• Verbatim BD-R 50GB 6X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle - 98356
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Verbatim BD-R 50GB 6X Blu-ray Recordable Media Disc - 25 Pack Spindle - 98356
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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
  • Double-layer discs with up to 50GB of storage space to back-up your HD video, music and photos with superb resolution and amazing sound quality.
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  • 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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This is Great to Back-up your important Data in only one DiscI've used 3 Verbatim BD-R 50 Gb Discs before, and my Burning ROM Software gave my 100% good sectors. With this package I bought from Amazon, I had no bad sectors in the first Disc, but got 128 bad sectors in the second Back-up. What I did is that my Software reports the name of the file which was saved on the bad sectors area, so I recorded that file in a DVD, along with a few other files. I recorded a 3rd Back-up and was reported 100% fine. In large Data quantities discs as this ones, is possible to have some bad or damaged sectors on a few discs. Is not supposed to happen too often, but it can happen. That's why I use this software that verifies every sector after burning disc, and reports any errors. You still can use the data, but if you save software on bad sectors, your backed-up software possibly will not work fine. If you save a Word document, you may have a few or more bad data. But I've used Verbatim Discs since 2 years ago, and I've find that they are reliable. As I said, depending on your hardware, and other factors, in a few discs, among several ones, you may find one or two with damaged or bad sectors, but I understand this discs have warranty, so you can check the information on the box, if you got a package with many discs with bad or damaged sectors, if you want to claim the warranty, I understand you can, but if it's only one out of 10 discs, you may not want to lose time, and efforts claiming the warranty for that disc.So, in summary, so far, 2 out of 3 discs have been 100% fine, so I pray when I finished backing-up my documents and data, I'll have no more bad or damaged sectors.I recommend Verbatim Discs very much. I've burned more than 100 25 Gb BD-R Discs, and 6 50 Gb ones, so about 95% have been 100% Good. Just try to use software that verifies your burned discs, and if you want to be sure, and have not verifying software, check your data, you have any other way to verify your data, though 50 Gb is much data to check, so, good luck!5Don't fully trust them, but they appear to work (eventually).I have tried 3 discs out of 10 so far. I had trouble burning the first two- (granted, I was maybe doing it wrong), but finally got it right with the third disc. Even so, it has trouble playing on my Bluray player. Keep in mind, my BR player is 10 years old, but it shouldn't have any trouble playing BD-Rs, even Dual Layer ones. I have another set of Verbatim BD-R's, Single layer, and that one also makes more noise than it should when I play it in my Bluray Player. So I can't say these are bad or don't work or anything, but the end result feels less stable than I would like. Perfectly fine for back-up data or anything like that- but less reliable for Bluray video discs.3I've always purchased Verbatim, and this model does not write at 4-6x!I've always purchased/used Verbatim CD/DVD/BD media for data security, but this model, BD-R 50GB 6x media, plainly sucks. (2019.06.28 Verbatim finally sent 2x's 10 packs replacement media for the failed media I tried burning at 4-6x's. I've bumped back up to 4 stars.)The error I'm likely encountering is likely a known 4-6x write speed defect with this media, likely encountered during switching to the second layer or after writing 25GB of data. (See #5 below.)1) This is not 6x media from my experience. I've only recently attained a good write on two pieces of this media at 1x speed using an LG WH16NS60.2) I resorted to buying a new LG WH16NS60 drive after burning ~20-25 bad media at 6x's, in both Linux & Windows 10. (Windows 10 apparently defaults to 6x writing.) My slightly older LG WH14NS40 was probably operating just fine, and I just needed to rule-out dust on the lens.3) Wrote an Email to Verbatim technical support using their web form. Well oddly, I never received a CC (carbon copy) of the digital support request for this issue via Email. Calling their technical support, I had difficultly explaining the problem due to the inadequate English language speaking skills of the Verbatim employee. It is now midday Wednesday and still no replay after sending the Email Friday evening or midday Saturday. (Since I have no CC via Email like most other companys do, cannot recall the exact time/day, etc.)4) I'm extremely tempted to buy the cheaper 50GB media to avert wasting time and money. I cannot imagine risking money upon the expensive M-disc technology.5) There error provided by growisofs, as Windows provides little to no error information, is "WRITE@LBA=b87780h failed with SK=5h/ASC=21h/ACQ=04h]: Invalid argument" which apparently occurs at after writing ~25GB of data, and likely during switching to the second layer. The writing speed and switching to the second layer are likely related to this error code.Bottom line, likely best to continue buying/using <25GB media, unless you want to fiddle constantly with write settings going beyond typical users' skill levels.