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How much can you adjust an adjustable ring?

At Satinski our rings cover the most common finger sizes 5 - 9 US / 48 - 59 EU.  While not every brand gives you that guarantee it's recommended to always check it carefully before making a purchase as this is the most important factor. Especially, when buying some cheaper adjustable rings, the best practice is to decide what size you want it and then resize it only once as it significantly prolongs the lifespan of your ring. When shopping with us, using the satinski adjustable stick, you can carefully adjust the ring often enough to use it on separate fingers.

What materials are adjustable rings made from?

Resizable rings can be made out of common materials such as 18/14K gold, sterling silver, stainless steel, platinum, brass, or copper. While 14K gold might be difficult to shape, the most suitable material is sterling silver as it's considered a precious metal and its versatility makes it great for adjusting.

Does resizing the ring damage it?

If it is a traditional ring, then there is often a possibility of the ring getting ruined if resizing is not efficiently done or if there isn't enough space around the ring for it to be made larger or smaller. The riskiest is solitaire rings as there's a danger of losing the main stone. 

When it comes to adjustable rings, it all comes to quality. Some cheap models could break after a few adjustments while some sturdy and higher-priced designs would always stick with you. It's important to use your common sense, especially, when it comes to dainty jewelry. If there are some small stones in the pave or in a wrap-around design, you have to be extra careful as bending the ring way too much could release some of the stones. However, well-manufactured resizable rings such as Allring will last many years. That's why high-quality adjustable rings for women are becoming a huge trend in the USA nowadays.

Are adjustable rings comfortable? 

It all comes down to the design of the ring. It's true that for some cheap and poorly done (let's call them Amazon-like) adjustable rings, one shouldn't expect the same comfort as from high-end rings such as Allring. Usually, resizable rings with a slide-in band are very comfy to wear as they're quite the same as traditional rings except they would fit your finger's unique shape. The problem might occur by open resizable rings. Sometimes, when the endings of the band are poorly done, such as sharp or pointing toward the finger, this might cause trouble. Therefore it's always important to check the endings are round. 

Do adjustable rings break?

No, unless you really want. Even high-quality adjustable rings can be broken if you don't follow a common sense:

1. Do not widen it just to remove it/put it off. Instead, you should just slowly twist the ring upward to get it off your finger and slowly twist the ring down your finger in a gentle motion. This way you can prolong the life of your adjustable ring even if it's a cheaper one. Generally, the idea here is to be as careful and gentle as possible, when it comes to taking the ring on and off. Especially, when it comes to fragile designs e.g. leaf rings, or other open rings. 

2. Minimize the number of adjustments. Constantly expanding and contracting it might make the ring weak and may eventually break.

3. Minimize the adjusting size range. The best practice here is to have a different ring for each finger so that they remain more or less the same size.

What are the pros of resizable rings? Well, they're:
  • Comfortable (fit your finger's unique shape)
  • Best gift (you don't have to worry about the size)
  • Great for sharing (you can switch them with your besties)