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Gold Testing Kit 10K 14K 18K 22K Silver Platinum

by GTS
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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Product Features

  • Economy Touch Stone included
  • 6 - 0.5 ounce bottles (one of each 10K, 14K, 18K, 22K, Platinum and Silver)
  • Basic instructions included
  • More then 100 tests per bottle
  • Easy to use

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6 New Jewelry Testing Solutions This is a new set of 6 testing solutions. Everything you need to appraise 10k, 14k, 18k, 22k, silver and platinum. These are the finest acids made today. Each bottle has 1/2 fl oz of acid. The sturdy plastic bottles maximize safety and allows the user to easily squeeze out one drop at a time. You receive: One bottle of 10k testing acid One bottle of 14k testing acid One bottle of 18k testing acid One bottle of 22k testing acid One bottle of silver testing acid One bottle of platinum testing acid Acid Test Stone This is a new acid testing stone This stone is used to test 10k, 14k, 18k, 22k platinum and silver Use this stone with acid solutions It measures approximately 1 7/8" x 1 7/8" x 3/16" (47 x 47 x 5 mm)

Customer Reviews

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not pleased with order Jan. 9 2012
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Received the six bottles of gold and metal testing solutions and rubbing stone; however, no instructions came with the kit and have to search online to see how to use this product. Whereas these bottles contain acidic solution, there should be handling instructions for both safety and efficiacy of use. I would be reluctant to refer this product to others, especially where no instructions were included with the order.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great product March 3 2014
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Acids were fresh, worked well, complete kit.
Would recommend.
Use it to check gold content on jewelry bought/found (as I am a metal detector person.. lol)
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By shawn
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Fast delivery..
all bottles labelled as advertised, full with plastic rapped lids.
non leaking.. NO LEAKING.
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3.0 out of 5 stars not bad you did on time June 4 2014
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it's just what ineed but it would be nice to have a guide to know how to use it properly
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2.0 out of 5 stars Great seller, poor product. July 30 2010
By Batcap - Published on
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Please note the review below is from 2010. I might give these a 2nd chance 3 years later, but I eventually moved to an electronic tester and only use acids for silver and (rarely) platinum . . .

I purchased this just a few days ago. EZSell got it to me really fast and in good shape. However I have some problems with this product. It seems that either my acids were old out of the box, or they were terribly mislabeled.

The acids should get stronger as you go up in karat. The 10K acid had no effect on marked 14K - this is correct. the 14K acid bubbled and emmitted a brown cloud over the jewelry. This would indicate that it was mismarked, and lower than 14k gold. I pressed on. the 18K acid only had a mild effect. This would indicate that the bracelet was in fact 18k gold, even though it was only marked 14k and the 14k test and said it was even less than that!. Ok finally I tried the 22k acid. I got a pretty big effect and color change After repeatedly comparing I determined that the 14k acid was stronger than the 22k acid.

So this means Only the 10K acid was properly labeled. The 14k acid was actually 22k strength. The 18k acid was actually 14k. And finally the Acid labeled 22k is actually the 18k acid.

Once I figured that out the kit worked fine. The silver solution worked as it should. I don't have any platinum to test. Next time I'll buy one of the kits with white tops. Stay away from the colored tops. If they couldn't get the acids in the right bottles, how well did they measure the acid mixture?
68 of 70 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Bad Acid Man! Aug. 18 2010
By Austin - Published on
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I should have listen to the review that said the bottles weren't labeled correctly, I hope all who are considering buying now listen to me. These acids are not mixed right!!! Do not buy! I scratched with known and tested 14k gold and the 10 and 14 acid made the gold line disappear. Perhaps as the other review stated the other bottles have the 10 and 14 labeled as 18, 22, silver or platinum but at $1200+ an ounce do I really take a chance? I hope Amazon stops dealing with such an unscrupulous vender.
36 of 39 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Be Careful Aug. 30 2010
By Paul47 - Published on
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We used the test kit to identify a small pile of unmarked gold, sold it on eBay and the customer was satisfied. Next three lots of scrap didn't come out so well. Despite carefully following the (somewhat minimal) instructions that came with the kit, and repeating the test several times, the eBay buyers informed us that we had made a mistake and they wanted their money refunded (naturally we waited until we received the returns and made absolutely certain the buyers had returned the exact same items sold.) Besides the obvious "all that glitters is not gold", we learned that it takes lots of practice and possibly even expert instruction to test gold.
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Maybe you should tell people it's an electroplate test, you think? Sept. 23 2011
By Susan Bourque - Published on
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Maybe the seller should actually go to sell a piece or gold or two after testing, they perform an entirely different test. They scratch the piece and place the acid directly onto the piece if it bubbles then it is electroplate, if it rolls off then it is Gold as marked, really how can you just scratch the surface of anything and tell if it is actually pure or not, especially onto a black stone and be expected to tell what color its changing. What a waste of time and money not to mention the amount that was charged to ship, more expensive than the kit itself. Don't buy this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars something is not right Nov. 23 2010
By Masterscan - Published on
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I find the acid gold test to be wrong, they maybe mislabeled but i have no time for games , this was a total waste of my time and money i hope this seller gets it act together. This is the big league and people have money on the line .
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