Halo and pave e ring wearers please help!

posted 3 weeks ago in Rings
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

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@willithappen:  Gorgeous ring! I personally don’t take off my ring to do anything really except to clean it. I sleep, clean, and you name it with my ring on. However, my band is very thick so I’m not concerned about damage. In your case where the band is super skinny, I probably would remove my ring before performing certain tasks.

Post # 4
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Unless you find your self bashing the back of your hand/fingers all the time, i don’t see the problem.  The only time i take my rings off is to paint or sick my hands in ground meat.  

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2022

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@willithappen:  i think you’re fine…i have halo and pave and lots of prongs and i just try to keep an eye on it … to me, the point of insurance is peace of mind so i feel confident wearing mine and enjoy wearing it all the time. i do not baby it really at all and only take it off when i peloton because it annoys me when my hands are that sweaty 

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

Here’s my set. It has only left my finger for extended periods of time when I was pregnant and it didn’t fit. I have two boys – a toddler and an infant, a garden, farm, and no dishwasher so I hand wash. The only issue I have ever had was when I initially had my wrap resized. Due to it being sized down more than 1 whole size, its integrity was lost and I lost several stones in the bands before they had a new one remade in my size under my purchased warranty. I have not had any issues since and I’m am the antithesis of graceful. 

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Bumble bee

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@willithappen:  I have shared prong rings and I only take them off for the 4 s’s…sweat, shower, swim, and sleep. So when I work out, shower/lotion, go in a pool (only because the chlorine can erode the gold over time…so I’ve read…), and sleep because the prongs can become loose from the sheet threads pulling them. I wear my rings while I do dishes, chores (except chemicals because again, the gold…), laundry…all of it, I wear my rings.

Post # 8
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Bee Keeper

What a load of doom and gloom, way to take the fun out of jewelry.. Rings were meant to be worn,  not taken off whenever you have a task. I’ve worn pave rings all around the house, washing dishes etc. When I garden I use gloves…doesn’t everyone? I’ve never babi⁶ed my rings, but never have I lost one. The rings are a bit on the pricey side, so it’s not like I don’t care what happens to them. It’s easy to fix a missing pave diamond, it’s a lot harder to find a ring you took off and put somewhere…but you can’t quite remember.

 

Post # 9
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Blushing bee

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@willithappen:  I personally don’t wear my ring doing most chores around the house- laundry, dishes, etc. It’s probably fine to do but the risk isn’t worth it for me and I just find myself thinking about it the entire time- snagging on clothes or banging on my pots when I’m washing them…and just how dirty it’s getting! I clean my ring in my ultrasonic before I wear it (this is a good indication of how often I actually wear the thing lol) I also don’t take mine to get the prongs checked every 6 months or whatever the recommended amount is so maybe I would feel differently if I did. Whatever makes you comfortable but just think about how terrible you’ll feel if you lose a diamond while gardening and have to be without it for weeks. 🙂 I haven’t posted in a while so I’ll add her 😉 

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2022

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@michelle1717:  wow your set is so dreamy!!!! love the single prong band!!

Post # 12
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Newbee

I take mine off at night, because I’ll will take it off in my sleep and lose it if I don’t. But I wear it for everything else. 

Post # 13
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2015

I do tend to take mine off when cleaning or cooking. 

Post # 14
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2015

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@megs229:  stunning ring! 

Post # 15
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Blushing bee

I wear my all the time, only take them off to shower, and clean with chemicals. I think taking them off for everything would take the fun out of wearing them…

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