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CLIQ Unveils New Sizing Set

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(PRESS RELEASE) PHILADELPHIA, PA – CLIQ has developed a sizing set complete with an upscale presentation case that elevates the customer sizing experience. The CLIQ sizing set takes the guesswork out of sizing beyond the knuckle for CLIQ custom-fit rings or any other hinged shank.

“Forcing a ring over a stubborn knuckle is like trying to remove shoes without unlacing them,” says Eric Alulis, President of Superfit Inc. “And we’re not talking about smelly, old running shoes; we’re talking about luxury, the most expensive thing you’re wearing, and it should fit your body perfectly.” The CLIQ sizing set determines the true finger size- the size behind the knuckle. 

The CLIQ sizing rings open and close on a hinge just like a CLIQ shank and securely wrap around the base of the finger with a strong closure. This is the first sizing set that has been designed to be elegant enough for front of store presentations. The sizers range from size 2 to size 13.5 in half size increments.

The CLIQ sizing set is available now and can be seen on display at the upcoming JCK Las Vegas show at booth #B31173. For further information, contact [email protected] or call our corporate office at 1-800-765-7111

CLIQ Unveils New Sizing Set

 

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