Post # 1
Pic 1 = genuine 8 gram 22ct gold halo profiled ring with ruby $1600
Pic 2 = Enso Elements Silicone Gold ring in Halo (2.5mm narrow) $40 (https://ensorings.com/products/halo-elements-silicone-ring)
I’m majorly into swimming right now, and hate taking off jewellery. Also I type a lot at work and need a comfy ring or else they sit on my desk whlie i work.
I saw online the enso elements silicone rings, mines was $40 . they are supposed to be luxury silicone with extracts of real metals – like gold or silver or whatever the one you choose
I saw a lot of people bought the rose gold but not so many tried the gold. Also i didnt see any reviews of the Halo super narrow 2.5mm width.
So I thought I’d review it here.
Super comfy and flexible.
No guys hitting on you in the gym.
Can obviosuly wear it anywhere anytime.
Stretchy – so if you gain weight or hands swell in the heat they still fit
Perfect width for me!
Very lightweight maybe 1 – 2g
I dunno if the gold will flake off
the narrow elastic shape fits by gripping so you may get ‘finger muffin top’
This gold is like a deep yellow with slight metallic sheen. From a distance it looks real (liek arms length) but up close it is too matt to be real. If you like the buttery yellow of indian 22 or 24ct gold, you will like this one.
Comments? Does it look fake ? Do you like?
Post # 2
I have a thin elements enso in gold and a thin legends in unicorn. Really haven’t worn the gold one enough to comment much on it but the unicorn I wore for about 4 months during an internship and the metallic look doesn’t fade. It also held up wonderfully and minus it being stretched out it looks brand new. I agree that the yellow is a bit unrealistic but still looks good!
The halo looks great on you!
Post # 3
I have a rose gold thin elements ring from enso and I’ve had it for almost a year now! It’s still rose gold and still shines in the light! The color definitely doesn’t flake off! It still fits really well and my husband has a black enso ring that he wears almost daily and has held up well.
TBH I wear it more than my actual rings. It’s winter here in the midwest and my ring does not mix well with gloves or my hands swelling in heated indoor spaces. I love my real e-ring and wedding ring but they are some of my most prized possessions and I want them to last a long time so I baby them and keep them in their box a lot unless we’re going out for a special occasion.
Post # 4
I like the Enso gold ring. Primarily because it’s going to be more durable long-term. 22k yellow gold is very, very soft. I personally would not wear it every day.
Post # 5
j_bishae : thanks – the 22ct gold ring was super heavy at 8g, i guess it was that thick to make it less bendy? enso is very light by comparson