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Old Jan 03, 2004, 05:42 PM
kraysellz kraysellz is offline
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Default Best place to buy Ritek dvd-r?

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newegg is doing it for $1.10 a dvd... let me know if there's a better place..
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Old Jan 03, 2004, 05:50 PM
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Rima.com has Ritek G04's for $0.95. Only problem is you need to buy a hundred! They also sell 25 at $1.10. Hope I helped! ***********.rima.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=R&Product_Code= 1633-100 <------- link
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Old Jan 03, 2004, 06:57 PM
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Looks like ur in the US but I buy them @ 45 for 50 from the local shop in a cased spindle
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Old Jan 04, 2004, 04:40 AM
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Default Re: Best place to buy Ritek dvd-r?

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[B]newegg is doing it for $1.10 a dvd... let me know if there's a better place.. [/B]
There are sites that are a little bit cheaper but no site that has the excellent customer service reputation that newegg does. I personally trust Rima as they have given me nothing but good service but once you add in shipping costs (newegg offers free shipping with thier riteks) it won't save you that much over newegg. The only reason why I keep using Rima is that I like ordering in 25 packs. It would probably take me 4-5 months to go through a spindle of 100 and with the way prices are dropping on Riteks lately it would end up costing me money in the long run.
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Old Jan 04, 2004, 12:46 PM
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{DV 3094} ARITA RITEK 1x-4x 4.7GB DVD-R disc in Packs of 25
Arita is a brand name of Ritek, so its no surprise to know that these discs use the same dark purple "G04" dye as other Ritek brands such as Traxdata and Ridata.

It is because these discs have the Ritek G04 dye that reliability and compatibility can be assured.


This Arita DVD-R media is NOT an overprint. It is a first print A Grade product of the highest quality.


This disc will write at 4x on the Pioneer A06/106, A05/105, Sony DRU500, NEC ND-1300a or other 4x capable DVD-R writers.


Before using 4x media, please ensure that it is appropriate to the hardware in which you are using it. Customers with 2x and 1x DVD writers are advised to check their hardware manufacturers website for firmware upgrades before using this media.


Suggested for use on the following hardware: Pioneer 103/A03, Pioneer 104/A04, Pioneer 105/A05, Pioneer 106/A06,NEC ND-1300a, Panasonic E20, E30, E50, HS2, All SONY DVD-R drives, Sony PS2, X-Box.


This disc writes at 4x


ADVDINFO: .RITEKG..04.


These discs come to us in packs of 25


Shipping cost will be calculated and displayed by the website before you finalise your order.


Price: 19.99 Including VAT at 17.5%

***********.blankdiscshop.co.uk/acatalog/FOR_DVD_R_RW_CLICK_HERE.html
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Old Jan 04, 2004, 01:28 PM
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I picked up a pack of 50 RIDATA today for 43 at a computer fair, that equals 86p per disc, bargain I thought for quality RITEK
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