120 Bluray Blank Printable Ritek Discs for £199.81 incl p&p @ Opitical- Disc (£1.39 each) - HotUKDeals
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Bargain imo for Bluray Disks

even though you have to buy 120 disks its still a bargain imo

Can anyone beat this price for a decent brand

Ritek are a great brand and u hardly get coasters. Only VERBATIMS are better but they come at a premium price
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#1
total price is £199.81 including delivery.

not £1.39
#2
As Zurich states it is £1.39 per disc excluding VAT and delivery, so maybe if it could be changed to £1.67 each.

Total price for 120 discs incl VAT and delivery is £199.81

Voted hot because that is a great price per unit, but comes across as a whopping amount to stump up in one go.
#3
What are you gonna use them for?:?
#4
They're not even £1.39 each when you divide the total cost, it works out to £1.59 each before delivery.

Good price, but this deal is completely misleading. They've got good prices in general actually.

edit: minimum order of £50 as well, so ordering a few is out of the question.

cheapskate58
What are you gonna use them for?:?



Backing up those £170 2TB drives. :P
#5
Good individual price but who the hell would spend 200quid on them in one go?? Actually don't answer that...
#6
krato
Good individual price but who the hell would spend 200quid on them in one go?? Actually don't answer that...


Whoever uses them and has the money :thinking:

Buy in bulk, save in the long run I say.
#7
good price shame i dont have a blu ray burner
#8
Decent brand? Can you point me to a link on the web for a review or something? It's just I've never heard of this brand.
#9
reakt
Decent brand? Can you point me to a link on the web for a review or something? It's just I've never heard of this brand.


You've never hard of Ritek.

With DVD+/-R disks Ritek some years back were excellent, their G03 media disks were very good.

From memory, the G04 were good too, but not as good as the G03, but then out came the GO5 and these were very unreliable indeed and now Ritek have got a somewhat of a bad name to them.

Their Dual layer media isn't good too.
#11
Good if you and about 10 mates need some BR discs!
#12
Good price but rather stupid deal just because of the amount you have to buy to take advantage of the price.
#13
I say wait, there's not really any need for writeable blu-rays at the moment (especially not 120 in one go), and when there will be, the price will drop significantly anyway.
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cas398;5573365

Buy in bulk, save in the long run I say.



Not if the price has fallen drastically by the time you come to use most of them.
#15
They are still so expensive. Will give it a miss and wait for the price to drop.
#16
cheapskate58
What are you gonna use them for?:?


Carboot sales me thinks :whistling:
#17
cas398
Whoever uses them and has the money :thinking:

Buy in bulk, save in the long run I say.


I hear that Long John Sliver has remained relatively unaffected by the credit crunch :p
#18
Good link for BD Rebuilder, tool for shrinking 50GB Blu-ray discs onto 25GB BD-R's:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716

Turn your Blu-rays into DVD quality LOL!
#19
cheapskate58;5572413
What are you gonna use them for?:?


WG47;5572435
Backing up those £170 2TB drives. :P


It'd be quicker to backup, cheaper and more accessible to just buy another 2TB drive. Besides the 2TB drive will hold its price for way longer than any disc - I remember just a couple of years ago on launch, a single blank Bluray sold for £20 in PC world, I think. You could probably get a lifetimes worth of blank dvds or several years worth of dual-layer discs for this price.

Voted cold because of bulk.
#20
Janikous
It'd be quicker to backup, cheaper and more accessible to just buy another 2TB drive. Besides the 2TB drive will hold its price for way longer than any disc - I remember just a couple of years ago on launch, a single blank Bluray sold for £20 in PC world, I think. You could probably get a lifetimes worth of blank dvds or several years worth of dual-layer discs for this price.

Voted cold because of bulk.


can't compare blu-ray disk to hard drive for backups. they aren't really comparable if you do archiving.

actually dual layers per megabyte cost almost the same if not more if you are looking at good quality media.

not voted hot or cold.
#21
I think this would suit Knock Off Nigel perfectly
#22
frakison
Carboot sales me thinks :whistling:


Can't be worth the effort, surely. After going to the effort of making them - (4x writing speed!), you've got to find mug punters with blu-ray players prepared to pay over the odds.....

