Multi tester for diamond, Moissanite, white sapphire.  Testerossa  by Gemoro
Multi tester for diamond, Moissanite, white sapphire.  Testerossa  by Gemoro
Multi tester for diamond, Moissanite, white sapphire.  Testerossa  by Gemoro
Multi tester for diamond, Moissanite, white sapphire.  Testerossa  by Gemoro
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Multi tester for diamond, Moissanite, white sapphire. Testerossa by Gemoro

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(Single item price excluding VAT: £207.50)

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UK company, easy telephone support

Pickup available from Quicktest (WD18 8JA)
Email us or call on 01923-220206 for appointment.

As far as testing is concerned, the Testerossa is identical to the Ultratester 3+. including the same limitations, so please see the Ultratester 3+ for details.

This is how it differs from the Ultratester 3+::

  • It has a larger carrying case than with the Ultratester 3+
  • It comes with a charging dock. Simply rest the tester in the dock to charge the batteries. This saves you from having to plug a cable into the tester.*  
  • Included is a magnifier that can be clipped to the end of the tester to enable you to see the stone more clearly. 
  • In addition to the display (the same as the Ultratester 3+) it speaks the results out loud. This is really useful for those who can't be bothered to look at the display. Your customer (and everyone in the room) can hear the result. That's good if you want the customer to be reassured, but bad if you're checking stones at an auction viewing or market and you don't want everyone to hear. 

* You do, of course, have to plug the charging dock into the mains.

Disclaimer

All testers  must be used in conjunction with the user's skill, knowledge and experience. Under no circumstances shall QUICKTEST be liable for direct or indirect loss sustained in connection with any item. Nothing is 100% accurate, you must understand the limitations of any tester you buy. We also suggest you regularly test known samples to check for any obvious faults. Full support given for items you buy from QUICKTEST.

Alternatives

Please note, none of the testers listed below will distinguish natural stones from synthetic stones. "Synthetic" is a scientific term meaning 'made by man in a factory/laboratory to the same formula found in nature'. The two are usually indistinguishable, synthetic diamond is diamond (read about synthetic diamond testers and see our ARI and ARETE models).

The testers below are to distinguish diamond from non-diamond (simulant/imitation).   

Model

Tests mounted stones [1]

Tests  Diamond

Tests  Moissanite

Tests
Ruby / 
Sapphire

Other stones

Diamond selector II, (DT-DS-crp) (works some of the time)

Shows up as diamond

No reaction on non-diamond

Diamond selector II  (DT-DS)
(cheap but works most of the time)

Shows up as diamond

 

No reaction on non-diamond


Diamond Experior (best diamond-only tester) Shows up as diamond Non-diamond reads 'Other Stone'

Moissanite tester by GemVue (Moissanite Plus) MOISS-4)

You must only test stones you are certain are diamond

SAM multi-tester (MULTI-SAM)

Non-diamond reads ‘simulant’

Handheld presidium gem tester (GEMTEST-PGI)

Shows up as diamond

31 stones

Standard Presidium (GEMTEST-P2)

Shows up as diamond

17 stones

Presidium Duo gem tester (GEMTEST-DUO-II)

[2]

[3]

Digital refractometer by Presidium (REFRACT-DIGI-PRESID)

55 stones

Refractometer (optical not electronic) (Refract-L)

Hundreds of stones [4]


[1] All testers test loose stones but not all can test mounted (set in jewellery) stones.

[2] The probe / analogue meter will test mounted stones, the digital meter will only test loose stones.

[3] The probe / analogue meter: 17 stones; the digital meter: 40 stones.

[4] Skill and practice is required to use an optical refractometer, instructions are not included, see any textbook about gemmology…or the internet.  

 

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