• Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
  • Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
  • Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
  • Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
  • Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
  • Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle
Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle

Verbatim BD-R 25GB 16X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle

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  • 25 high-grade, non-rewritable BD-R discs, OEM certified, with a one hundred year archival life
  • Verbatim Blu-ray discs are treated with Hard Coat to prevent scratches, resist fingerprints and reduce dust build-up
  • Single-layer discs with up to 25GB of storage space to back-up your HD video, music and photos with superb resolution and amazing sound quality.
  • Up to 16x write speed. Compatible with the latest Blu-ray hardware including Sony, Pioneer, Panasonic, Dell, Lenovo, HP, and LG.
  • Verbatim has been a leader in data storage technology since 1969, and guarantees this product with a limited lifetime warranty and technical support

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Highest quality I've been using Verbatim media going back to the 70's. I don't have as much experience with Verbatim blu-ray as with other media, but have no reason to think the quality is any less. Offhand I can't recall the last time I burned a coaster with Verbatim, although of course that can always happen on occasion for one reason or another. IMO you can't go wrong with Verbatim. 5works fine if you use the right software! Of the 5 discs that I've burned 1 failed because I used a poor choice of software (the built in windows 10 burner) and 1 failed because it simply felt like failing... all 5 discs were to contain personal data and were burned as data formatted discs then finalized... If I were to buy again I would also look for a faster disc/burner combo because 6x speed translated to (going by what I remember) about 15 megabytes a second... Note that I said bytes not bits... but it still took longer than I had hoped and copying all 20+ gigs per disc times two took a decent chunk out of my day (the other was smaller and thus faster).... You may be thinking "why buy this?" well because unlike flash drives and SD cards that sit in a drawer for a year before you forget whats on them or you write over them or worse you drop the microSD down between the boards of a wood floor... Discs such as these can be placed in protective holders and stored for 20+ years before the data goes bad. There are plenty of music CDs produced in the 1980s that still play fine today so these blurays are expected to still read their data in the 2050s... 4They Worked For Me..... I got these to have a few disks on hand that would give me larger capacity than the 4 gig DVDs I normally use. Being this was my first use of Blu-Ray type black disks, I was a bit surprised by the feel of these disks. What I mean by that is these disk feel heavier and more solid than the DVD disks I'm used to. For people that use a Blu-Ray burner a lot that might not mean anything but to me the disks felt better than standard DVD+RWs like I normally use. I tested one of these under Windows 10 and used it just like I had my DVDs and CDs and it burned off the items I wanted using the Windows File Manager to copy them and then selecting "burn" from Explorer's drive menu. It burned the disk off without a problem or any error notices. I ejected the disk and put it back in and was able to read it with a problem. Seems like a really sold disk to me. 5Quality. HTL. Here are the stats for nerds out there:Disc Information:Status: EmptyState of Last Session: EmptyErasable: NoFree Sectors: 12,219,392Free Space: 25,025,314,816 bytesFree Time: 2715:27:17 (MM:SS:FF)Next Writable Address: 0MID: VERBAT-IMe-000Supported Read Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x, 12xCurrent Read Speed: 5x - 12xBD Disc Information:Disc ID: VERBAT-IMe-000Disc Type: BD-RDisc Size: 120 mmDisc Class: 0Disc Version: 1Disc Time Stamp: 03/2010Number of Layers: 1Layer Type: WritableDVD Layer Present: NoCD Layer Present: NoChannel Bit Length: 74.50 nm (25 GB Per Layer)Push-Pull Polarity: PositiveRecorded Mark Polarity: HTLBCA Present: YesMaximum Transfer Rate: Not SpecifiedFirst PAA of Data Zone: 131,072Last PAA of Data Zone: 1,658,494 5Stop shopping around. Just get these! Best discs I've ever used PERIOD. These BD-R are thicker and more rigid than competitors, less flimsy feeling compared to Memorex. The scratch coating on these makes them impervious to scratches. I've taken keys to them just to see if the scratch resistance was as good as advertised. It's better than I could have expected. After going at them with keys, a few rubs on my shirt, and you can't even tell the disc has been touched. If you're getting bad burns with these, you either got the LTH version or you need a new burner. I've burned over 300 of these and have yet to have a bad burn. Shelf life is supposed to be 25 years, compared to 3-5 years for DVD+R. 23.3GB of space on data disc. Best media for archiving. There's no need to shop around anymore. Just get these!!!! 