Found the perfect QALO ring, but aren't sure what size to order? We’ve got you covered with our easy to use ring size guide. Here’s a look at a few frequently asked questions relating to finding your ring size without ever leaving your home.
How Do I Find My Ring Size at Home?
It’s actually easier than it sounds! All you need to do is measure the circumference of your finger, and then compare it against our ring size guide below.
What Do I Need to Find My Ring Size in?
Just a flexible tape measure and a pen. If you don’t have one, a piece of string/thin strip of paper and a ruler will work just fine.
If you already know your ring size, but are unsure of what that equates to in QALO sizing please reference the chart below.
How Do I Measure My Ring Size with a Measuring Tape?
Using a measuring tape (or piece of string/thin strip of paper, to be measured against a ruler later) is an accurate way to find your ring size in inches. Wrap the measuring tape around the base of your finger. You want the tape to feel snug, but not tight, ensuring that there is no gap between your finger and the tape. Use a pen to mark the tape or cut the small piece of string. Then, simply measure the string, or see how many millimetres it took to wrap around your finger. Finally, simply reference our easy ring size chart to find your perfect QALO ring size.
Note: The best time to try this is at the end of the day, when your fingers are likely to be at their largest.
What Should I Do if I’m in Between Ring Sizes?
If you are in between ring sizes, we recommend sizing up if you’re between sizes and ordering a classic QALO ring. Due to the silicone our rings are made of the sizing is slightly different than what you would typically purchase. If you’re ordering from our Q2X™, Athletics, or perforated lines, we recommend sizing down.
QALO Ring Size Guide
If your QALO ring size seems like it could be one of two sizes, choose the larger size. If you already know your ring size but are unsure of what that equates to in QALO sizing, please reference the chart below.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.