• Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
  • Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
  • Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
  • Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
  • Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
  • Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case
Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case

Verbatim DVD+R 4.7GB 16x AZO Recordable Media Disc - 20 Disc Slim Case

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  • 20 high-grade non-rewritable DVD+R discs with a one hundred year archival life and OEM drive certified
  • Advanced AZO recording dye optimizes read/write performance allowing to record in approximately 5 minutes
  • 4.7GB allows you to store up to 1550 photos or more than 120 minutes of 720p video
  • Compatible with most DVD-R and DVD+R drives including Pioneer, Apple, Sony, Dell, LG, HP, Lenovo and others
  • Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969, and guarantees this product with a limited lifetime warranty and technical support

Customer Reviews

A VERY expensive project I bought these DVDs specifically to create back up disks for my computers. I got a new laptop and realized I'd been negligent in creating back up disks for my 2 desk tops. Didn't have enough DVDs in my collection of computer parts. So, I ordered these. I calculated that I would need 14 discs for all 3 computers. Boy, was I wrong!! Of the many discs that I bought the first 3 were refused by the computer with the message "insert a blank disk". This was on the new laptop and I thought there was something wrong with the laptop. Finally got one to start copying and went to the other 2 computers to start burning there. It has taken me about 3 hours to FINALLY get enough good burns.I "wasted" 10 disks that had a "verify failed" message plus the 3 that wouldn't even record. 3DVD "+" R discs work just fine Dvds are ironically more important to me now than I thought they would be in 2018 (one of the reasons being that the latest Premiere Elements doesn't support blu-ray).These discs work great, just as expected. I've burned 10 of them so far with no write or read errors.A quick note: Remember these are "+" format discs, so if it's an option, be sure to "finalize" or "close" the burn when you're done to make sure the content is accessible on all platforms. This may not be an issue with newer devices, but it can cause frustration with older dvd players and some older computers. 4Bad Batch For The First Time OK I am rating these as two stars because out of the hundreds upon hundreds of these discs I have burned over the years this is the first time I am having failure rates of over half the spindle. It became so bad I bought a new burner only to discover that it wasn't the fault of my faithful old friend but rather these discs.Now keep in mind this is the only brand I have used and this is also the brand and format recommended by the manufacturer of my burner.Up until this spindle I maybe encountered one bad disc out of 100. What happens is when the disc is loaded in the tray they fail to burn, I mean they just sit and spin, the light blinks on the burner and nothing happens. This also just occurred in my Sony stand alone unit.I am planning to try another spindle, I hope this was just a fluke. Oh and this particular batch on sale in March at the cheapest price I have yet seen here on Amazon. The order I placed for another 100 pack just a couple of weeks prior, at the "regular" price, burned just fine, all of them. I should have been suspicious they were that cheap. What good is a sale if you have to throw at least half in the trash? 2The discs looked dirty and I had to throw those 40 away I've bought Verbatims, usually with no problems. However, the last spindle of 100 I bought had at least 40 discs that had visible "flecks" when reflecting the empty disc under a light source. The discs looked dirty and I had to throw those 40 away. This has never happened before. Let's hope the new spindle I bought to replace them does not have this problem. I don't know if recording on them would have caused a problem, but I also don't know if a problem would have developed down the road and then I would have found the problem. 3You cannot put pictures videos or music on THESE!! NOT A OLD REVIEW Was BOUGHTORDERD May 2019DO NOT BUY!! BE AWARE. THESE DO NOT WORK AT ALL/!!Update THESE are not writable as they claim I tried to put pictures on them I tried to put music on them I try to put home video of (graduation Friends ) IT SAYs not writable SCREEN SAY put a CD in that is writable/ readable E.drive Not Found WITH THIS "DVD-R" INSIDE THEN SLIDE DOOR POPS OPEN!Not worth it .Now I'm going to have to go somewhere else and spend more money for ones that do work and four ones that say what they do really do Window 10 HP.I won't ASK For A Replace or returnBUT WARNING PPL DO NOT BUY SAVE MONEY AND VULNERABLETIME/ "YOUR PICTHERS/ VIDEOS/ MUSIC."READ REVIEWS BEFORE BUYING !!! 