Maybe I'm answering my own point!:p

Waste of money really.
#23
i guess someone could sell them singley for like £4 each, just get a cheap case to sell em in :)
#24
still less than half price per disk than any other brand

yeh you have to buy 120

but for archivers it rules.

why burn 5 disks when one will do

yeh its expensive but im sure what your burning is worth more than £2.

Overall this is the cheapest i have found them anywhere.

Everything falls in price at one point but i dont expect bluray disks to become cheaper than £1 anytime soon

As for a 2tb external hdd....not the same as disks.
#25
These are useful for archiving all yout DVD5's to save space in wallets, but thats about it at the moment, until decent priced dual layer blanks become available. Blu-ray writers are already a pretty good price and one of these single layers BD's = over 5 DVD5's.

they are not really any good for backing up actual BD movies as most movies are dual layer discs so will need much work to fit.
#26
If you think Riteks are good, buy this deal and see if the discs work in a couple of years! :x
#27
wonder how many coasters you will get from this bunch , still good price for bulk
#28
My God 200.00 for 120 discs. Ritek are good but I think I will stick to my 100 dvd-r's for a tenner. Just think Blu-Ray discs will be that sort of price one day. You be better off investing in an HD media player for 120.00 and downloading your Blu-Ray films onto that.
#29
GDB2222
Not if the price has fallen drastically by the time you come to use most of them.
#30
sim11
wonder how many coasters you will get from this bunch , still good price for bulk


That would be my main worry :-D
banned#31
These are second-rate Ritek and therefore not suitable for archiving anything for longer than a few months.
Cold
#32
cas398
Buy in bulk, save in the long run I say.


If blu-ray is even around in the long run...

I think it's a bad format, people don't need yet another optical media, legalised downloads are the way to go, forget "High Definition", most people can't even see the difference anyway...legal divx downloads are the way to go ;-). All this HD/Blu-Ray stuff is just another rip off to make people buy the same thing again or pay more for satellite services.

Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?
#33
GDB2222
Not if the price has fallen drastically by the time you come to use most of them.


I doubt someone would be buying 200 discs if they're only going to use 10 over the next month, that's what you call stupidity.
#34
dar72
If blu-ray is even around in the long run...

I think it's a bad format, people don't need yet another optical media, legalised downloads are the way to go, forget "High Definition", most people can't even see the difference anyway...legal divx downloads are the way to go ;-). All this HD/Blu-Ray stuff is just another rip off to make people buy the same thing again or pay more for satellite services.

Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?


What the heck are you talkinh about, who asked for a ****ing media lecture?

Everyone has their own opinions on different media forms.

Only **** bags can't see the difference between a good HD movie and a SD movie. Fact.

Did I ever say digital media was any less "convenient" than the physical form? No.

People like you amaze me.
#35
What's got up your rear end then?:?
#36
cheapskate58
What's got up your rear end then?:?


Sorry, I can't stand people talking absolute crap.

Don't take it personally :thumbsup:
#37
dar72
Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?


If I pay for a CD or a DVD, then i want a physical copy of it, i want something to see with my money, an d something that won't get lost when it accidentally gets deleted. Digital Media? No thanks
#38
The digital vs physical arguement isn't really necessary here, that is my point.

This is a Blu-Ray deal for people who obviously want discs for whatever reason, so I really don't see the point in banging on about the joys of digital :?
#39
dar72
If blu-ray is even around in the long run...

I think it's a bad format, people don't need yet another optical media, legalised downloads are the way to go, forget "High Definition", most people can't even see the difference anyway...legal divx downloads are the way to go ;-). All this HD/Blu-Ray stuff is just another rip off to make people buy the same thing again or pay more for satellite services.

Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?


are you blind? high definition is a massive step up from dvd nevermind divx. watch a 1080p bluray an a decent tv then watch a dvd or divx and you will see the difference.
#40
how much is a good blu-ray burner,and which model etc? never looked in to it,

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