• Verbatim M Disc Dvd R 4.7 Gb 4 X With Branded Surface   25pk Spindle   98908, Blue
  • Verbatim M Disc Dvd R 4.7 Gb 4 X With Branded Surface   25pk Spindle   98908, Blue
Verbatim M Disc Dvd R 4.7 Gb 4 X With Branded Surface   25pk Spindle   98908, Blue
Verbatim M Disc Dvd R 4.7 Gb 4 X With Branded Surface   25pk Spindle   98908, Blue

Verbatim M Disc Dvd R 4.7 Gb 4 X With Branded Surface 25pk Spindle 98908, Blue

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  • 25 high-grade non-rewritable DVD-R discs with projected lifetime of several hundred years (based on ISO/IEC 16963 testing)
  • Stored data is engraved - ultimate archival solution. Impervious to environmental exposure, including light, temperature and humidity
  • 4.7GB allows you to store up to 1550 photos or more than 120 minutes of 720p video
  • Withstood rigorous testing for durability by US Department of Defense
  • Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969, and guarantees this product with a 10-year limited warranty and technical support

Customer Reviews

Very durable in cold weather Bought these in 2018. Very pleased and excited that i was able to make copies of every dvd that i had onto these m disk.For my own experiment, i had some extra m disk left, so i made a extra copy of one of my dvds onto an extra m disk that I had left over and i put put it outside, completely exposed to the natural elements of nature ALL WINTER from the day before winter started until the day after winter officially ended (i live on the east coast where at one point in the night it was -10 degrees below zero) then bung the dvd back inside my house to let it dry out for three days. I just popped it into a portable dvd player and it still works!!!!Im planning on taking the same m disk and setting it outside all summer. I will bring it inside the day after summer ends to see if it still works. Ill keep you posted. Thanks a million. 5Good performance at a not unreasonable price. This is my first purchase of M disc media, so there are a lot of things I don t know about it. I don t know what a branded surface means, or why that is important. I was looking for a way to store 100 year old family photos and I knew that dye based DVDs have a limited life. I was able to burn a disk with these photo images on it, access them with both the original drive used to burn the disk and also view the images on my television using a bluray player. M disc in general seems costly, I wish it was cheaper so I could use it on a routine basis. This product cost wise is headed in the right direction.. How much are archival properties worth? Quite a bit, I think. 5OUR EXPERIENCE WITH M-DISCs We purchased 2 - 25 packs of these when we saw they were available, because Verbatim has been a favorite of ours since we purchased their floppies back in the early eighties. We have been using M-discs for over a year (somewhere between 2 & 3 hundred Blu-ray, 50 to a 100 DVDs). We recorded live sporting events for most of 15 seasons at a rate of 90 events per season. Needless to say, we have a lot of backing-up to do. As far as the discs go, I have no complaints. We did have a problem for a short time, which was traced to a software problem that went like this....write a Blu-ray disc, then try to write a DVD, it would fail and also vice-versa. A simple system restart before burning solved this problem. BTW, we install 2 different Blu-ray burners in each computer and, as a rule use one to burn the Blu-rays and one for DVDs. This may have contributed to the problem, but we doubt it. Also, we have tried all the brands and configurations that are available so far except BDXL which we have, but haven't tried. Also, we have found that the Verbatim DVDs are playing in our refurbished testing player when the other brands failed (may not be consistent, only tried 3 so far). AND, we have decided that ALL videos we produce for our customers will be delivered on the M-DISCs (as of January 1, 2016). 5High quality optical media for long-term archival and storage. I've been using these discs for quite some time to archive as well as backup some critical files. I've done some testing and so far I have not been able to get one of these discs to fail. Of course the 1000 year lifetime is theoretical, but so far they have been very solid and resilient discs. In my opinion, they're the easiest way to have as permanent an archive as possible.If I had to come up with a complaint, it would probably be that the warranty on most Verbatim optical media is 'lifetime', but the warranty on these discs is 10 years. Wouldn't you think they'd offer a lifetime warranty on discs that should last 1000+ years, before they offer it on their regular media?Overall a high quality disc and possibly the safest way to archive your data for the long-term. 51000 years is about twice as long as my wildest dreams but oh well I do a lot of digital archiving and these are just fabulous. I use an LG burner LG 6x WP50NB40 Slim Portable Blu-Ray Writer - Supports M-DISC and BDXL (Black, Retail Box) and these write just fine. They can then be read by any old DVD drive made past 2003 or so. 5Writing and playing went without hitch I wanted to make some home made DVD's as permanent as possible. I was able to easily copy my regular DVDs to the M-Disc and the resulting DVDs played in the 5 different DVD players I tried them in. I will use these in future for data I want to keep permanently. 5I love these These is really amazing technology. Yes, many would say that if they last a hundred years, you won't be able to read DVDs anymore. But SOMEONE will be able to read them. Super8 and VHS works the same way. Using these, I NEVER have to worry about recopying archival disks every few years to ensure readability. 