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Harvey Norman - Blank DVD-/+R on sale $17 Verbatim, TDK, LG

Posted By: doozerberry, posted 2009/03/27 19:28
I wandered into my local Harvey Norman store today and stumbled upon some great deals on Blank DVDs.

They had:-
TDK printable spindles 50 pack for $16.95, normally $25.00
LG printable spindles 50 pack for $17 (didnt get the RRP on this sorry)
AND
VERBATIM 50 pack spindles (not printable) for $17... the normal price on these... $39.
39°-+
  • nod2009/03/27 19:39:27
    Thanks Doozerberry. I wonder if it is OZ wide or just that your sotre had some stock to off load?
  • spodosaurus2009/03/27 21:13:19
    I think I saw these verbatim spindles at officeworks yesterday for the same price...
  • wheadle2009/03/27 21:33:07
    spodosaurus
    I think I saw these verbatim spindles at officeworks yesterday for the same price...


    So for brand quality who would you go with? They any different?
    HN got a sale tomorrow so I wonder if they will drop in price?
  • doozerberry2009/03/27 22:19:16
    I personally went Verbatim. That was based on a super quick search earlier today about which blank DVDs people recommend. The two most recommended were Verbatim and some Japanese brand... Youden something or other.

    The guy in store said that TDK were the forerunners on this product though, so I dont really know. I think I decided that seen as th Verbatim had an original price tag of $39, and I could get them for $17, they would do me. Plus, I wasn't looking for ikjet printable, in fact I prefer not printable so it doesnt suck up all my texta ink!
  • fishmonkey2009/03/28 21:01:11
    wheadle;83659
    So for brand quality who would you go with? They any different?


    this site has comprehensive info on DVD manufacture and quality...
    http://www.digitalfaq.com/reviews/dvd-media.htm

    even so, unfortunately you cannot rely completely on the brand name alone when there is outsourcing of manufacture... if top quality disks are really really important to you, then you can use a program like this to read the detailed info from a disk:
    http://dvd.identifier.cdfreaks.com/

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