Conversion Table for Ring Sizes
|Ring Diameter (MM)||USA/Canada||Germany|
What does 18 mean in ring size?
How do you convert mm to ring size?
Wrap an inch-long piece of floss or yarn around the base of your index or middle finger. Using a pen, mark the spot where the floss or thread first overlaps. Measure the length of string by stretching it out along a ruler or measuring tape and recording the measurement in millimeters.
What is the average ring size?
Wrap an inch-long piece of floss or yarn around the base of your index and middle fingers. A pen should be used to indicate where the floss or thread first overlaps. The length of string should be measured out along a ruler or measuring tape, with the length in millimeters.
How do you figure your ring size?
Wrap a thread or a piece of paper around the base of your index and middle fingers. Make a mark with a pen at the spot where the two ends come together. Using a ruler, measure the length of the thread or paper (mm). To determine your ring size, find the measurement that is the closest to your finger size on the ring size chart.
What does mm mean in ring size?
Find the width that is just right for your finger! Even in nations where inches are used, such as the United States, the majority of ring widths are measured in millimeters, or “mm.” The majority of individuals already have a difficult time imagining how wide a quarter inch or a half inch is.
What is my ring size Australia?
For help determining your ring size, first measure your finger and then use the International Ring Size Chart to translate your measurement to the matching United States dimension. The size you should order is the one shown. For example, a ring size H in Australia corresponds to a size 4 in the United States. You would order a U.S. size 4 ring in order to acquire the right size ring.
What is my ring size circumference?
To begin, cut a strip of paper that is approximately 3/4-inch broad and 4 inches long from the sheet of paper. Using a piece of paper, wrap it around the base of your target finger and note the point where it overlaps. The circumference of your finger is equal to the length of the piece of paper you measured in millimeters.