1Terrible Results... I'm Wondering If I Bought Counterfeits In my experience, Verbatim has been almost untouchable with regard to reliability. I can't name a media manufacturer other than Taiyo Yuden that I trust quite as much.But these discs have been terrible. I'm less than halfway through the spindle in a VHS-ripping project, and out of 40 discs, I've had trouble copying the files from three of the discs. One of the three was partially unreadable in three different drives, and I had to re-rip the tape. I used a 50-spindle of TDK discs in the same process without a single error.I strongly suspect that I received counterfeit discs, but it's possible that I just got my first "bad batch" from Verbatim. I would give these less than one star if I could... nothing is worse than believing you have a copy of something and finding out later that your disc is garbage. 1Good Disc/Good Price Let me start by saying that you should check the dates of the reviews on this page, because 10 year old reviews on this product really do not apply. There also seems to be confusion about what +/- means and it's simple, the major difference is that they are not interchangeable when it comes to recording, both will play back in the majority of existing DVD Video players. DVD-R is the earlier standard and may work better for older recorders.I've recorded tens of thousands of DVD's and CD's for business reasons and can tell you that recorders are a much bigger problem than the discs. You should search your recorders make and model to learn what discs are compatible and if new firmware is available and why it's new. You may have to just try them if you don't know or can't find out your recorders disc compatibility. Updating your drives firmware can fix your recorders compatibility in many cases or it may be easier for some to just change brands/manufacturing method. Now I'll tell you about these discs.Fine DVD's at a fine price these are the basics, not double layer and will work for digital storage for most computers, which is the reason for my purchase. I fill them up with original photo's and music, usually creating a third copy that's not on a hard drive so my work won't get lost.Verbatim is a division of Mitsubishi, a good Japanese company that I've trusted for quite a while for digital storage and I like buying them bulk like this. I'll also buy paper sleeves to put them into, which keeps the cost down and I'll need less room for storage of the discs. But I don't buy just this brand, so shop for the cost per disc. 4Look for "AZO" on the label. I have been using these Verbatim DVD+R for many years now, over many boxes, and have never had a problem with the discs. The only problems occurred when the DVD drive went buggy. Be warned, however. Verbatim is marketing DVD's in similar packaging, at slightly lower price, but they are not the same. The best - any only ones to bother with - are these - which MUST specifically state "AZO" on the label, which is the particular dye that makes these the most reliable and long-lived. 5Quality has gone downhill significantly I bought 3 batches of these in 2015 - one in early 2015 from Microcenter, one in late 2015 from Microcenter, and one in late 2015 from Amazon. All 3 batches burned with severe errors according to Nero CD-DVD Speed. I wasn't even burning at 16X - I burned at 12X and 8X and still got a lot of PIF errors.Then I burned one of the few remaining Verbatim DVD+R discs I have from 2011, and it was almost flawless. Verbatim DVD media used to be the best, but they are poor quality now. I had to try Taiyo Yuden for the first time, and even though they cost about twice as much, the burn quality is excellent. Beware though, I heard Taiyo Yuden is about to move production from Japan to China. 1Still The Best Discs Made These are the best dvd+r's out there. Top notch quality still. The accuracy, reflectivity, compatibility and longevity of these discs can not be beat. Over the years I have only ever had a few bad discs. These days, they all seem to be made at the Taiwan facility which is the highest quality optical media factory in the world at this point. I have not had a coaster in years now. I have many of these discs that are 11 to 14 years old and they have very little to no degradation. All play fine. All scan either the same as they did when they were made or with a very very slight increase in very correctable errors. In fact, they scan better than most other manufacturers discs when brand new and I expect them to last decades more. Just make sure to store them indoors, away from light and not near a heat or ac vent. Don't worry about paying the high prices of M-Discs and gold discs (both of which have compatibility issues), these discs last. Make sure that your dvd drive is not wearing out. I have found the biggest problem over the years is in using a burner for too long. I have made the mistake in thinking that I had bad discs when it was really my drive getting old and not burning correctly. DVD drives' lasers weaken over time and I have found that to be as large an issue in producing quality discs as disc quality. I have always found DVD+R better than -R although there are some that claim that there is no difference. +R does have more error correction and in my experience have less problems. Also, buy these branded ones, not the 8x Datalife Plus ones. Those are made in China at a lesser facility and Verbatim has a history of making much better 16x media than 8x.The only other discs that compared to these were the Taiyo Yuden discs that were made in Japan. Now that they have closed that facility, Verbatim has no competition. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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  • 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