5Good disc media... For some reason what I received was actually 6X, not 16X, even though the manufacturer's number on the product itself corresponds with 16X media. The label says 6X, but the label product number is for 16X. Go figure. When I was sent a replacement it, too, was 6X. Amazon did me well and I kept the replacement 6X media (sent the original back) and have already used four discs, which wrote and worked perfectly, which is what I'm used to with Verbatim disc media.I hope that Amazon gets the discrepancy straightened out (6X vs 16X), but if I needed more BD-R discs I would buy it again, even knowing that 6X is what I might get. Whether 6X or 16X, Verbatim disc media has always been quality for me.One star off for the speed discrepancy, not the quality of the product. 4Disc ID: VERBAT-IMe-000 Good stuff made by Verbatim The Disc ID on these discs is VERBAT-IMe-000. That means Verbatim themselves actually made these discs. They did NOT farm these out to CMC, the worst optical media manufacturer. Verbatim often farms out to CMC. Their CD-R's, their Life series DVD-R and DVD+R, and their BD-RE are CMC. CMC DVD recordable media fail to burn 50% of the time. Of those that do burn, they fail about 50% of the time to pass a verify of burnt data. Of those that do verify, 50% of them are not recognized as playable in a stand alone player.The DID on these discs is the same as in the 10 packs and in the 25 packs. I've been using those for almost 3 years now and I've yet to have one that failed to burn or failed to verify. 5Great Value Spent a lot of time and money trying to perfect my burning technique in order to create a wedding video for a client. Bought several discs from different companies, and paid a premium for them. None of them worked when I played them in my Xbox One or PS4, and I used several programs.I bought a spindle and burned several more. Though they didn't work in any of my game systems, they did work in a standalone Blu-Ray player. My rating is based on the fact I was able to send my clients their videos, and they weren't as pricey as the rest of the discs I bought. 55 Year Storage These are great for short term storage/backup, but beyond that they are worthless. I keep written disc's in the spindle they were packaged in, inside a house, away from sunlight, and they did not last 5 years. I just tried to look at a disc labeled 'July 2014', and it could not be read. The write surface looks like someone spilled solvent on it and has a cool pattern, and do not look like the surface of a new one or one from 2018. 1Blu-ray + hard drive storage. The 25GB Verbatim 6X Blu-ray disks are part of my standard hard disk + Blu-ray business backup routine. I've been burning these disks for years using the freeware ImgBurn on various Win machines. I've never had a coaster after 100+ Blu-rays. I'm a photojournalist and file the disks with the paperwork for long term storage, but use external hard dives for quick access.CD disks are too low capacity and degrade over time. DVD disks are better, but still too low capacity. Blu-ray disks are fairly permanent, compact, relatively inexpensive and easy to burn. Five stars. 5
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Highest quality I've been using Verbatim media going back to the 70's. I don't have as much experience with Verbatim blu-ray as with other media, but have no reason to think the quality is any less. Offhand I can't recall the last time I burned a coaster with Verbatim, although of course that can always happen on occasion for one reason or another. IMO you can't go wrong with Verbatim. 5works fine if you use the right software! Of the 5 discs that I've burned 1 failed because I used a poor choice of software (the built in windows 10 burner) and 1 failed because it simply felt like failing... all 5 discs were to contain personal data and were burned as data formatted discs then finalized... If I were to buy again I would also look for a faster disc/burner combo because 6x speed translated to (going by what I remember) about 15 megabytes a second... Note that I said bytes not bits... but it still took longer than I had hoped and copying all 20+ gigs per disc times two took a decent chunk out of my day (the other was smaller and thus faster).... You may be thinking "why buy this?" well because unlike flash drives and SD cards that sit in a drawer for a year before you forget whats on them or you write over them or worse you drop the microSD down between the boards of a wood floor... Discs such as these can be placed in protective holders and stored for 20+ years before the data goes bad. There are plenty of music CDs produced in the 1980s that still play fine today so these blurays are expected to still read their data in the 2050s... 4They Worked For Me..... I got these to have a few disks on hand that would give me larger capacity than the 4 gig DVDs I normally use. Being this was my first use of Blu-Ray type black disks, I was a bit surprised by the feel of these disks. What I mean by that is these disk feel heavier and more solid than the DVD disks I'm used to. For people that use a Blu-Ray burner a lot that might not mean anything but to me the disks felt better than standard