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Verbatim Branded 8x Double Layer DVD+R Pack of 10 Discs £10.44 Delivered at SVP

£10.44 @ SVP
We all know what people use mainly these for and we also know that whilst not the cheapest, they are pretty much unrivalled in terms of quality. Use the FREESVP code on checkout to get them at this…
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
We all know what people use mainly these for and we also know that whilst not the cheapest, they are pretty much unrivalled in terms of quality.

Use the FREESVP code on checkout to get them at this price.
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#1
i would have got some verbs but those maxwell ones were just too cheap to not buy
#2
u guys should try the aone plus ones.. from ebuyer... mega cheap... and very reliable!
#3
Frankenstein
u guys should try the aone plus ones.. from ebuyer... mega cheap... and very reliable!


Aone still cheaper at SVP with code.
SVP 4 packs £18 delivered
Ebuyer 4 paks £21.54 delivered
banned#4
Frankenstein
u guys should try the aone plus ones.. from ebuyer... mega cheap... and very reliable!


what dye is on them?
and its maxell not maxwell
#5
Does the free delivery still work - it was originally a 48hr special starting on Wednesday to launch their new site?
#6
Mascherano
what dye is on them?
and its maxell not maxwell


Ther ones i have are fake ricoh d01. Also, they are awful. Verbatim DL discs are the only choice in my opinion.
#7
Frankenstein;5416880
u guys should try the aone plus ones.. from ebuyer... mega cheap... and very reliable!

My first pack of aone were fine so i ordered 5 packs of 10 and have been getting loads of failed disks since
#8
i guess it comes down to the programs you use ot burn them... aswell as your writer... they have been good for me... i think ive burnt about 100 discs with about 5/6 coasters. jst make sure you burn at the lowest possible speed and use imgburn for best results.
#9
nice one good price Heat added...........would personally use these discs all the time....Aone's are a hit and miss ......each to his own though..........Never had a coaster with these...:thumbsup:
banned#10
Frankenstein
i guess it comes down to the programs you use ot burn them... aswell as your writer... they have been good for me... i think ive burnt about 100 discs with about 5/6 coasters. jst make sure you burn at the lowest possible speed and use imgburn for best results.


how patronising.
aone are really bad discs
#11
How is this cold? You won't find them cheaper anywhere else.
banned#12
Spark
How is this cold? You won't find them cheaper anywhere else.


typical for HUKD, if you posted 100 crappy tesco dvds for a tenner it would go hot
#13
Mascherano
how patronising.
aone are really bad discs


not in my experience they're not, i always burn my games on them and have had no failures :)
#14
Mascherano
typical for HUKD, if you posted 100 crappy tesco dvds for a tenner it would go hot


Too true unfortunately, I think possibly many people who have cold-voted this may not actually fully understand what these things are and not to start an argument here but I have found on quite a few occasions that AOne's do not age particularly well, they often seem to have read failures a few months after they have been burned.

Verbs will last for pretty much as long as you wish to keep them I think.
#15
Mascherano
how patronising.
aone are really bad discs



You need to look up the definition of patronising.

The guy said he has had success with Aone discs and correctly states that it's horses for courses, depends on your burner, software etc. What's patronising about that?
banned#16
deek72
You need to look up the definition of patronising.

The guy said he has had success with Aone discs and correctly states that it's horses for courses, depends on your burner, software etc. What's patronising about that?

The patronising part was 'make sure you burn atthe lowest possible speed and use IMGBurn'
I think everyone, everywhwere already knows that.
#17
Mascherano

and its maxell not maxwell


your calliing someone else patronising when sarcastically highlighting a spelling error?
:roll:
DOH!
#18
Mascherano
The patronising part was 'make sure you burn atthe lowest possible speed and use IMGBurn'
I think everyone, everywhwere already knows that.


It's only patronising if it's intended to be patronising. He was simply offering helpful advice imo, not entirely correct, I might add. I have never had success with IMGBurn and burn all my 'backups' with CloneCD, further highlighting the 'horses for courses' theory.

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