What finger do most people wear their Oura ring on?

Answered by Randy McIntyre

When it comes to wearing the Oura Ring, most people tend to wear it on their index finger. This is because wearing it on the index finger allows for optimal performance and accuracy. The design of the ring is specifically optimized for this finger placement.

However, if you find wearing the ring on your index finger uncomfortable or prefer to wear it on another finger, the middle finger or ring finger are the next best options. These fingers are also commonly used and can provide reliable data.

It’s important to note that you should try to avoid fingers with large knuckles, where the base of your finger is narrower than the knuckle. This is because the ring needs to fit snugly on your finger to accurately measure your biometric data. Wearing the ring on a finger with a large knuckle may affect its fit and compromise the accuracy of the measurements.

In my personal experience, I have found that wearing the Oura Ring on my index finger works best for me. It feels comfortable and secure, and I have confidence in the accuracy of the data it provides. However, I understand that everyone’s preferences and finger shapes are different, so it’s important to find the finger that works best for you.

While the majority of people wear their Oura Ring on their index finger, the middle finger or ring finger are also viable options. It’s advisable to avoid fingers with large knuckles to ensure a proper fit and accurate measurements. Ultimately, the choice of finger should be based on your comfort and the reliability of data you receive from wearing the ring.