Just saw a post earlier that was a perfect chance to put RingExplorer to use and wanted to show the process here as a preview of how RingExplorer is shaping up.
User question on finding a specific ring:
My girlfriend's ideal ring would be the Tiffany setting with 4-prongs instead of 6. I have been trying to find a good imitation of the Tiffany ring for weeks but all the good ones have 6-prongs.
I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction. I am looking at both platinum and white-gold (but would prefer platinum if the price is right).
Thus, since this is exactly why we are building RingExplorer (so you can find your ring in seconds and not weeks of laboring through site after site), I did the search on RingExplorer and this is how it went:
1 - Enter Search:
2 - 2 results (tooltips don't show in the screenshot, but basically two rings returned, one is 2mm thickness, the other is 2.5mm thick which is clarified when you mouse over):
Also, note the left panel - RE has automatically filled out how it interpreted your query, so you can then modify it if you like based on results (i.e. if you wanted to add in 6 prongs as well, you can just check that and hit search again to refilter).
3 - Click on details of the ring (in this case, the 2.5mm thick one)
4 - Check reviews (still in progress, titles are missing for example)
5 - Click on order info to get more info or purchase!
We're hoping to have the first public showing of RingExplorer.com in about two weeks.
Hope that gives you a preview of the future of finding rings on the web