The Wrist Sizer must be printed on full letter size (8 ½ x 11 inches) size page. To check that the Wrist Sizer has been printed properly, take a ruler, and measure the sample below. It should measure exactly 2 cm.
How to Use the Wrist Sizer
- Cut out the paper Wrist Sizer and follow the instructions below.
- Make sure that the numbers are on the outside of the paper Wrist Sizer and insert the pointed end through the opening you have cut at the other end of the Wrist Sizer where indicated [cut here]. Place your hand through the Wrist Sizer and pull the pointed end until it fits comfortably on your wrist.
- The number that lines up with the edges of the opening is the size of the wrist.
- You can also use a tape measure but if you do not have one, take any small piece of ribbon or cord. Wrap it around your wrist and measure the length against a ruler.
Here you can download this and print it out:
Choosing the Size of a Love Bracelet
The usual bracelet sizing rules differ slightly in this case due to the design of the LOVE bracelet. Once you have found your size in the Bracelet Sizing Chart, Cartier recommends adding one centimeter for a tight fit and two centimeters for a loose fit.
Please note that the Cartier Wrist Sizer is an indicative guide only and therefore may not be an exact measure.
Watch Wrist Measurement & Selection
Choosing a watch size for your wrist can sometimes be challenging if you are uninformed. If you have wondered how watch sizes are measured, we’ll be breaking it down into two parts to understand which should be easy for you to find a perfect-sized watch for yourself.
Watch Cases – Shape and Thickness
Watch cases are measured in millimeters, and the most common shape of a watch case is a round case. There are also different types of shapes, such as square, rectangular, etc., based on personal preference. Other watches come with thicker bezels and smaller dials. There are thin watches, and there are bulky types that usually have a lot of complications and additional mechanical functions.
The size of a watch is usually measured in millimeters (mm); it often starts at 24 mm and increases in size by 4 mm up to 56 mm. The best option for sizing the case is to try the watch at a store. However, you also have the option to use a cutout piece of paper based on the size in millimeters.
Straps come in different materials, such as leather, fabric, or metal bracelets. Straps can directly affect how the watch is experienced; the material used, the design, and the width compared to the size of the watch case are the main things being considered when choosing the strap.
We have three tips for choosing the correct length for your straps, which usually depends on the size of your watch.
Smaller watches up to 36 mm usually look proportional on a 15 cm wrist or less.
Mid-sized watches from 36 mm to 42 mm would look proportional on a 15 – 18 cm wrist.
Larger watches from 44 mm to 46 mm would look proportional on an 18 – 20 cm wrist.
You can also use the wrist sizer above to choose the perfect strap length for your watch.