Does Your Ring Spin On Your Finger? The Ring Doctors Can Make It Fit Like New With Just A CLIQ! (2024)

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The Ring Doctors, located just off the Meridian exit off I-84, specialize in making your rings fit.

The Ring Doctors are "The" ring sizing specialists. Rings are made to fit fingers, not knuckles. Traditional rings have a solid band of gold or platinum that has to fit over your knuckle first. As the areas behind your knuckle get smaller, your ring then spins on your finger. The Ring Doctors, have the solution to make your ring fit perfectly.

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The Ring Doctors and CLIQ display shows how the ring opens and closes.

"I hate my ring! I mean, I love my ring, but hate the way it spins on my finger!

This article is about what to do when your diamond engagement ring or wedding set still spins when it fits tightly over your knuckle. There are several options that claim to solve this problem but CLIQ Ring Technology is the solution The Ring Doctors recommend. Here's why.

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Hear the "CLIQ"!

The Ring Doctors and CLIQ technology are the answer to making any ring fit perfectly. CLIQ is a revolutionary way to make your ring fit and here's why it works.

Rings start as a solid band of gold or Platinum. That's OK if your knuckle and finger are very close to the same size. But for most people, their knuckle is bigger than where their ring is worn, so a solid band will turn and spin. If the ring has diamonds, rubies, emeralds, or other stones, they're top heavy and the diamonds now end up on the bottom. Think of it this way, rings are for fingers, not knuckles. CLIQ takes the size of your knuckle out of the equation. They open and close so your ring fits perfectly right where you wear it.

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A CLIQ can be added to almost any style of ring.

The beauty of CLIQ is it works for just about any type of ring. Engagement rings, Wedding Bands, Diamond Solitaries, Three Stone Diamond Rings, and Men's Wedding Bands are just a few of the rings that fit better when they CLIQ.

"Simply put, CLIQ is the secret to the perfect ring fit. Refined for almost two decades, this industry-leading technology creates a nearly invisible hinge that gives your jewelry an entirely new dimension." - CLIQ

FAQs on how CLIQ works and some comments on why other options don't.

Q. Why does my ring turn on my finger?

A. It may just be too big. In that case, we can size it down to fit. It may also be as simple as the weather or what you had to eat. A diamond ring that fits in warm weather, may turn when your hands are very cold. Most fingers will vary a half size season to season and that's normal.

Q. Why does my ring still spin no matter what I do? It already hurts my knuckle when I put it on!

Many times your fingers have changed with time. Knuckles may stay the same or get larger while the area where you wear your ring gets smaller over time. Traditional ring sizing doesn't help and you need an advanced solution, like a ring that opens and closes at the bottom and doesn't have to go over your knuckle.

Q. What do I need to do to make my ring fit and not turn?

A. The first step is a free consultation with a Jewelry Repair Specialist at The Ring Doctors, on the proper way to size your ring. Most of the time a simple sizing is all you need. If it's already difficult to get your ring over your knuckle and then it spins on your finger, a CLIQ is probably the best option.

Consultations with the Jewelry Repair Specialists at The Ring Doctors are always complimentary.

Q. What is CLIQ technology?

A. CLIQ technology is a nearly invisible, incredibly engineered, and finely machined hinge and clasp mechanism that allows your ring to open when you put it on or take it off. The size of your knuckle no longer determines the size of your ring.

CLIQ comes in 14kt, 18kt white, yellow gold, and Platinum. Your ring fits perfectly and you won't even notice the seamless mechanism when you are wearing it.

Q. What does CLIQ technology cost?

A. A CLIQ starts at between $1,200 to $1,500 dollars depending on the width and size of the ring. A CLIQ is more expensive than the options most other Jewelers recommend. The biggest difference is CLIQ solves the problem because they work! Where other solutions usually don't as they rely on forcing gold bumps, bars or springs, that are added to the inside of your ring, over your already swollen knuckle. And other solutions are not cheap.

