Do Silicone Rings Fall Off?
For any ring you wear on a regular basis, whether it's a wedding/engagement ring, a fashion ring or a statement ring of any kind, keeping the ring securely on your finger is a top priority. Rings that fall off easily are a major risk for getting lost, damaged or stolen, and these are concerns that most wearers would simply prefer to avoid.
At Enso Rings, we're here to tell you about perhaps the single best option for those who count fall-off prevention as one of their top ring priorities: Silicone rings. We offer a massive selection of silicone ring options, including everything from wedding and engagement rings to any fashion or style you're interested in -- even featuring options like Star Wars and Disney ring collections for kids in your life. Why is silicone the ideal option when it comes to rings that fit well and won't fall off your finger? Here's a rundown.
Silicone Rings Fit Snugly
One of the largest benefits of silicone rings from an overall standpoint is their snug fit. Unlike other materials, which can loosen and cause the ring to slide off over time, silicone holds its shape no matter what. Even if your finger size changes due to weight loss/gain, pregnancy or other factors, a silicone ring will still maintain its original shape and size on your finger for a comfortable, consistent fit that won't fall off.
This snug fit is due in large part to the fact that silicone is a highly elastic material. Unlike metal rings, which can only be resized so much before becoming misshapen or breaking, silicone will always spring back into its original shape and size no matter how much it's stretched. As a result, you can always count on a silicone ring to have a snug, comfortable fit on your finger that won't become loose and fall off over time.
Silicone Rings are Durable
In addition to their snug fit, silicone rings are also much more durable than other types of rings on the market. Metal rings can bend, break or shatter if they're subject to enough force, and even ceramic or glass rings can crack or chip if they're dropped or hit against a hard surface. Silicone rings, on the other hand, are made to withstand just about anything you can throw at them.
They're heat resistant, so you don't have to worry about taking them off before cooking or using harsh chemicals. They're also waterproof and completely safe to wear in the shower, pool or ocean. And if they do happen to suffer any damage, they can simply be popped back into shape with no fear of breakage.
In short, silicone rings are built to last, and that makes them much less likely to fall off your finger due to wear and tear over time.
Meant to Break Off if There's a Risk
Of course, there are certain rare occasions where you actually want a ring to fall off your finger -- namely, if the ring has become caught or snagged on something, and you're in danger of losing a finger as a result. That's why silicone are designed with a "safe removal" feature that allows the ring to snap off your finger if it gets caught on something, preventing any serious injury from occurring.
While this may seem like it would defeat the purpose of wearing a ring in the first place, it's actually a vital safety feature that can potentially save your finger (or even your life) in the event of an accident. And since silicone rings are so affordable, you can always buy a new one to replace the one that snapped off, without having to worry about breaking the bank.
Simple and Cheap to Replace
Now, there are some people among us who are simply more likely to misplace or lose a ring of any kind, whether it's silicone or any other material. Maybe you take your rings off often to put on lotion or some other product, and you simply forget to put them back on afterwards.
Or maybe you're just more active than most, and your rings tend to fall off during physical activity more often than you'd like. Whatever the case may be, losing a silicone ring is far less costly and inconvenient than losing a metal ring, thanks to their affordability and wide availability.
If you lose a diamond metal ring, for instance, you'll likely have to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars to replace it. And if you lose a gold or silver ring, you'll still have to spend a fair amount of money to replace it, even though it won't cost nearly as much as a diamond ring.
But if you lose a silicone ring, all you have to do is head to your local store or go online and order a new one for just a few dollars. In other words, you can replace a silicone ring quickly and easily without spending a lot of money, which is yet another reason why they're such a great choice for people who are worried about their rings falling off.
In short, silicone rings offer a number of advantages over other types of rings when it comes to preventing them from falling off your finger. They're more snug and comfortable, they're more durable, and they're also much cheaper and easier to replace if they do happen to get lost or damaged. So if you're looking for a ring that's less likely to fall off, silicone is the way to go.
For more on this, or to learn about any of our silicone ring options, speak to the team at Enso Rings today.