SE JT117PRS 12 Ring Stick with Grooves Sona Enterprises

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Product Description

  • Length: 12-inches
  • Grooved
  • Sizes: 1 to 15 in increments of quarter sizes
  • Non-rolling design handle
  • Ideal for jewelry makers, hobbyists, and more

SE is proud to present our SE JT117PRS Ring Stick with Grooves—a convenient and easy-to-use tool for jewelers, jewelry makers, and the everyday user. This 12” ring stick is grooved and measures sizes 1 to 15 in quarter sizes. The non-rolling design of the handle keeps your stick from sliding away.
SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness of our SE JT117PRS Ring Stick with Grooves.
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Customer reviews(8)

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Michael Fielden
April 24, 2012
Was sort of surprised by the negative reviews for this ring sizing mandrel, but figured at that price and with Amazon's return policy it would be worth trying. Like another reviewer, my sole purpose was to measure a ring that my wife wears so that I could buy her something else.

First - the mandrel sizing was not at all off for me. I think that there must be some confusion, but like many of the ring tools you need to push down to the furthest point that your ring goes and then read from the bottom. If the ring is on the mandrel loosely, it may be as much as a half size off. When used correctly, the mandrel measured a variety of rings correctly.

Can't comment about the jewelry making aspects of this tool other than to say that it's light, easy to handle, and couldn't be a whole lot cheaper in price. Definitely something I would recommend for most all uses.
Liz B.
September 30, 2011
I bought the ring mandrel because I am a beginning jewelry maker and needed one to make my rings more consistent. Upon Receipt, I checked it against another ring singer I have. As with another reviewer, I noticed right off that the markings showing -5- or -6- are actually 5.5 and 6.5 respectively. In other words, the thick line between the numbers is the actual whole size, whereas the -*- numbers are the 1/2 sizes.

All sizing aside, it's lightweight and super easy to work with. The groove in the back does seem excessively large, but still doesn't really mess up my designs. In fact, it seems to help with wire wrapping because you can wrap the wire without removing the ring.
Kimiko Fox
January 17, 2013
I have this one and a metal mandrel and prefer this one even though it's cheaper. I have small fingers and find that anything size 6 and below are pretty true to size... Some other reviewers say that the sizing is off but so far I haven't had that problem.

The indentation on the back helps for placing beads A LOT!! The fact that it's light weight means you don't have to exert yourself to keep everything in position. For shaping wire wrap rings I prefer this one, but the metal one is very useful if I have to hammer a ring into shape (so each have their uses).

If this ever breaks or I loose it, I will be buying this again :)
J Wolf and J Sad
August 6, 2012
I've had multiple ring sizers and I have to say that this particular sizer is my favorite. I've tried the ones with multiple circles and sizes and this is just better. It's sturdy, easy to read, values don't vary based upon thickness of band and it was $3 with free shipping. I never realized how handy having one of these might be. Even the best metals tend to stretch with time. It is handy to know if you need to have your ring resized or if your rings are ready to be passed on to another. Everyone should keep one in their home. Why bother spending the gas money to go to the craft store at this price?
Jeremy Haggard
April 13, 2010
I bought this so that I could measure the size of my current ring without having to go to a jeweler and I will say it is just a piece of plastic, but it works and it was very cheap so I didn't expect a professional grade jewelers tool. That being said, it lived up to my expectations and with proper care will last a long time. The measurements appear to be accurate as I also ordered a jewelers ring size set to see what size ring I need and the measurement on the sizing mandrel match the size ring I liked. I'm very happy with this, exactly what I expected.
Gary M. Poelling
November 4, 2010
First of all, the ring sizer and the finger sizer are made of plastic. With that said, they both did the job I needed done. I wanted to purchase a ring via the web, but didn't know what size ring to order. With the finger sizer I accomplished that goal. I also had about two dozen old rings from my grand parents and needed to figure out what size they were. Once again, the ring sizer accomplished that goal.
Someone Astonishing
March 25, 2013
I trust this mandrel completely. I looked at listings for a few mandrels before I bought, so I don't remember if this comment was written here (I'm not on Amazon now), but some have commented that the groove down the back of the mandrel is for the stones to go through because they stick out. Um. Let's think this one through. The stone is one the Outside! LOL!

There's a 15 word minimum, so thought I'd share.
Jacob Heintz
December 30, 2012
The mandrel and sizers are matched to each other. If you fit some one with these sizers and give them a ring that fits on the mandril on the same number. It will word

BUT: my class ring was fitted to 11.5. And on the mandrel it reads 10.5. A few days ago I recieved an order of two rings that were both size 12. And on the mandril they both measure size 11.

It is cheap but you get what you pay for. The sizes are wrong composited to other rings and I do not recommend this


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