• Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
  • Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
  • Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
  • Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System
Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System

Aleratec DVD CD Motorized Disc Repair Plus System

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  • Motorized Disc Repair Kit that Repairs all CDs and DVDs
  • Easy as 1-2-3 Insert damaged disc put 3 drops of repair solution on the repair wheel press "Repair"
  • Restores your damaged discs and protects your favorite rare or hard-to-find CD or DVD collections
  • Can repair and clean up to 99% of all scratched discs
  • 1 Year limited warranty

Customer Reviews

Cleans disks okay; not much good on scratch removal I tried this on a number of CDs that were dirty and/or scratched. It cleans them fairly well, but not any better than window cleaner and a microfiber cloth. I tried the polishing cycle, designed to remove scratches. Although the polishing cycle was fairly long, it wasn t very effective at removing scratches. It mainly created a number of very fines scratches that made the CD appear cloudy. But the larger scratches remained and the CD reader had trouble reading the CDs. Maybe if you did many cycles it would eventually remove the scratches; but the cycles were long and it would take forever. 3Ended up breaking very quickly I must admit that I take no pleasure in writing this. For whatever reason, it is difficult to find CD/DVD tool that works well. Regarding the Aleratech, I used it primarily for cleaning disks. We often borrow DVD's from our library which are scratched, scuffed and may not play well. I am also in the process of digitizing my old music/video collection, so I am also looking to repair old disks I am too cheap to purchase in another format ;)I did find if I used the cleaning bit a few times it would incrementally make a difference. I finally started using the repair option and could not tell the difference. I tried this feature a little, maybe 5-6 times with little difference. I finally tried to use a week later and the unit did not turn on again. I am not sure if the AC adapter is no longer functioning, or if there is something else going on. Either way, it was a waste of money, and I cannot recommend this product. 2It s a $40 disc scratcher. At the time of this review only one other reviewer attached a picture. I can agree with their post that my disc turned out the same way. My PS2 disc has a million little swirls on it that NO method is taking off after the machine did this. The blue Cleaning discs made many swirls in the disc. Tried the yellow Repair method and now there were ALOT of swirls and scratches. Figured I d only have to try the last red Buffing procedure to start fresh and the outcome is the picture above.The CD would ve turned out better if I would ve just cleaned with some car wax and microfiber cloth. 1poorly built and ineffective Came to me in need of repair (window that was glued in didn't have enough glue) door will not stay closed while in operation no matter how much you tighten down. could not repair the disk and actually made it worse to the point that it could no longer be read in any machine, the disc only had minor scuffs and should have dealt with the issue easily. This disc worked before it was "repaired". The kit should have come with extra plastic pieces for the buffer but despite the price for the unit, it did not. 1I was able to fix up many of my PS1, Wii, and GameCube games thanks to this. This works perfectly in fixing up my Wii, GameCube, PS1/PS2 games. I don't even follow the Instructions. All I do is use only the pink pads once or a few times on the disc and the game works perfectly after that. The disc in the picture is of my newest Wii game No More Heroes 2. Yeah it does give the discs this real weird look after using this on them as seen in the photos, but the games play perfectly now even with that weird look. 5Works as described First, before you even think about "repairing" a disc, first do a "light test" check on the disc. You do this with a flashlight (maglite, 75W bulb, etc). Hold the disc up to the light and check if you see light shining through anywhere in label area. Just about any light you see from pinholes and up means the disc is trash because the recording layer has been permanently removed. As in not recoverable. No matter what you do. It's the label side that's important - not the clear plastic side. Most players can read through most dirt, scratches, etc., but they simply cannot read what's missing.If your disc passes the "light test", this machine does what it's designed to do from cleaning to resurfacing. I ran tests on used and new game discs (XBox 360) through simple mp3 CDs. The resurface will leave brush marks but has no effect on reading. Be sure to run them through clean first before you go onto any other step. It's not rocket science but you do have to apply a dab of common sense. 