(Just checked my Spam/XXX mailbox, absolutely no replies from Verbatim.)2019.06.28: Restored review as iterated within first paragraph. Received 2x10 pack media this same make/model for the failed media I tried writing at the specified 4-6x write speeds. I'm now having good success at 2x's and sometimes 4x's write speed.4What do we really know about optical media?I gave this five stars. Why? It burned without error. It read the files I tested out after burning. I'm happy. But that's not where it ends. What constitutes good and bad optical media, how should we judge the quality? If you're burning 50 GIGS of data, and it's not for blu ray video, chances are it's being used as archival data storage. It's being used in manner in which you want to access data many years from now. You could easily buy a USB drive, or external hard drive, but those do have a finite amount of read/write cycles; meaning they do "wear out".So, if you're like me, you want something that will last decades. This is as close as it gets.I give a five stars now, but where it really matters is how this disc will perform in 10 years from now. I have do have many discs (CD Data and DVD data) that are over 10 years old, and both still perform without error. But I hesitate to give this particular product 5 stars, because it's criteria for 5 stars won't be known for many years from now (at least for my needs).Any optical media can burn with decent results with regard to not making a coaster, but how much of all optical media can stand the test of time? No too many people give reviews to tell that their disc is still perfect after many years. But to me, this is critical in whether a disc is good or bad.5Quality on every other batch is hit or missI used to swear by Verbatim when it came to BDR DL's. But over the past year quality control is really hit or miss. One order might have a 70-90% success rate. But the next batch of 25 will fail 75%. And it wasnt a one time purchase issue. This last year its every other batch. Going back to Verbatim Customer support will be a 10-20 email exchange of them insisting on seeing all the failed burn disks to replace them. I really wish there was a consistently higher quality alternative. Back to Verbatim for another 50% fail refund.2There decent so far...7 outta 10 workedWell for the three that failed..got to the DL part then spent the next 10 mins speeding up slowing down speeding up the drive then errors. Other 7 came out fine. Most we're burned at 4x with my LG Mdisk drive. Took about 2 and a half hrs for 45.1gb. That's all they hold..kinda meh about that. That 5gb u could use for something. Looks are basic but nice to write on. Dunno about longevity..haven't had them that long. They don't seem to scratch that easily though. I've used tissues on one so far cause it picks up your oily fingers easily. Didn't scratch it thou. Almost feels as a thin flexible screen on a phone..the smoothness. I did burn a couple of successful ones at 8x even though listed as 6x certified. My LG went up to 8x with them. I just turned it down though to 4x. The three that failed halfway..two was at 4x and the other one was at 6x. So I say I got a decent batch. Can't say much about the company..never really used them before...so can't say nothing good or bad at this point yet...only that i wished allllll of them worked lol. Thats well over 100gb sitting in the trash cause it wouldn't make it past the halfway point3Mixed resultsI bought a spindle of these several months ago, in addition to a spindle of single layer. The single layer discs I had no problems with. When I tried to burn with these however, I kept getting raised bubbles appearing on the underside of the disk. The first disk I burned was readable, but when examined after I had problems with the others I noticed it too had bubbles, just not as many. The next three I burned in a row were completely unusable, and everywhere it tried to burn the 2nd layer produced the bubbles (note the inside of the disk is free of them). Posting pictures to demonstrate, including a before/after pic to show they were not present until after I attempted to write the disc.I even tried picking a disc from the middle of the spindle in case only the top