Question and Answers

- What is the difference between the Thin and the Wide OopsLoop?

Not only is the Thin actually thinner than the Wide OopsLoop but there are also differences in the color options as well as the diameter of the ring size.  You will see when looking through the shop that the Thin OopsLoops are for smaller fingers with Small and Medium sizes only.  The Wide is for Medium and Large pinkies.  (Remember, the OopsLoop is primarily designed to be used mostly on the pinky.) 

- How do I determine the ring size for my pinky?

An easy and general way to determine the best ring size for your OopsLoop is by grabbing a Penny, Nickel and a Quarter.  A Small OopsLoop is roughly the size of a Penny.  The Medium is about the size of a Nickel and (you guessed it!) the Quarter is approximately the size of a large.  By comparing these coins to your pinky, you will have a pretty good idea as to what size to choose.  And if you're still not entirely sure between two sizes, we recommend going with the larger of the two.  

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