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Rates for DVDs are calculated by weight plus packaging cost.
Items to Canada are shipped letter mail for single and some multidisc sets.
Items to Canada over 500grams are shipped parcel post plus packaging cost.
Items to the USA are shipped Canada Post Light Packet for under 500g.
Items to the USA over 500g will have multiple shipping choices.
Some items may only ship via expedited parcel.
No Other handling charges.
No local pickups
(ex: if Canada Post shipping quotes $8.00CDN, Shipping will be $8.00 + packaging. This
is calculated automatically in the shipping cost.)
Combined Shipping:If an item can be combined, it will be listed on the shipping tab. Combined shipping is
calculated by and will be shown on the checkout page. Make all your purchases before going to checkout.
Large lots may be shipped using a different shipping method. (ie: Small packet or Expedited parcel) if the total weight
exceeds the allowable weight for the individual item's shipping method.
About Optical Media:
All Optical DVDs, Blu-rays and Games are Authentic RETAIL or EX-RENTAL versions.
I DO NOT sell copies or bootleg versions.
Three different versions of Optical Media are sold:
1) New - Items are standard Retail versions that are sold in major outlets. Authentic Versions ONLY.
2) Used - Previously viewed NON Rental versions. Some may contain light surface scratches or scuffs.
3) Ex Rental - Previously viewed Rental versions. Some may be Rental Exclusive versions. Some may contain light surface scratches or scuffs.
Defects and Wear.
Even a brand new Optical Disc may have defects or faults. Many DVD and even Blu-Ray discs may have a hesitation or pause.
This is usually caused by multi-layer discs changing layers. This is normal.
A hesitation or pause may also be caused by the optical laser in the Disc reader having dust or other grime on the lens.
Overheating can also cause the same issue. Older disc readers and video displays may have freezing, fragmenting, pause issues with scenes where fast action occurs.
Light surface scratching and scuffs rarely effect the playback of an Optical Disc. As a general rule, if you can feel the scratch with your fingernail, it is not a
scratch, but a gouge. This will be a cause for concern. Most often, finger smudges and grime will be the reason a disc fails to play properly. Be sure to
clean your discs with a lint free or microfiber cloth.
Resurfacing and Buffing.
Discs may be resurfaced or buffed to restore playback. Some resurfaced discs will have a swirl pattern (very fine scratches). This is normal.
It will not effect playback.
Disc layer separation.
Occasionally you may see layer separation. This occurs when the metallic film in the middle of the disc becomes disconnected from the playback
surface. This does not mean the disc will not work. Some disc will play perfectly fine, some will not. The actual data is written on the metallic
film. Not the plastic. As long as the optical reader (laser) can read the data, all should be fine.
I will always grade the disc surface in the body of the listing.
Good = Scuffing or light scratches, item still plays fine.
VG or VG+ = Very Good
MINT or Near MINT. = As new or only a very small imperfection.
Due to the volume of discs sold, I cannot test every one.
If I suspect a disc, I will test play it a 16x speed.
If any disc I sell fails to perform properly, please contact me.