TDK DVD+R 16x 100 Disc Pack Spindle Only £12.99 @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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As Title states....A good price for TDK. Also TDK DVD 100-R are £13.99. I'm not sure that there's a lot of compatibility issues so much now so I'd be tempted to go for the cheaper ones. Long live HUKD!!
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#1
I like these discs, I have used 250ish in the past. Not one coaster so far Heat added.
#2
Heat added as works out better than the Sainsburys deal (i think!)
#3
If you mean the verbatim ones, They work out at £14.98 for 100:thumbsup:. They are brilliant(no coasters either out of 25) but as I have such success with the TDK ones(none with 250) that for a couple of quid cheaper went for another 100 from play.com for £12.99

In fact I have only ever had one DVD blank that I got a few coasters from and they were called Maxim, luckily I only bought six.
#4
They look very cluttered with TDK advertising and not much space to write, am I right?
#5
Maxell ones re the same price, never used them though, so would prefer the TDK ones in this post..
Good find, heat added
#6
I would spend the extra and get the Verbatims that use MCC Azo dye, the TDK use CMC dye which can cause problems with certain dvd writers.

Overall the Verbatims are better quality but use whatever you prefer.
#7
pet2000
They look very cluttered with TDK advertising and not much space to write, am I right?


Your'e right there, Luckily for me I never need to write on them otherwise I would look elsewhere:thumbsup:
#8
pet2000
They look very cluttered with TDK advertising and not much space to write, am I right?


The older design (dark blue, with wavy silver lines, as shown) is like that, but there's a newer pale blue design out there with much more space, though no guide lines.
#9
NB - This pic is not from Play - however it does indeed look like the same discs on sale there. Good discs - writing an issue then!?:oops:

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