Sizing is a big deal for us at Rocktonica. Part of what makes a bracelet so special is getting a good comfortable fit for your particular wrist, and want to make sure your bracelet is a perfect fit! The following guide will help you select the best size for your wrist.
When selecting a size, it is important to note that you are selecting your wrist size, and not the bracelet size.
This means that you must select the size corresponding to the circumference measurement of your wrist, and simply leave the rest to us! So for example if your wrist measures 18 cm in circumference, just select 18 cm.
Think of it as providing measurements to a tailor for a custom suit.
1. Using a flexible measuring tape*, measure the circumference of your wrist just above the wrist bone (toward the elbow). The measurement should be snug but without creasing your skin.
2. Make a note of the measurement in centimetres.
3. Please note that snug does not mean tight. You should not have to pull or crease your skin, nor should there be any gap between the tape measure and your skin. We will leave the right amount for movement and comfort when crafting the bracelet.
4. Please do not select a size based on rough estimates, or measurements of other bracelets you may have as this will not result in the best fit.
5. If your wrist measurement includes half a size, simply select the closet size down, and add a note of your exact wrist measurement in the notes box when checking out. For example, if your wrist size is 17.5 cm, please select 17 cm and make a note that your wrist is 17.5 cm when checking out.
6. It is very important to note that we add extra length (approximately 1.5 cm) to allow room for movement and comfort, without the bracelet being too loose, whilst giving you a good fit. Not taking this into consideration will result in the bracelet being too loose or too tight.
7. Please note that resizing due to selecting an incorrect size is subject to a resizing fee.
8. Need help or unsure? Just shoot us a message here.
*If you do not have a flexible measuring tape, use a strip of paper, ribbon, or string and mark it where it overlaps on your wrist. Then measure the length against a ruler.