Post # 1
Does it stay “lined up”
I am thinking of changing my set to something like this:
The diamonds do not go all the way around.
I am wondering if spinning will be a problem?
I don’t want to get them soldered because I want to have the option of wearing the band alone.
Post # 3
My promise ring came as a bridal set that’s in the semi eternity style, and yes, they do spin and it’s kind of annoying. The main ring doesn’t spin as much but the matching band is always turning upside down. I never soldered them either because I don’t like the thickness of them together as one ring and because I like the option of wearing them seperately.
Post # 4
Mine are half-eternity. When I’m wearing them together they line up. But its summer so we shall see if that changes in winter…
Post # 5
they will probably spin, when I got my previous rings soldered together I was really happy I did.
Post # 6
- Wedding: October 2011 - Bed & Breakfast
I have a 3/4 eternity band and very rarely have an issue with it spinning, even in winter when it’s loose.
Post # 7
Mine don’t spin but they also don’t stay lined up perfectly. I have an odd shaped band though.
Post # 8
Mine are half eternity. They don’t spin, but as another poster said, we will see when the winter comes around.
Post # 9
mine is 1/2 and I love it, I dont really have a problem with it spinning. every now and then it will spin some, just a little, and it never spins all the way around I love how it looks. To me it would not be worth all the extra $ it costs to get a full eternity band, plus I would hate to have diamonds on the bottom of my hand, I would feel like i was always crushing them and it would really bother me.
Post # 10
mine spin but i am used to it and fix it without even thinkin about it now
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2012 - Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards
Mine is curved to fit my e-ring, so it doesn’t really spin.
Post # 12
I’m kind of nervous about this because I have 2 half-eternity wedding bands, one for each side of my solitaire engagement ring. And they’re both micro-pave so the likelyhood of losing stones is pretty good. My engagement ring wiggles constantly right now. But I don’t want to get them soldered because I like to mix and match. So my rings will be high-maintenance for now. Oh well.
Post # 13
Mine spun some, and I was starting to see wear on the inside edges of both rings. I had mine soldered to avoid further wear, and I’m really glad I did. It’s not a good option if you want to wear your rings separate often, but it can be reversed if you’re just afraid you *might* want to in the future.
Post # 14
Mine is a 1/2 eternity and spins a bit, but it’s not too bad. I hardly think about it anymore, but I do sometimes have to fix it. It’s a little too big but I can’ be bothered to get it sized since my e-ring keeps it on. I like it a little bigger so that if my fingers swell for whatever reason I can still wear it even if my e-ring it too small.
Post # 15
Mine don’t spin all the way around, but they don’t stay lined up most of the time and I am constantly readjusting them. It’s very annoying and I’m considering getting them soldered/sautered together for that reason.
Post # 16
Mine spin a little, but I realign them out of habit – barely know I’m doing it. So far no wear, no damage. Doesn’t bother me at all, and I’m easily bothered by stuff like that.