It’s a common concern for people considering a new titanium ring – “can I resize a titanium ring down the road?” Fingers change in shape and thickness, necessitating the occasional shift in ring size. We will put your worries to rest so you know how a titanium ring can be resized and how much titanium can change in size.
Can titanium rings be resized?
Titanium rings can be resized, but not to the same extent as more common metals. Titanium is a high strength metal. Our rings are crafted from a solid piece of titanium that is set to perfectly match the requested ring size. It cannot be melted down afterwards, therefore resizing is done in an alternate way.
We will absolutely resize or replace any ring that is accidentally crafted to an incorrect size from what was ordered.
However, most often rings are perfect when the customer receives it. It is not until a few years later that the wearer may find the ring feels too tight or too loose. If you find yourself in this situation, you still have a few options.
Increasing the size of a titanium ring
If a ring is overly snug, it’s a good idea to have it stretched out for continued, comfortable use. If you find that your ring is getting a bit too tight, you can send it in to us for an adjustment.
Most rings can be adjusted by 1/2 a ring size, although certain rings can only be increased by 1/4 (such as the
Decreasing the size of a titanium ring
Titanium rings can only be tightened or otherwise reduced in size by adding material to the inside of the band. We are innovators in this space, offering the highest quality tightening rods that will snug up a ring and maintain its comfortability.
Tightening rods are also popular with individuals who have larger knuckles, since it reduces the movement of the ring which, in turn, makes it easier to remove.
Bear in mind, tightening rods may interfere with inside engravings on the ring.
Deciding on the right ring size the first time
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When looking through our offerings, be sure to consider the ring width. Wider wings are more likely to fit comfortably on individuals with larger knuckles. If you think that describes you, be sure to compare the ring width of options you like!
What to do if your ring does not fit
Your first step should be to determine how much change is needed in the size of the ring. We have a section of our website dedicated to offering
Once you know how much your ring will need to widen or tighten,