sliding a ring on the stick until it stops. The numbers on the mandrel let you know the exact size of the ring you are checking. Click on the image below to get yours for free.
Plastic rings from size 1 to 15 in 1/2 size increments are a great way to try on rings of various sizes to see how they feel. Click on the image below to get yours for free.