With smart rings, the right size matters

Top-down vie of a bunch of Samsung Galaxy rings
You want a fit that’s snug but not too snug. | Photo by Allison Johnson / The Verge

Getting a smart ring is a little more complicated than getting a smartwatch. To buy one, you need to acquire a sizing kit, try on a bunch of sample rings, find your size, wear it for 24 hours, make sure it fits properly, let the company know your size, and then, you get your smart ring. At least, that’s how it usually works. Apparently, you may be able to skip that process entirely with Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Ring — I just wouldn’t necessarily recommend it.

Leaker Evan Blass posted a screenshot of the Samsung Galaxy Ring’s delivery process in his latest Substack post. Like other smart rings, you have the option of getting sent a sizing kit. It does note, however, that the Galaxy Ring follows US standard sizing and that if you know…

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