5It Works! I'm impressed! Last week I bought a new copy of a video DVD that was made in 2003. It seemed as though this new DVD had spent the past ten years dismounted from its hub in the sealed clamshell and being vigorously shaken. The playing side of the DVD had LOTS of very visible abrasions and when I tried to play the DVD the video "froze" frequently. I decided that this DVD would be an excellent test subject for the Aleratec DVD/CD Disc Repair Plus. Because the DVD was severely damaged, I started with the pink buffing pads, which are used dry. When the machine was finished the DVD looked worse, actually, with A LOT more visible abrasion. I then installed the yellow repair pads and let the machine go through the cycle. When the DVD repair cycle was finished I rinsed the disk surface with cool running water (my idea) and dried them with a clean soft towel. I put the DVD into my DVD player and the video freezing that was so irritatingly evident was now gone. Please check out the other reviews that provide a better explanation of the correct way to use the Aleratec DVD/CD Disc Repair Plus. because the "Chinglish" manual is of very POOR QUALITY... but you aren't buying this for the manual. 5It works, but I have a couple of scratched DVDs that I wanted to fix. After reading the reviews here and elsewhere, I ordered the Alera DVD/CD Disc Repair Plus.I was able to successfully repair the two damaged DVDs, but it took hours of effort due to the poorly-written instructions that have been noted by others here.I developed my own method for repairing one stubborn scratch I had on one of my DVDs. After determining that the repair mode alone (yellow pads) would not repair the scratch after a number of passes, I used the pink pads, followed by a number of passes with the yellow repair pads.The problem with the repair process is that it is difficult to get the exact amount of repair polish on the disk. Too little, and the scratch is not repaired, too much and the disk doesn't play right. The instructions call for three drops of repair liquid to be applied to the pads. This works if the drops are exactly the right size. I found another way to get the amount just right.Start with two drops of repair liquid, or three very small drops. Play the DVD at the spot in the movie where it skips, and see if it is fixed. If it is not fixed, run the disk through the repair process again, putting just one drop on the yellow pad this time. Play the DVD again to see if it is fixed. Repeat this procedure, one drop at a time until the skip is fixed. You do not have to clean the yellow pads in between passes (until you are finished with the repair). Do not wash the DVD between repair passes. Washing the DVD puts you back to square one.The repair liquid seems to be a polish that works somewhat like wax. It appears to be similar to the polish/cleaner used ceramic stovetops. It fills in the scratches and polishes over the repaired area. Running a repaired DVD or CD through the disk cleaning cycle seems to clean off the repair polish, exposing the scratches once again.So when your disk is repaired do not wash it in the future. If it needs to have dust cleaned off, wipe it off gently with a soft cloth. If you do need to wash the disk in the future, you will probably have to run it though the repair cycle again to reapply the polish to the disk's surface.I hope this helps. The Alera machine does work, but it takes a lot of trial and error to figure out how to make it work due to the inadequacy of the instructions shipped with it.A couple of other things not covered in the instructions, the cleaning and repair pads screw counter-clockwise into the machine. The wet and dry sides are not labled on the pads themselves, but on the machine. The wet cleaning pads do not have to be filled to 80 percent capacity like it says in the instructions. That is wasteful, unless you are cleaning a lot of DVDs or CDs all at once. A 20 percent fill works just as well. You are going to lose what cleaning liquid you don't use immediately due to evaporation. 4Motor burned out on the first one and they sent ... Motor burned out on the first one and they sent a replacement. It is still working but you have to very careful with them and ensure you use plenty of the lubricating compounds. If the disc dries up while the unit is running it will burn up the motor rather quickly. It is not very fast at removing scratches and you should expect to run the cycle several times. Apply lubrication/polish between each cycle to avoid burning up motor. 3Few more steps than I like, but well worth it My Xbox 360 fell while it was on (don't ask). The disk inside got a deep circular scratch as a result. Just cleaning it didn't help, nor did taking a cloth and wiping from the inner rim to the outer rim. I was screwed. I had bought Disk Doctor and other items but they were tricky to use and the results were mixed.This gizmo wants you to first clean the disc, (which you do inside) then run the repair feature. You have to fill the little pot with solution to clean and put drops on another unit to repair.A lot of taking out and putting back in.But it did work. The game plays great again. I have some DVD's I am going to run on it now. 4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • Motorized Disc Repair Kit that Repairs all CDs and DVDs
