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600x Tuffdisc DVD-R's at UKDVDR for £45.00!!!!!

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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Offer will start on Wednesday 8th July at 12pm midday. Offer Valid until Thursday 9th July at 12pm midday!

As title states ukdvdr are doing 600x tuffdisc branded discs for £45, using this offer will get you free delivery on your entire order.

Equivalent to 7.5p per disc!!!!!!
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#1
http://new.ukdvdr.co.uk/imgosd/0607.jpg
#2
Despite what people say, I've found these a decent media although obviously batch to batch may be different as they are overprints. (Experience from 8x).

At CD-R prices you can't really go wrong!!
#3
Is it ''tuff s**t'' when you get loads of coasters? :-D

I'm not sure, never heard of this brand can anyone else shed some light? Not voted
#4
Kosher.........good discs..........600 of em.......last a lifetime..........:?
#5
used this brand of disc a few years ago - they were fine - no probs
#6
Do people still use write-once media?

I've got piles of blank CDs & DVDs from several years ago, all now gathering dust.
The combination of massive internal hardrives, broadband, usb harddrives/sticks & memory cards has rendered them obsolete for me.
#7
TehJumpingJawa
Do people still use write-once media?

I've got piles of blank CDs & DVDs from several years ago, all now gathering dust.
The combination of massive internal hardrives, broadband, usb harddrives/sticks & memory cards has rendered them obsolete for me.


mos def.
#8
Used to sell Tuff Disc and they are the biggest pile of doo doo I have come across, IMO. If there was one brand of media that would make you dread going in to work when purchasing had bought a 'special' it was Tuff disc we dreaded the guaranteed returns we had on these. Unless I was to have loads of friends round all the time and needed coasters I personally would stay clear

Half Decent price shame about the brand
#9
Bought 100 a while back, now mostly used. Not had any problems so far. Interesting comments about backup and media. I still backup important files on DVD as well as on other hard disks on the network. Also useful for keeping as offsite backups. A lot harder to delete by mistake than on disk backup. I always burn CDs and DVDs slower than the max. Not sure if it still better, but years ago CDs burnt at 1 or 2 x seemed more reliable and easier to read on other machines. My Futitsu Laptop has the nonsense of not liking certain colour CDs. Could not believe what I was seeing until I did a Google and found it was a common problem on that model.
#10
600 DVD-Rs? Someone doing a roaring trade in Wii back ups? :)
#11
Looks like a good price, but why don't most writable DVDs have anywhere good to write on - I've had dark grey ones with a couple of tiny lines to write on, very shiny silver ones with a couple of small lines to write on, and TuffDisk with all kinds of logo all over the place.
To get around this, I stocked up on printable disks but my ip4500 printer has had terminal blocked heads (the 4300 only lasted slightly longer)
#12
In my personal experience UKDVDR suck at customer service.

Sorry, but they do, and still owe me £15.

I will never use them again.
suspended#13
really bad brand!

good discs can be had for around 11p per disc for 16x dvd-r.
#14
If you don't need the 600, it must be more economical to buy them in smaller packs, I've seen 25 -50 boxes of DVD R's go between 8 and 10p a disc.
#15
Bought a batch of 100 of these a few years ago, they were okay short term but I'm finding an extremely high rate of read errors after a year or two (stored properly).

Compared to the verbatim DVD+Rs, which are all good after a couple of years, I bought soon after they're unaccepatable. If you value your data grab the verbatims.
#16
nice one...thanks
#17
There's so many factors that go into making this a bad or good brand. For example, which factory, is used for this particular batch, which dye, which burner they're best on, including make and model. I suppose it's fair to say though that these are 'fussier' than other brands, but it does not necessarily make them cr-ap.
#18
I found the tuffdisks below average for media (not terrible , but in the 'do not buy again' catagory) , and not exactly 'tuff'. also they are excruciatingly ugly , and you cant write on them (maye in tipex tho?)
#19
Anyone know wat these are like to use for wii backups??
#20
TehJumpingJawa

The combination of massive internal hardrives, broadband, usb harddrives/sticks & memory cards has rendered them obsolete for me.


Ditto!
#21
you get what you pay for..................... :(
#22
600 disks is a bit ridiculous for most people
#23
sell 400 on easily get your money back,and 200 discs for nothing
#24
I posted a slightly cheaper deal (£6.99 x 100 DVD-R 16x) for the Rivision overprints a little while back which were much better than these, but the deal was barely tepid as far as heat goes! :p:-D

Everyone was complaing you had to pay postage, and kept pricing the deal as 1 spindle + postage, how stupid was that!? Bulk buy anyone!?

Tuffdisk disk aren't great, but there not as bad as Datasafe!

I reckon this is still a fairly hot deal though :thumbsup:
#25
shadowdogg
600 disks is a bit ridiculous for most people


Most people like you! :p:-D

:whistling:
#26
Bought 100 for £16 two years ago never had a problem and people say verbatim are the best bought 25 for £11 and had loads of disc errrors still have over 15 left rubbish!
#27
I've only ever used Tuff Disc CD-R, but they were useless - I wouldn't touch them again with a bargepole.
#28
shadowdogg
600 disks is a bit ridiculous for most people

Absolutely.
#29
in my experiance tuffdisk are utter crap.

i had 200 of them i bought with a new pc and most of the discs got burn errors.. stay away.
#30
600 discs, at least 300 failures, great value NOT :oops:
#31
bought these a few years back. every single one became a coaster!! i would definitely avoid.
#32
do not buy these! i bought 100 and so far about 40 of them are coasters!! its a complete joke.
#33
Anyone who says these discs are ok know nothing or very little about discs
Have you ever tried to do a disc quality scan on these discs.
but everyone to there own i suppose
#34
these are crap - for wii use ritek, everyone a winner
#35
i really wouldnt buy these, half of them will be coasters, they are hit an miss discs. not really that great of a deal when you can get most decent dvdrs around 10p each

not voted
#36
yep crap brand dont buy if u want them to last. u would be better buying the maxell 16x dvd-r at play for £12.99/100 disks free delivery....
#37
wewontgetfooleda
yep crap brand dont buy if u want them to last. u would be better buying the maxell 16x dvd-r at play for £12.99/100 disks free delivery....


Yeah..gotta agree. bought these the other day, and so far no probs whatsoever!
banned#38
Tuffdisk disks are all just reprinted B grade disks from other okish manufactuers. Ok for backups but I wouldnt get these if you plan to watch films or play games off them.
#39
Ch1ntan
Anyone know wat these are like to use for wii backups??


Don't know about Wii, but certainly found the Tuffdisc mini dvd-r disks were fine for Gamecube backups.
#40
TehJumpingJawa;5678577
Do people still use write-once media?
Yep - to make audio CDs with!

For instance, the choir I administrate: 50 at a time for rehearsals (CD is still much more convenient than anything else, for a lot of people), and 50+ for recordings of concerts.

Why is it that whenever a CD-R offer comes up, someone always only thinks about their capacity for storing data compared with DVDs, and spectacularly misses the point?

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