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Philips 10 Pack Blank DVD+R at B&M 10p
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Philips 10 Pack Blank DVD+R at B&M 10p

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B&M Willesden , they had DVD+R , -R and CD , 10 pack , only the +R scanned as 10p on the shelf

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What are DVDs ?
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I think this offer may apply to all B&M stores. I got 18 Packs of DVD-R from Leytonstone, London
Edited by: "Safire" 26th Jan 2019
What are DVDs ?
ShafiqAmin26/01/2019 11:25

What are DVDs ?


Stuff people used before streaming and cloud storage
kingnpuk8 m ago

Stuff people used before streaming and cloud storage


Oh wow amazing
Very cheap, but anybody uses these anymore?
Can't remember the last time I burned anything on CD or DVD! I used back in the days though, still have a collection of films on CD...oh the days of 700mb capacity....lol
Not bad price for a pack of shiny drinks coasters !
Wasn't that long ago people used these. Technology has changed a lot in the last decade or so.
Still useful to be fair. That’s 47GB of storage for 10p.
None anywhere in West Midlands..
Always good to store your pictures on DVD just in case plus not everyone has access to cloud storage.
In fact I know a few people who dont have a computer and still watch DVD's
what.....are..these things you call......DVD's???
Red hot ! Burnt one only this week.
I used to buy so many blank dvds. Not big enough now for TV shows (I refuse to watch poor imitation video). They also don't hold data for very long before becoming unreadable.
The only thing I use an old CD for is to start up a copy of Norton Ghost to restore PC if it becomes necessary - it was created in March 2008, but it still works on Windows 7 - and without the CD Ghost won't run in restore mode. Norton Ghost doesn't exist these days either.
I still have a sealed tower of 100 blanks.
Just need to wait for a deal to buy a gun now.
GAME ON
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Any deal on 1.44mb floppy disk?
deleted161223126/01/2019 19:44

Any deal on 1.44mb floppy disk?



For a giggle, I went to nosy on Amazon thinking they'd be dirt cheap.

I was wrong.
friar_chris26/01/2019 16:36

I used to buy so many blank dvds. Not big enough now for TV shows (I …I used to buy so many blank dvds. Not big enough now for TV shows (I refuse to watch poor imitation video). They also don't hold data for very long before becoming unreadable.


Really. How long do they last then ?. I still play Dvds I burnt 10 years ago so when will they stop working
hotrol1 h, 7 m ago

Really. How long do they last then ?. I still play Dvds I burnt 10 years …Really. How long do they last then ?. I still play Dvds I burnt 10 years ago so when will they stop working


Most of mine from 2003 failed to transfer data data to my hard drives when I tried 4-5 years ago. That's when I stopped using recordable DVDs. I've had worse experiences with re-writable DVDs. Never any success. I've also had duplicate copies of DVDs fail to start playing and they are meant to have error checking abilities coded in into the data. I used to buy Memorex and Verbatim. I don't imagine there is a 'timed fuse', but the tales of DVDs lasting a hundred years....are either only about manufactured pressings or are lies.
jhw26/01/2019 17:47

The only thing I use an old CD for is to start up a copy of Norton Ghost …The only thing I use an old CD for is to start up a copy of Norton Ghost to restore PC if it becomes necessary - it was created in March 2008, but it still works on Windows 7 - and without the CD Ghost won't run in restore mode. Norton Ghost doesn't exist these days either.


You know you can do all of that using Windows built in Backup tool and a USB stick?
Disk imaging and restore was added in Vista :-)
Can't believe this got so hot, I bet none of the voters even bothered to look in the shop for this product. It's amazing how people follow the crowd when voting, or how a cheap price influences the vote, despite the fact 99% will not need it. Not suggesting this is not a good deal. The question is how many people use these anymore. As my wife said, regardless the price, a deal is not a good one, if you don't need the product.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 27th Jan 2019
sheffield78827/01/2019 09:02

Can't believe this got so hot, I bet none of the voters even bothered to …Can't believe this got so hot, I bet none of the voters even bothered to look in the shop for this product. It's amazing how people follow the crowd when voting, or how a cheap price influences the vote, despite the fact 99% will not need it. Not suggesting this is not a good deal. The question is how many people use these anymore. As my wife said, regardless the price, a deal is not a good one, if you don't need the product.



I vote hot if I think it's a good deal, regardless if I need it or would buy it. For example, I often vote hot on the PCP car deals even though I always buy second hard cars and would never go with one of these. If the deal looks good then it gets voted up.
aembleton22 m ago

I vote hot if I think it's a good deal, regardless if I need it or would …I vote hot if I think it's a good deal, regardless if I need it or would buy it. For example, I often vote hot on the PCP car deals even though I always buy second hard cars and would never go with one of these. If the deal looks good then it gets voted up.


