How To Measure Your Wrist For A Bangle
There’s nothing more irritating than receiving an online purchase, whether you have bought clothes, jewellery or something for your house to realise it’s not the right size and it’s not what you thought you were buying. Or you have problems finding bangles that fit your wrists? Do you have a smaller or larger than average size wrist? We have written a guide on how to measure your wrist for a bangle to solve this problem.
Choose from 3 sizes of bangles when buying from Ti2 Titanium. They are all suitable for men and women to wear between the sizes of 60mm to 70mm. As a special request, we can often offer sizes which err on either side of these measurements. Please send us an email to see if this is possible.
Making our bangles from large tubes of titanium; they are cut open, hand formed into torque bangles and hammered into each design. We make each bangle to order, specifically for you. It’s for this reason we are not able to alter the size easily, often needing a new bangle to be made.
Measuring Your Wrist
The measurements 60-70mm are the inside diameters of the bangle at the widest point as the image above shows.
Our advice would be to lay your hand on top of a ruler and measure the width of your wrist. Choose the nearest measurement to buy your bangle. You do not want the bangle to fit too tightly, make sure there is room for movement! Alternatively, download this file and print it out to scale on your printer.
Do you have more questions on how to measure your wrist for a bangle? Please get in contact. Our titanium jewellery is handmade in the UK. We can design and made something especially for you. We love a challenge and are happy to help.