This was posted 4 years 8 months 4 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired MPM DVD-R DVD $17 100pk Harvey Norman

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Hey Guys thought I would point out,

Normally $49.95 insane price, but for limited time only $17! bargin!! see in store, I visited oxley they didn't have any price showing $17.. only $49.95 but when put thru reg, it was $17! Go for it! Oxley have plenty


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    Are they a good brand?

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    Generic stuff that works (for a limited time)

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      I prefer to avoid that crap, not worth the effort :(

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    I purchased a 50 spindle about 3 months ago. Used more than half and had no problems to date. Only used to back up kids DVD's so no big issue if they fail. I paid $9 for the 50 at HN.

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    Yeah, good price for stuff that you dont care about.

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    never heard of the brand before.
    I bought some generic brands blank DVDs before and they became unreadable after 1.5 years.
    very temping but I think I will stay away.

    I would still vote positive for this bargain.

    :)

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      Just as Woolies has home brand, JB has soniq, HN has MPM.

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      unreadable…
      does that even mean once you've burnt something on it lets say some movies/photo and 1.5years later you cant read it anymore as well?

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    I want cheap BD-Rs, BD-R DL discs.

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      I bought 2 x spindles of 50 of Sony BD-R for $55US when I was in Tokyo last month, so there is cheap media around but as usual it will be a while before we get it.

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    thanks guys! just wanted to post it out there for everyone to know also apparently on the packaging it does state: Excellent Shelf and archival life! =p
    Only posted this up because it wasn't posted up here like the 2tb drive for $99 was

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    Around 12 left at Chirnside Park Victoria. Items individually marked as $49.95. Sticker on shelf says $17. Runs thru cash register at $17 without issue.

    Packaging lists, for Movies, Photos and Music. Also states - Lifetime Warranty, mpm DVD-R is warranted to be free from defects in workmanship or materials. If any defect in workmanship or materials is found IMCORP (AustraliaPacific) Pty Ltd will replace defective discs provided they are returned postage prepaid to the following address…

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    MPM DVD-R has CMC-MAG AM3 code which is the same as TDK DVD-Rs

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    Oxley have heaps.. they just are hiding around the place with $49.95 stickers all over them to avoid normal walk in customers scoring a bargin LOL

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    About 5 spindles left at Warrawong (NSW)

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    None at Greensborough this afternoon but they offered to raincheck.

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    I think Big W has them on sale too. Slightly more expensive. 50 blanks for $9

    http://catalogues.bigw.com.au/portal/offerdetails/mpm_dvd_r/...

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      Yeah, 18 cents each instead of 17 cents. That will blow the budget for sure. Good find.

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    100 x DVD-R's for $18 any day of the week at MSY. Not exactly a huge bargain.

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    Anybody who purchases this crap deserves everything coming to them. Do not under any circumstances burn any material that you don't have backed up elsewhere. These discs are fine if you want to burn a DVD, watch it once and then throw away but if you put your priceless photos on them and expect to be able to view them in 6 months time then you're going to be very disappointed.

    Why do people buy substandard media? Harvey Norman should be making sure they only stock high quality discs. Uneducated mums and dads shop there and they're certainly not going to know that these discs are ticking timebombs.

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      Given how many stories there are of people who forgot to backup and lost everything, I suspect that, privacy concerns aside, these people are better off backing up to the cloud. I wouldn't be surprised to read in time to come of people who lost their family photos in a disk failure or natural disaster and the only photos left are those that were uploaded to a blog.

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