I did vote hot too. It's a good deal. But I was not expected to get this hot, considering not many are still using such products. When a cheap power bank comes, people complain no usb c. When a cheap TV comes, again people complain is he ready, not full hd. So, I was expecting people not to bother with this deal.
Anybody know what their prices on floppy disks are please? Thanks
Safire26/01/2019 11:22

I think this offer may apply to all B&M stores. I got 18 Packs of DVD-R …I think this offer may apply to all B&M stores. I got 18 Packs of DVD-R from Leytonstone, London



So were the dvd-r ones that you purchased 18 of 10p as well or was it just the dvd+r ones that were 10p???
Edited by: "DRAMBUI" 27th Jan 2019
ShafiqAmin26th Jan

What are DVDs ?


Posh floppy discs
DRAMBUI20 h, 23 m ago

So were the dvd-r ones that you purchased 18 of 10p as well or was it just …So were the dvd-r ones that you purchased 18 of 10p as well or was it just the dvd+r ones that were 10p???


Yes pack of 10 DVD-r for 10p. I purchased 18 packs. DVD+r was in stock too at the same price but I don’t want those

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guru40427th Jan

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Haha it never gets old
Uridium27th Jan

You know you can do all of that using Windows built in Backup tool and a …You know you can do all of that using Windows built in Backup tool and a USB stick?Disk imaging and restore was added in Vista :-)



I know - but I don't like Windows Backup. I've tried it, but Ghost still works better, apart from the CD bit.
spectra704526th Jan

Always good to store your pictures on DVD just in case plus not everyone …Always good to store your pictures on DVD just in case plus not everyone has access to cloud storage.In fact I know a few people who dont have a computer and still watch DVD's



Wow amazing if true! Do they live in caves?
sheffield78827/01/2019 09:02

Can't believe this got so hot, I bet none of the voters even bothered to …Can't believe this got so hot, I bet none of the voters even bothered to look in the shop for this product. It's amazing how people follow the crowd when voting, or how a cheap price influences the vote, despite the fact 99% will not need it. Not suggesting this is not a good deal. The question is how many people use these anymore. As my wife said, regardless the price, a deal is not a good one, if you don't need the product.



Just what will happen when (as is not unlikely) the cloud computers where your cloud backup is stored get infected by viruses or all just crash! Or they simply up the price for storage or start charging you for storage or charge you whatever they fancy for storage.
After all for example google mail used to give unlimited storage for email, now it's 30GB (I think). Not much really. Lots of people (probably) pay now.
i store all my films etc here (with a backup) But one film takes about 4GB at HD resolution, reasonable quality. So I can easily put one on a single DVD. Same with youtube videos etc
Edited by: "jasee" 29th Jan 2019
tr0r26th Jan

For a giggle, I went to nosy on Amazon thinking they'd be dirt cheap.I was …For a giggle, I went to nosy on Amazon thinking they'd be dirt cheap.I was wrong.


You should see the price of 720KB floppies. I have plenty of vintage computing kit that needs those. Trying to format down 1.44MB floppies doesn’t work most of the time and isn’t very stable when it does.
Do they have VHS ?
Personally I haven't used one for years but I do know people use cds and dvds to scare the birds away from seeds.
edamer16 m ago

Personally I haven't used one for years but I do know people use cds and …Personally I haven't used one for years but I do know people use cds and dvds to scare the birds away from seeds.



Actually they are also useful for reflecting Ir remote signals. You check with a laser pointer
hotrol26th Jan

Really. How long do they last then ?. I still play Dvds I burnt 10 years …Really. How long do they last then ?. I still play Dvds I burnt 10 years ago so when will they stop working


I know a museum that archived their slides and they became unreadable over the years. These were data DVDs though do less tolerant of corruption than video where you may just get visual or audio artifices that you may or may not notice.
jasee5 h, 7 m ago

Just what will happen when (as is not unlikely) the cloud computers where …Just what will happen when (as is not unlikely) the cloud computers where your cloud backup is stored get infected by viruses or all just crash! Or they simply up the price for storage or start charging you for storage or charge you whatever they fancy for storage. After all for example google mail used to give unlimited storage for email, now it's 30GB (I think). Not much really. Lots of people (probably) pay now.i store all my films etc here (with a backup) But one film takes about 4GB at HD resolution, reasonable quality. So I can easily put one on a single DVD. Same with youtube videos etc


I agree with you. I do not use cloud services for this reason. But I have 2 portable hard drives and lots of usb sticks to store things. I find it easier. Not cheaper, is true, but not expensive as these used to be before. I had recorded hundreds of DVDs, but little by little moved towards hard drives, sd cards or flash drives. Both my laptops do not even have a cd/DVD unit, my main pc does one but was not used since years ago. As I said, a very cheap deal and can suit lots of people, I am just surprised to see people are using these when easier and more convenient things are available.
jasee5 h, 33 m ago

Just what will happen when (as is not unlikely) the cloud computers where …Just what will happen when (as is not unlikely) the cloud computers where your cloud backup is stored get infected by viruses or all just crash! Or they simply up the price for storage or start charging you for storage or charge you whatever they fancy for storage. After all for example google mail used to give unlimited storage for email, now it's 30GB (I think). Not much really. Lots of people (probably) pay now.i store all my films etc here (with a backup) But one film takes about 4GB at HD resolution, reasonable quality. So I can easily put one on a single DVD. Same with youtube videos etc


Neither cloud or local should be the only "Backup"...should be both..
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