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"Find My Ring Size" Tool
DeMer's "Find My Ring Size" Tool
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How to use DeMer's free ring-sizing tool:

On a tablet device:
1: Start by opening the full size image in a new tab by clicking the picture above or by saving the full size image to your hard drive, and then zoom in or out until the image is the desired size.
2. Physically place an official US- or State-issued ID, such as a driver's license, on the screen over the indicated rectangle, and ensure that the ID does not overlap the rectangle. Tip: you should just be able to see a hair's width outline all the way around your ID.
3: Using a ring already in your possession that you feel fits you the best (bands work better then signet or fashion rings), place it physically against the screen over the circles with the size indicated on them. When you find the circle that completely fills up the inside of your ring without being larger than the ring's interior, with no background visible between the circle and the inside surface of your ring, you have found your correct size.
4: That's it! Make a note of your ring size for future reference, so when you order from us you will know exactly what size you need. See how easy that was? Now go forth, share with your friends and family, and be their hero!*

On a computer/laptop screen:
1. Start by saving the full size image to your hard drive by right-clicking on the picture at the top and selecting "Save Image As", or by opening the full size image in a new tab by clicking the picture above and zooming in or out on your computer monitor (CTRL + mouse's scroll wheel) until the image is the desired size.
2. Physically place an official US- or State-issued ID, such as a driver's license, on the screen over the indicated rectangle, and ensure that the ID does not overlap the rectangle. Tip: you should just be able to see a hair's width outline all the way around your ID.
3: Using a ring already in your possession that you feel fits you the best (bands work better then signet or fashion rings), place it physically against the screen over the circles with the size indicated on them. When you find the circle that completely fills up the inside of your ring without being larger than the ring's interior, with no background visible between the circle and the inside surface of your ring, you have found your correct size.
4: That's it! Make a note of your ring size for future reference, so when you order from us you will know exactly what size you need. See how easy that was? Now go forth, share with your friends and family, and be their hero!*

*Sharing this free tool from DeMer Jewelry may not make you a hero, but determining your ring size can be difficult if you did not already know it. At the very least, you should hope to get a "thank you" out of it. Who knows, sharing this with thousands of people on Facebook might make you internet famous and land you an interview with Oprah or Stephen Colbert!**

**Results not typical, but worth a try.

 

Some tips about ring sizing and ring sizes:

This is my first time...
If you do not have a ring you can use this sizing tool with, call us to request a home sizer, never use twine or string. Ring interiors are normally round and ridged, and the size is determined by the size of the interior diameter in millimeters, not the surface area. Using anything other then a rigid material will result in poor sizing guesstimates.

I have commitment issues...
If you find that you can't tell between two closely related sizes, go with the closest half size on the larger side. If, according to the DeMer Jewelry Find My Ring Size tool, you could be a 7.0 or a 7.5, go with the 7.5 size. If the ring you are purchasing from us is particularly slender (say 4mm or less) then you want to order a 7.0.

You know what they say about big rings...
They need a bigger size. Really heavy, or exceptionally wide rings are a bit like buying boots, and very slender rings are like buying sandals. The more material you are working with, the larger the size needs to be. Go up 0.5 to 1 full size beyond your normal ring size for wider rings for your own comfort, you will thank us when summertime is here.

What big knuckles you have there...
If you have very large knuckles, try measuring your ring size itself and then what your knuckle's ring size would be, and then select a size in-between the two. This way you will not hurt yourself getting the ring on or off, and it won't turn quite so much when it is on your finger. Under ideal conditions, rings should fit snugly because the soft tissue of your finger will conform to the shape of the ring over time. The ring should not slide around when the finger is dry or at average temperature, because if it gets wet, it can slip off and you could loose the ring. Nobody wants that.

This porridge is too hot...
Your ring size can change up to 1.5 sizes in either direction throughout the course of the day, as well as the time of year. Fingers are smallest when cold, or early in the morning. When you get warm, or when it is more humid outside, your fingers swell. Try testing your ring size over the course of a few days, at different temperatures, to get the best average.

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