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Tesco CD-R 200 Pack £18.85

adamck Avatar
7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
These CD-Rs come in a 100 pack and each CD-R has a 700Mb disc capacity to store images, videos, music files or applications. They have a recording time of up to 80 minutes on long play.
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#1
Seems expensive price per disc (9p) compared to what you can get online.
Good if you're in a hurry though.
#2
most places are £10.99 for 100 CDR's where these are only £9.42 per 100 if you need 200 :) or go halfs with a friend.
less than £10 for 100 cd's seems cheap to me :)
#3
Babbabooey;5734691
Seems expensive price per disc (9p) compared to what you can get online.
Good if you're in a hurry though.

Gotta link? Anyone?
#4
9p per disc...but usually from an online seller with £5 delivery....
these are great as you dont need shipping in most cases, i still cant see where else is cheaper?
#5
Cold. Almost certain to be average quality disks but apart from that they are also a poor medium for storing data.

CDs write to the layer directly under the label and are prone to surface damage, I've lost a few this way. DVDs write to a sandwiched layer which is much harder to damage.

If you value your data, save it to good quality DVDs.
#6
im a professional dj...if i burn music to dvd discs...they wont play on my decks!
so its cd or nothing.
This isnt even about the product either... its about 200cds for £18 which is a hot deal!:thinking:
#7
spionkop
Cold. Almost certain to be average quality disks but apart from that they are also a poor medium for storing data.

CDs write to the layer directly under the label and are prone to surface damage, I've lost a few this way. DVDs write to a sandwiched layer which is much harder to damage.

If you value your data, save it to good quality DVDs.

well i dunno about dvd being more durable but the reason why this is going cold is because they are tesco branded, therefore we assume they do not use qaulity ink dye and have alot of failures. see this review http://www.dooyoo.co.uk/removable-media/tesco-cd-r-700mb-52x/1153545/#revhttp://www.dooyoo.co.uk/removable-media/_tesco/
#8
I think you will find the negative results are from people with bad hardware and software, not a as result of the disc itself.

I never multitask whilst burning although i know my machine will cope no problem, i learnt my lessons back in the old days before buffer under-run.

I have used these disks and have had no problems.
#9
Tesco's blank media hasn't failed me yet, been using them almost exclusively for years now. Hot.:thumbsup:
#10
-82 and not 1 link to any cheaper cds, i thought we posted deals here and reasoning for the head/cold?

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