ones were afflicted but got the same result. Not sure if I got a bad batch or if these simply have compatibility issues with my drive but I am extremely dissatisfied, and especially annoyed as I only realized the discs were defective when it was far too late to return them.Update: The next morning I decided to test again, as when I initially burned I let the drive pick the speed under the assumption that it would not go over the recommended maximum. I had noticed that it was burning at 8x speed rather than 6x. The first test I again inadvertently forgot to specify the speed, but despite that got much better results, only a few bubbles around the outer rim. The other tests went almost flawlessly. I burned at 4x, and while there was one or two bubbles at the edge, the disc was readable. The 6x disc turned out similarly, and both passed verification. I then tried burning at 2x (actually specified 1x but it seemed to be running at 2x during the burn), and while this disc took forever to burn the end result was pristine, no bubbles at all could be found on the discOverall I think the initial poor results may have been caused by a combination of the program burning faster than the disc could handle, and possibly the drive warming up over time (as both DL discs that were the 1st burned of the day turned out OK even at full speed, but each subsequent disc had some degree of bubbling). I am using an LG drive and the linux command line program xorriso to perform the burns.4Verbatim has always been reliable from my experience.I love Verbatim and have had a very long history using their discs. This is my first time trying 50gig blu-ray DL and worked great. I did have to pitch three discs because I was backing up old software and my LG burner has this really dumb feature that if it suspects any hacking tools being written to the disc then it aborts the burning process. So I had to zip up (RAR) files before they could be written. Yeah. I'm never buying LG burners again.But the discs are great. Verbatim has always been very reliable and I mostly buy from their brand anyways. I just wished that double layered discs were more affordable.5Product arrived perfectly from shipper, but..... Product arrived in shipping perfectly, however i have NOT had any opportunity to burn a 25GB or 50GB BDR yet because i am having faulty problems with the DRIVE itself and NOT ANY with this media at all .... yet.Verbatim have always had the highest reputation for digital storage media, in my book, for decades. THEY ARE THE ONLY MEDIA I TRUST 100% and ALWAYS WILL.I will update this review to be even more fair, once i get a successful burn from my (also new) crappy BDR drive :-\ (i am having hardware problems with burning, NOT with this media at all yet since i have not yet burned any of this media yet) 5Don't Buy The Verbatim Discs; 50% Fail Rate!I have a 16x LG BD-RE XL Drive; manually setting the burn speed to 6x, I had a 50% failure with these discs. The burn would complete without error; however, upon the verification stage, it would detect unreadable sectors. Sure enough, put the disc in to another drive and there would be data corruption from the unreadable sectors. I contacted Verbatim's Customer Service and was asked for Proof of Purchase. I submitted the Invoice from Amazon. After which, I never heard back from Verbatim.I have purchased other recordable media from other brands and have had much greater success. To be honest, the discs that have had zero fail rate (so far) are PLEXDISC 645-213 50 GB 6x Blu-ray Double Layer White Inkjet Recordable Disc BD-R DL, 25-Disc Spindle. These discs have worked phenomenally well. Don't buy the Verbatim Discs; go with PLEX Disc, they cost less per disc and have a much better success rate.1... is hard to believe that Verbatim's quality can be bad like this It is hard to believe that Verbatim's quality can be bad like this. I burned four pcs. Two pcs failed due to "Unable To Perform End Of Disc-At-Once , and the other two pcs could not be read after burned. Failure rate is 100%. I don't want to try more to waste my money. This product has huge defects, please rethink before placing your order. 1These discs error out WAY too much!I've got a perfectly good Blu-Ray burner that never started erroring out discs until I used these ones. An entire 3-pack got wasted -- the first disc in the replacement pack was fine -- now the second disc in the replacement pack just errored out. If you want to run the risk of using these budget discs, that's fine -- just make sure you try using all of them well within the return period so you can "try again" on Verbatim's dime and not yours!2
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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
  • Double-layer discs with up to 50GB of storage space to back-up your HD video, music and photos with superb resolution and amazing sound quality.
