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47 reviews | 4.8 out of 5
I've used dozens of different brands of recordable DVD discs, but Verbatim discs are the best by far. With others I've tried, there are always at least a few that are duds (especially when you buy a spindle of 50 discs). Not so with Verbatim. Every disc records without any problems at all. I highly recommend them. You won't be disappointed.
What makes this product good is that it each DVD has its own jewel case. Not stuck on a spindle, which will wear or ruin the recorded data. Another good thing is your can rewrite over or update old data without having to throw away the whole DVD.
So far the Verbatim DVD-RW's have worked in 3 different DVD Burners.
This is exactly what i was needing!
(Sony DVD-RW DL Burner) (nec DVD burner) &
(Samsung DVD burner)
Will definitely purchase these baby's again!
The only available DVD+RW's available in our small town WalMart were the Memorex. These Memorex DVD+RW's would not work in two different computers or with three different software burner programs. The Verbatim DVD+RW's had to be purchased online and shipped Site-to-Site to the local store. This takes a little longer, but is free. Verbatim's work just fine with whatever combination of computer/software is used. Since they were on sale I actually saved money.
I dubbed several old vhs christmas videos to Verbatim DVD + RW.......The quality of the video is very good
Possible use up to 1000 times. But they may get scratched before then. Or stolen by others.
I recently learned to burn movies and really did not know much about buying blank DVD's for this purpose. Verbatim is great!!
I have two magnavox DVD recorders. I record many programs on DVD HD in bedroom and sometimes want to watch them on my DVD recorder in family room. I can only do this by copying onto the RW disc. These work fine for this. I record in HQ so can only put one hour on a disc. My magnavox only works with certain DVD RW and this was one. I only needed one disc, but any "single disc" I could find on Amazon or ebay was about $10 with shipping. I found this 10 box set with ship to store on Walmart.com for $10 and now I've a lot of backup discs...may even sell half of them. The cheapest DVD RW in the Walmart store was something like $13/5.
Bonus cd case
I needed a RW system so that I could record on the DVR and play on another DVD player. +RW works best and Magnavox DVR listed this in the owner's manual the Verbatim brand as one that would play on their system.
I`ve never had any problems with verbatim,like I have with other certain brand names.Also works really good,no coasters.
a good price at $10.84
i use verbatim desk a lot of times
i like them a lot
and the price is real good
I stoped by the site to store department and taped the screen to let them know I was there for a pickup. I wheighed 10 minuts and Thought to myself. Forget this and I left.
I've only used 3 of the discs so far but i have copied an erased a lot on all 3 and no problems so far. i would buy again
After returning two boxes of Memorex DVD+RWs that would not format (not one disk in the box of 10!), I tried Verbatim. I've used 5 boxes and have yet to have a bad disk.
Product performed as promised.
My DVD Recorder suggests this brand and glad I could get them at a decent price.
These Verbatim rewritable DVD's are the discs that you are looking for. They are high- quality discs and each one comes in its own individual storage case. You don't need to look any farther...these are the real deal.
Have been able to record and a rerecord a few times with these disks.