Diamond and Moissanite combination Tester. Battery included.
This is a special instrument that distinguishes genuine Diamond and synthetic moissanite. Very convenient providing a sense of security when purchasing Diamonds. Eliminate all known diamond simulants including synthetic Moissanite. It works by measuring electrical conductivity through the stone. Diamond is not electrically conductive but moissanite is. One touch tester and completely portable. Simple on-off switch, no tricky adjustments. Comes with complete instructions and is 100% accurate. Test both loose diamonds and set stones. Audible sounds to give a warning buzzer for metal surface, and moissanite. LED light visual indicator for moissanite, diamond, warming up process and ready state.
To operate: Open battery lid and attach 9V Battery (included). Turn power switch ON and when it is ready for use a READY green light will appear. One hand holds the 'jewel' and the other hand holds the tester with the forefinger on the test button and inner fingers contacting the triangle stainless steel section on the back. Press tip lightly on your stone, with forefinger press the test button, and the test result will immediately appear for approx 2 seconds. If the jewel is Diamond the 'Dia' window on the right will show a green light. If the jewel is moissanite the 'moissanite' window on the left will show a red light and make a continuous sound. If the tip of the tester touches metal (gold and silver), this can give an incorrect reading and you will have to repeat the test.
Power supply: DC006P 9V Battery (included)
Item size: 16.5 x 4.0 x 2.2cm (6.6 x 1.6 x 0.8 inches)
Item weight: 110g
Package size: 16.5 x 5.0 x 2.5cm
Package weight: 0.25 kg / 0.55 lb.
1 x Diamond and moissanite Dual Tester tool
1 x Protective Leather Bag
1 x Testing Platform (Jewel supporter holds loose stones)
1 x 9V Battery
1 x User Manual.
Another way to check for a cubic zirconia is to view your stone under a magnifying loupe. A CZ is colourless and a little too perfect with no inclusions (carbon spots) found in a Diamond. Also, a cubic zirconia produces more flashes of colour than a Diamond.