Measures the sizes of rings from A to Z, with all the half sizes in between AND tiny sizes smaller than A (5mm to 10mm) AND huge sizes larger than Z (up to Z+6).
Measures the sizes of rings from A to Z. Horrible tacky design, OK if you need to measure one ring in an emergency but if you want a ring stick for use in a shop PLEASE choose the metal version instead.
British sizes A to Z plus extra-large sizes Z+1 to Z+6.U.S. sizes 1 to 15External diameter / French from 40mm to 78mmInternal diameter from 12mm to 25mm
Ring Stick: British A - Z plus 6 extra-large sizes up to Z+6 plus USA sizes 1 -15 plus dia. and circumference in mmIndividual rings: British sizes H - U plus 6 extra-large sizes up to Z+6. These sizers are wide, to imitate wide wedding rings (they fit tighter than narrow rings). All metal construction. Fitted wooden box measures 13" X 5½" X 1¾"
Very heavy tapered steel rod for pushing (or bashing) rings back into shape. Many people use a ring stick instead. That's fine with me, they can buy a new ring stick every few weeks when they've completely ruined it. Better to use one of these.
Steel mandrel for making rounding metal, 25mm to 30mm, 8.5 inches long. 25 to 30mm = U.S.sizes 16 to 24 (these sizes are marked on the mandrel). I don't know exactly how this equates to ring sizes, ours UK Size Z = US size 12).
Set of metal finger sizers, wide to simulate wedding rings. Because wide rings fit tighter than narrow rings.
Full set to measure customers' fingers, sizes A to Z plus all the half sizes in between AND extra-large sizes right up to Z+6. Available in English markings A to Z only.
I am often asked for "those really cheap plastic sizers". So here they are, and you certainly can't get cheaper than £3.00! The sizes are marked in millimetres (15mm to 22mm). See our conversion chart.
Works by inserting the expander inside the ring, as you turn the big knob the ring is stretched outwards.
Works by 'squashing' the ring around the outside as you turn handle (wooden box not pictured).
Machine for sizing rings. Pull the big handle and the two tall stems (one for smaller rings, one for larger rings) expand and stretch the ring to make it larger; or push the handle and the base will compress a ring to make it smaller. The markings are American not British so please either use your ring stick to measure the size of the ring or ask us for a free conversion chart.Three tips: - it is generally not regarded as 'wise' to stretch or compress a ring by more than 1 to 1.5 sizes, otherwise the ring could be damaged.- take exceptional care with rings set with stones, the more you 'deform' the metal the greater the chance of stones falling out.- please note the weight before buying, this is a serious bench tool that weighs nearly 12Kg. There are holes on the base to screw it to the bench.