Q. Is CLIQ technology worth the price?

A. Yes. Our Guests often tell us, "I'm sorry I waited so long and spent so much money on other solutions that didn't work. I love wearing my ring again!" Your diamond engagement ring, anniversary band, or wedding set is probably the most precious possession you wear every day. With a CLIQ, you can enjoy your ring again like when it was new instead of being frustrated with it spinning on your finger.

Q. How long does a CLIQ last?

A. Everyone wears their rings differently and gold naturally wears away. While CLIQ does have moving parts, in our experience it's not unusual for a CLIQ to still be going strong 15 years after we install it. Every Ring Doctors CLIQ comes with a 5-year warranty and The Ring Doctors VIP service.

Q. Are there other options The Ring Doctors recommend?

A. Unfortunately no. In our experience, nothing but a CLIQ really solves the problem. If your ring already fits tightly over your knuckle and still spins, a CLIQ is the only solution we recommend. We have installed hundreds of sizing bars, speed bumps, crimp-on gold inserts, and springs in the 50 years we have been repairing jewelry. While they cost less, these options rarely solve the problem. At The Ring Doctors, we don't recommend them or install them because about 70% of the time people are still unhappy and that's simply not acceptable for The Ring Doctors.

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Q. Why purchase your CLIQ from The Ring Doctors?

A. Our goldsmiths are certified in expert CLIQ installation.They have been personally trained by the owner of CLIQ on how to properly install, maintain and adjust each style of CLIQ. Plus! When we sell it, we'll do any service needed because we stand behind the technology.

Other jewelry stores may install one every so often, we do three or four a week!

Q. Are The Ring Doctors more expensive?

A. Yes. But you receive much much more than other jewelry stores. Every CLIQ installed by The Ring Doctors comes with our professional commitment to keep your CLIQ ring looking like new for many years to come. You receive The Ring Doctors CLIQ, "VIP Maintenance Service" at no additional charge.

We recommend you let us service your CLIQ ring once a year. We clean, inspect and do preventative maintenance on your Ring Doctors CLIQ at no charge to you. This includes a complete ring cleaning and inspection, including a complimentary Rhodium refinishing (ring dipping), on any white gold rings (a $75 value).

We will also consult with you on other maintenance or repair work your ring may need at that time and give you a free estimate of what it will cost to keep the rest of your ring in like new condition.

Q. Why haven't I heard of CLIQ before?

A. It takes exceptional skill to properly measure your finger and install CLIQ Technology.

Most Jewelers think they cost too much. They don't understand how frustrating a ring that spins can be and typically recommend much cheaper bumps, bars, and springs that are easy to install but don't address the real problem. Jewelers make money selling these options even if you're unhappy in a year or two.

The Ring Doctors are one of the largest authorized dealers of CLIQ products in the country and our experts handle everything from measuring your finger to professional installation, to any maintenance and repairs.

Q. Does a CLIQ cost less online?

A. Yes, but purchasing through the CLIQ site is true online pricing. You must deal directly with CLIQ for all sizing recommendations, ordering, installation, shipping/insurance, and ongoing maintenance or warranty issues.

We charge more than purchasing online but you receive the peace of mind of dealing with a locally owned and operated CLIQ specialist, in-store sizing with ease, not having your ring leave our store, and onsite Ring Doctors "CLIQ VIP maintenance" when you purchase from us.

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With the CLIQ sizing kit, The Ring Doctors can size your finger with ease and accuracy.

Q. Do others companies make products that mimic CLIQ?

A. Yes. Similar products always talk about saving money. Saving money is a good thing if you don't care about how the items works or what it looks like after a year or so. We understand we're not the best choice for everyone. That's OK by us. At The Ring Doctors, we only recommend and service CLIQ products we sell simply because we have a long history of success with CLIQ. We also know the craftsmanship we put into every CLIQ and will help you keep your ring looking nearly new when you have a Ring Doctors CLIQ.

So if you are tired of being frustrated by a ring you love, that spins on your finger make an appointment or come in today and speak with one of The Ring Doctors, Jewelry Repair Specialists. Love Fits and so should your ring.

