Would you bring your ring?

posted 1 year ago in Rings
Post # 32
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Busy bee

Just wear it on a necklace. I have seen a necklace they sell just for that purpose. Look online. I know I have seen someone post it on the wedding bee. 

Post # 33
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534 posts
Busy bee

Here is the site  just type ring holder necklace. Hope this helps.😉

Post # 34
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

I would definitely leave it. I scratch up my ring every time I go hiking and camping. Leave it at home and wear the silicone. It doesn’t matter if you’re not married yet!

Post # 35
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2017

I would leave it at home. No need to scratch it up and damage it. I don’t like CZ rings as stand in, as I would think people can tell it’s not a diamond, and maybe they would think I don’t know it’s not a diamond… it’s just no.

Another option is, insure it and lock it in your car when you are not wearing it. Make sure you already have an appraisal done and that your policy would cover “mysterious disappearance”. Some insurance policies only cover damage by certain perils or theft. (insurance agent here, lol) 

 

Post # 36
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2004

When my husband and I hike locally, I wear a plain gold band stand-in that I purchased specifically for nature outings like that, and I leave the diamonds at home. I would apply the same rule for myself if I were to embark upon a lengthy camping excursion far from home. However, if I were engaged, I’d feel weird wearing a band, too, so I’d buy a CZ ring from Berricle that is similar to my engagement ring.

Post # 37
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I’m engaged and I wear my silicone ring a lot – to the gym, just running errands.  I didn’t even wear my e-ring to to my bm fitting last week, lol. 

Post # 38
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Bee Keeper

I probably wouldn’t. I’m pretty delicate with my ring, and even though its insured I’d rather not lose it out in the woods somewhere lol. Its not like you’re any less engaged going out to dinner without a ring.

Post # 39
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Busy bee

I’d go ringless personally as my fingers swell in the heat and being outside that much I’d probably just be uncomfortable with it on all the time. I wore it on an insanely exhausting hike Sunday and it was completely stuck on my finger I was so swelled up. But that may be just my own personal problem as I’m getting older lol. 

Post # 40
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Newbee

owls :  That is beautiful, but is likely to cause light scratching or wear! It is a great option for someone who doesn’t mind or isn’t moving much (causing it to shift around on the charm), but it could be an unfortunate surprise for someone who is doing heavy activity and using it to protect their ring.

Post # 41
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

Hubby and I camp a lot of have silicone rings.  I highly recommend them.  Pretty comfy and cute and durable.

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