The precision closure allows the Ring Thing to be waterproof and float!
There is no need to take apart and then reassemble the Ring Thing. It was designed for precise, smooth and easy closing.
The Ring Thing is extremely strong and sturdy!
The padded inner base and separator disks allow multiple rings to be safely stacked!
Use the Ring Thing® at the gym, salon, golf course, while traveling or at home. The Ring Thing® will give you peace of mind knowing your treasured rings are protected and close to you. And it makes a perfect gift!
At Work – Nurses, doctors, medical technicians, tattoo artists and many more people need to remove their rings while performing their jobs.
Sports – Whether working out at the gym, golfing, swimming, or playing tennis, we remove our rings to avoid damaging them.
Spa or Salon – Getting a massage, manicure, or salon treatment means taking off all jewelry. It’s easy to leave it behind or forget where you put it.
It’s too big – Unfortunately, it can be difficult to determine how tight the band should be (especially when it’s new and not yet comfortable on your finger). We recommend ensuring that it has to be worked over the knuckle, as this will help to decrease ithe chances of the ring falling off.
Cool and wet hands – Submerging our hands in cool water causes them to shrink and the water acts as a natural lubricant, encouraging a ring to literally slide off our fingers. Many people have lost their bands while at the beach or swimming pool – others by simply washing their hands.
Taking it off Intentionally removing your ring can easily result in it becoming lost or misplaced. The band could be knocked from the surface where you left it and they could even be left in a place that you are unable to return to (such as an airplane or hotel room).
Gardening – Gardeners often need to take off their rings to put on gardening gloves, and this can lead to mis-placing them. Also, rings can become caught on gardening tools or plants and can slip off un-noticed.
Cooking – People have lost their rings while baking and kneading dough or cooking and working near the kitchen sink. Rings can slip off unnoticed, or may be taken off and put in an unsecure location