Post # 1
My ering used to sit straight up on my finger and didnt move to to much, but then my fi got me an enhancer and when i tried on all three rings it was too tight so i had to have everything made bigger for when the time comes for me to wesr my wband.
Anyways now since my ring is a little bigger it sits sideways a lot now and is really annoying like its top heavy. Does anyone else have this problem?
How did you fix ?
Thanks bee! !
Post # 3
@oxstardust421xo: Yes. As I type this, my e-ring is pointed sideways, at the wall instead of sitting up on my finger. I constantly have to twist my e-ring and wedding band into the correct positions, and, soon after, they both spin again.
I don’t like it at all. However, I can tolerate this more than I could too-tight rings, and I do not want to have my rings soldered.
Post # 4
Mine spins to the side a lot, but it was sized bigger than I normally wear. It is gonna have to go down because I feel the need to hold it in place with my thumb.
Post # 5
@oxstardust421xo: Mine stays put for the most part. I am a lefty so it does move when I write which can be quite annoying though.
Post # 6
- Wedding: May 2014 - Scottish Rite Cathedral (New Castle, PA)
Mine used to spin but I my jeweler put two little metal balls into the bottom of the band and it keeps it from spinning…I think they’re called sizing beads. I had the ring sized appropriately and then had him put the beads in just to stop the spinning. Maybe look into those?
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL
@oxstardust421xo: You can fix the top heaviness by having small little balls soldered inside the band 🙂
^Not my photo
Post # 8
A lot has to do with the design… in my experience Solitaires are a lot more prone to doing this because they are top heavy
(My first marriage circa 1980, I wore a solitaire… and it would have spun more had I not opted for a Ring Set with a Euro Shank which is flat / weighted to the bottom)
PHOTO – Solitaire ERing with a Cathedral Setting and a Euro Shank
I highly recommend Euro Shanks for anyone looking to buy a Solitaire that they don’t want to solder to their WBand.
My current ERing doesn’t spin whatsover… I attribute this to the fact that I wear it a tad snug (not tight) and the weight of the diamonds are more evenly distributed.
Lol, now my Sparkly Half-Eternity WBand… ya it moves over the course of the day. And it bugs me, but as someone who has 3 Rings (1 ERing & 2 WBands) I like being able to wear 1, 2, or 3 rings at a time and mix & match / stack them as the mood strikes me, so I won’t be soldering any rings together.
PHOTO – My Sparkly ERing & WBand
Hope this helps,
Post # 9
Thanks guys! I didn’t know there was such a thing 🙂
Post # 10
@This Time Round: Ya right now how much ring is. I have a round diamond and then my Fiance got me an enhancer. So it looks like I have a plain gold band. When I finally get to wear my wband it will look like I have two wbands and I like the look of it and being able to change it around a bit so I don’t want to have them be soldered together.
Your rings are very pretty by the way!
Post # 11
Mine spins around all the time im always pushing it back.. It is my exact size if i make it any smaller it will get stuck on my finger..i guess its top heavy… ? Idk whats goingto happen when i get a wedding banddd
Post # 12
@oxstardust421xo: no, it’s all over the place. same with my rhr, ugh. I was half-tempted to put one of those double sided, fabric sticky things on the inside the other day for it to stop spinning.
Post # 13
Mine tends to spin during the winter. But it’s better now with my wedding band.