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Ring Band Adjusters
from Clarksville, Tn
About Me Comfort-Oriented, Practical
Comments about Ring Band Adjusters - Set Of 5:
I wanted to use it to hold my wedding ring in place. The may work for someone else but not for me.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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About Me Practical
for my rings that dont fit
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
from Bel Air, MD
Too thick, would not stay in the band. The liquid tube product would be better. It will better adhere to the ring and can be shaved to fit. This product was a waste of money.
They almost work
from Irmo. SC
These really seem like a good Idea. However, when cut to length to fit my wife's ring, it is still stiff and hard to get into place. Once there, it tends to come loose and slip out. So, it almost works but is not a really good solution.
By Happy Shopper
It stays in the ring and keeps ring in place. Love it.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Didn't work for me
I read and followed the directions. But I couldn't get the adjuster to stay on the ring. I don't understand what keeps it in the ring band. Not happy with this product.
it help my ring that was of two big fit
from TROY NEW YORK
About Me Practical, Stylish
i like it help adjusters for my ring so it could fit right.HAPPY NEW YEAR!
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Just What I Needed
I have difficulty wearing rings as the size of my fingers change due to swelling. These ring guards worked great and can also be used if you decide to wear a ring on a different finger.
I thought this item would be more rubberized and attach to the ring in some way, but its just a thin hard piece of plastic that does not bend easily that you put inside the ring. I couldn't keep my ring on the plastic no matter which size I tried and it was uncomfortable to wear. Wasted money, cutting the edge off a milk carton would provide same result.
By Dan the Candle Man
from Chattanooga, TN
There are several strips with several sizes to customize any ring problem. You just measure, cut, let it form overnight. Then see if you need to cut any of the length. The longer the strip, the smaller the ring size. The shorter the strip, the larger the ring size. The strip stays inside the ring pretty well. However I used some silicone caulking. just a dab to make sure the sizer doesn't come loose.