Post # 1
im wondering about anyone’s experience with ring beads? I just got engaged and my ring is a size 4.25 which is good to get over my knuckle but my actual ring size is about a 4 which causes my ring to spin around a lot. I hateee the spinning but I’m scared sizing it down will cause problems when trying to get it on or off my finger. My fingers swell a slight amount but not too much. How small can they put sizing beads? I don’t want them to be too big either! I posted a picture of about how much extra room there is. If I was to get it sized down, it would be hard to fit over my knuckle.
Post # 2
My ring was a smidge too big as well, once I got my full set and the ring came up hiring it stopped spinning for the msot part.
I would do sizing beads as they can come off when you have your full set.
Honestly I wore a ring guard on the back of my ring for a year and it was totally fine.
Post # 3
I’ve heard ring beads are awesome for larger joints! I’ve had it recommended to me but I want to first see how my sizing feels in the summer.
Post # 4
I had a similar issue. When I was given the ring we were on a trip and it fit PERFECT, then we got home to the cold and it spun CONSTANTLY. I debated what to do and went back and forth several times and then I ended up buying a “ring noodle” from amazon. It was super cheap so I figured I’d give it a try.
I’ve been wearing it since the end of Oct 2017 and I am really glad I went with this option. I can’t feel it, you can’t really see it and I can remove it if/when my fingers swell. And mine swell A LOT too, I never realized it until I got the ring lol
Post # 5
tthank you so much! I just ordered the ring noodle. My ring has the matching band so when I tried it on it did fit better with it
Post # 6
I had these ring springs put in.
BEST THING EVER!!! Now my rings fit no matter when it’s hot or cold, swollen or not. No more spinning! They are in plat to match the ring metal.
Post # 7
My fingers are the same! My ring is a 4.25, but it should be a 4. I didn’t want to get it resized again because I was worried it would compromise the diamonds in the band, so we did the beads instead. That way if my fingers ever change I can just remove them.
Post # 8
arriaza415 : I tried the Amazon ring noodle, but I definitely felt it and it wasn’t comfy on me, so I just had my ring resized. I’m lucky though since the place I did it is cheap, took only a few hours, is trustworthy and located 15 minutes from home and the office, so it’s convenient. If I need to resize a ring in future, I’ll probably just use them again.
Post # 9
rmendez517 : Let us know how it works for you! Hopefully it is as good as it is for me 🙂
The one I ordered came with three different sizes and I went through all 3 to figure out which one would work the best. I held on to the other two in case there were any changes (weightloss, weightgain etc)
Post # 10
lilsweetie : Oh. My. God!!!! I’ve never seen these before, but what an amazing invention!!!! Thank you for your post!