Those in the know in the jewelry industry are predicting that silicone wedding bands will be the trend among jewelry wearers who have an active lifestyle. You’ve seen people proudly wear their “cause” on their wrist in the form of silicone bracelets that promote heart health or breast cancer prevention, but it is rare to see wedding bands in the colorful rainbow colors.
A company called Fixate, Inc. is out to change all that. They’ve developed the patent-pending FX8 men’s and women’s silicone wedding bands. They are constructed of medical-grade silicone and are hypoallergenic, non-conductive and non-porous. Fixate had help in developing the bands. They went to their market for advice and asked professional athletes, construction workers, business professionals and mechanics, all people who depend on their hands to make a living, to contribute their thoughts to the design.
Perfect for Active Lifestyles
According to Fixate, Inc.,”FX8 rings are the perfect blend of style, strength and function, and make a fantastic alternative to a metal wedding band. Compared to metal bands, Fixate silicone rings are flexible and are among the safest rings in the world. Moreover, they are perfect for men and women who don’t want to wear metal bands due to safety concerns. They are also ergonomically designed and ideal for those with large knuckles or temporarily swollen fingers.”
The bands come in an array of colors and sizes, ranging from 1.5 to 2.3mm thick and 8.4mm wide. They are offered with the Fixate logo or without. Have them engraved with a personal message for an additional $10 for up to 12 characters. Retail price starts at $19.95.
The company says they are perfect for athletes, racers, extreme sports participants, fitness and personal trainers as well as mechanics, electricians, military personnel, construction workers, firefighters, law enforcement, first responders, divers, surfers, machinists, outdoorsmen, hikers, factory workers and business professionals. Fixate reports that Red Bull Off-Road Truck Champion Ricky Johnson and Motocross World Champion Grant Langston both wear the rings.
For more information, visit Fixate, Inc.