The wrist cuffs from Swedish Collar are made to fit the human hand with a snug and comfortable fit. The bracelet parts are all made in a high precision CNC machine and are formed from a solid block of metal. The human wrist is not round, but a bit rectangular. This form will also be found on the wrist cuff design.
The sizes are chosen not far from each other and most likely there is more than one size that will fit, but to get the best value from the Swedish Collar design this size guide will help you choose the correct size for your wrist.
- CIRCUMFERENCE: First of all, you need to measure the circumference. The circumference should be measured on your dominant hand and where you are at largest, which should be across the “Ulna bone”. Your dominant hand is normally the hand you use for writing, but just to be safe, measure both wrists and go for the largest measurement.
- SIDE to SIDE: This is a dimension shown in the pictures below. It is the largest measurement over the wrist.
- UP to INSIDE: This dimension is shown in the picture below and is the smallest measurement over the wrist.
The circumference is measured there the wrist is at largest. This is most likely over the Ulna bone, see picture below. Your dominant wrist is likely the largest, but to be sure, measure both wrists and go the largest value. The wrist in the picture below is measured over the Ulna bone. The right dominant wrist is 5mm larger than the left wrist.
Side to Side & Up to Inside
In most cases measuring the circumference should be enough, but to be sure ordering the correct size, please also measure the “Side to Side” and “Up to Inside”. These measured values should be smaller or equal to the selected cuff size.
For most wrists, the circumference should be enough to measure, but to be sure, the geometry dimensions “Side to Side” and “Up to Inside” should also be verified. In the table below there are recommended dimensions for the specific sizes to be found. The cuff size mentioned in the left column is the circumference inside the wrist cuff.
|Cuff size||SIDE to SIDE||UP to INSIDE||Recommended WRIST circumference|
|152||51,8||38,4||144 <-> 152|
|158||53,9||39,9||149 <-> 158|
|164||56,0||41,5||155 <-> 164|
|171||58,5||43,3||161 <-> 171|
|178||60,9||45,1||168 <-> 178|
|185||63,4||47,0||175 <-> 185|
|192||65,8||48,8||182 <-> 192|
|200||68,7||50,8||189 <-> 200|
|208||71,4||52,9||197 <-> 208|
|216||74,3||55,0||205 <-> 216|
|225||77,5||57,4||213 <-> 225|
|234||80,6||59,7||222 <-> 234|
Suitable cuff on the measured wrist
The wrist above was measured to 165mm. According to the table above, the size 171 should fit the best. For the above wrist, the Ulna bone was quite dominant, so size 164 will also fir, but will not cover the bone. The most comfortable fit will be found chosing the size 171.
There will be a complete table covering the weight of the different versions. Until the table is in place:
- One stainless steel cuff, 40mm, size 164 is 480g.
- One stainless steel cuff, 50mm size 192 is 765g.