Verbatim 8x Dual Layer Printable 8.5gb DVD+R (43667) 25 pack....£20.88 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Rarely seen below £1 per disc, these work out at 83.52p per disc for this 25 pack spindle, which is a very good price for printable dual/double layer Verbatims.


Verbatim product code is: 43667
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#1
Not bad
#2
Yeah....my first anonymous cold vote for a while...its probably someone thats straight onto the Amazon site to buy a few packs for themselves!
#3
What's the difference between 43667 and 43666, is it where it was manufactured or the dye?

Because there are Verbatim 43666 10 pack @ £7.99 on Amazon.
#4
43666 are not printable discs, 43667 are.
#5
Hot price.
#6
By the way, you can find all the different types of Verbatim dual layer discs listed here:

Verbatim Dual Layer
#7
mamboboy
Good price. Although if you use these discs for Xbox backups, then I seriously suggest trying out the Aone DVD's at £6.94 for 25. Not one coaster yet, and they don't make as much noise as Verbatims.
OK, they may deteriorate after a while, but perfect for the games with no re-playability..

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/180683


No surprise that the pirates are cheapskates.
#8
To be honest if I had the money, I'd get some dual layer printable Taiyo Yuden's....but unless I get a few payrises, that isn't going to happen in a hurry!!! In the meantime, I'm more than happy to pay this for some Verbs, In my case, I backup my dvds, and don't like shrinking to fit DVD5's if possible (however I happily backup the kids films to DVD5's - Verbs or other, as the scratches they manage to put in DVDs are horrific!)

Edited By: theyiddo on Aug 13, 2010 09:49: who cares why I decided to edit!
#9
Discs arrived the other day...very happy, as they are made in Singapore!
#10
A good price but if you dont mind not being able to print on your discs then it is cheaper to buy the 10 for £8 from amazon. Also totally off topic but is it "disks" or "discs" ?
#11
good price for a good disk but the add saying they were £43 is total crap they never been that and i hate to see people use this to lie with just like lonsdale trainers always advertised at £16 reduced from £50....lol
as for Aone i wouldnt use them for coasters period cheapest disks but not long lasting, disks have really gone up as of late what the cause the price of wheat again??...lol
#12
voted hot beacsue usally more expensive but these companies are ripping us off almost 1 pound for a disk!?
#13
i'll stick to my guy on ebay ;) buy from him for the past 2 years, he's always cheapest on the internet.
and he always lowers prices when see somebody is selling them for cheaper.

it's £7.89 now if you buy from him, postage is free (1st class recorded always). bought it monday evening had it with me wednesday morning ;)

highly recommend him.

item number on ebay: 170387349290

Edited By: rudy691 on Aug 19, 2010 10:46: ...
#14
fred74
A good price but if you dont mind not being able to print on your discs then it is cheaper to buy the 10 for £8 from amazon. Also totally off topic but is it "disks" or "discs" ?

they are just two different spellings. if i remember right, disk came around earlier than disc but for some reason the fashion of spelling had changed and somehow resulted in the disc spelling. these two are pretty much the same. however ppl from the uk tend to use disc while ppl from the states use disk. hope i helped
#15
rudy691
i'll stick to my guy on ebay ;) buy from him for the past 2 years, he's always cheapest on the internet.
and he always lowers prices when see somebody is selling them for cheaper.

it's £7.89 now if you buy from him, postage is free (1st class recorded always). bought it monday evening had it with me wednesday morning ;)

highly recommend him.

item number on ebay: 170387349290


NOT PRINTABLE so yes a different product is cheaper but not the same product

Edited By: mattmerch on Aug 19, 2010 11:00: ammend
#16
fred74
A good price but if you dont mind not being able to print on your discs then it is cheaper to buy the 10 for £8 from amazon. Also totally off topic but is it "disks" or "discs" ?

CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays etc. - discs
Hard disk drive, floppy disk - disks
#17
yeah, I know LOL so ?

haven't thought that people still print on DVD's LOL

anyway, cheapest anywhere
#18
rudy691
i'll stick to my guy on ebay ;) buy from him for the past 2 years, he's always cheapest on the internet.
and he always lowers prices when see somebody is selling them for cheaper.

it's £7.89 now if you buy from him, postage is free (1st class recorded always). bought it monday evening had it with me wednesday morning ;)

highly recommend him.

item number on ebay: 170387349290



Ermm...your mate's Dual Layer Printables are priced at £21.99 and £30.28 for a 25 pack!
#19
May seem expensive for most people as the other brands are cheaper but you can't fault verbatim, their discs are fantastic. No coasters at all
#20
theyiddo
rudy691
i'll stick to my guy on ebay ;) buy from him for the past 2 years, he's always cheapest on the internet.
and he always lowers prices when see somebody is selling them for cheaper.

it's £7.89 now if you buy from him, postage is free (1st class recorded always). bought it monday evening had it with me wednesday morning ;)

highly recommend him.

item number on ebay: 170387349290



Ermm...your mate's Dual Layer Printables are priced at £21.99 and £30.28 for a 25 pack!


yeah, thats why I said he's cheapest for non-printable ;) and he's not my mate - he's mu go-to guy for DL Verbatims ;) and be real - 80% of people buy DL Verbatims to burn xbox games ;)
#21
lot of ppl i know use printable LOL and i dont own an xbox :)

Edited By: mattmerch on Aug 19, 2010 12:18: ammend
#22
Good deal but I always use AOne discs. Miles cheaper and I've not had one coaster in over 100 burns.
#23
Sounds like there are some disc/k experts here, I want dl disks to burn my home videos on (High Def ones) saw some Data Write ones on ebay - about £7 delivered for 25 - are data write any good?
#24
Not printable - but slightly cheaper in Maplin just now

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=344836
#25
I am lookling to buy dual layer discs that are PRINTABLE, and I do not own an XBOX.

Heat added as I have been looking around for printable disks and struggled to find anything for under £1 per disc.
#26
mamboboy
Good price. Although if you use these discs for Xbox backups, then I seriously suggest trying out the Aone DVD's at £6.94 for 25. Not one coaster yet, and they don't make as much noise as Verbatims.
OK, they may deteriorate after a while, but perfect for the games with no re-playability..

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/180683


TBH when Verbs are this price you might as well get them.
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MANJ_007
Sounds like there are some disc/k experts here, I want dl disks to burn my home videos on (High Def ones) saw some Data Write ones on ebay - about £7 delivered for 25 - are data write any good?


With something as precious as home video you'd probably want to go for Verbatim as they are somewhat more durable. Other manufacturers discs are known to degrade after a few years making the discs unreadable (of course this is subjective everyone has their own opinions on the subject) Verbatim are generally held in high regard however, and at this price I think they are worth investing in.
#28
theyiddo
To be honest if I had the money, I'd get some dual layer printable Taiyo Yuden's....but unless I get a few payrises, that isn't going to happen in a hurry!!! In the meantime, I'm more than happy to pay this for some Verbs, In my case, I backup my dvds, and don't like shrinking to fit DVD5's if possible (however I happily backup the kids films to DVD5's - Verbs or other, as the scratches they manage to put in DVDs are horrific!)

lmao...

TY don't even make dual layer +R discs....-R can't be used on an Xbox 360.

If it's for any other use it's completely cost ineffective. Buy an external 2.5 inch hard drive.

Edited By: robo989 on Aug 19, 2010 14:28: nonsense
#29
Xeijin
MANJ_007
Sounds like there are some disc/k experts here, I want dl disks to burn my home videos on (High Def ones) saw some Data Write ones on ebay - about £7 delivered for 25 - are data write any good?


With something as precious as home video you'd probably want to go for Verbatim as they are somewhat more durable. Other manufacturers discs are known to degrade after a few years making the discs unreadable (of course this is subjective everyone has their own opinions on the subject) Verbatim are generally held in high regard however, and at this price I think they are worth investing in.


Thanks - will find some non printable cheap verbatin ones then - don't want the kids complaining that they got no baby videos when they are older. Repped for your reply.
#30
MANJ_007
Sounds like there are some disc/k experts here, I want dl disks to burn my home videos on (High Def ones) saw some Data Write ones on ebay - about £7 delivered for 25 - are data write any good?

