Silicone Wedding Ring Review
Long-time readers of Armchair Arcade may find it unusual that, despite the fact that I am indeed married, I’m reviewing a wedding band on our videogame-, computer-, and technology-centric Website. Rest assured, however, that this is no ordinary ring.
The Smart Band silicone wedding ring is one of many of a new generation of bands designed to be worn where those formulated from metals and alloys are either inconvenient or inappropriate. One example includes lifting weights or other heavy objects where crushing a hard ring between your finger and the object you’re lifting is a very painful possibility. Another example is working with sensitive electronic components, where a traditional ring might act as an unwanted conductor. This soft silicone ring gets around problems like those with ease, remaining soft and pliable, as well as being a low electrical conductor.
Made of hypo-allergenic medical grade silicone that’s both heat and water resistant, this is the type of ring you can take just about anywhere. The fact that it’s on sale for only $14.99 on Amazon right now also means it’s no big deal if something did in fact happen to it.
Sizing is a non-issue as well. I certainly had no idea what my ring size is, despite wearing two different wedding bands since 2001 (I switched off for our 10th anniversary). Luckily, there are plenty of quality (and free) online ring sizing sites (I used http://findmyringsize.com/ to discover I’m a 10.5, which fit the same size I specified for the Smart Band silicone wedding ring when it arrived).
If you think this is something that might be of benefit to you, don’t hesitate to go for the Smart Band silicone wedding ring among the ever expanding cavalcade of choices.