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Cheapest DVD-R's

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Stereo Steve, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. Stereo Steve

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    I always seem to spend loads on DVD-r disks once postage is taken into account. I'm thinking of buying a large quantity at once. Anyone got any recommendations for the cheapest place to buy them? Something like free postage over a certain amount would be good. I've got to about 18p each for 200 inc postage so far. Anywhere cheaper?

    Cheers in advance.
     
  2. e365user

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    get dabsvalue -100 disks(8x should be ok for 12X) for £18
     
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    try www.121cdr.co.uk - they often have 99p delivery with orders over £30
    I have used them many times before and their customer service is second to none
     
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    novatech do own branded 50's for about £6

    Wierdly I can burn (but not read) them in my pioneer 108, but can be read my other drives. Very odd.
     
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    Got to agree with Darkeeboy that www.svp.co.uk (aka blankdiscshop and 121cdr) have great customer service and are cheap. I've recommended them to loads of people.

    The cheapest bulk deal they do right now is 100 for £19.99 but I'd rather pay a little more for reliable discs.

    I usually buy their datasafe dvd-r's (£6 for 25), they work everytime in my Pioneer 106. Dabs Value ones that I got at the sametime as my writer were awful, every other disc was a drinks coaster.
     
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    SVP get my vote as well. I'd never use anyone else - I use Bulkpaq Orange
     
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    SVP always, I usually go for the cheapest Ritek G04 dye disc. Never any problems in my Pioneer 106. Look out for their 99p shipping deals, register to get iemail info on this.

    KH
     

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