120 x blu-Ray RiTEK (Pidata) Inkjet Printable Discs for £150 ex.Vat (£1.25 Ea.), £180.49 Inc. VAT & Del @ Optical-Disc - HotUKDeals
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120 x blu-Ray RiTEK (Pidata) Inkjet Printable Discs for £150 ex.Vat (£1.25 Ea.), £180.49 Inc. VAT & Del @ Optical-Disc

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More for bulk buy purposes or trade? **Cheapest Online. Think this is the best price online currently, it was on here a couple of months ago and got very hot, now reduced in price even more! Good for…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
More for bulk buy purposes or trade? **Cheapest Online.
Think this is the best price online currently, it was on here a couple of months ago and got very hot, now reduced in price even more! Good for those who have blu-ray burners.

£150 ex.Vat, £172.50 inc. Vat.

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RITEK Blu-ray Disc series are the revolutionized blank media using blue-violet laser to record either high-definition (HD) video or multiple Gigabytes data archiving. Using RITEK’s exclusive FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System) and sophisticated production know-how can bring next generation products at the shortest time frame with reasonable pricing. People will enjoy High-Definition TV programs with RITEK Blu-ray Disc series.
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#1
Well +VAT and delivery its £180.49 so £1.50 a disk. So not bad if you need 120 disks.
#2
wow these have came down.
#3
KiNG
wow these have came down.


+1 :thumbsup:

Well +VAT and delivery its £180.49 so £1.50 a disk. So not bad if you need 120 disks.


As said on the top, its more suited for bulk buy or trade. But Im expecting someone who buys a blu-ray burner would want a fair amount of bluray disc's. When DL-burners came out i had soo many things to burn.
#4
Hi-def movies at car boot sales for a fiver a time here we come, lol
#5
anewman;6108620
Hi-def movies at car boot sales for a fiver a time here we come, lol


Fiver is too much when so many 2nd hand blurays are £5 in CEX
#6
Bad enough not including the P+P in the title but leaving out the VAT:x WTF:whistling:
#7
Geemac
Bad enough not including the P+P in the title but leaving out the VAT:x WTF:whistling:



Sorry I didnt realise if it had P&P :? assumed it did. as for Vat, i would assume some people would want ex vat for trade purposes :thinking: since I would imagine not everyone of the bog standard house hold family would want to buy 120 blu-ray disc's.... But again i could be wrong :whistling:

Edit: I've put inc vat ex vat on the 3rd line of description. I would've thought a substantial purchase like this would require more than just looking at the title before making a decision.......
#8
Inquisitor
Sorry I didnt realise if it had P&P :? assumed it did. as for Vat, i would assume some people would want ex vat for trade purposes :thinking: since I would imagine not everyone of the bog standard house hold family would want to buy 120 blu-ray disc's.... But again i could be wrong :whistling:

Edit: I've put inc vat ex vat on the 3rd line of description. I would've thought a substantial purchase like this would require more than just looking at the title before making a decision.......



The price should always include VAT :thumbsup:
#9
Geemac
The price should always include VAT :thumbsup:


Hmm.. Ok, changed, but i still feel that this is still more of an interest of trade people than the standard household. :stocking:
#10
Inquisitor
Hmm.. Ok, changed, but i still feel that this is still more of an interest of trade people than the standard household. :stocking:


You really know how to sell your posts don't you ;-)
banned#11
£1.50 per disc is not cheap when you can buy 10-pks Aone from Scan for the same or slightly more for 10-pk Riteks. Blu-Ray blanks are dropping because the Taiwanese wants in on the action when it takes off. The Aones are OK for data and movies too but as to long term retention, nobody except the manufacturers know and they won't be telling until someone got them by the gonads and squeeze really hard and even then, only a squeak might be heard. Greed is about the business of justification and little else.
#12
Wil be great when the dual layer 50gb discs hit this price!

Only then will you be able to do a standard 1:1 "backup" of all your Blu-Ray movies without compressing the video (which sort of defeats the object of HD!)

Until then I think i'll hold off paying £100+ for a Blu-Ray writer for now :)
#13
I just don't see the point. Unless you're a shop owner selling these or something. OR unless you have ridiculous requirements for backing up data, in which case external hard drives are still the way to go.

