|Item Weight||9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 9 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||DSR-1|
|Color Name||White with blue top.|
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DVD Repair Machine / Kit
- removes dvd or CD scratches. Polishes them to almost new.
- Use it to fix unplayable DVDs/CDs or polish them or great listening or viewing.
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R1 is the world''s first homeuse/small video rental use automatic optical disc scratch removal machine. It can not only repair the discs but really remove all scratches , restoring discs to a like-new condition (within reason). 10 seconds repair time 3 seconds cleaning time It Repairs/cleans the following: CD, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, DVD, DVD+-R, DVD+-RW, GAME DISC, PS II, X-BOX DISC and other optical disc. Supports 12cm and 8cm disc Repair Time Light scratch: 10~30 secs Medium scratch: 40~60 secs Deep scratch: 70~90 secs Dimension:15X16.5X18cm Weight:3.5kg. Note: It is cheap enough to buy two so that you can make a repair station and a cleaning station with different rubbing pads. Comes with supplies for about 300 repairs and almost unlimited cleaning. Packing: DSR-R1 Machine with the accessories ACCESSORIES: Green Glueless Sticker 3PCS Transparent Glueless Sticker 3PCS Red Polishing Compound Cream 1PC Yellow Polishing Compound Cream 1PC White Finish Polishing Compound 1PC Abrasive-pad 2PC Yellow Polishing Pad 100PCS Blue clean Pad 10PCS White Polishing Pad 10PCS Disc Cleaner 1PC each set accessorie can repair about 100 discs MADE IN TAIWAN Warranty: 30 day money back guarantee - ask for RMA number - return in original packaging - you pay freight both ways and we may charge you $10 for the supplies used. Repair: Six months - We will repair or replace it. some Links: *********************************************** For full list "All Supplies" here. List of Resellers DEMO ************************************************* More questions? Please call 800-732-5727
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This one, however, both removes all reasonable scratches (if it's too deep, sorry, there's nothing in existence that will remove it) AND makes the CD look brand new. It is a long process, not a 20 second "stick it in and forget about it" procedure, but the end results are incredible. You have to work for it, maybe half an hour on a horribly scratchy disk, but this thing will work miracles!!!
Ultimately, we selected the JFJ Easy Pro Plus, but the Simotech ZDAG 102 gave a good performance. Our rating was based thusly:
Ease Of Use - The ZDAG was marked slightly lower because of the need to deal with two polishing pads, compared to the single pad of the competition.
Quality of instructions - The ZDAG rated poorly here because it came with only a single page of xeroxed text, written poorly in a sort of 'Ching-lish', with no illustrations. The competing polisher had a book of clear text with plenty of color illustrations.
Messiness - The ZDAG fared better here, because the CD rotates and the polishing pads do not; on the competing polisher, the high speed rotation of the polishing pad flings the abrasive solution off onto the inner surface of the housing. The ZDAG would be better for occasional use in a home environment.
Consumption of Expendables - The ZDAG is slightly better for occasional use because its stationary polishing pads retain their abrasive solution rather than flinging it around. On the other hand, the pads are adhesive mounted and are pretty much ruined when replacing them with other pads having different grades of abrasive, whereas the competing polisher has Velcro mounted pads that are not ruined when switching back and forth between grades of abrasives.
Polishing Results - The ZDAG and its competition both succeeded in removing all significant scratches and blemishes from the deliberately damaged CDs. In every case, the ZDAG left behind more fine 'polishing scratches' than did the competing polisher. The sandpaper abrasives were not used on either polisher, since only the most heavily scratched CDs would require this.
So, comparative results aside, what is the ZDAG like to use?
The base unit, aka the 'polisher machine' is basically a motorized turntable which holds the CD (or DVD), with two polishing pad holders on the hinged lid and a solid state motor timer operated with a pushbutton on the front of the unit.
The CD/DVD is held to the turntable using a nut that screws onto the central pin. The two pad holders have smooth plastic surfaces, and this is where the adhesive-backed polishing pads attach. One of the pads is positioned to polish the inner half of the CD/DVD, while the other is positioned to polish the outer half. You could, in theory, use the ZDAG to polish those tiny CD ROMs by using only the inner polishing pads.
Peel the backing paper from two polishing pads, stick the pads to the holders, apply a few drops of abrasive polishing solution to each pad, and close the hinged lid. Press the pushbutton, and the timer runs the motor for a short while. Open the lid, unscrew the nut and remove the disc. Wash it off under running water and dry it. Spray on the cleaning solution (included) and do a final wipe with the soft cloth provided. Done.
For a disc with heavier scratches, use the grittier polishing solution first, then replace the pads and do another pass with the finer abrasive solution. For deeper scratches, sand the disc first using the small sanding block (two are provided), then run the two polishing passes; you will need to change the pads for each type of solution.
The kit also includes a set of buffing pads and a tiny bottle of special solution (I think this is some sort of wax), which does not remove scratches, but which can fill in any scratches that might remain.
The base unit is quite small, not much wider than a CD, and is about 5-6 inches high. It would be a good choice for use at home where occasional CD/DVD polishing is needed, especially if you buy used discs from Amazon Marketplace sellers.
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