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Aone DVD+R Dual Layer Full Face - 25 Pack
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Aone 8X Dual Layer DVD+R discs are designed for storing your video, audio, data or picture for a longer time! Although they are not as famous as some popular brands, their quality is comparable to those brands, and at a much cheaper price. So, why not buy it today and give it a try. We are sure that you will come back again! 25 Dual Double Layer 8 x DVD R DL Disk Disc Spindle. These disks are fully tested and compatible with DVD Players, Duplication Systems, XBOX 360 consoles. With the benefit of being dual layer, you can store up to 8.5GB of data or 240minutes of video!
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A good value pack of 25 x DVD Dual Layer +R media. Despite being a 'budget' make, they are good quality and I have had no issues using them in the DVD/CD writer in my HP Pavilion laptop. Playback has been fine both in other PCs and in our 2 DVD players at home.
Having a plain white face, they can be easily written on or, with a suitable inkjet printer, a label can be printed onto the DVD top surface directly.
I am very pleased, these DL DVDs are excellent value.
Usually use Verbatim 43667 discs and they are close to 100% success rate. Couldn't get these normal Verbatim discs this time out so went for the cheaper A One.
These A One discs are just a plain waste of money and totally wasted my time trying to burn to them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Half landed in a bin, write error. This never happened with Verbatim, so going back to Verbatim now.Published 7 months ago by COPY CUT
Great for backing up my work as a wedding photographer, and for sending out copies of digital files to brides and grooms.Published 9 months ago by Reel Life Photos
Discs arrived the following day of purchase, they came packed as standard in a box type envelope.
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Very poor disks 70% fail rate never had disk this bad before and would not recommend.Published 10 months ago by Kathleen Tumbridge