Datawrite Optima Classic DVD-R 4.7GB 16x 25 cake £3.99 delivered @7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Seems dead cheap for straight forward DVD-R disks. Works out at 16p a disk or about 3p per GIG!

The Datawrite 4.7 DVD-R (DVD-Recordable) is a write-once recordable DVD disc that offers extremely high capacity storage. Once recorded it can be played back in all DVD-ROM drives and DVD-Video players. This multimedia solution has all the advanced features that Datawrite customers have come to expect from the market leader in optical digital storage.

- General purpose DVD-R discs
- Enhanced for data, video and console
- Double protection system
- 16x speed, 4.7GB
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#1
How good a price is this? need to get some blank DVD`s but haven`t got around to looking yet.
#2
Cheapest I have got 25 for is £2.99 when they had those maxwell ones on play.com before
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nice find, never had any problems with datawrites.
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sil0
nice find, never had any problems with datawrites.

Nope nor me, seem fine for most stuff :)
#5
Good price but to be honest this was one of the worst cakes I've ever tasted.
#6
Cherry In Hove
Good price but to be honest this was one of the worst cakes I've ever tasted.

why? did you burn it!
#7
you can get verbatims for £3.99 per 25 at sainsburys at the moment.dont know how long the deal is for though.
#8
this is going rate right now
#9
Are these the red tops? I've used many different brands of dvd-r and red top Datawrite were a nightmare- both in a PC and with a dvd freeview recorder. I'd bought about 500 as well and they were so unreliable I had to buy verbs for important data and just use these for unimportant stuff (although I only discovered this AFTER I had recorded the Wire when it was on BBC only for none of the discs to work). The cheaper £10 for 100 Tuff Disc and other budget brands are more reliable

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