Finding your Ring SizeTo find your correct ring size see our ring sizing chart at the bottom of this page.The 15 ring sizes are identified by a letter and shown in millimetres.To print the ring sizer chart at the bottom of the page, save the image and check the print size. You can verify the size by checking the measurement between A and B is 3.5 inches long.We welcome you to be measured by our experts in store without charge.Adjustable Sizer: for our free sizing gauge, contact us and we will post one out to you.Should your ring size not be indicated or you are experiencing difficulties please do not hesitate to contact us on 01539 722333 for immediate assistance.Sizing your WatchPoints to RememberWatch bracelets can be reduced by taking out of links but they cannot be enlarged to bigger than their original length.Different metals have varying weights so will feel different on your wrist. Titanium is generally the lightest material followed by steel, then white and yellow gold. Platinum is considered to be the heaviest metal.Where overall weight is a consideration, remember that adding a bracelet, instead of a strap, adds significantly more weight and normally increases the cost of the timepiece.Watch manufacturers are tending towards larger case sizes. Creating a larger case size usually requires more material i.e. more gold or platinum, which will increase the overall retail cost.Larger timepieces and those with rotating bezels (usually gentleman’s watches) are generally considered a more casual or sporty look. Keep this in mind if you plan to wear your watch with dress shirts that have moderate sized cuffs.As a guideline for watch thickness, thin 4-6mm, average 6-12mm, full size 12-14mm and making a statement 14-18mm.