THE ATHLETIC ACCESSORY

THAT KEEPS YOUR RINGS SAFE

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Whether you are wearing a wedding band, an engagement ring or family heirloom, you want to protect your rings for a lifetime – that is where RingHero comes in to save the day (and your rings). Worn on your wrist, RingHero protects your rings in a secure, zippered pocket so you can do your thing, worry free!

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Wearing your rings in an environment where they could come into contact with hard surfaces will gradually bend the ring, loosen the settings and possibly cause the stones to fall out! 

RingHero is the wearable peace of mind designed to fit every style. Make the small investment to protect a much larger one πŸ’ πŸ’Ž.

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We can’t list them all, but here are a few you should try:

Disclaimer: We realize this may encourage you to go out and do all of these activities TODAY, but please, pace yourself.

What you're saying

"Ok, just wanted to share something amazing I found! This is for any woman that works out and asks, "where do I put my ring?" For any woman that works at a hospital and needs to take her ring off before putting on gloves and asks, "where do I put my ring?" Literally for any woman that just wants to keep her ring safe, but close! Here it is ... @yourringhero" .

Jessica Versteeg, Amazing Race season 28, Model, Miss Iowa US 2014

The new "IT" workout accessory!

Nicole, Cedar & Rush

Got my RingHero today and immediately used it during my workout tonight!  Very cool and comfortable, I hardly knew it was there:-)  The packaging is awesome - simple & clean, yet elegant.

Jody

This is a great product for nurses, doctors and dental hygienists, anyone who is constantly working with their hands. My sis lost one of her bands at work. She's a dental hygienist and put her rings in her lab coat pocket when she was working with a patient and one of them fell out.

Lizzie

My RingHero made it’s debut at Shred415 this morning!  I’m so much less distracted with my rings right on my wrist.  Loving it!

Melissa

Such a great idea! I always put my ring on my watch and then on my keys at the gym - essentially offering up everything valuable in my life to someone in one easy package hahah.

Karrah

I have lost two rings at the gym and I subsequently went many years w/o wearing one given my track record. This is great!

Gregg

When you run and your hands get sweaty, they get loose. It's annoying too! Lost my engagement ring a few month ago like that! Found it in the trash...

Aimee

I will never forget the girl at the gym who lost her engagement ring in the locker room (later to be found in the lining of her gym bag). Her panic scarred me forever and the words of my mother, "a dirty ring is still your ring, never take it off when you aren't at home" run through my mind every time I consider taking it off.

Beth

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5 Times You Shouldn't Wear Your Engagement Ring

By Maya Wong of Martha Stewart Weddings

It's tempting to wear your engagement ring 24/7, but there are certain instances when it's best to go sans diamond. Surprisingly, there are a few everyday activities that can (and will) damage your new rock.

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Remove Your Ring Before You Do These Activities!

By Elizabeth Greene of Style Me Pretty

I may be a bit extra protective but I don’t care. My engagement ring is one of my most prized possessions and I plan on having it for the rest of my life, so I’m extra careful and cautious about where and when I wear it. For you ladies out there who wear your ring 24/7, take note: there are actually some times and places where it just might be a better idea to store your sparkler in your ring box instead!

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Should You Wear Jewelry to the Gym?

By Mirel Ketchiff of SHAPE

It’s a question every newly-engaged fitness fanatic runs into: What am I supposed to do with my ring when I’m at the gym? After all, suddenly you’ve got hundreds or thousands of dollars worth of hardware on your finger. Leaving it in your car or the locker room seems risky. But is it really safe to keep jewelry on when you’re sweating it out?

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