- Brand Name: Verbatim
- Model Number: 94691
- Removable Storage Native Capacity: 700 MB
- Write Speed: 40x
- Media Type: CD-R, CD-R;
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Verbatim 700 MB 52x 80 Minute Branded Recordable Disc CD-R, 50-Disc Spindle 94691
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- Media Included Qty: 50
- Native Capacity: 700 MB
- Recording Time: 80min
- The fastest CD recordable media technology available on the market today
- Has 100 year archival life
- Highest quality manufacturing
- Rugged, reusable "cake box" spindle to protect from dust and damage for long term storage.
- No hassle Limited Lifetime warranty. Toll free 1-800 Technical Support Line.
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Before using these, I had bought some of another well known brand. The others did not work well at all for me. I had a failure rate of over 50%. With the Verbatim brand, I have not had any that failed out of about 75 tried.
I would say that this particular media is a very good product based upon my experience.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use these constantly to store the music that I have to score and arrange all the time. These are good. I like them.Published 2 days ago by hearsmusic
I bought these after buying TDK for the past 5 years and now only being able to get Memorex at a low price (I've had very bad experiences with Memorex CDRs in the past). Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mati Muiop
Best deal on CD-Rs that I can find anywhere. And I go through them fast, so a hundred is nothing to me. I like to make mix CDs for friends and family.Published 4 days ago by Roy A. Lay
Not sure if I just got a bad batch but these CDs are no good. Takes forever to download pictures onto and then won't open anything once it finally is downloaded. Read morePublished 5 days ago by justin