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AOne 8x Double Layer Branded 50 (5x10 Cake) for £14.59 Delivered. @ Buytech

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Not entering any debates about Aone v Verbs. These are good for some, not for others. They are £2.46 per 10 + £2.29 Delivery per order so £4.75 for 10. So 10 can probably be bought slightly cheaper… Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Not entering any debates about Aone v Verbs. These are good for some, not for others.

They are £2.46 per 10 + £2.29 Delivery per order so £4.75 for 10. So 10 can probably be bought slightly cheaper.
But buy 50 and it comes out at £14.59 delivered, cheapest by quite a bit methinks.
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#1
are these the old a ones.. or the new crappy a one premiums??
#2
Frankenstein
are these the old a ones.. or the new crappy a one premiums??


Not sure tbh, they look like they always have to me.
Can't see any mention of 'premium'.
#3
Just ordered some thanks
#4
Good price for lots of discs/coaters but I'll stick with verbs.
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simate
Good price for lots of discs/coaters but I'll stick with verbs.


What is wrong with you? Can't you help it? I said [COLOR="Red"]'good for some, not for others[/COLOR]', meaning these work fine for some people (me included), and it's these people the deal is aimed at! It's a shame for you that you have to pay £10 min for 10 of yours when we only have to pay £3 for 10 of ours but there it is.
Mind you, I said I wasn't entering any debates so........
#6
Interesting offer, and an interesting site that I didn't know about, so double thanks.
#7
deek72
What is wrong with you? Can't you help it? I said [COLOR="Red"]'good for some, not for others[/COLOR]', meaning these work fine for some people (me included), and it's these people the deal is aimed at! It's a shame for you that you have to pay £10 min for 10 of yours when we only have to pay £3 for 10 of ours but there it is.
Mind you, I said I wasn't entering any debates so........


hnr :thumbsup:
#8
simate
Good price for lots of discs/coaters but I'll stick with verbs.


I'll stick with Verbs too. My experience with these discs is they appear fine when first burnt, but fail to play 6 months later.
#9
urbans01
I'll stick with Verbs too. My experience with these discs is they appear fine when first burnt, but fail to play 6 months later.


Ive burnt over 50 backups... they all play well... the earliest one was about 18 months ago.

regardless... this is still the best value way to get 50 a ones.
#10
urbans01
I'll stick with Verbs too. My experience with these discs is they appear fine when first burnt, but fail to play 6 months later.


That may or may not be true, can't say I've noticed, but how many games are you still playing 6 months on? Ok, there are smoe - GTA4, Fallout, Forza 3 (won't be long now!!) and for these, then fine, use a Verb, but for the rest? No point in spending loads on discs for games that you may not play much.

Oh no! I'm doing it again!

I'll just say if you use Aones now, then this is a pretty good price.

That's it.

BTW, Verb 8x aren't bad either at £10.33 for 10!!
#11
been using aones at least a yr now. never had one that wont work... though i keep my discs in good condition
#12
these were great ffor me too but only for about 2 years then they start failing.

good price but i would also recommend verbs if people are using them for what i think they are
#13
just ordered,
ive had verbs fail after arround a year,ive been using these ages,with out any problems'
theres always going to be people saying just use verbs bla, bla ,bla.
#14
Frankenstein
Ive burnt over 50 backups... they all play well... the earliest one was about 18 months ago.

regardless... this is still the best value way to get 50 a ones.


Its not as they where £2.74 for 10 on scan the other day and have been a few times so if you get free P+P thats cheaper, to those who bang on about verbs i always use to use verbs and still have a 10 tub but have been using Aones for 2 years and they are fine, only ever had around 4 coasters out of 100's and its the same for everyone I know so your talking rubbish If your happy to pay 4x the price for your discs carry on but dont try and blame the media as its not try blaming yourself for trying to burn 360 games at 8x on a rubbish drive.:whistling:
#15
Thanks for the heads up on this one,just ordered :thumbsup: heat and rep added

After ordering there's only 3 left in stock now!
#16
wow awesome deal ... HOT
#17
I was paying about £27 for a 25 pack of verbs but when you can get these at about £3.50 for a tub of 10 with free delivery at Scan you cant help yourself :thumbsup:

These work great, Ive never had any issues with them and ive burnt hundreds.....I ALWAYS burn them at 2.4 speed and nobody ever has any issues with them :whistling:
#18
They seem to work quite well for video, I use them for AVCHD and they work a treat in the PS3 most of the time.
#19
:thumbsup: Cheers, excellent deal.
#20
polly69
Its not as they where £2.74 for 10 on scan the other day and have been a few times so if you get free P+P thats cheaper, to those who bang on about verbs i always use to use verbs and still have a 10 tub but have been using Aones for 2 years and they are fine, only ever had around 4 coasters out of 100's and its the same for everyone I know so your talking rubbish If your happy to pay 4x the price for your discs carry on but dont try and blame the media as its not try blaming yourself for trying to burn 360 games at 8x on a rubbish drive.:whistling:


the best value deal.. RIGHT NOW then.

agree with you on the people that spent 4x the money... i would recomend keeping the iso backed up... so what if it fails after 2 years? if you are even playing the same games after 2 years you can just burn them again. but very unlikely that you will touch the same game after 2 years... with everything moving so fast.
#21
looks like they're out of stock.
#22
got these at scan for £2.75 a pack of ten..............................good price, but not including delivery, if you stock up though ;


and for all the verb *****s out there.

ive never had any more or less coasters from these discs as opposed to when i used verbs, i basically get none, apart fro the odd bad burn, 1 in say every 50 discs.

just because you use verbs wont necessarily stop you from getting a coaster, why not try buying a new writer for £20 and format your system and do a fresh install inatead of blaming the discs. and yes verbs will have moderately more reflectivity that these cheaper brand discs but i mean cmon, theres a lot of factors involved with burning a coaster or a duff disk, media x write speed x software x hardware x firmware x operating system x greedy system resources x end device x optical reader x firmware x brand and last but not least X by the idiot using the pc in the first place, now i`m no mathematician but taking into account all the variables i would say your bloody lucky to burn a decent disk no matter what media you use.......................


lets get real eh, for the amount of money your saving over original games *cough* what the worry.

and trust me for those that say cheap disks burn your laser out, i`m yet to see any hard evidence that they do infact burn your laser out any faster, one media over another , being a repair technician for the last 14 years, and working specifically on games console for the last 8 years..........................
#23
It's not really the PC that they may not work on, i've had Aone disks work fine on a Benq drive but they not read on a Sammy drive so it could be down to what drives people have in their box
#24
http://www.buytech.co.uk/product.php?productid=216444 buy these for an extra 12p per cake >>> Still a good buy?
#25
Mr Hunter
It's not really the PC that they may not work on, i've had Aone disks work fine on a Benq drive but they not read on a Sammy drive so it could be down to what drives people have in their box


i understand where your coming from man, i have test disks wrote on these media and they work for me on every drive, new old or indifferent, i use them to test repaired drives etc etc.


for any recording i use

imgburn
these media
4x write speed
pioneer 216 (or any pioneer drive)
latest firmware

make sure pc is not doing anything labour intensive whilst recording (although on my system i have no problems doing whatever on it whilst recroding.)


i`m not arguing with anyone , i`m just saying that i have never had issue with these disks whatsoever.......
#26
urbans01
I'll stick with Verbs too. My experience with these discs is they appear fine when first burnt, but fail to play 6 months later.


I don't know how that can be the case with this particular media.

They're made by Ritek using a Ricoh stamper/formulation. Most likely B-grade/old stamper media but if they write at all they should last as long as any other Ricoh-based product.

My problem with this kind of media has always been whether they write in the first place. They're not like CMCs that suffer from bit-rot after a few months.
#27
[QUOTE=pc5020]I was paying about £27 for a 25 pack of verbs but when you can get these at about £3.50 for a tub of 10 with free delivery at Scan you cant help yourself :thumbsup:/ [QUOTE]

how do you get the free delivery ?

cheers
#28
[QUOTE=baronvon;6555064][QUOTE=pc5020]I was paying about £27 for a 25 pack of verbs but when you can get these at about £3.50 for a tub of 10 with free delivery at Scan you cant help yourself :thumbsup:/


how do you get the free delivery ?

cheers



i think member of avforums with a certain amount of posts do buddy, not sure but i think thats the method, not bad for me, only 20 miles away and i enjoy the drive................
#29
baronvon


how do you get the free delivery at Scan?

cheers


thecheekymonkey



i think member of avforums with a certain amount of posts do buddy, not sure but i think thats the method, not bad for me, only 20 miles away and i enjoy the drive................


It's only free for orders £20+ anyway. And it's 20 posts.

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