Post # 1
I at least see some smart Bees on here that recognize I am NOT an imposter like 50 % of you. You should have absolutely no problem with me venting on my exact findings of each product. I have no shame telling other true wedding bees that the Asha diamond is of lower quality than the cz rings you can now purchase in Walmart or Sears or Jc penny etc… you just have to look for the more brilliant cut. I was absolutely blown away by the cz rings at walmart. I am now going to go with a diamond after all of my bouts with moissanite and cz. I wish I had the chance to try the amora , but they don’t have it in the cut I need. Asha is absolutely shameful in what they are selling to the general public. I tried the Forever Brilliant stone and was more than dissatisfied..my fiance even laughed at it as did my friends…was so yellow unless I was in the blazing sun…then yes it seemed whiter. But Im not going to be walking around at high noon all day in 105 degree heat most of the year just to see the whiter side of my moissanite. I have seen whiter moissanites…so this would be a very good choice if you dont mind yellow diamonds. It has more depth thats for sure. Girls, you are smart. The ones who have commented so protectively and have blamed me as working for moissanite…then asha, and now the diamond industry? Really..?! If you want a fake…just get the cz ring. Stop listening to these people who fooled me as well to turn my thoughts off a diamond to try and save money. It was just a waste of time and a lot of shipping money back and forth. Go to your local jeweler and ask to see a moissanite. If you like the color then buy one, but learn from my experience that Asha is not ANY better than a nicely cut CZ. I found out these companies also make money on charging you for the return shipping fee which they actually only paid half or less of. As I have time I will continue to share my views on my findings….especially Asha as I feel they are really misrepresenting themselves to take more money from their customers when the same item exists down the road in their local Target store.
Post # 3
Time to find a new tune… your song is getting old… as this is one you have played already sooooo many times.
I get that you don’t like what you’ve found so far todate in regards to a ring / stone for yourself … but truly it is beginning to look like you have an AGENDA here on WBee
Sooo all up in it about which rings / stones are better / worse than others… and knocking different suppliers, manufacturers, websites and stores.
It is against the Terms of Service here on WBee to belittle other Bees choices.
Post # 4
@This Time Round: agreed.
And its super rude to say that people who dont agree with you or dont agree with the way you put your point across, are stupid. (thankful to the smart bee’s)
You started a thread to call a few people stupid.. wow.
Post # 6
Anyone can just buy whatever they like. Diamonds are beautiful, so is Moissanite and there is some impressive CZ around if that suits. I think that it is totally ok not to like Asha, or Moissy and for some only diamond will do, which is also very OK. I would like to say to the OP, that nobody is really smarter than anybody else, people just make choices that suit them at the time. Sometimes people get CZ with a view to upgrade to diamond at a later stage (let’s face it, price is the biggest downside where diamond is concerned), others choose Moissy because they like fire of Moissy. Each to their own and we should be grateful there is so much choice out there.
Post # 7
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle!
@kenna9444: I think you are confused between Asha (cz) and moissanite (silicon carbide) your post goes back and forth with nomenclature. They are not the same thing…
ETA: which is a little silly, because you say that *we* are uneducated/didn’t do our research.. but I think maybe you should do more research because they are definitely not the same stone…
Post # 8
I’m going to close this thread now, as it’s not in the spirit of Weddingbee to start a thread intended to bash members of our own community. Thanks!