Verbatim Full-Face Printable 8x Double Layer DVD+R £24.99 @ SVP - HotUKDeals
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Featuring the high levels of quality that you expect from a Verbatim DVDR, the 8.5GB capacity of these discs is 1.8 times larger than traditional single-layer discs for enabling approximately four hours of video recording at regular DVD quality and with an extremely fast 8x write speed you can write 8.5GB in less than 16 minutes.

The inkjet printable surface of these discs enables you to add your own designs with affordable machines such as the Epson R265 or R300 inkjet printers. The wide printable surface allows you to print right up to the centre hub of the disc, producing extremely professional results.

Advanced AZO technology provides added resistance to UV light for increased protection and reliability, producing high quality picture and sound with more than 100 years archival life.

ADVDInfo: MKM 003
Packaging: Verbatim branded spindle tubs of 25 discs
Manufactured in Singapore
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#1
good find :thumbsup:
banned#2
I dont know that much about dvd's but doesn't seem that cheap to me, unless the quality is substantially better than other dvdr's. I got 50 Memorex dvdr for a fiver at Sainsbury's, not dual layer or printable, but a fraction of the price of these
#3
bargainsgalore
I dont know that much about dvd's but doesn't seem that cheap to me, unless the quality is substantially better than other dvdr's. I got 50 Memorex dvdr for a fiver at Sainsbury's, not dual layer or printable, but a fraction of the price of these


Dual layer discs are typically very expensive compared to 'normal' DVD-r's. That said these seem just a tad expensive for 25 discs, probably because they are Verbatim branded.

I appreciate there are compatability issues when it comes to writing a disc for, say, XBOX360, so i shall not vote either way as its beyond the scope of what i would use them for :)

Thanks for posting!

BFM
1 Like #4
hey fella good find but ive seen better...

SVP = £29.98 delivered

BigPockets = £28.48 delievered
link here

Stanley Productions Online = £24.72 delivered
or
£21.50 pickup (wardour st, london w1)
personally will get mine from stanley as im in london quite often
link here

all checked are verbatim code: 43667

just thought id mention it, hope you dont mind :)
banned#5
Yeah if they 1.8 larger than traditional single layer, then £2.50(what i paid for 25 memorex) * 1.8 = still way short of £24.99
#6
bargainsgalore
I dont know that much about dvd's but doesn't seem that cheap to me, unless the quality is substantially better than other dvdr's. I got 50 Memorex dvdr for a fiver at Sainsbury's, not dual layer or printable, but a fraction of the price of these

These ones hold 8.5GB, the ones you bought only hold 4.5GB.
#7
bargainsgalore
Yeah if they 1.8 larger than traditional single layer, then £2.50(what i paid for 25 memorex) * 1.8 = still way short of £24.99

Yes but sometimes 4.5GB just isn't enough.
#8
They used to be alot more expensive, at roughly £1 a disk, it depends what your using them for to make them worthwhile. For people who buy them to burn xbox360 game backups for example, it is not much money to spend on quality disks ;)
#9
Hi..

I use a brand called TRAXDATA (non printable) 8x 8.5 and pay £8.00 for 10 or £18.00 for 25 of them..

i have never had one fail on my and rate them..

So this deal in my eyes is not warm... so not voting

Rick
#10
and i thought i was getting a good deal here. Are the one's from stanly made in singapore?. But i do order 400 discs at a time with other things
#11
M19C
and i thought i was getting a good deal here. Are the one's from stanly made in singapore?. But i do order 400 discs at a time with other things


the ones from stanley have the same verbatim product code so im sure are no different, its no a bad deal mate but there are slight better ones as posted above :)

personally i havent voted this hot or cold.
#12
XBOX360 Backups = VERBATIM........Not gonna vote as i know you can make decent backups with cheap discs ....eg AONE .......but for the money ......and less Coasters = VERBATIM ......:thumbsup:
banned#13
Rubisco
These ones hold 8.5GB, the ones you bought only hold 4.5GB.


Yes 8.5 divided by 4.5 = 1.8, like i said in my post
banned#14
Rubisco
Yes but sometimes 4.5GB just isn't enough.


Well then you use two discs, still way cheaper than these
#15
bargainsgalore
Yes 8.5 divided by 4.5 = 1.8, like i said in my post


Try burning a 7GB application to 2 DVD's when it has to run off 1 DVD.. - ie a backup of a Sat Nav DVD, Operating system image biuld
Also... try a 1080p non compressed movie or even a gaming DVD backup

Your right in what your saying.... but if you "need" DL, you need DL.... -- look at it from this angle.... why buy a DVD when you can buy 5 CD-R's.......... (i can get 100 CDR's for £6.00)


Rick
#16
These are basically for 360 backups. Verbatim discs seem to be the only discs that will not degrade quickly and will play at a decent speed on the 360. They normally retail for between £1.05 and £1.20 so it's not a great deal unless it includes delivery or you are buying a lot at once
#17
bargainsgalore
Well then you use two discs, still way cheaper than these


xbox360 games for example are 8.5gb discs which you could not split to 2 discs for obvious reasons, so..... like i said previously, it depends what you are using these discs for to be worthwhile. If you want these just for storage then YES there are much cheaper solutions.
#18
£24.99 @ Amazon with free super saver delivery
banned#19
RickT
Try burning a 7GB application to 2 DVD's when it has to run off 1 DVD.. - ie a backup of a Sat Nav DVD, Operating system image biuld
Also... try a 1080p non compressed movie or even a gaming DVD backup

Your right in what your saying.... but if you "need" DL, you need DL.... -- look at it from this angle.... why buy a DVD when you can buy 5 CD-R's.......... (i can get 100 CDR's for £6.00)


Rick


I suppose that if you really need large files on one disc then you need dual layer, shame they are so expensive.
#20
bargainsgalore
I suppose that if you really need large files on one disc then you need dual layer, shame they are so expensive.


you should have seen the price when they first came out then, this is cheap in comparison lol

think they were about £15 for 5 discs or maybe more even
look at the cost of blank bluray discs now

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