5They arrived quickly through Prime and were packaged in a box with packing material and looked to be in good shape. I started bu Bought these disks to save my family pictures to. I have digital pictures from all the way back to 2003 and have been worried that 3 backup hard drives are not secure enough to ensure their survival over time. After hearing about M-Disk being able to last for one thousand years I thought I'd give them a try, no harm in having another medium to secure memories on. They arrived quickly through Prime and were packaged in a box with packing material and looked to be in good shape. I started burning pictures and videos from 2003 and the process went smoothly and without any hiccups or errors. I checked each dick for errors and completeness and found them to be burned properly. I have a fairly large library of video and pictures of slightly more than 110 gigs plus another 6 gigs of mp3's that I was able to save to these disks. I purchased this pack of 25 M-Disks and have one left. Seeing as my library seems to grow exponentially with each passing year, 2017 is going to need several M-Disks when I burn it. I ordered another 25 pack and have it ready to go. I am considering making another copy of these archive disks to keep in another location like a safety deposit box just in case, I'd very much hate to loose all of these family memories as my children are growing up way too fast for my taste. Then the grandchildren .. I'm going to need a lot more M-Disks. These disks are pretty pricey compared to regular DVD's but the peace of mind in knowing that my family memories are much more secure on M-Disks than on DVD's is worth it in my opinion and the price will come down as more manufactures start competing in the market. 5Problems with these.... Using a brand-new ProDuplicator M-disk machine, I set forth to copy a pile of family movie DVDs. At first, all went well. I checked each completed disc on my Samsung Blu-ray DVD player. All good. Then, after about 10 discs, the newly-burned M-disks began to not work properly in the Samsung...but would work fine on my Sony blue-ray DVD player. Since these were to be gifts, I could not accept this variance in usability across disc players. I returned these and bought Verbatim "AZO" DVD-R discs. Over 100 discs burned, and not a single failure. The M-disc concept sounds great, and perhaps is for many people, but I returned them. The reliable "AZO" disks will last a LONG time and cost a LOT less, too. 3Works in a standard DVD/CD writer I used an "LG Internal 24x Super Multi with M-DISC Support SATA Model GH24NSC0B" purchased from NewE**, and the discs accepted the "write" and were easy and flawless to read in the same LG writer. I have not tried a DVD player, yet. They are a little expensive at present (Feb.2018), but I have already had standard (Verbatim) discs produce LOUD non-musical sounds on MP3 CDs. These unwanted changes were cause by higher automobile temps. and stray non-direct UV sunlight. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • 25 high-grade non-rewritable DVD-R discs with projected lifetime of several hundred years (based on ISO/IEC 16963 testing)
  • Stored data is engraved - ultimate archival solution. Impervious to environmental exposure, including light, temperature and humidity
  • 4.7GB allows you to store up to 1550 photos or more than 120 minutes of 720p video
  • Withstood rigorous testing for durability by US Department of Defense
  • Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969, and guarantees this product with a 10-year limited warranty and technical support
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Very durable in cold weather Bought these in 2018. Very pleased and excited that i was able to make copies of every dvd that i had onto these m disk.For my own experiment, i had some extra m disk left, so i made a extra copy of one of my dvds onto an extra m disk that I had left over and i put put it outside, completely exposed to the natural elements of nature ALL WINTER from the day before winter started until the day after winter officially ended (i live on the east coast where at one point in the night it was -10 degrees below zero) then bung the dvd back inside my house to let it dry out for three days. I just popped it into a portable dvd player and it still works!!!!Im planning on taking the same m disk and setting it outside all summer. I will bring it inside the day after summer ends to see if it still works. Ill keep you posted. Thanks a million. 5Good performance at a not unreasonable price. This is my first purchase of M disc media, so there are a lot of things I don t know about it. I don t know what a branded surface means, or why that is important. I was looking for a way to store 100 year old family photos and I knew that dye based DVDs have a limited life. I was able to burn a disk with these photo images on it, access them with both the original drive used to burn the disk and also view the images on my television using a bluray player. M disc in general seems costly, I wish it was cheaper so I could use it on a routine basis. This product cost wise is headed in the right direction.. How much are archival properties worth? Quite a bit, I think. 