How to measure the inner diameter of a titanium steel ring?
When measuring, put 4 long fingers (except the thumb) to the 'tiger's mouth', squeeze it tightly, and then measure with the measuring tool, for example, it is just 45mm, then, adding 2~3mm on this basis is suitable for you Circled. This specification will feel a certain pain when wearing it, please use hand sanitizer and other lubricants to lubricate. Some people like to wear it a little looser, and they can choose a slightly larger ring.
When choosing to wear a jade bracelet, you should be able to put the jade bracelet into 4 long fingers (that is, except the thumb) and to the 'tiger's mouth', it feels a little tighter, then remove the jade bracelet and measure the inner diameter, for example, it is exactly 55 mm, then, this size is suitable for your ring. Some people like to wear it a little looser. When choosing, choose a ring that is 1 to 2 mm larger, so that it can be easily put on and taken off. There are also some people who are used to wearing smaller jade bracelets, or do not plan to take them off after wearing them. In this case, the size can be reduced by 1 to 2 mm in turn. Generally, when choosing, you should try it on first. When trying on, you can apply some detergent or soapy water on your hands, and ask someone to help you to put the jade bracelet into your wrist with a little force.
With the five fingers together, ask someone to measure the circumference of the thickest part of your hand in the thinnest state with a soft rope, then divide it by 3.14, and add 1~2mm to get the inner diameter of your bracelet. For example: the length you measure is 170mm, then 170/3.141~2=55~56mm.
Note: the above three methods have their own shortcomings, you'd better try each method as much as possible, test several times and then calculate the average value. It's more accurate