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FAQs

Does Your Ring Spin On Your Finger? The Ring Doctors Can Make It Fit Like New With Just A CLIQ!? ›

Traditional rings have a solid band of gold or platinum that has to fit over your knuckle first. As the areas behind your knuckle get smaller, your ring then spins on your finger. The Ring Doctors, have the solution to make your ring fit perfectly. The Ring Doctors and CLIQ display shows how the ring opens and closes.

Should a ring spin on your finger? ›

This depends. If your ring is spinning on your finger but still feels snug, it's probably not too loose, and you don't need to worry about it. However, if your ring is spinning easily and feels like it could fall off, it's likely too loose, and you should have it resized.

How do you shrink your fingers to fit a ring? ›

This is a simple trick that can work in a pinch, especially if your hand is swollen. Put your hand in the air for a few minutes, making sure that your hand is higher than your heart. When you do this, you reduce the blood flow to your hand, which can cause your fingers to decrease in size a bit.

Should you be able to rotate a ring on your finger? ›

1. The ring won't turn. Your ring should be able to spin on your finger with a little effort. It should be able to move in both a clockwise and a counterclockwise direction.

How much does it cost to resize a ring? ›

Resizing a ring to make it smaller typically involves removing a portion of the band. On average, the cost of having a ring sized down can range from $30 to $60. Resizing a ring to make it larger usually requires adding metal to the band. The average cost for resizing up can range from $40 to $80.

Why do I spin my ring? ›

In this instance, rings often slide on perfectly to start off with, only to become stuck when they reach the knuckle, meaning a larger ring size is required. With the band sitting slightly loose at the base of the finger as a result, top-heavy engagement rings are more prone to spinning around.

How to make a ring fit tighter without resizing? ›

Sizing bars (also known as ring guards) are also an option for making a ring smaller without sizing. These metal bars are placed at the base of your band and folded around the ring's foundation. Ring guards are easy to install, comfortable and affordable.

What rings cannot be resized? ›

To be resized, your ring must be made of metal such as silver, gold, or platinum. Non-metal materials cannot be resized, including full eternity bands, tungsten rings, rose gold rings, titanium rings, or rings with tension settings. There also must be enough space around the ring for it to be made larger or smaller.

How do you keep a ring from slipping off? ›

If you're in a hurry and want to DIY something to keep your ring from slipping off, try a rubber band. It's safe and won't damage your ring. While you can use the typical tan rubber band that you probably have lying around in your junk drawer, the ideal choice for this fix is a small, transparent rubber band.

How to get a ring off a swollen finger without cutting it? ›

Insert a piece of dental floss or fine string under your ring. Tightly wrap the string around your finger, up past your knuckle. Unwrap the string from the bottom part that's under the ring. That allows the ring to move up and over the string as you unwrap.

How do you shrink a swollen finger to get a ring off? ›

Place a bag of ice on top of your finger (another option is to submerge your finger in a cup of ice water). The cold will cause blood vessels to constrict, decreasing the swelling. Raise your hand over your head with the ice bag still on top (or your finger still submerged in water) for 5-10 minutes.

Is it better for a ring to be tight or loose? ›

Rule of Thumb: A proper fitting ring should slide over your knuckle with a little friction and fit snugly on your finger, but not too tight. You should feel resistance and need to apply a little extra force to remove the ring backwards over your knuckle.

Do fingers get bigger with age? ›

Over time most people's finger will adjust to a tight ring, and you'll often see an indentation at the wearing position. As we age, fingers and/or knuckles usually get bigger.

What is the average ring size for a woman? ›

An average finger size is 6 for women and 8 or 8½ for men. Finally, if your partner is above average height or build, their weight will be naturally distributed across their whole body, so it might be a good idea to start at around a ring size 7 for a woman and a size 10 for men.

How do you know if a ring is too small? ›

Your ring should be loose enough for you to slide it over your knuckle so it sits at the base of your finger, but it should be tight enough that it won't slide over the knuckle on its own. A ring that leaves indentations on your finger is likely a little too tight.

Should a diamond spin in its setting? ›

Round diamonds can also rotate in their settings if loose. Run your finger across the diamond. Run your finger around the stone and feel for any chips or cracks, take note if it's near the prong as this is a tell-tale sign that something is wrong. Go to your original point of purchase to have the jewelry checked.

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