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PANASONIC DVD+RW DISCS £4.24

£4.24 @ Testing
Panasonic box of 10 in either -RW,or +RW format. Were £12.99,now £7.99,but if you use the code PF6245,you can get 4 packs for a few pence over £16 & they'll deliver them this week. Read More
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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Panasonic box of 10 in either -RW,or +RW format.
Were £12.99,now £7.99,but if you use the code PF6245,you can get 4 packs for a few pence over £16 & they'll deliver them this week.
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#1
Not very good deal . £16 for 40 discs ??

You can get 100 dvds now for between £15 and £20 .
#2
calpsy
You can get 100 dvds now for between £15 and £20 .

recordables yes, but probably not major brand re-writables.
#3
calpsy
Not very good deal . £16 for 40 discs ??

You can get 100 dvds now for between £15 and £20 .

Not re-writables you cant, but if you can get 100 re-writable discs for that price then post the deal on here the temperature would go sky high!
#4
Same panasonic ones at SVP £3-75p without the endless letters and emails off empirestores trying to sell you other things.
banned#5
SVP every time. great prices & customer service. the 100 double sided sleeves for 99p are superb value.
#6
calpsy
Not very good deal . £16 for 40 discs ??

You can get 100 dvds now for between £15 and £20 .


Where calpsy can you get a 100 major brand, re-writables DVDs for between £15 and £20? Remember to add P&P if applicable.
banned#7
Do people actually need 40 (or 100) rewritable discs?

I find it is better to just use a new write-once disk each time I need one, and keep them as backups. I hardly ever use the rewritables I have, since they are slower to rewrite than a new disc.
#8
Sorry to be dim, but can you write anything on to DVDs?
I am thinking photos, Excel files etc, which I normally put on CDs.
#9
doublekite
Sorry to be dim, but can you write anything on to DVDs?
I am thinking photos, Excel files etc, which I normally put on CDs.


Yep. Anything you like. It's all just holes in a layer of dye as far as the disc is concerned.
#10
mabccc
Do people actually need 40 (or 100) rewritable discs?

I find it is better to just use a new write-once disk each time I need one, and keep them as backups. I hardly ever use the rewritables I have, since they are slower to rewrite than a new disc.


good point. i bought 10 dvd-rw almost 3 years ago and i still have some i havent opened

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