Sony BD-R - Blu-Ray Recordable Disc - 25GB - 1-6x Speed Normally £10 NOW £3 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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BD-R Blu-Ray Recordable Disc, ideal for high definition recording and playback.

Blu-ray Disc is the next-generation optical disc format for recording high-definition video and high-capacity software applications. The single-layer Blu-ray Disc holds up to 25 Gigabytes of data, five times the amount of content than is possible with current DVDs.

Scratch Guard offers disc protection
Archival Reliability for long time storage of files
Stable Writing, to ensure your data will not be corrupt
Temperature Durability
UV Guard
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#1
1% quidco cashback as well. Going to buy a few for my new LG NAS Bluray writer. This site is becoming a drain on my finances.
#2
Wow, with media at this price I'd actually buy a BR writer now. Great way to have an archive backup of my photos etc and I can keep them off-site in case of fire.

Are there BRRWs? :)

EDIT: Yes, I see they're under £5 at Amazon.

Can anyone recommend a BD-RE drive please? :D
#3
Went for a 3 pack of rewritables @ £13.99 in the end -
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_4&products_id=107071
#4
Here is the reason I think Blu Ray will fail, even at £3 a disk it's relatively expensive.

Voted hot though, purely because they're normally stupidly priced.
#5
homerj1977
Here is the reason I think Blu Ray will fail, even at £3 a disk it's relatively expensive.

1. Blu-Ray hasn't failed.
2. It's relatively expensive because it's a new technology. DVD's were this expensive way back in the day.
#6
chrisjhill
homerj1977
Here is the reason I think Blu Ray will fail, even at £3 a disk it's relatively expensive.

1. Blu-Ray hasn't failed.
2. It's relatively expensive because it's a new technology. DVD's were this expensive way back in the day.


Yeah, DVD-RWs cost just as much as this when they first came out. In fact, CDRWs did, too!
#7
homerj1977
Here is the reason I think Blu Ray will fail, even at £3 a disk it's relatively expensive.

Voted hot though, purely because they're normally stupidly priced.


Even Homer Simpson himself wouldn't say anything as stupid as what you've just posted
#8
You can make an argument about quality of each brand etc, but I've been able to get these much cheaper off ebay. There is a seller currently selling 10 Aone Bluray for £13.48 with free P&P, this works out at £1.35 per blank 25GB. Bargain!
#9
yeah i get them for about £1.30-£1.50 each now and thats full face printable.

used to pay £5 for blank CDrs and DVD'r when they first came out.
#10
A 10 pack of printables [Infiniti brand] is only £10.99 though admittedly 'just' 4 speed http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_4&products_id=108462 and the single one in a slim jewel case are £1.99 each http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=104718
#11
I have recorded at 8x on the infiniti and play fine in the ps3
#12
What is the shelf life of a writebale bluray once written though?
#13
a million years?
#14
chrisjhill
homerj1977
Here is the reason I think Blu Ray will fail, even at £3 a disk it's relatively expensive.

1. Blu-Ray hasn't failed.
2. It's relatively expensive because it's a new technology. DVD's were this expensive way back in the day.


Ok, maybe fail was a bit harsh. This is one of the reasons I don't see Blu Ray overtaking DVD any time soon.

The tech is 4 years old now, how long before they become almost disposable?
1 Like #15
CD Writers were £500 when they first came out with writing speeds of x2. Blanks were £10.

CD writers dropped in price when DVD writers came out which is what is happening to DVD writers now with Bluray writers.

Still the Bluray media has to come down with DL 50GB and re-writeables being far too expensive for coasters.

There are new formats like 100GB disks which probably won't work with current Bluray players/writers which are 4 or 5 layer. (Maybe firmware updates)

I'm not ready yet.
1 Like #16
homerj1977
The tech is 4 years old now, how long before they become almost disposable?

I think most people would call ~£1 "disposable". Especially considering you would need over 30 CD's and about 5 DVD's for the same storage space.

If you're going to use it to store 10 pictures of your cat then obviously you're using the wrong media.
#17
huh? okay I know its sony, but this price is double what you would pay for a blank bdr guys.. sorry but cold.

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