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[Staples] Verbatim 100-pack DVD-R ~ $19.93

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[Staples] Verbatim 100-pack DVD-R ~ $19.93

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I know discs aren't used a lot any more but they are still great for giving movies and pictures to friends!
At $19.93 these are about half price from current MSRP. Enjoy!

Pricing valid until November 29th.

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Good find. Too bad that I still have 500 or so I've never used.
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How much is Costco selling the 50's?
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ammaretto007 wrote: Thanks! i go through alot of these.
What do you use them for? I have a bunch, but the only thing I use them for these days is for burning Windows or Linux ISOs onto a disc.

They're too small for backups these days.
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Kurtz7834 wrote: What do you use them for? I have a bunch, but the only thing I use them for these days is for burning Windows or Linux ISOs onto a disc.

They're too small for backups these days.
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burning movies/videos for family members..i also make photo DVD slideshows.
in the summer i hang the disks in the garden to keep birds away. also do crafts with the old disks
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Good price. Going to pick this up. I don't burn much stuff anymore since everything is streamed, but it's good to have these around when I do need a blank DVD
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Is Verbatim still considered the best in the class (scratch resistance and burning quality) ?

I convert mp4 to dvd and then burn for kids to enjoy in the minivan since chrysler doesn't support nothing but properly authored DVD.
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darkesha wrote: Is Verbatim still considered the best in the class (scratch resistance and burning quality) ?
I believe that Taiyo Yuden was always considered to be the best, but Verbatim Datalife Plus / Azo (which these are) are a close second.

For those who prefer DVD+Rs:
http://www.staples.ca/en/Verbatim-4-7GB ... CA_1_20001

The Sonys are okay, too, but Verbatim is better, although Sonys look better, in my opinion :) . I have some Sony +Rs that were made by TY, but I wouldn't expect current stock to be.
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acbay21 wrote: How much is Costco selling the 50's?
YMMV, but my local Costcos rarely have dvds anymore, and they are usually TDK 100 packs. The price was usually around $20 but iirc they dropped to ~$17 a couple of times.

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wow a dvd thread! feels like 2007 in here. Which reminds me, I still have hundreds left over from around that year. They're probably going stale...
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rabbit wrote: I believe that Taiyo Yuden was always considered to be the best, but Verbatim Datalife Plus / Azo (which these are) are a close second.

For those who prefer DVD+Rs:
http://www.staples.ca/en/Verbatim-4-7GB ... CA_1_20001

The Sonys are okay, too, but Verbatim is better, although Sonys look better, in my opinion :) . I have some Sony +Rs that were made by TY, but I wouldn't expect current stock to be.
Thanks for the reply,...I remember (at the time) only buying Taiyo Yudens printables...where the printing medium wasn't paper but some silver compound and prints looked AMAZING....I mostly printed at 30-40% of opacity to conserve the ink, but few I printed at 100% looked amazing.

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