Original Culti Diamond Selector II, made in Japan, not a Chinese copy (for details click here).
8-segment LED display (turns blue and bleeps on diamond).
Dimensions: 6¼"X1½"X¾" 155X38X20mm
Tip: can test stones down to 0.03ct (3pt) in size, smaller if you have good eyesight and a steady hand.
Operating temperature: recommended between 18 and 27 degrees C (64 to 81 degrees F)
Power: one PP3 battery (supplied)
Warm-up time when switched on: 20 to 30 seconds
Warm-up time between tests: 2 to 3 seconds
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Guarantee / Reliability
Reliability: one year
My best estimate is that this one will give the correct reading about 95% of the time at room temperature. To see how this compares with other "Diamond Selector II" diamond testers click here.
This really is quite good for a 'cheapie' diamond tester and definitely the best of all the Diamond Selector II models.
Returns under guarantee: one year
Returns rate (those that are returned to us during the guarantee period): less than 1%
Returns under guarantee: Providing we're quite certain that it is definitely faulty, we will send a new one. Before returning an item please check the trouble-shooting guide - if, after reading this, you are quite certain it is faulty, return it to us.
Returns out of guarantee: it it's only recently out of guarantee, we'll have a look at it for you, but they're not really worth repairing.
Exceptionally good value for a 'cheapie' diamond tester, do not confuse this with the Chinese copies (for details click here).
It only works at room temperature.
This is a diamond-only tester, it will not test Moissanite, that means that a Moissanite will show up as 'diamond' on this tester.
If you really do not want to pay much for a diamond tester, I'd recommend going for this one rather than resorting to a £20.00 diamond tester, this is good value for a 'cheapie' tester.
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