LG BH10LS30 10x BD-RE with DVD±RW & LightScribe SATA Blu-Ray Drive - OEM Black includes software @ £85.99 @ Overclockers
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LG BH10LS30 10x BD-RE with DVD±RW & LightScribe SATA Blu-Ray Drive - OEM Black includes software @ £85.99 @ Overclockers

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Found 25th Aug 2010
If you are an Overclockers forum member with a certain number of posts you get free delivery, you can also collect from their Stoke store.

Read and write Blu-ray discs at 10x with the BH10LS30 Blu-ray rewriter that allows you record files, photos, or business documents onto a single dual layer BD-R Blu-ray disc. Play HD content from BD Video discs or record up to nine hours of high definition video. SATA interface technology allows for easier integration and ultimately faster performance while LightScribe gives you the added feature of etching customized labels onto a special coated LightScribe discs (sold separately). Get into the Blu with the BH10LS30 by LG.
Key Features

* BD/DVD/CD Read and Write
* 10x BD-R Write Speed
* 16x DVD+/- Write Speed
* LightScribe™ Disc Labeling
* Serial ATA Technology

Serial ATA Technology
This evolutionary interface connects optical drives to the PC motherboard allowing for enhancements to the computing platform.

LightScribe™ Disc Labeling
LightScribe is a laser-printing technology that allows users to create silkscreen-quality labels right inside LG optical drives, by simply flipping over the exclusive LightScribe disc.

BD/DVD/CD Read and Write
Enjoy maximum versatility at home with combined Blu-ray, DVD, and CD burning/reading capabilities.

13 Comments

£94.51 with shipping (£8.52!). Cheeper at Ebuyer (89.99 delivered.)

Ocforums free delivery requires hundreds of posts over a certain ammount of time.
Great price if you live in Stoke though

many dont like overclockers due to their politics

googles predictive suggest thingy brings up 'overclockers racist' as 4th most typed for a reason

Original Poster

there's never been any proof about overclockers being racist though, it could well be their competitors giving them a bad name.

For free delivery you need:

250 posts and have been registered for 90 days

There is allways lots of negitave feedback from HUKD members whenever I post anything from overclockers regarding their woefull customer service, allthough I have never had any issue. Saying that, I have never had to return anything..

Seeing as you can't get free shipping for at least 3 months, you should include the cost in the posted price.
Edited by: "djfluff" 25th Aug 2010

I just bought an Overclockers mobo bundle, wasn't aware of these accusations, should I send it back?
Or is it just bunkum put about by troublemakers with nothing better to do.

wobbler44

should I send it back?



What makes you think that OcUK accept returns?
Edited by: "Zaxxan" 25th Aug 2010

That they have to by law? DSR....

They even quote it themselves on their site: "Under the Distance Selling Regulations (2000) you have the right to cancel the contract relating to your order at any time up to the end of 7 working days after the goods are delivered."

OCUK Support page

Edited by: "Glix" 25th Aug 2010

Original Poster

why would you send working products back based on a rumour of racism, is it not innocent until proven guilty anymore in the UK?

OK, I'll keep it and just pray it doesn't go belly-up.

wobbler44

OK, I'll keep it and just pray it doesn't go belly-up.


You can allways RMA the parts direct to the manfacturer

Original Poster

£85.78 @ scan now: scan.co.uk/Pro…OEM

free delivery for avforums and hexus forum members with 50 posts ish, also free collection at their bolton store.

what sort of proof did you want? iirc it was owners/mods of their forums that were posting crap
forget now was years back

Glix

That they have to by law? DSR....They even quote it themselves on their … That they have to by law? DSR....They even quote it themselves on their site: "Under the Distance Selling Regulations (2000) you have the right to cancel the contract relating to your order at any time up to the end of 7 working days after the goods are delivered."OCUK Support page



From my experience of returning products to OcUK you have to go through trading standards before they remember that they have to comply with any laws

Edited by: "Zaxxan" 26th Aug 2010
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