This is not a good deal at all. Just because something is cheap does not mean you need to buy thousands of it. Ever heard of false economy?
#14
MadonnaProject
I just don't see the point. Unless you're a shop owner selling these or something. OR unless you have ridiculous requirements for backing up data, in which case external hard drives are still the way to go.

This is not a good deal at all. Just because something is cheap does not mean you need to buy thousands of it. Ever heard of false economy?


your point of posting is.. :?? by your definition, if you think its not useful to you therefore its not a good deal. hmm..

AS SAID IN THE ORIGINAL POST:
"More for bulk buy purposes or trade? **Cheapest Online.
Think this is the best price online currently, it was on here a couple of months ago and got very hot, now reduced in price even more! Good for those who have blu-ray burners.
"
suspended#15
Sadly deals like this will be cold for the majority of HUKD until it's feasible to download ps3 game or blurays on a standard connection, the site seems to be full of pirates :(

Not voted :)
#16
Each one has 25GB, 120 of them is 120 x 25 = 3 TB

For £180 you can buy 3 x 1TB USB disks, you get the same amount of space but in a hard disk, much quicker, less space, rewritable...
#17
"businesses" that bulk buy blank blu-ray are not usually VAT registered :D
#18
gelilloabad
Each one has 25GB, 120 of them is 120 x 25 = 3 TB

For £180 you can buy 3 x 1TB USB disks, you get the same amount of space but in a hard disk, much quicker, less space, rewritable...


HDD lifespan ~10 years (or in some cases 3 months lol)
CD/DVD/Bluray media lifespan ~15-25 years.

Next.........
#19
At work we need to download HD video footage. A 45 minute file is over 10GB and we have to use read only media and also create a backup. Blu ray disks are the only option we have, so this is a great offer. Voted HOT HOT HOT!!!!
#20
http://www.comedy.org.uk/images/library/people/180x200/f/fonejacker_chinese_gang.jpg

Dis is wery hort deal, especially when I film film from back ov cinema for school projet.

Wana buy Bluray DVD
#21
racist much?
#22
alternate
racist much?


It's from a TV programme called Fonejacker :thumbsup:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKwaeXE9pcU

I'd like to buy some doovdes, as I've got a new TV thats ready for the hud
#23
benwoodcock
Sadly deals like this will be cold for the majority of HUKD until it's feasible to download ps3 game or blurays on a standard connection, the site seems to be full of pirates :(

Not voted :)


The world is full or pirates mate, cross my palm with silver or walk the plank :)
#24
Inquisitor
HDD lifespan ~10 years (or in some cases 3 months lol)
CD/DVD/Bluray media lifespan ~15-25 years.

Next.........


Cd/DVD/Blu Ray 25 years? What planet are you from. The reason HDD fail sometimes is because people use them.

Your argument assumes that the DVD etc only comes out to be watched what, say 10 times max in its life. If you only used the HDD 10 times it would last a lot longer than 10 years my pedigree chum.

Further more a HDD installed in a tower would last a lot longer than a DVD being taken out of box, put in a dvd drive etc...

NEXT....
#25
bmouthboyo
Cd/DVD/Blu Ray 25 years? What planet are you from. The reason HDD fail sometimes is because people use them.

Your argument assumes that the DVD etc only comes out to be watched what, say 10 times max in its life. If you only used the HDD 10 times it would last a lot longer than 10 years my pedigree chum.

Further more a HDD installed in a tower would last a lot longer than a DVD being taken out of box, put in a dvd drive etc...

NEXT....


HDD fails because its electronics, DVD/CD fails because it gets physically scratched. Im talking about material degradation. Think about cassette tapes vs vinyl, magnetic dents vs actual dents on the disc. Even if they are both write once, magnetic dents will always degrade or lose its form sooner than physical dents. :gift:

You younger generation people dont realise HDD's are quite fragile in space and time. I've recently dug out my 10yr old audio cd's and reminise and they are still in perfect quality, Im sure in another 10yrs they'll be just as good now.
#26
hippo99
It's from a TV programme called Fonejacker :thumbsup:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKwaeXE9pcU

I'd like to buy some doovdes, as I've got a new TV thats ready for the hud


ah, fair enough

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