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1. DiscRestore 3680 DiscRx Pro Series
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2. DiscRestore 3675 DiscRx Pro Series
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3. DiscRestore 3685 DiscRx for DVD
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4. DiscRestore 3690 DiscRx for DVD

1. DiscRestore 3680 DiscRx Pro Series II
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00002970B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DiscRestore International
Sales Rank: 16949
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Proprietary formula
  • Includes disc Care and Repair fluids
  • 2 washable, lint-free cotton OptiCloths
  • Fixes most damaged optical media
  • Protects as well as restores

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
This product works as advertised. So far it has flawlessly repaired 5 music CD's and one computer program CD. The computer disk had a deep scratch and would hang up at a certain point in the program. Now it works fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars It really works!
This fixed a fairly deep scratch to a CD I just bought, which I accidentally damaged while putting the CD back in the case. I've also used this to fix every damaged DVD I've rented from Blockbuster. No more returning movies because they skip. Fixing a CD or DVD takes only about 5 minutes.

2-0 out of 5 stars Removes Minor Marks But Not Much Else
Okay first of all, if you expect the repair portion of the product to make the play surface of your disk look like new, you will be sadly disappointed. I tested the product on a CD-R that had some scuffs. It removed the scuffs, but it leaves lots of little micro-scratches in the direction your buff the disk. This is why it warns you to make sure you buff in a radial direction. These marks will not cause any problems when they are in a radial direction because of the error correction bits on the disk; but if they were in a circular direction, they could cover all the error bits for one piece of data. You do need to bring the disk close enough to your face to see these micro scratches though. Also, do not expect it to remove any scratches with any depth. You might be able to get rid of them will a lot of work using the polishing strips provided with the product (which are essentially sand-paper), but once again you will be adding micro scratches to the surface of the disk.

As for the protection portion of the product, all it really does is make the disk surface anti-static. Thus you should not get a bunch of dust sticking to the disk. If you are expecting some miracle protective coating to stop the disk from being scratched when you drop it on the road accidently, you mine as well look somewhere else.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not great, but pretty good
My job is to manage a small library audio visual department. I have looked for things to take care of the damage done to a fairly good size DVD collection, that really takes a beating. This product is very good on small superficial scratches, and I use it as an everyday cleaner, just as precautionary measures. You can tell the difference in the way things are returned, and the number of things we have to discard. Not for deep scratches, but a good product anyway.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable!
I bought this item to repair a CD so damaged that my CD player wouldn't even recognize that the thing was in the drive (let's just say "asphalt and a six-year old" and leave it at that). After a few minutes of buffing, _68_ of the 70 minutes of music on the CD are now playable without so much as a slight hitch! (I'm hopeful about the remaining 2 minutes.) So count me among the believers. ... Read more


2. DiscRestore 3675 DiscRx Pro Series 1
list price: $19.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00002970C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DiscRestore International
Sales Rank: 33563
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Proprietary formula
  • Includes disc Care and Repair fluids
  • 2 washable, lint-free cotton OptiCloths
  • Fixes most damaged optical media
  • Protects as well as restores

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars discrx
The discrx is by far the best disc restorer product that I have ever used. The product is very simple to use and there is no evidence of the repaired disc ever being damaged. I strongly recommend the use of this product!

4-0 out of 5 stars No more skips
I treat my CD's pretty well, but I would say 1 out of 30 CDs will have a scratch large enough to confuse my CD players. With a little elbow grease and this product, I have been able to fix most of these CDs. The ones that could not be repaired actually had data errors on the top of the disc. Before using this product, I would just stick the CD into a CD-ROM, copy the contents to my HDD, and burn a new CD. Using the disc restore, I don't have to go through all that hassle.

It does take some work, but it does work how the manufacturer claims.

5-0 out of 5 stars DiscRX saved my CDs!
I had an album by The Who and another by KISS that I could not play because of scratches. DiscRX allowed me to fix them so that I could play them again. A great product! I highly recommend it to anyone who has the same problem.

4-0 out of 5 stars I'm surprised that it's not better known
Simply, my youngest son took a CD to his pre-school and it was dropped out of it's case landing in the dirt/gravel. While attempting to pick it up, he drug it across the gravel, which not only upset his mother ( she couldn't stop him in time) the cd wouldn't play (duh). Anyway, one of the parents told her that they had a product that would fix the cd. Disc RX. When my wife told me what the parent said, I wasn't convinced that this amount of damage could be corrected, but they assured me of how they were able to repair a cd that had been almost eaten by the cd-changer in their car. So I agreed to get the product from them the next day and follow the instructions, which are fairly simple. I did have to go through the process twice, but I was warned by the other parent that that was possible, since most people are extra careful when using the product for the first time. So much so that they over compensate, which I have seen happen with people when they first open up their computers to add a graphic card or other upgrade. Anyhow, what's important is that this product does work. the cd played better even after my first attempt-which was weak at best.

Considering the prices I pay for educational and gaming cd's for my kids and their lack of attention to care and handling of said CD's, I'm glad that I can protect my investment for less than the cost of replacing one cd. I am truly surprised that I have never heard of this product considering how long I have been a computer/technology user. I will be referring people/ mostly other parents, I know to Amazon for the product, in fact I made a gift of the product to the pre-school's computer lab. ... Read more


3. DiscRestore 3685 DiscRx for DVD Pro Series 1
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000029709
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DiscRestore International
Sales Rank: 40871
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Proprietary formula
  • Includes disc Care and Repair fluids
  • 2 washable, lint-free cotton OptiCloths
  • Fixes most damaged optical media
  • Protects as well as restores

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Save those CD's and DVD's
I got one of these a while back as a gift and I'll tell ya, it has repaired no fewer than 10 of my old scratched cd's and one of my DVD's. It is awesome and pays for itself in no time at all.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cool and Easy
I bought it in a hurry way because I got a problem with one DVD, wich is my favourite one... "The Matrix". So I got quickly and I can It has worked in an exellent way, I think. The fact is that the product is easy to use and fast, it doesn't get on troubles to the eldes't member of the family... generally, they suck using electronics. So, I recommend it to you in case you're very angry with your broken DVD's. ... Read more


4. DiscRestore 3690 DiscRx for DVD Pro Series II
list price: $15.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000029708
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: DiscRestore International
Sales Rank: 30889
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Proprietary formula
  • Includes disc Care and Repair fluids
  • 2 washable, lint-free cotton OptiCloths
  • Fixes most damaged optical media
  • Protects as well as restores

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome baby awesome!
Have a five year kid that loves to leave CDs/DVDs every where until they won't work anymore. Tried DiscRX on six so far and all six are working great. Just came back for more because I have about 40 more to do. Can't lose on this product if you go through CDs and DVDs.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's never let me down
I am writing this because it is such a great product. We have a five-year-old son and have had some really damaged CD's. DiscRestore has repaired them all. I tried the alsop and disc doctor to no avail. The DiscRestore product was able to correct the damage (the more serious damage did need the strips that are dipped into water to be used, on one disc, I had to use them twice, but did get it to play through). There are many products that claim to work, but this one really does!

5-0 out of 5 stars Got damaged discs? Get DiscRestore!
This stuff is absolutely fantastic. Dropped my copy of 8mm on the floor and after rolling across the room it got scratched and became unplayable. Less than 5 minutes with their magical formulas and polishing strips and it played like new again. Can't recommend it highly enough. Have also used it on CD-ROMs that my computer wouldn't read with the same excellent results. A must have for anyone with digital media. ... Read more


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