5OUR EXPERIENCE WITH M-DISCs We purchased 2 - 25 packs of these when we saw they were available, because Verbatim has been a favorite of ours since we purchased their floppies back in the early eighties. We have been using M-discs for over a year (somewhere between 2 & 3 hundred Blu-ray, 50 to a 100 DVDs). We recorded live sporting events for most of 15 seasons at a rate of 90 events per season. Needless to say, we have a lot of backing-up to do. As far as the discs go, I have no complaints. We did have a problem for a short time, which was traced to a software problem that went like this....write a Blu-ray disc, then try to write a DVD, it would fail and also vice-versa. A simple system restart before burning solved this problem. BTW, we install 2 different Blu-ray burners in each computer and, as a rule use one to burn the Blu-rays and one for DVDs. This may have contributed to the problem, but we doubt it. Also, we have tried all the brands and configurations that are available so far except BDXL which we have, but haven't tried. Also, we have found that the Verbatim DVDs are playing in our refurbished testing player when the other brands failed (may not be consistent, only tried 3 so far). AND, we have decided that ALL videos we produce for our customers will be delivered on the M-DISCs (as of January 1, 2016). 5High quality optical media for long-term archival and storage. I've been using these discs for quite some time to archive as well as backup some critical files. I've done some testing and so far I have not been able to get one of these discs to fail. Of course the 1000 year lifetime is theoretical, but so far they have been very solid and resilient discs. In my opinion, they're the easiest way to have as permanent an archive as possible.If I had to come up with a complaint, it would probably be that the warranty on most Verbatim optical media is 'lifetime', but the warranty on these discs is 10 years. Wouldn't you think they'd offer a lifetime warranty on discs that should last 1000+ years, before they offer it on their regular media?Overall a high quality disc and possibly the safest way to archive your data for the long-term. 51000 years is about twice as long as my wildest dreams but oh well I do a lot of digital archiving and these are just fabulous. I use an LG burner LG 6x WP50NB40 Slim Portable Blu-Ray Writer - Supports M-DISC and BDXL (Black, Retail Box) and these write just fine. They can then be read by any old DVD drive made past 2003 or so. 5Writing and playing went without hitch I wanted to make some home made DVD's as permanent as possible. I was able to easily copy my regular DVDs to the M-Disc and the resulting DVDs played in the 5 different DVD players I tried them in. I will use these in future for data I want to keep permanently. 5I love these These is really amazing technology. Yes, many would say that if they last a hundred years, you won't be able to read DVDs anymore. But SOMEONE will be able to read them. Super8 and VHS works the same way. Using these, I NEVER have to worry about recopying archival disks every few years to ensure readability. 5They arrived quickly through Prime and were packaged in a box with packing material and looked to be in good shape. I started bu Bought these disks to save my family pictures to. I have digital pictures from all the way back to 2003 and have been worried that 3 backup hard drives are not secure enough to ensure their survival over time. After hearing about M-Disk being able to last for one thousand years I thought I'd give them a try, no harm in having another medium to secure memories on. They arrived quickly through Prime and were packaged in a box with packing material and looked to be in good shape. I started burning pictures and videos from 2003 and the process went smoothly and without any hiccups or errors. I checked each dick for errors and completeness and found them to be burned properly. I have a fairly large library of video and pictures of slightly more than 110 gigs plus another 6 gigs of mp3's that I was able to save to these disks. I purchased this pack of 25 M-Disks and have one left. Seeing as my library seems to grow exponentially with each passing year, 2017 is going to need several M-Disks when I burn it. I ordered another 25 pack and have it ready to go. I am considering making another copy of these archive disks to keep in another location like a safety deposit box just in case, I'd very much hate to loose all of these family memories as my children are growing up way too fast for my taste. Then the grandchildren .. I'm going to need a lot more M-Disks. These disks are pretty pricey compared to regular DVD's but the peace of mind in knowing that my family memories are much more secure on M-Disks than on DVD's is worth it in my opinion and the price will come down as more manufactures start competing in the market. 5Problems with these.... Using a brand-new ProDuplicator M-disk machine, I set forth to copy a pile of family movie DVDs. At first, all went well. I checked each completed disc on my Samsung Blu-ray DVD player. All good. Then, after about 10 discs, the newly-burned M-disks began to not work properly in the Samsung...but would work fine on my Sony blue-ray DVD player. Since these were to be gifts, I could not accept this variance in usability across disc players. I returned these and bought Verbatim "AZO" DVD-R discs. Over 100 discs burned, and not a single failure. The M-disc concept sounds great, and perhaps is for many people, but I returned them. The reliable "AZO" disks will last a LONG time and cost a LOT less, too. 3Works in a standard DVD/CD writer I used an "LG Internal 24x Super Multi with M-DISC Support SATA Model GH24NSC0B" purchased from NewE**, and the discs accepted the "write" and were easy and flawless to read in the same LG writer. I have not tried a DVD player, yet. They are a little expensive at present (Feb.2018), but I have already had standard (Verbatim) discs produce LOUD non-musical sounds on MP3 CDs. These unwanted changes were cause by higher automobile temps. and stray non-direct UV sunlight. 5
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Return And Refund Policy
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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