Would you wear your engagement ring at a water park? We are going tomorrow and part of me doesn’t want to take it off but I also cant imagine losing it. I have heard people wear their engagement ring all day every day and never take it off. Mine fits snugly even when I wash my hands. Thoughts?
I wore mine to the beach, but I also knew I wouldn't be swimming. I take mine off for any contact with water - washing hands/dishes, showers, etc. I'd just be worried about a freak accident.
I almost never take mine off. The only times I do is for surfing. If I went to a water park, I might take it off. People lose their rings a lot when applying sunblock. They take their rings off “just for a second”, then forget. By the time they realize it, it’s gone. I know I will leave my real rings in a safe deposit box while on our international honeymoon. Expensive jewelry can make you a target for robbery. I’m getting a set of faux rings to wear. Something nice but easily replaceable, with cubic zirconias instead of diamonds.
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Yes I am taking ring of for cruise. I also have a cheap wedding band. I wanted it for purposes like this. It’s pretty just plain silver and engraved so I can get a new one if need be.
I would personally take it off. I do a lot of weightlifting and work with my hands in general so I actually have begun wearing small silicone bands during these activities. They sell them on amazon for fairly cheap in all sorts of designs and colors.
I wore mine with hair ties it didn’t look the best but it kept my rings safe. My rings fit me half a size to big so they come off very easily so I didn’t mind looking weird as long as my rings were safe here is a picture of how it looks like and from the front it looks like I’m just wearing my ring and a hair tie hope this helps
I usually take mine off at the water park or when I go to the gym. I just am scared something will happen to it either it will get scratched up or I will loose it. I just think it’s better to play it safe.
I'd take it so off so you don't risk the water treatment chemicals messing it up. Or banging it and knocking a diamond out. My sister could do dives for 12 feet of water and anytime we went anywhere she always pulled someone's diamond ring off the bottom of pools, so it happens a lot.
No way would I wear my ring to a water park. I have a hard time wearing it to Disney and the rides there are much less turbulent! When we went after getting engaged I started noticing all the women with expensive looking rings on and my only thought was ‘I hope they have good insurance!’
I would take it off. The jeweler even recommended not to go swimming in it.
Do you have insurance on it? Not just the adage to homeowners that covers stolen or damaged property in the home. Do you have insurance that covers it outside of the home? If not, all financial responsibility for it being lost or stolen is just the icing on the cake of the sentimental value lost if anything happens to it.
I say take it off. When my fiancé got my ring insured he was told rings are always getting lost in the water - jet skiing, water parks, in the ocean. The pressure of the water makes you lose it. Better to be safe than sorry!