DIGISTOR 25GB 6X Blu-ray Disc Recordable BD-R Blank Media, White Inkjet Printable Surface (25 pack)  £19.75 by DIGISTOR Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon
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DIGISTOR 25GB 6X Blu-ray Disc Recordable BD-R Blank Media, White Inkjet Printable Surface (25 pack) £19.75 by DIGISTOR Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 27th Apr 2013
I posted a deal for some TDK BD discs before and it got slated because (apparently) there had been problems with these.
Just been looking around to see what else is on offer and found these, they have a five star rating from people who have already bought and tried them and at 79 pence a disc I thought these couldn't really be criticised.
They can be printed on if you have the right printer and they are 6 speed rather than some of the cheaper 4 speed you may find.

79p for 25GB storage sounds like a bargain to me!

If you need a writer check out my other post for a slim Samsung BD writer for under £69 from Amazon
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6 Comments

great find

They a lot dearer than other brands like maxell and AONE (59p each), but I prefer the Verbatim and TDK.

To be honest i've had no coasters, and all play back fine, regardless of brand on my PS3 and sony blu ray player after burning.

In fact the 4x AONE disks are only £4.99 at ebuyer for 10 if you are buying other stuff to avoid postage and these burn fine at 8 speed plus.

ebuyer.com/180…AfQ
Edited by: "renderman" 27th Apr 2013

Banned

nice find

Ordered some last night, then cancelled this morning as I never copy Blurays ! I either put a copy onto dvd or DL or on a usb stick to watch. I BUY Blurays. Plus, I have 4 to use if |I need, which isn't very often as I say. Didn't think of posting yesterday, so surprised its here. The REVIEWS of these are tremendous. ALL great reviews. The TDK ones, more expensive are 50/50 good and bad reviews.
These are 100% good.

renderman

They a lot dearer than other brands like maxell and AONE (59p each), but … They a lot dearer than other brands like maxell and AONE (59p each), but I prefer the Verbatim and TDK.


Got mine this morning. Always test to see who makes "No name" discs.
These are TDK.
Tested by three different progs (DVD Identifier, Lite-On prog, and VSO prog). All say TDK discs
They boast of having the same "Hard coat" that TDK/Sony have, too.
Very few "cheapie" BD-R discs have that

Edited by: "PhilK" 8th Jun 2013
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