Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) September 5, 2007
Abazias Diamonds (OTCBB:ABZA) recently released an exciting video in which a real diamond engagement ring is shredded in a blender. In this exclusive video, the viewer is given a brief overview of a diamond's solidity and then watches as the diamond ring is crushed into fine dust particles.
Diamonds are traditionally known to be one of the hardest substances in the world. Using a high-powered blender by Blendtec, infamous for being able to blend virtually anything, Abazias tests this theory successfully. The results that ensued are more than noteworthy, and Abazias was able to capture it all on video.
Abazias wanted to try a fun way to answer the age old question of whether you can crack or break a diamond. The video shows that, although diamonds are the hardest substance on earth, they are vulnerable to impacts, which is why care should always be taken when having your stone mounted - or even wearing your ring during particularly rough activities.
Abazias Diamonds has created a strong customer following based on customer service and site innovations that let shoppers design their own engagement ring. In addition to delivering quality diamonds at wholesale prices, Abazias is also a full-service jeweler offering a large selection of settings for stones purchased.
Abazias showcases over 100,000 diamonds, valued at over $1 billion on its website. Most of Abazias.com's diamonds are GIA, AGS or EGL certified. Abazias offers the "Couples Diamond®" which is required to meet even higher standards for cut, clarity and dimensions. Abazias is also a full-service jeweler offering a large selection of settings for stones purchased. For more information about Abazias, visit the company's website at http://www.abazias.com.
You can also view the Diamond Blending video in its entirety by following this link: http://www.abazias.com/video/diamond_ring_in_a_blender.asp.
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