  • 20 high-grade non-rewritable DVD+R discs with a one hundred year archival life and OEM drive certified
  • Advanced AZO recording dye optimizes read/write performance allowing to record in approximately 5 minutes
  • 4.7GB allows you to store up to 1550 photos or more than 120 minutes of 720p video
  • Compatible with most DVD-R and DVD+R drives including Pioneer, Apple, Sony, Dell, LG, HP, Lenovo and others
  • Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969, and guarantees this product with a limited lifetime warranty and technical support
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A VERY expensive project I bought these DVDs specifically to create back up disks for my computers. I got a new laptop and realized I'd been negligent in creating back up disks for my 2 desk tops. Didn't have enough DVDs in my collection of computer parts. So, I ordered these. I calculated that I would need 14 discs for all 3 computers. Boy, was I wrong!! Of the many discs that I bought the first 3 were refused by the computer with the message "insert a blank disk". This was on the new laptop and I thought there was something wrong with the laptop. Finally got one to start copying and went to the other 2 computers to start burning there. It has taken me about 3 hours to FINALLY get enough good burns.I "wasted" 10 disks that had a "verify failed" message plus the 3 that wouldn't even record. 3DVD "+" R discs work just fine Dvds are ironically more important to me now than I thought they would be in 2018 (one of the reasons being that the latest Premiere Elements doesn't support blu-ray).These discs work great, just as expected. I've burned 10 of them so far with no write or read errors.A quick note: Remember these are "+" format discs, so if it's an option, be sure to "finalize" or "close" the burn when you're done to make sure the content is accessible on all platforms. This may not be an issue with newer devices, but it can cause frustration with older dvd players and some older computers. 4Bad Batch For The First Time OK I am rating these as two stars because out of the hundreds upon hundreds of these discs I have burned over the years this is the first time I am having failure rates of over half the spindle. It became so bad I bought a new burner only to discover that it wasn't the fault of my faithful old friend but rather these discs.Now keep in mind this is the only brand I have used and this is also the brand and format recommended by the manufacturer of my burner.Up until this spindle I maybe encountered one bad disc out of 100. What happens is when the disc is loaded in the tray they fail to burn, I mean they just sit and spin, the light blinks on the burner and nothing happens. This also just occurred in my Sony stand alone unit.I am planning to try another spindle, I hope this was just a fluke. Oh and this particular batch on sale in March at the cheapest price I have yet seen here on Amazon. The order I placed for another 100 pack just a couple of weeks prior, at the "regular" price, burned just fine, all of them. I should have been suspicious they were that cheap. What good is a sale if you have to throw at least half in the trash? 2The discs looked dirty and I had to throw those 40 away I've bought Verbatims, usually with no problems. However, the last spindle of 100 I bought had at least 40 discs that had visible "flecks" when reflecting the empty disc under a light source. The discs looked dirty and I had to throw those 40 away. This has never happened before. Let's hope the new spindle I bought to replace them does not have this problem. I don't know if recording on them would have caused a problem, but I also don't know if a problem would have developed down the road and then I would have found the problem. 3You cannot put pictures videos or music on THESE!! NOT A OLD REVIEW Was BOUGHTORDERD May 2019DO NOT BUY!! BE AWARE. THESE DO NOT WORK AT ALL/!!Update THESE are not writable as they claim I tried to put pictures on them I tried to put music on them I try to put home video of (graduation Friends ) IT SAYs not writable SCREEN SAY put a CD in that is writable/ readable E.drive Not Found WITH THIS "DVD-R" INSIDE THEN SLIDE DOOR POPS OPEN!Not worth it .Now I'm going to have to go somewhere else and spend more money for ones that do work and four ones that say what they do really do Window 10 HP.I won't ASK For A Replace or returnBUT WARNING PPL DO NOT BUY SAVE MONEY AND VULNERABLETIME/ "YOUR PICTHERS/ VIDEOS/ MUSIC."READ REVIEWS BEFORE BUYING !!! 1Terrible Results... I'm Wondering If I Bought Counterfeits In my experience, Verbatim has been almost untouchable with regard to reliability. I can't name a media manufacturer other than Taiyo Yuden that I trust quite as much.But these discs have been terrible. I'm less than halfway through the spindle in a VHS-ripping project, and out of 40 discs, I've had trouble copying the files from three of the discs. One of the three was partially unreadable in three different drives, and I had to re-rip the tape. I used a 50-spindle of TDK discs in the same process without a single error.I strongly suspect that I received counterfeit discs, but it's possible that I just got my first "bad batch" from Verbatim. I would give these less than one star if I could... nothing is worse than believing you have a copy of something and finding out later that your disc is garbage. 