  • Up to 6x 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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Customer Reviews

This is Great to Back-up your important Data in only one DiscI've used 3 Verbatim BD-R 50 Gb Discs before, and my Burning ROM Software gave my 100% good sectors. With this package I bought from Amazon, I had no bad sectors in the first Disc, but got 128 bad sectors in the second Back-up. What I did is that my Software reports the name of the file which was saved on the bad sectors area, so I recorded that file in a DVD, along with a few other files. I recorded a 3rd Back-up and was reported 100% fine. In large Data quantities discs as this ones, is possible to have some bad or damaged sectors on a few discs. Is not supposed to happen too often, but it can happen. That's why I use this software that verifies every sector after burning disc, and reports any errors. You still can use the data, but if you save software on bad sectors, your backed-up software possibly will not work fine. If you save a Word document, you may have a few or more bad data. But I've used Verbatim Discs since 2 years ago, and I've find that they are reliable. As I said, depending on your hardware, and other factors, in a few discs, among several ones, you may find one or two with damaged or bad sectors, but I understand this discs have warranty, so you can check the information on the box, if you got a package with many discs with bad or damaged sectors, if you want to claim the warranty, I understand you can, but if it's only one out of 10 discs, you may not want to lose time, and efforts claiming the warranty for that disc.So, in summary, so far, 2 out of 3 discs have been 100% fine, so I pray when I finished backing-up my documents and data, I'll have no more bad or damaged sectors.I recommend Verbatim Discs very much. I've burned more than 100 25 Gb BD-R Discs, and 6 50 Gb ones, so about 95% have been 100% Good. Just try to use software that verifies your burned discs, and if you want to be sure, and have not verifying software, check your data, you have any other way to verify your data, though 50 Gb is much data to check, so, good luck!5Don't fully trust them, but they appear to work (eventually).I have tried 3 discs out of 10 so far. I had trouble burning the first two- (granted, I was maybe doing it wrong), but finally got it right with the third disc. Even so, it has trouble playing on my Bluray player. Keep in mind, my BR player is 10 years old, but it shouldn't have any trouble playing BD-Rs, even Dual Layer ones. I have another set of Verbatim BD-R's, Single layer, and that one also makes more noise than it should when I play it in my Bluray Player. So I can't say these are bad or don't work or anything, but the end result feels less stable than I would like. Perfectly fine for back-up data or anything like that- but less reliable for Bluray video discs.3I've always purchased Verbatim, and this model does not write at 4-6x!I've always purchased/used Verbatim CD/DVD/BD media for data security, but this model, BD-R 50GB 6x media, plainly sucks. (2019.06.28 Verbatim finally sent 2x's 10 packs replacement media for the failed media I tried burning at 4-6x's. I've bumped back up to 4 stars.)The error I'm likely encountering is likely a known 4-6x write speed defect with this media, likely encountered during switching to the second layer or after writing 25GB of data. (See #5 below.)1) This is not 6x media from my experience. I've only recently attained a good write on two pieces of this media at 1x speed using an LG WH16NS60.2) I resorted to buying a new LG WH16NS60 drive after burning ~20-25 bad media at 6x's, in both Linux & Windows 10. (Windows 10 apparently defaults to 6x writing.) My slightly older LG WH14NS40 was probably operating just fine, and I just needed to rule-out dust on the lens.3) Wrote an Email to Verbatim technical support using their web form. Well oddly, I never received a CC (carbon copy) of the digital support request for this issue via Email. Calling their technical support, I had difficultly explaining the problem due to the inadequate English language speaking skills of the Verbatim employee. It is now midday Wednesday and still no replay after sending the Email Friday evening or midday Saturday. (Since I have no CC via Email like most other companys do, cannot recall the exact time/day, etc.)4) I'm extremely tempted to buy the cheaper 50GB media to avert wasting time and money. I cannot imagine risking money upon the expensive M-disc technology.5) There error provided by growisofs, as Windows provides little to no error information, is "WRITE@LBA=b87780h failed with SK=5h/ASC=21h/ACQ=04h]: Invalid argument" which apparently occurs at after writing ~25GB of data, and likely during switching to the second layer. The writing speed and switching to the second layer are likely related to this error code.Bottom line, likely best to continue buying/using <25GB media, unless you want to fiddle constantly with write settings going beyond typical users' skill levels.