Kodak DVD+R 16x 50 pack spindle £5 @Tesco
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Kodak DVD+R 16x 50 pack spindle £5 @Tesco

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Found 15th Jun 2013
These are on offer at £2.27 qty 10 but add 5 packs to basket and price reduces to £5 for 50 disks. Delivery to local store is free using click and collect.

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Been meaning to get some

Don't use them as much nowadays but have bought a few packs to have in the drawer. Thanks

Bought 10 packs. Used these before and find them very good. Nice find.

Original Poster

There are some historic customer comments on Tesco site re delivery confusion re jewel case/spindle/neither and speed 8x or 16x. Hope description is now accurate.

CouchPotatoe

There are some historic customer comments on Tesco site re delivery … There are some historic customer comments on Tesco site re delivery confusion re jewel case/spindle/neither and speed 8x or 16x. Hope description is now accurate.



That was when they had an image of the jewel case, since then they swapped for the x16 speed cello wrapped disc image which is what you now get
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 15th Jun 2013

Great find cheers

this is 2013

Got mine, thanks.

Ten packs to store for £10 sweet
Edited by: "truepalacefan" 15th Jun 2013

Orcinus_orca

this is 2013



Yes and in 2013 it is still customary to start a sentence with a capital letter.

Old does not mean redundant.

Thanks for posting, perfect timing for me - need to copy a hell of a lot of wedding dvds to send to various family members....

hot and just ordered.Thanks.

Club card point as well hot

What is the best free video burning software to use?

Wish - + hit and miss on recorders players : -(

Thanks for the heads up

Thanks

Heat added good deal.

Money786 - I use AVStoDVD to convert the file to DVD format then IMGburn to burn it. Both are free and you can set AVStoDVD to automatically open IMGburn. I've burned loads of DVD's this way works a treat.

ljaymuse

Heat added good deal.Money786 - I use AVStoDVD to convert the file to DVD … Heat added good deal.Money786 - I use AVStoDVD to convert the file to DVD format then IMGburn to burn it. Both are free and you can set AVStoDVD to automatically open IMGburn. I've burned loads of DVD's this way works a treat.



Thanks, would I be able to burn brrrip movies onto these disks which are on average 3.6gb

Sure thing, the programme will even deal with files bigger than DVD (over 4.7GB). Just keep in mind if that's the case some compression has to take place though the image quality is very good IMO.

Excellent. Just run out. Ordered 10 packs

So 1080p video that is ripped to 3.6gb can be burned onto here

Thanks so much, ordered

Nice find, ordered mine. Have some heat, thanks.

cheap but really poor quality.

nice find i buy dvdr for about £10 per 100 but its been a long time anywhere selling them for that but these work out at that cost so super hot thanks

reddit

Yes and in 2013 it is still customary to start a sentence with a capital … Yes and in 2013 it is still customary to start a sentence with a capital letter.Old does not mean redundant.



Not only that, but when these muppets who think they're at the forefront of technology make such stupid claims, they fail to point out where you could possibly get around 235GB of removable storage for £5 in any other medium

PS: You could have given credit where it's due OP: hotukdeals.com/dea…129
Edited by: "cookiemonster83" 15th Jun 2013

Orcinus_orca

this is 2013



Thanks for clarifying

Just got them today. VERY poor quality make, AML - there is a site which informs you of the quality of blank discs, and places them in 4 catagories, 1 is best, 4 is worst, and these are 4.
Still - I do discs for friends (and most often don't get the discs replaced) so these'll do

Add:- Tried the first one, and it wouldn't burn. Just stayed 0.0%. Odd, I thought. I tried it in something straight forward in Nero, a dvd data disc. e-books. At first it said the dvd wasn't empty, but asked did I want it to burn (first time I'd seen THAT) so it burned. Said "completed successfully", but won't play and doesn't show up at all in any way whatsoever. I knew they'd be poor - but not THIS bad
Edited by: "PhilK" 19th Jun 2013

I use TDK discs which cost a similar price but are better quality

Is this offer only online or can you buy them instore as well? (5 for £5)

Orcinus_orca

this is 2013


NO,

http://s23.postimg.org/xtnwcrmbv/This_is_KODAK_DVD_R.jpg

(It's funny 'cause it's a 7 year-old meme, see?)
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