52x Speed CDR 25pcs Cake Box from Verbatim - 43432

25pcs Spindle Verbatim 43432, 700MB, CD-R 52x, Extra Protection Disk Surface

Verbatim
Scan code: LN41412 Manufacturer code: 43432 Request call
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Product Overview The 'mechanical specifications' of Verbatim media are very precise, and data written to it can be read in a wide range of drives. As a result, Verbatim discs demonstrate a high level of compatibility between drives running at a wide range of speeds.
Features • Superior resistance to UV irradiation.
• Archival Life: Extra Protection - up to 40 years
• Lowest error rate against a range of CD writers.

The Extra Protection surface is a white surface providing extra protection for the vulnerable label side. Can be written on with a CD/DVD marker pen.
Specifications
Specifications
Capacity 700MB
Pack Style 25 Pack Spindle
Media Type CD-R
Type  
Recording Speed 52x
Blu-ray Single Sided No
Single Layer Yes
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface Extra Protection
Video Recording Time  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
1 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
1 days
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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52x Speed CDR 25pcs Cake Box from Verbatim - 43432
52x Speed CDR 25pcs Cake Box from Verbatim - 43432