Hot Diamonds has become something of a desire brand in recent years. After widespread marketing campaigns and product placement, Hot Diamonds have become renowned for their glamorous, stylish jewellery – in particular their range of diamond rings. Hot Diamonds might not be as expensive as some traditional jewellers but it is nevertheless a top-end brand for most consumer ring buyers. As such, diamond ring buyers the world over are becoming increasingly more interested in realising a saving on their Hot Diamond rings without having to sacrifice on the quality side.
Hot Diamonds Online
Hot Diamonds have their own website, but they also have a diverse distribution channel of jewellers up and down the country. Whilst brand prices do tend to be relatively fixed, it is possible for find a retailer willing to sacrifice his margin in order to pass on a saving to the consumer. Particularly when sold on the internet, there is increased scope to offer discounts based on the lower marginal operating costs sustained by the retailer. With a bit of shopping around, it’s pretty easy to find the lowest price available on the Internet.
Flawed Stones: Cheaper Rings, Same Appearance
Flawed or small stones are staggeringly cheaper than others. What’s more, they don’t necessarily look any worse appearance-wise. There’s a great deal of snobbery surrounding diamonds and their clarity and size, but for the average wedding ring there’s no need to get involved in all that. By simply opting for a smaller or less clear stone you can shave a great deal off the price of your diamond ring and look for something with an improved-quality band and stone housing.
Financing Your Ring
The perpetual question – how to pay for it all. Hot Diamonds don’t tend to break the bank, and most of their ranges are affordable. However for those living at the edge of their means, there are a number of potential financing methods available. Third party financing agreements are usually less expensive than store or retailer credit so this may be the best route to go down. Alternatively there are hire purchase agreements which can be negotiated with a number of Hot Diamond distributors to help stagger payments, although it’s wise to bear in mind that these do tend to be somewhat more costly in the long run.