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Looking for reviews on silicone wedding rings

Hey OP for the silicone ring post. Thank you all for the responses. I’d like to start by saying we aren’t married yet we are just looking at alternatives for when we do get married. It isn’t an issue if either of us don’t wear them so if he chooses to not wear his at work that isn’t an issue. If we go with a solid ring that would be my rule for him, I love him and want to keep his handsome hands safe.

My concern with that option is it is so easy to get distracted at the start of the day causing him to forget to take his off. If before he remembers to take it off something happens it would be awful. For me I work with special needs kids and do not want to have scratch hazards. I also lift kids and use mechanical lifts and chairs for kids. Though the risk isn’t as big for me if it can happen slipping in the kitchen it could happen doing anything. I used to be a trade worker and am very aware of the hazard of rings in the work place.

Also tattoos unfortunately won’t work for me. My body rejects piercings very badly though I want tattoos very badly I am concerned my body will reject them causing bigger issues.
Also I am not looking for an indestructible ring I am looking for a less risky ring. Though the one ring to rule them all would be pretty sweet.

My next question is does anyone have any ideas on places we could go to try a silicone ring on? He wants a solid ring but agreed to consider trying one on. He is concerned it won’t be comfortable to him.

Thank you 🙂

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  1. I commented on your last post about Qalo and Enso Silicon rings. I got mine at an outdoor/hunting store in Calgary, but I feel like that would be the kind of place to check for them here. They let me open the boxes and try on for right size. I love mine, and while I didn’t pick a pretty one, it is stretchy, super comfy, and I’ve worn it while fluctuating size for fluid retention in the heat. I would give Cabelas and Outdoor Superstore a call, they’d likely carry them

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  2. My husband is a plumber. He doesn’t wear his ring at work for safety concerns as well, nor does he wear it all the time outside work either, he wears it when he remembers. Doesn’t bother me. 🙂 Good luck on finding rings that work though!

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  3. My husband is a firefighter and loves his Qalo ring, isn’t worried about it slipping off or getting damaged or anything like that , he ordered it on line and they have an awesome return policy even if you get the rings engraved!! He has a solid ring to wear on special occasions!

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  4. Tattoos aren’t the same as piercings at all!

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  5. I am going to show where I hope to be able to,bring some home with me. Message me after the middle of August to see what I was able to get.

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  6. I have my regular set and am enso. I love it. Fits snugger, so I sized up by one

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  7. Caity Forman Caity Forman says:

    While I have nothing to say about the ring issue, my body also rejects piercings however I have multiple tattoos and have had zero issues with healing or aftercare (oldest one is 12 years old now). Just go to someone clean and reputable!

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  8. Lexci Krahn is there any reason why this person should be concerned that you know of?

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    • Lexci Krahn Lexci Krahn says:

      I haven’t heard of anyone’s body “rejecting” a well done, well taken care of tattoo that has been applied in safe conditions with good quality pigments and products.

      That doesn’t make any sense at all.

      My husband I got C and L wedding tattoos instead of rings and they do the trick nicely.

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    • That’s exactly what I was thinking.

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    • Tam L Dack Tam L Dack says:

      My body rejected a tattoo that was done there was latex gloves used n I’m allergic so my ink basically fell off with the healing had it redone no latex n it’s fine.. wasn’t to do with tattoo but allergy. Only thing that I could think of for body rejecting it

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    • Lexci Krahn Lexci Krahn says:

      Tam yeah if there was an outside irritant, maybe.

      Latex gloves should never be worn in a tattoo procedure

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  9. Tam L Dack Tam L Dack says:

    They make sum cool 3D printed rings that are a softer material but very durable Polyamide plastic

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