TY\Verbatim are the only good disc manufacturer, it's always hit and miss with anyone else.

Still, at 3 times the price and sometimes even more you've got a right to expect perfection...Not really worth it imo, or more accurately not worth it in most situations. I'm sure if it's some very important data that isn't kept backed up somewhere else and it's going to be kept for more than a 4-5 months then it may be a nessecity...Don't get me wrong, paying roughly £1 a disc in this day and age is never a happy feeling that you're doing the right thing. Trouble is with such crappy discs doing the rounds you're kinda forced to.

This is mostly appropriate to DL discs where the difference in quality is massive going from cheap -> overpriced discs. On DVD-\+R single layer the difference isn't anywhere near as a noticeable.
#31
I shouldn't be typing this yet as they normally expire while I'm typing 1 letter eveery 4 seconds... I think I'll bag a couple of packs but I'm tempted to try the A ones as well now after reading some of the comments here. I'd always avoided them on the basis of many many a thread saying they're cheap crabby duds!

This however is undeniably hot for verbies.
#32
Disk is short for Diskette which dates back to the old 8" floppies which were rectangle.

Disc is something that is round.
#33
MANJ_007
Xeijin
MANJ_007
Sounds like there are some disc/k experts here, I want dl disks to burn my home videos on (High Def ones) saw some Data Write ones on ebay - about £7 delivered for 25 - are data write any good?


With something as precious as home video you'd probably want to go for Verbatim as they are somewhat more durable. Other manufacturers discs are known to degrade after a few years making the discs unreadable (of course this is subjective everyone has their own opinions on the subject) Verbatim are generally held in high regard however, and at this price I think they are worth investing in.


Thanks - will find some non printable cheap verbatin ones then - don't want the kids complaining that they got no baby videos when they are older. Repped for your reply.


If you are looking for cheap non-printable Verbatims then you should try these out (As mentioned by Facheezy):

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=344836&footpanel=off

Since you say you're burning high-def videos you'll appreciate the extra space afforded by Dual Layer discs.

Edited By: Xeijin on Aug 19, 2010 16:22: Add credit
#34
Gort1951
Disk is short for Diskette which dates back to the old 8" floppies which were rectangle.Disc is something that is round.


'Disk' isn't short for diskette. 'Disc' is another word for a phonograph record - hence 'Compact Disc'. 'Disk' on the other hand IS something which is round - "any thin, flat, circular plate or object." according to Dictionary.com . The two are often interchangeable I think.
#35
These were £7.99 for x10 a few weeks back. I posted it!
#36
robo989
theyiddo
To be honest if I had the money, I'd get some dual layer printable Taiyo Yuden's....but unless I get a few payrises, that isn't going to happen in a hurry!!! In the meantime, I'm more than happy to pay this for some Verbs, In my case, I backup my dvds, and don't like shrinking to fit DVD5's if possible (however I happily backup the kids films to DVD5's - Verbs or other, as the scratches they manage to put in DVDs are horrific!)


lmao...

TY don't even make dual layer +R discs....-R can't be used on an Xbox 360.

If it's for any other use it's completely cost ineffective. Buy an external 2.5 inch hard drive.



lmfao

Unlike many, I don't backup 360 games as my 360 is not modded...hence why TY Dual Layer DVD-Rs would be nice if I could afford them for movies. When you don't backup games, DVD-R is perfectly fine!
#37
I've had so many coaster with my last 25 pack of Aones that it's kinda put me off for life. These are usually too damn expensive but probably worth it given I have so much to back-up and definitely worth it at this price.
#38
Shows as £14.99 with £4.99 postage now
#39
TaylorBA
Shows as £14.99 with £4.99 postage now



Thats with the Base.com Amazon Marketplace seller. Thats a great price, as its £22.99 on the Base.com website.
#40
Ha, I've bought plenty of blank DVDs over the years and it never occurred to me to make "backups" of 360 games. I always assumed there was some clever extra layer of protection. Don't think it's something I'm going to start doing though.

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