DVD+RWs like I normally use. I tested one of these under Windows 10 and used it just like I had my DVDs and CDs and it burned off the items I wanted using the Windows File Manager to copy them and then selecting "burn" from Explorer's drive menu. It burned the disk off without a problem or any error notices. I ejected the disk and put it back in and was able to read it with a problem. Seems like a really sold disk to me. 5Quality. HTL. Here are the stats for nerds out there:Disc Information:Status: EmptyState of Last Session: EmptyErasable: NoFree Sectors: 12,219,392Free Space: 25,025,314,816 bytesFree Time: 2715:27:17 (MM:SS:FF)Next Writable Address: 0MID: VERBAT-IMe-000Supported Read Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x, 12xCurrent Read Speed: 5x - 12xBD Disc Information:Disc ID: VERBAT-IMe-000Disc Type: BD-RDisc Size: 120 mmDisc Class: 0Disc Version: 1Disc Time Stamp: 03/2010Number of Layers: 1Layer Type: WritableDVD Layer Present: NoCD Layer Present: NoChannel Bit Length: 74.50 nm (25 GB Per Layer)Push-Pull Polarity: PositiveRecorded Mark Polarity: HTLBCA Present: YesMaximum Transfer Rate: Not SpecifiedFirst PAA of Data Zone: 131,072Last PAA of Data Zone: 1,658,494 5Stop shopping around. Just get these! Best discs I've ever used PERIOD. These BD-R are thicker and more rigid than competitors, less flimsy feeling compared to Memorex. The scratch coating on these makes them impervious to scratches. I've taken keys to them just to see if the scratch resistance was as good as advertised. It's better than I could have expected. After going at them with keys, a few rubs on my shirt, and you can't even tell the disc has been touched. If you're getting bad burns with these, you either got the LTH version or you need a new burner. I've burned over 300 of these and have yet to have a bad burn. Shelf life is supposed to be 25 years, compared to 3-5 years for DVD+R. 23.3GB of space on data disc. Best media for archiving. There's no need to shop around anymore. Just get these!!!! 5Good disc media... For some reason what I received was actually 6X, not 16X, even though the manufacturer's number on the product itself corresponds with 16X media. The label says 6X, but the label product number is for 16X. Go figure. When I was sent a replacement it, too, was 6X. Amazon did me well and I kept the replacement 6X media (sent the original back) and have already used four discs, which wrote and worked perfectly, which is what I'm used to with Verbatim disc media.I hope that Amazon gets the discrepancy straightened out (6X vs 16X), but if I needed more BD-R discs I would buy it again, even knowing that 6X is what I might get. Whether 6X or 16X, Verbatim disc media has always been quality for me.One star off for the speed discrepancy, not the quality of the product. 4Disc ID: VERBAT-IMe-000 Good stuff made by Verbatim The Disc ID on these discs is VERBAT-IMe-000. That means Verbatim themselves actually made these discs. They did NOT farm these out to CMC, the worst optical media manufacturer. Verbatim often farms out to CMC. Their CD-R's, their Life series DVD-R and DVD+R, and their BD-RE are CMC. CMC DVD recordable media fail to burn 50% of the time. Of those that do burn, they fail about 50% of the time to pass a verify of burnt data. Of those that do verify, 50% of them are not recognized as playable in a stand alone player.The DID on these discs is the same as in the 10 packs and in the 25 packs. I've been using those for almost 3 years now and I've yet to have one that failed to burn or failed to verify. 5Great Value Spent a lot of time and money trying to perfect my burning technique in order to create a wedding video for a client. Bought several discs from different companies, and paid a premium for them. None of them worked when I played them in my Xbox One or PS4, and I used several programs.I bought a spindle and burned several more. Though they didn't work in any of my game systems, they did work in a standalone Blu-Ray player. My rating is based on the fact I was able to send my clients their videos, and they weren't as pricey as the rest of the discs I bought. 55 Year Storage These are great for short term storage/backup, but beyond that they are worthless. I keep written disc's in the spindle they were packaged in, inside a house, away from sunlight, and they did not last 5 years. I just tried to look at a disc labeled 'July 2014', and it could not be read. The write surface looks like someone spilled solvent on it and has a cool pattern, and do not look like the surface of a new one or one from 2018. 1Blu-ray + hard drive storage. The 25GB Verbatim 6X Blu-ray disks are part of my standard hard disk + Blu-ray business backup routine. I've been burning these disks for years using the freeware ImgBurn on various Win machines. I've never had a coaster after 100+ Blu-rays. I'm a photojournalist and file the disks with the paperwork for long term storage, but use external hard dives for quick access.CD disks are too low capacity and degrade over time. DVD disks are better, but still too low capacity. Blu-ray disks are fairly permanent, compact, relatively inexpensive and easy to burn. Five stars. 5
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