Whether it’s a gift for someone else or a spoil yourself moment our ring guides are here to make sure it’s the perfect fit. Use the sizing method below to either measure your own ring size or to determine the ring size for someone else.
Make sure the ring you use to measure is worn on the same finger. All sizes listed here are standard Australian sizes. Keep in mind the average ladies ring size is N and the average men’s ring size is V. If you are unsure, simply visit your nearest AmericanSwiss store and one of our knowledgeable staff will be able to advise you on the correct ring size.
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RING TIPS AND INFORMATION
- Make sure the ring you use to measure is worn on the same finger.
- All ring sizes listed here are standard Australian sizes.
- Keep in mind the average ladies ring size is N and the average men’s ring size is V. These can usually be resized 2 sizes up or 2 sizes down. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the metal, Tungston, Titanium and Zirconium rings are not suitable for resizing
- One tried-and-true method is asking a parent or close friend if they know yur loved one's finger size.
- Borrow one of your partner's rings and use the Ring Sizing Guide above to determine its size. The ring should be from the correct finger on the correct hand.
- Dominant hands are generally slightly larger
- Rings with wider bands will fit a bit tighter. If you plan to measure against an existing ring, try to measure one with a similar width as the ring you want to purchase.
Beyond brand, style and price, size is probably the most important factor when purchasing a watch. It’s not just how big the face is; it’s the profile, how the bracelet fits, and,ultimately, how it looks on your wrist. Watch sizes go through trends, which is why it’s imperative to know what sizes look good on you.
The most obvious indication of a watch’s size is how wide the case is. Depending on how thick your wrist is, 40mm may be too wide, and anything larger than that may look out of proportion. If you have a bigger wrist, even 36mm might look a bit small. Women have the same considerations, most sub-30mm watches are fine, but larger watches may feel overwhelming on the wrist. A good indication of whether a watch is too big is to look at the lugs. If they are extending past the curve of your wrist then the watch may not be the correct fit for you.
WATCH TIPS AND INFORMATION
- The thicker the watch, the heavier it will be
- Do you need a watch to fit under your sleeve cuff? In that case, a thicker watch may not be best suited for you.
- If you have a thicker wrist, you might have to purchase extra links for the bracelet or opt for a longer strap. Likewise, for a smaller wrist, you may need to remove some links or making a new hole in the strap.
If you are unsure, simply visit your nearest AmericanSwiss store and one of our knowledgeable staff will be able to advise on the perfect watch for you.