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100 Verbatim CD-R £9.49
50 Verbatim CD-R £5.99

Product overviewThe Verbatim Spindle of 100 Extra Protection CD-R contains 100 high quality recordable CDs.

These CD-Rs are a benchmark for the industry, boasting 52x write speeds, UV resistance and a reported 100 years of archive life, in addition to the standard 700MB of storage. Verbatim CD-Rs also have a very high compatibility rate and are renowned for working on a wide range of players and drives.

Limited lifetime warranty.

Got mine instore.
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#1
Decent price, that, especially for a 'proper' shop.
#2
It's more than £9.49 if you include delivery. Substantially more...
#3
Always get a good result with Verbs.
#4
Shambles
It's more than £9.49 if you include delivery. Substantially more...


Then go to a sainsburies?
#5
shame i dont need anymore cds otherwise i definitely check my local sainsburys for them, heat!
#6
Are these printable or normal cd's?
Great deal so heat added.
Cheers
#7
I dont think this is a particularly good price. Verbatims are good but its not as if you MUST have them for burning there are plenty of others on the market that will do the job just as well and at half the price of this 'half-price' offer.

That I have so many blank CDs lying about the house means I will never buy another and the fact that I dont ever use CDs at all now preferring to use a flash drive pretty much makes it an obsolete format as far as my needs are concerned.I dont even burn CDs for music anymore.
1 Like #8
Heat and rep.
#9
Ev0lution
I dont think this is a particularly good price. Verbatims are good but its not as if you MUST have them for burning there are plenty of others on the market that will do the job just as well and at half the price of this 'half-price' offer.

That I have so many blank CDs lying about the house means I will never buy another and the fact that I dont ever use CDs at all now preferring to use a flash drive pretty much makes it an obsolete format as far as my needs are concerned.I dont even burn CDs for music anymore.


Anything else you don't like about this deal, don't hold back.
#10
Pretty standard price, I havn't paid more than a tenner for 100cd pk in years.
#11
Before I head off to Sainsbury's to find out they have none in stock, can any of the posters who say this is not a great deal tell me where I can get these elsewhere for a tenner, or another brand for half the price.

Cheers, I need a few hundred, and also some dvd-r's (which are also half price at Sainsbury's).
#12
Good price for Verbatims, but as said here it must be getting toward the end of the road for this medium so think about if you need so many. I bought 100 a couple of years back and I suspect that'll be the last pack I ever need.
#13
this is a excellent price for a top brand disc's

you will not get a top brand like this for the same price
#14
I'm someone who still does not really understand the difference between -R and +R, but my impression is that those that know think the +R is a better format. Any thoughts?
#15
Been burning these guys for years - usually stock up when they are half-price in Maplins - never had a "coaster". Dye still "holding" too. :)
#16
zygo
I'm someone who still does not really understand the difference between -R and +R, but my impression is that those that know think the +R is a better format. Any thoughts?


-Rs have better compatability with stand alone equipment ie older DVD players and for PS2 backups
#17
I'm pretty sure you can't buy CD+R? That only applies to DVDs.

Why anyone would need 100 CD-Rs in this day and age is beyond me. I can't remember the last time I burnt a CD. Still, a hot deal nonetheless.

laze
#18
solidamber
-Rs have better compatability with stand alone equipment ie older DVD players and for PS2 backups


I think you'll find it's precisely the opposite. +Rs are more compatible, especially as they can be "bitset" to DVD-ROM...
http://www.signvideo.com/btst-d.htm
#19
laze;5971421
Why anyone would need 100 CD-Rs in this day and age is beyond me.
Because most of the world still uses CDs to listen to music with. A case in point: choir rehearsal and concert recordings. Can easily get through 100 in one go.
#20
tis alright if u live near one but if not at the price + delivery its not a bargain and can be got cheaper from play, they are a good disk but as mentioned there is cheaper and will do the job just as good, verbs are like sony used to be but arent that now there quality has gone down to due to cost and manufacturing to make them.
#21
laze
I'm pretty sure you can't buy CD+R? That only applies to DVDs.

Why anyone would need 100 CD-Rs in this day and age is beyond me. I can't remember the last time I burnt a CD. Still, a hot deal nonetheless.

laze

Yes I was talking about DVDs just noticed CD-Rs on the OP
#22
Got a 50 pack of these from 'instore' AKA Poundstretcher. I think it is a regular deal there and seems a better deal IMO.
#23
zaheer2003;5973333
Got a 50 pack of these from 'instore' AKA Poundstretcher. I think it is a regular deal there and seems a better deal IMO.
Are they Verbatim-branded? And how much are they?
#24
Ev0lution
I dont think this is a particularly good price. Verbatims are good but its not as if you MUST have them for burning there are plenty of others on the market that will do the job just as well and at half the price of this 'half-price' offer.

That I have so many blank CDs lying about the house means I will never buy another and the fact that I dont ever use CDs at all now preferring to use a flash drive pretty much makes it an obsolete format as far as my needs are concerned.I dont even burn CDs for music anymore.


I'd like to see where you could get some discs for HALF the price of £9.49 for 100! :roll:
#25
pibpob
Are they Verbatim-branded? And how much are they?


yes, verbs, 50 for £5
#26
zaheer2003;5974642
yes, verbs, 50 for £5
Thank you - next time I'm in the area of a Poundstretcher - sorry, "instore" - I shall have a look!
#27
laze


Why anyone would need 100 CD-Rs in this day and age is beyond me. I can't remember the last time I burnt a CD.
laze


I burn loads for my car cd player.
#28
popoyaya
I think you'll find it's precisely the opposite. +Rs are more compatible, especially as they can be "bitset" to DVD-ROM...
http://www.signvideo.com/btst-d.htm


That's an interesting article.....but its wrong!

The original person was correct in stating that DVD-R is more compatible.

Just like CD-R, there was DVD-R. Then a group that decided that they had a better format decided to take the pi$$ and call theirs DVD+R to imply positiveness and that it was better.

However, DVD-R came out first and the majority of hardware is compatible with DVD-R. DVD+R is meant to be technically the 'better' designed format and more efficient (although I am not too sure how), but it came out second and had to play catchup.

Most DVD players support both formats, but if you are going to record and distribute, you'd choose DVD-R.

AMO
#29
AMO1980
That's an interesting article.....but its wrong!
The original person was correct in stating that DVD-R is more compatible.
Just like CD-R, there was DVD-R. Then a group that decided that they had a better format decided to take the pi$$ and call theirs DVD+R to imply positiveness and that it was better.
However, DVD-R came out first and the majority of hardware is compatible with DVD-R. DVD+R is meant to be technically the 'better' designed format and more efficient (although I am not too sure how), but it came out second and had to play catchup.
Most DVD players support both formats, but if you are going to record and distribute, you'd choose DVD-R.
AMO


WELL, AS THE PERSON WHO ORIGINALLY RAISED THIS CD-R and CD+R QUESTION, I'M GLAD TO SEE I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE CONFUSED!!!

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