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150 Maxell DVD-R/DVD+R For £25.98 Delivered!

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150 Maxell DVD-R or DVD+R for £25.98 delivered! Works out at less than 6p per disc! This is on a buy 3 pay for 2 promo with Play.com Must cost them this to post them Read More
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9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago
150 Maxell DVD-R or DVD+R for £25.98 delivered!
Works out at less than 6p per disc!
This is on a buy 3 pay for 2 promo with Play.com
Must cost them this to post them
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#1
6p a disk? Education today. Shocking.
#2
5.773672055 per disc to be exact!:thinking:
#3
Bristle Hound
5.773672055 per disc to be exact!:thinking:

You're certain thats the exact price per disk?
#4
:thinking:
#5
http://www.webmath.com/divide.html

Here maybe this will help. Enter £25.98 in the first box. 150 in the second. Then click divide :D

Edit:

Ok I know the answer is 17.3p per disk. Why does that site give 5.77367?

Its too early im going for coffee!
#6
Lewman
http://www.webmath.com/divide.html

Here maybe this will help. Enter £25.98 in the first box. 150 in the second. Then click divide :D

Edit:

Ok I know the answer is 17.3p per disk. Why does that site give 5.77367?

Its too early im going for coffee!

PMSL:thumbsup: Wierd eh?

A clue.

25.98/3=8.66 (per 50)
8.66/50=17.3 (each)

;-)
#7
Am i missing something here if there 6p a disc then 150 should be £9, I get the price to just over 17p each at 150 for £25.98
#8
Lewman
http://www.webmath.com/divide.html

Here maybe this will help. Enter £25.98 in the first box. 150 in the second. Then click divide :D

Edit:

Ok I know the answer is 17.3p per disk. Why does that site give 5.77367?

Its too early im going for coffee!




That may be because you put 150 in the first box and 2598 in the second box?
#9
Shengis
PMSL:thumbsup: Wierd eh?

A clue.

25.98/3=8.66 (per 50)
8.66/50=17.3 (each)

;-)
#

Awww The dividend goes unde the bar. For a minute there i thought my public school education failed me ;)
#10
Dunno, I used to be good with figures, now i'm lazy and use the Google search box as it knows everything lol.
#11
a review on the site says

I purchased 2 for 3 of these packs of DVD's, it was a good offer at that time. This is suitable for backing up data only.
THESE DVD'S ONLY RECORD UP TO 4.4GB approx. Which sucks if you want to record a full DVD of 4.7GB. It will eject the dvd a message "you don't have enough space" appears.


Is he being a bit mental or do we need to worry about this? I thought all DVD's were the same capacity just either -r or +r?

cheers,
worto.
#12
It's 17p a disc. 25.98/150 = 17.32p per disc surely?!
#13
worto03
a review on the site says

Is he being a bit mental or do we need to worry about this? I thought all DVD's were the same capacity just either -r or +r?

cheers,
worto.


Should be, but I had the same problem with some Mirror discs I bought a couple of years back. For some reason on my Mac (Toast) they were only recognised as 4.4Gb. Think they were OK on my Pioneer (TV) DVD recorder though.

Never had a problem with Maxells - I've bought them using this deal before

SirHugo :thumbsup:
#14
I bought these on the same deal ages ago and they're the best DVD-R's I've ever used. Of course the dye could have changed by now but if not it's a cracking deal.
banned#15
haha love how long it took everyone to figure that maths out
#16
amurfin01
It's 17p a disc. 25.98/150 = 17.32p per disc surely?!

That's correct - I think some comrades are dividing 150 by 25.98. :oops:
#17
Should be, but I had the same problem with some Mirror discs I bought a couple of years back. For some reason on my Mac (Toast) they were only recognised as 4.4Gb. Think they were OK on my Pioneer (TV) DVD recorder though.

Never had a problem with Maxells - I've bought them using this deal before

SirHugo


thanks - just ordered some.
#18
Oooooooooooooopppppppppppppppsssssssssssss - Back to skool for a maths lesson :oops:

PS Must be a cr*p deal as well coz its cold

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