(Just checked my Spam/XXX mailbox, absolutely no replies from Verbatim.)2019.06.28: Restored review as iterated within first paragraph. Received 2x10 pack media this same make/model for the failed media I tried writing at the specified 4-6x write speeds. I'm now having good success at 2x's and sometimes 4x's write speed.4What do we really know about optical media?I gave this five stars. Why? It burned without error. It read the files I tested out after burning. I'm happy. But that's not where it ends. What constitutes good and bad optical media, how should we judge the quality? If you're burning 50 GIGS of data, and it's not for blu ray video, chances are it's being used as archival data storage. It's being used in manner in which you want to access data many years from now. You could easily buy a USB drive, or external hard drive, but those do have a finite amount of read/write cycles; meaning they do "wear out".So, if you're like me, you want something that will last decades. This is as close as it gets.I give a five stars now, but where it really matters is how this disc will perform in 10 years from now. I have do have many discs (CD Data and DVD data) that are over 10 years old, and both still perform without error. But I hesitate to give this particular product 5 stars, because it's criteria for 5 stars won't be known for many years from now (at least for my needs).Any optical media can burn with decent results with regard to not making a coaster, but how much of all optical media can stand the test of time? No too many people give reviews to tell that their disc is still perfect after many years. But to me, this is critical in whether a disc is good or bad.5Quality on every other batch is hit or missI used to swear by Verbatim when it came to BDR DL's. But over the past year quality control is really hit or miss. One order might have a 70-90% success rate. But the next batch of 25 will fail 75%. And it wasnt a one time purchase issue. This last year its every other batch. Going back to Verbatim Customer support will be a 10-20 email exchange of them insisting on seeing all the failed burn disks to replace them. I really wish there was a consistently higher quality alternative. Back to Verbatim for another 50% fail refund.2There decent so far...7 outta 10 workedWell for the three that failed..got to the DL part then spent the next 10 mins speeding up slowing down speeding up the drive then errors. Other 7 came out fine. Most we're burned at 4x with my LG Mdisk drive. Took about 2 and a half hrs for 45.1gb. That's all they hold..kinda meh about that. That 5gb u could use for something. Looks are basic but nice to write on. Dunno about longevity..haven't had them that long. They don't seem to scratch that easily though. I've used tissues on one so far cause it picks up your oily fingers easily. Didn't scratch it thou. Almost feels as a thin flexible screen on a phone..the smoothness. I did burn a couple of successful ones at 8x even though listed as 6x certified. My LG went up to 8x with them. I just turned it down though to 4x. The three that failed halfway..two was at 4x and the other one was at 6x. So I say I got a decent batch. Can't say much about the company..never really used them before...so can't say nothing good or bad at this point yet...only that i wished allllll of them worked lol. Thats well over 100gb sitting in the trash cause it wouldn't make it past the halfway point3Mixed resultsI bought a spindle of these several months ago, in addition to a spindle of single layer. The single layer discs I had no problems with. When I tried to burn with these however, I kept getting raised bubbles appearing on the underside of the disk. The first disk I burned was readable, but when examined after I had problems with the others I noticed it too had bubbles, just not as many. The next three I burned in a row were completely unusable, and everywhere it tried to burn the 2nd layer produced the bubbles (note the inside of the disk is free of them). Posting pictures to demonstrate, including a before/after pic to show they were not present until after I attempted to write the disc.I even tried picking a disc from the middle of the spindle in case only the top ones were afflicted but got the