Diamond Nexus

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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4478 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I don’t, but if you’re considering buying from them, I wouldn’t do it.  They’ve got a reputation for shadiness, and it’s well earned.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee

Oh lordy lordy dont do it. I was all set for themand then found out how damn SHADY their business practicess are. And the company is run by a convicted felon (convicted for FRAUD btw). I can’t support any company that lies about what their product actually IS, that’s totally messed up.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee

Oh lordy lordy dont do it. I was all set for themand then found out how damn SHADY their business practicess are. And the company is run by a convicted felon (convicted for FRAUD btw). I can’t support any company that lies about what their product actually IS, that’s totally messed up.

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I’ve gotta agree 100% with @abirdword: ; unfortunately, it’s been proven over and over again that all they’re selling is overpriced CZs not a ‘man made diamond’ like I know they had been stating for awhile, how they continue to get away with this is beyond me.

*NOTE I have nothing against CZs at all, but I don’t believe they should be bought under false pretences, and certainly not for their incredibly overpriced prices. 
 

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I have to agree with the others.

 

I am a fan of calling a spade a spade and a cz a cz. These people are liars, marketing a cheap stone as a lab made diamond.

 

Seriously, if you want a stunning alternative to diamond go Moissanite or Asha.

Post # 8
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4109 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

Do a search here for other threads regarding this company & read everything else you can find on them if considering ordering. Long story short, I wouldn’t do it.

Post # 10
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Newbee

I just got engaged a few weeks ago, with a Diamond Nexus ring. I was worried about buying from them, but I have never seen moissanite in person, and I really liked DN’s customer service.

I love my ring, and it looks exactly like a diamond in person.  I hope it holds up well over time. If it doesn’t, I will be pretty bummed, but they have a lifetime guarantee on their products, so they’ll fix or replace anything for free.  

 

Anyway, here’s my new sparkly:

.84 carat equivalents, white gold, size 4.5 finger

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I’ve never seen a diamond nexus ring, so I can’t comment on their quality.  I have seen posts both on here and other boards that have horrible reviews, but everyone has a different opinion.  I looked into them a few years back when Darling Husband1 wanted to upgrade my original ring, and I didn’t like that they marketed their stones as ‘man made diamonds’ or what have you…actual man made diamonds are almost as expensive as mined diamonds and aren’t available in larger sizes to my knowledge.  I have nothing against CZ, I wear mine proudly, but it’s wrong to mislead your customers. 

As far as their prices for CZ go, I will say that if you’re buying a CZ of any quality in a gold or platinum setting, you’re going to pay a lot more than you would for sterling silver which is pretty cheap, considering.  Even Ziamond rings are extremely expensive and the ones I’ve seen IRL are terrible, but that’s just my opinion. 

Post # 12
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2013

I joined wedding bees to warn you all about Diamond nexus! I got my ring in feb and was all about diamond nexus, I told my fiancé to get a loose stone from there instead of a diamond and i didnt want to feed the conflict and rediculous mark up of diamonds. Ive had NOTHING but problems with it. It looked good for thE first week. Then it got cloudy.it has to be scrubbed twice per day at least. It looks pretty when it’s clean but if it’s not super clean it’s horribly cheap looking. But the WORSE part about this stone is the size. It is so much heavier than diamond that the “carat” weight does not make any sense. It is cut all wrong which mean it could not fit into the very expensive setting we bought from a jeweler. The diamond nexus “3ct” actually has a table size of about a 5 ct diamond which makes it even more fake looking. The jeweler couldn’t get te stone into the setting with out replacing the basket with would totally change the look of the beautiful setting. So he offered to extend the basket arms ( so they’d be long enough to hug the stone) but he warned the setting would be much less stable. Sure enough a month later te stone fell out while I was at church! I was crawling between aisles looking for it … The priest must have thought I was crazy. When I had it put back in the setting it chipped! I called diamond nexus to return it and they would NOT honor ANY warranty! This product is pretty for a necklas or earrings but NOT something you wear everyday. I am so frustrated I had my jeweler show me real 3 ct diamonds and I think I’m just going to spend the 48000. But honestly I wasn’t crazy about the diamond either … It was a perfect stone but it lacked the ton of sparkle I want. I have pics of both the real 3ct and the diamond nexus but I don’t know how to post them from my iphone. I hope this helps someone! 

Post # 13
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2013

Also diamond nexus stones have been tested in several labs and have NO trace of anything other than Zr. They are NOT coated in sapphire nor enhanced in anyway. DiamOnd nexus is a scam.They are pretty cz but know that they are just cz.

Post # 14
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2013

 

Post # 15
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2013

 

Post # 16
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2013

First pic is a diamond nexus 3ct on a platinum and natural diamond setting Size 4 finger. Second pic is a real 3 ct natural diamond grade g colorless,perfect ideal cut, ,48000 wholesale

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