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This handy product allows you to carry up to 50 discs in one convienent pack. Making it easier to transport and prevent the loss of valuable files.

DVD-R is a write-once format suitable for recording with DVD-R video recorder or DVD-R drive for PC, DVD-R compatible for up to 16X speed with a storage capacity of 4.7GB, and recording time up to 120 minutes in standard mode, Conforms to DVD Specifications for Recordable Discs (DVD-R), High-quality organic dye recording materials improve recording characteristics for recording and playback, DVD-R is compatible for playback with most DVD players and DVDROM drives and recorders that are - R compatible.
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#1
It's disappointing how DVD recordable media has gone up in price lately. These used to be £10.99 for 100 and even in 3 for 2 offers at about £25 for 300 :cry:
#2
Like with buying any blank media, its best to know where they were manufactured. Does any one know for these?

The prices, will come down, they have gone up because DVD-recorder prices of all types have gone down so more people are buying these compared to Blueray and other formats. I predict by the summer the prices of these will be back down to about ~50 for £5
#3
I can't remember the media codes on these.
I do recommend them; I've used over 200 with no write failures, mostly in HDD/DVD recorders, and so far everything has played back fine.
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Not a fan of Maxell's blank media, I would go for some of these Verbatim discs delivered for the same price:-

http://www.dixons.co.uk/product.php?sku=834712&camp_id=froogle

They are £10 delivered at Currys and Pcworld
#5
robsprocket
Not a fan of Maxell's blank media, I would go for some of these Verbatim discs delivered for the same price:-

http://www.dixons.co.uk/product.php?sku=834712&camp_id=froogle

They are £10 delivered at Currys and Pcworld


Thanks Robsprocket - I'll get some of those to tide me over until somthing cheaper comes along - even thought they're probably not the top quality verbs ;-)
#6
Why not get these 100 packs from £12.99? BTW, the increase in price have more to do with the Sterling exchange rate than anything else. We are slowly getting used to imports becoming more expensive. How the Government can come up with a 2.5% inflation rate is beyond me.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/9481313/Intenso-DVD-R-16x-100-Pack-Spindle/Product.html

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/741139/Maxell-DVD-R-100pk-Spindle/Product.html

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/13453270/Maxell-DVD-R-16x-100-Pack/Product.html
#7
This would be because the flow of capital on imports is out of the country - thus the impact of this purchase would be felt more on China's (or wherever they are manufactured) inflation rather than to ours. Also, CPI is a bit of swizz...
#8
pet2000
Why not get these 100 packs from £12.99? BTW, the increase in price have more to do with the Sterling exchange rate than anything else. We are slowly getting used to imports becoming more expensive. How the Government can come up with a 2.5% inflation rate is beyond me.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/9481313/Intenso-DVD-R-16x-100-Pack-Spindle/Product.html

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/741139/Maxell-DVD-R-100pk-Spindle/Product.html

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/13453270/Maxell-DVD-R-16x-100-Pack/Product.html



'Cos the first one is Intenso (not a name I know - but possibly wonderful media) and the second two are out of stock...
banned#9
The last disc spindle I bought from Play were delivered in a Jiffy bag. The discs were OK but the case was smashed. Might not be so lucky next time though, so I buy my discs elsewhere now.
#10
dunfyboy
The last disc spindle I bought from Play were delivered in a Jiffy bag. The discs were OK but the case was smashed. Might not be so lucky next time though, so I buy my discs elsewhere now.


They have started to take a bit of notice regards the packaging recently, although it still seems a bit weird what they choose to put in a box. The past two T-shirts I've had delivered came in boxes, but had a toy with working parts that can be broken delivered in one of those plastic bags, obviously relying on the toys own box to protect it (and it was one of those half box items so you can try the toy if on display), which was a bit bashed inside, but if your buying stuff as a gift you dont want a damaged box.

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