same result. Not sure if I got a bad batch or if these simply have compatibility issues with my drive but I am extremely dissatisfied, and especially annoyed as I only realized the discs were defective when it was far too late to return them.Update: The next morning I decided to test again, as when I initially burned I let the drive pick the speed under the assumption that it would not go over the recommended maximum. I had noticed that it was burning at 8x speed rather than 6x. The first test I again inadvertently forgot to specify the speed, but despite that got much better results, only a few bubbles around the outer rim. The other tests went almost flawlessly. I burned at 4x, and while there was one or two bubbles at the edge, the disc was readable. The 6x disc turned out similarly, and both passed verification. I then tried burning at 2x (actually specified 1x but it seemed to be running at 2x during the burn), and while this disc took forever to burn the end result was pristine, no bubbles at all could be found on the discOverall I think the initial poor results may have been caused by a combination of the program burning faster than the disc could handle, and possibly the drive warming up over time (as both DL discs that were the 1st burned of the day turned out OK even at full speed, but each subsequent disc had some degree of bubbling). I am using an LG drive and the linux command line program xorriso to perform the burns.4Verbatim has always been reliable from my experience.I love Verbatim and have had a very long history using their discs. This is my first time trying 50gig blu-ray DL and worked great. I did have to pitch three discs because I was backing up old software and my LG burner has this really dumb feature that if it suspects any hacking tools being written to the disc then it aborts the burning process. So I had to zip up (RAR) files before they could be written. Yeah. I'm never buying LG burners again.But the discs are great. Verbatim has always been very reliable and I mostly buy from their brand anyways. I just wished that double layered discs were more affordable.5Product arrived perfectly from shipper, but..... Product arrived in shipping perfectly, however i have NOT had any opportunity to burn a 25GB or 50GB BDR yet because i am having faulty problems with the DRIVE itself and NOT ANY with this media at all .... yet.Verbatim have always had the highest reputation for digital storage media, in my book, for decades. THEY ARE THE ONLY MEDIA I TRUST 100% and ALWAYS WILL.I will update this review to be even more fair, once i get a successful burn from my (also new) crappy BDR drive :-\ (i am having hardware problems with burning, NOT with this media at all yet since i have not yet burned any of this media yet) 5Don't Buy The Verbatim Discs; 50% Fail Rate!I have a 16x LG BD-RE XL Drive; manually setting the burn speed to 6x, I had a 50% failure with these discs. The burn would complete without error; however, upon the verification stage, it would detect unreadable sectors. Sure enough, put the disc in to another drive and there would be data corruption from the unreadable sectors. I contacted Verbatim's Customer Service and was asked for Proof of Purchase. I submitted the Invoice from Amazon. After which, I never heard back from Verbatim.I have purchased other recordable media from other brands and have had much greater success. To be honest, the discs that have had zero fail rate (so far) are PLEXDISC 645-213 50 GB 6x Blu-ray Double Layer White Inkjet Recordable Disc BD-R DL, 25-Disc Spindle. These discs have worked phenomenally well. Don't buy the Verbatim Discs; go with PLEX Disc, they cost less per disc and have a much better success rate.1... is hard to believe that Verbatim's quality can be bad like this It is hard to believe that Verbatim's quality can be bad like this. I burned four pcs. Two pcs failed due to "Unable To Perform End Of Disc-At-Once , and the other two pcs could not be read after burned. Failure rate is 100%. I don't want to try more to waste my money. This product has huge defects, please rethink before placing your order. 1These discs error out WAY too much!I've got a perfectly good Blu-Ray burner that never started erroring out discs until I used these ones. An entire 3-pack got wasted -- the first disc in the replacement pack was fine -- now the second disc in the replacement pack just errored out. If you want to run the risk of using these budget discs, that's fine -- just make sure you try using all of them well within the return period so you can "try again" on Verbatim's dime and not yours!2
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