Phoenix Moissanite H&A rounds - video!

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HI all,
I'm happy to show a Phoenix Moissanite H&A round in sunlight! Phoenix H&A is our maximum value brand, with about 80-85% the beauty of an Amora Eternity (and comparable or better than Forever One Moissanite) but at half the cost.
Phoenix is designed to offer an ideal upgrade from CZ in terms of beauty and offer a true diamond look.

We've consumer tested these against the Forever One Moissanite and customers were unable to distinguish which is which (100% could id the Amora Eternity for comparison), but our Phoenix is only $225/ct on average vs. $400-$600/ct for Forever One.

Phoenix Moissanite H&A Rounds

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#2
Sorry if this is a dumb question... but what is the difference between these and forever one moissanites? How are they so much less... and are they the same hardness?
 

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Sorry if this is a dumb question... but what is the difference between these and forever one moissanites? How are they so much less... and are they the same hardness?
They are the same thing effectively, though Phoenix has better facet edges (sharper).

Price difference is not supporting the profit margin for the resellers, and also the large advertising budget Charles and Colvard has.

Yes, same hardness.

Hope that helps!
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Does the Phoenix Moissanites stay white in all kinds of weather conditions, for example, does it turn snotty or strange color green in cloudy, rainy skies? They look very pretty. And since you aren't doing Amoras in fancy shapes anymore, and if I ever get enough money saved to buy a shape I don't have, I guess this would be an acceptable substitute, but, just wondering about the "moodiness" of it. Thanks for coming out with great stuff for us.
 

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Does the Phoenix Moissanites stay white in all kinds of weather conditions, for example, does it turn snotty or strange color green in cloudy, rainy skies? They look very pretty. And since you aren't doing Amoras in fancy shapes anymore, and if I ever get enough money saved to buy a shape I don't have, I guess this would be an acceptable substitute, but, just wondering about the "moodiness" of it. Thanks for coming out with great stuff for us.
Hi DASTardlyGal - the Phoenix stays' absolutely white. This is not the old type Moissanite, which would definitely fluctuate esp under cloudy skies or other low light conditions.
It's very close to Amora, maybe 90+% of the beauty of an Amora, so it's an outstanding option which is why we are offering it :)
Hope that helps!
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Hi DASTardlyGal - the Phoenix stays' absolutely white. This is not the old type Moissanite, which would definitely fluctuate esp under cloudy skies or other low light conditions.
It's very close to Amora, maybe 90+% of the beauty of an Amora, so it's an outstanding option which is why we are offering it :)
Hope that helps!
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It certainly does help, Less. Thank you so much.
 
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