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Free Delivery on dvd-r @ Play.com £6.99

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Maxell DVD-R discs offer six times the storage capacity of CD-Rs, making them ideal choices for recording digital movies and photos, backing up hard drives, creating multimedia presentations, and developing a host of other projects. Each write-once disc holds 4.7 GB of information--enough for two hours of video in SP mode or six hours in EP mode. The DVD-Rs can also store up to a half dozen hours of high-quality music. Once recorded, the discs will last anywhere from 40 to 250 years, making them a great choice for archiving.

£6.99 Free Delivery

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#1
Is it not free delivery anyways on play.com

Nevertheless, thanks for posting but am afraid its cold for me :(
#2
sorry i dont understand, play.com does free delivery on everything, bit crazy the way it says "the discs will last anywhere from 40 to 250 years" yup good for the eviourment not plus i wonder wat sorta storange they use lol discs warp with temperature and scratch easy. not raining on your deal but i get 50 Ritek locally for about £7 and they're full face printable without brand naming on disks
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megaceller;1433572
sorry i dont understand, play.com does free delivery on everything, bit crazy the way it says "the discs will last anywhere from 40 to 250 years" yup good for the eviourment not plus i wonder wat sorta storange they use lol discs warp with temperature and scratch easy. not raining on your deal but i get 50 Ritek locally for about £7 and they're full face printable without brand naming on disks


£7! You are being ripped off. I pay £5.49 for 50!
#4
csiman
£7! You are being ripped off. I pay £5.49 for 50!


where do you get them for £5.49???
#5
I bought some two weeks ago on this forum and the heat was +100 odd, Strange how things get rated by the lemming principle rather than logic

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