Verbatim Dual Layer DVD+R 8x speed (43666) 10 pack - £10.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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£10.99
Cheapest price I can find anywhere. You can use Quidco too.
Free delivery.
Works out cheaper per disk than buying the 25 pack (which FYI is £28.99)

These are probably the best quality dual layer DVDs around.
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banned#1
Sadly, the RAC 5% discount does not seem to apply to computer media.
#2
They've been this price for as long as I can remember but I don't think anyone has posted it, so heat added.
banned#3
Nah, they were £11.99 previously on Play.
I think this is an offer they've got on at the moment.

The most reliable media for xbox360 backups, amongst other things.
Anyone who buys any other cheaper inferior brand is an idiot. Period.
#4
Good price and great media. However, if you need some quick they are reduced in Currys to £14.97. In my local PC World next door they are £25.
Not as cheap as play but a good price if you must pick up.
#5
might be an idea to put price and retailer in the title for people reading in text only view:thumbsup:
#6
You can get 25 Infiniti for £13.28 delivered:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000MULO3U

I have used dozens of these and never a coaster.

HTH
#7
Good price but they have been £10.99 for months
#8
Villa
Nah, they were £11.99 previously on Play.
I think this is an offer they've got on at the moment.

The most reliable media for xbox360 backups, amongst other things.
Anyone who buys any other cheaper inferior brand is an idiot. Period.


Surely it depends on what you use them for?? I get 5 for a £1 in poundland and believe it or not i have never had a failure yet. That means I get 50 for the price you get 10 and as they only need to last for a short period this certainely does not make me an idiot.
#9
ScottyMelotty
Surely it depends on what you use them for?? I get 5 for a £1 in poundland and believe it or not i have never had a failure yet. That means I get 50 for the price you get 10 and as they only need to last for a short period this certainely does not make me an idiot.


The fact that you confuse dual layer dvds with regular single layer ones however.........
#10
I'll take that one on the chin. Learn something new every day. I have a dvd i have wanted to back up that is 7gb. As my lappy advises Dual RW drive, Double Layer I presume one of these would do the job?? I have also seen cheap pre-recorded DVD's with movies on both sides. Would you have to turn these over to get the full use? If so is there much point in using these over two single sided disc? Any comments appreciated
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ScottyMelotty;4981029
I'll take that one on the chin. Learn something new every day. I have a dvd i have wanted to back up that is 7gb. As my lappy advises Dual RW drive, Double Layer I presume one of these would do the job?? I have also seen cheap pre-recorded DVD's with movies on both sides. Would you have to turn these over to get the full use? If so is there much point in using these over two single sided disc? Any comments appreciated


The movie would fit on a dual layer disc as they have a capacity of about 8.5gb on the one recordable side, you would not have to flip the disc over.

FYI you could get the film on a single layer 4.7gb disc by ripping the DVD with software like DVDFab which would also compress the video files down to fit the single layer disc. If you opt to remove the extras, any unused audio file etc you would need less compression too which is always better.
#12
I guarantee you these will be Made In India which are crap, the ones I got from SVP are just as good in my setup at around £12 for 50 :-D
banned#13
johncas
I guarantee you these will be Made In India which are crap, the ones I got from SVP are just as good in my setup at around £12 for 50 :-D

Indian Verbatims > every other DL DVD (other than SIngapore made ones).

If you prefer inferior quality, good chance of a duff disk and don't mind your data degrading sooner than you think, then yeah sure go ahead and save a few quid now by being shortsighted.
Those of us who need reliable media for purposes such as burning xbox360 backups will swear by Verbaitm DL disks.
Except no substitute - Verbatim all the way. You will appreciate your investment in the long term.
#14
barneydog
The movie would fit on a dual layer disc as they have a capacity of about 8.5gb on the one recordable side, you would not have to flip the disc over.

FYI you could get the film on a single layer 4.7gb disc by ripping the DVD with software like DVDFab which would also compress the video files down to fit the single layer disc. If you opt to remove the extras, any unused audio file etc you would need less compression too which is always better.


Cheers Barneydog, rep given
#15
Indian verbatims are awful,If these are confirmed Indian I would advise not buying if you plan to use for 360 back ups.
banned#16
I've generally used Verbatims from Play.Com - with some from Amazon now and again depending on price.
Not even one failure. Ever.
EVER.
#17
LOL - 50 DL DVDs for £12... nope, read it again mate. Even from SVP that'd be a very big stretch. Anyone got any of these yet, I'd be interested to know the media code of them?
banned#18
Detailed media information for the Verbatim 8x DVD+R Double layer media
Media name: Verbatim 8x DVD+R Double layer
Brand: Verbatim
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi® Kagaku Media
Made in: Singapore
Media ID Code: MKM-003-00
Media Type: DVD+R DL
Rated speed: 8x
Max. storage capacity: 8.5 GB
Writing surface colour (dye): Purple
Top surface colour: Matt silver
Printable top surface? No

I can confirm that the ones I bought are as above.
The Media ID confirmed via my imgburn log.
banned#19
Also, I like how every time I post, this gets colder and colder.
It's not like anyone can currently find cheaper Verbatim dual layer disks anywhere, including the p&p.

The very best dual layer DVDs.
Too good for the average penny pinching tight wad who is clueless about DVD quality.
#20
paddy.stone
LOL - 50 DL DVDs for £12... nope, read it again mate. Even from SVP that'd be a very big stretch. Anyone got any of these yet, I'd be interested to know the media code of them?


http://svp.co.uk/product/dvd_r_dl_8x_dl_white_full_face_printbale_50_cake_elite001

I don't care if I have a few failures or even after they degrade after a year or two since all my images are kept on mirrored hard drives anyway. :)
#21
johncas
http://svp.co.uk/product/dvd_r_dl_8x_dl_white_full_face_printbale_50_cake_elite001

I don't care if I have a few failures or even after they degrade after a year or two since all my images are kept on mirrored hard drives anyway. :)


Ok, fair enough, you prefer a different brand, but for everyone voting cold a lot of people are interested in deals for Verbatim Dual Layer Discs and cold voting it just because you don't buy it is just stupid. This is a good deal. It is the cheapest price for this brand so stop cold voting unless you find a cheaper deal for Verbatim's made in Singapore.

Edit: Not necessarily directed at you Johncas.
#22
johncas
http://svp.co.uk/product/dvd_r_dl_8x_dl_white_full_face_printbale_50_cake_elite001

I don't care if I have a few failures or even after they degrade after a year or two since all my images are kept on mirrored hard drives anyway. :)


Wow, I eat my words.... shows that it's been a while since I went to SVP (mainly because their delivery costs have sky rocketed to be honest)... for 25p a disc that's pretty damn good and the dye isn't too bad either, have had good success with RICOH dye.
banned#23
Well, another 2 packs of these arrived yesterday.
Used them all up, and once again no failures.

I can only imagine what kind of hassle there would have been if I was a tight fisted sod like most people around this site and had ordered some cheapo brand in order to save a few quid.

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