1Good Disc/Good Price Let me start by saying that you should check the dates of the reviews on this page, because 10 year old reviews on this product really do not apply. There also seems to be confusion about what +/- means and it's simple, the major difference is that they are not interchangeable when it comes to recording, both will play back in the majority of existing DVD Video players. DVD-R is the earlier standard and may work better for older recorders.I've recorded tens of thousands of DVD's and CD's for business reasons and can tell you that recorders are a much bigger problem than the discs. You should search your recorders make and model to learn what discs are compatible and if new firmware is available and why it's new. You may have to just try them if you don't know or can't find out your recorders disc compatibility. Updating your drives firmware can fix your recorders compatibility in many cases or it may be easier for some to just change brands/manufacturing method. Now I'll tell you about these discs.Fine DVD's at a fine price these are the basics, not double layer and will work for digital storage for most computers, which is the reason for my purchase. I fill them up with original photo's and music, usually creating a third copy that's not on a hard drive so my work won't get lost.Verbatim is a division of Mitsubishi, a good Japanese company that I've trusted for quite a while for digital storage and I like buying them bulk like this. I'll also buy paper sleeves to put them into, which keeps the cost down and I'll need less room for storage of the discs. But I don't buy just this brand, so shop for the cost per disc. 4Look for "AZO" on the label. I have been using these Verbatim DVD+R for many years now, over many boxes, and have never had a problem with the discs. The only problems occurred when the DVD drive went buggy. Be warned, however. Verbatim is marketing DVD's in similar packaging, at slightly lower price, but they are not the same. The best - any only ones to bother with - are these - which MUST specifically state "AZO" on the label, which is the particular dye that makes these the most reliable and long-lived. 5Quality has gone downhill significantly I bought 3 batches of these in 2015 - one in early 2015 from Microcenter, one in late 2015 from Microcenter, and one in late 2015 from Amazon. All 3 batches burned with severe errors according to Nero CD-DVD Speed. I wasn't even burning at 16X - I burned at 12X and 8X and still got a lot of PIF errors.Then I burned one of the few remaining Verbatim DVD+R discs I have from 2011, and it was almost flawless. Verbatim DVD media used to be the best, but they are poor quality now. I had to try Taiyo Yuden for the first time, and even though they cost about twice as much, the burn quality is excellent. Beware though, I heard Taiyo Yuden is about to move production from Japan to China. 1Still The Best Discs Made These are the best dvd+r's out there. Top notch quality still. The accuracy, reflectivity, compatibility and longevity of these discs can not be beat. Over the years I have only ever had a few bad discs. These days, they all seem to be made at the Taiwan facility which is the highest quality optical media factory in the world at this point. I have not had a coaster in years now. I have many of these discs that are 11 to 14 years old and they have very little to no degradation. All play fine. All scan either the same as they did when they were made or with a very very slight increase in very correctable errors. In fact, they scan better than most other manufacturers discs when brand new and I expect them to last decades more. Just make sure to store them indoors, away from light and not near a heat or ac vent. Don't worry about paying the high prices of M-Discs and gold discs (both of which have compatibility issues), these discs last. Make sure that your dvd drive is not wearing out. I have found the biggest problem over the years is in using a burner for too long. I have made the mistake in thinking that I had bad discs when it was really my drive getting old and not burning correctly. DVD drives' lasers weaken over time and I have found that to be as large an issue in producing quality discs as disc quality. I have always found DVD+R better than -R although there are some that claim that there is no difference. +R does have more error correction and in my experience have less problems. Also, buy these branded ones, not the 8x Datalife Plus ones. Those are made in China at a lesser facility and Verbatim has a history of making much better 16x media than 8x.The only other discs that compared to these were the Taiyo Yuden discs that were made in Japan. Now that they have closed that facility, Verbatim has no competition. 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.
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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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