  • Easy as 1-2-3 Insert damaged disc put 3 drops of repair solution on the repair wheel press "Repair"
  • Restores your damaged discs and protects your favorite rare or hard-to-find CD or DVD collections
  • Can repair and clean up to 99% of all scratched discs
  • 1 Year limited warranty
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Cleans disks okay; not much good on scratch removal I tried this on a number of CDs that were dirty and/or scratched. It cleans them fairly well, but not any better than window cleaner and a microfiber cloth. I tried the polishing cycle, designed to remove scratches. Although the polishing cycle was fairly long, it wasn t very effective at removing scratches. It mainly created a number of very fines scratches that made the CD appear cloudy. But the larger scratches remained and the CD reader had trouble reading the CDs. Maybe if you did many cycles it would eventually remove the scratches; but the cycles were long and it would take forever. 3Ended up breaking very quickly I must admit that I take no pleasure in writing this. For whatever reason, it is difficult to find CD/DVD tool that works well. Regarding the Aleratech, I used it primarily for cleaning disks. We often borrow DVD's from our library which are scratched, scuffed and may not play well. I am also in the process of digitizing my old music/video collection, so I am also looking to repair old disks I am too cheap to purchase in another format ;)I did find if I used the cleaning bit a few times it would incrementally make a difference. I finally started using the repair option and could not tell the difference. I tried this feature a little, maybe 5-6 times with little difference. I finally tried to use a week later and the unit did not turn on again. I am not sure if the AC adapter is no longer functioning, or if there is something else going on. Either way, it was a waste of money, and I cannot recommend this product. 2It s a $40 disc scratcher. At the time of this review only one other reviewer attached a picture. I can agree with their post that my disc turned out the same way. My PS2 disc has a million little swirls on it that NO method is taking off after the machine did this. The blue Cleaning discs made many swirls in the disc. Tried the yellow Repair method and now there were ALOT of swirls and scratches. Figured I d only have to try the last red Buffing procedure to start fresh and the outcome is the picture above.The CD would ve turned out better if I would ve just cleaned with some car wax and microfiber cloth. 1poorly built and ineffective Came to me in need of repair (window that was glued in didn't have enough glue) door will not stay closed while in operation no matter how much you tighten down. could not repair the disk and actually made it worse to the point that it could no longer be read in any machine, the disc only had minor scuffs and should have dealt with the issue easily. This disc worked before it was "repaired". The kit should have come with extra plastic pieces for the buffer but despite the price for the unit, it did not. 1I was able to fix up many of my PS1, Wii, and GameCube games thanks to this. This works perfectly in fixing up my Wii, GameCube, PS1/PS2 games. I don't even follow the Instructions. All I do is use only the pink pads once or a few times on the disc and the game works perfectly after that. The disc in the picture is of my newest Wii game No More Heroes 2. Yeah it does give the discs this real weird look after using this on them as seen in the photos, but the games play perfectly now even with that weird look. 5Works as described First, before you even think about "repairing" a disc, first do a "light test" check on the disc. You do this with a flashlight (maglite, 75W bulb, etc). Hold the disc up to the light and check if you see light shining through anywhere in label area. Just about any light you see from pinholes and up means the disc is trash because the recording layer has been permanently removed. As in not recoverable. No matter what you do. It's the label side that's important - not the clear plastic side. Most players can read through most dirt, scratches, etc., but they simply cannot read what's missing.If your disc passes the "light test", this machine does what it's designed to do from cleaning to resurfacing. I ran tests on used and new game discs (XBox 360) through simple mp3 CDs. The resurface will leave brush marks but has no effect on reading. Be sure to run them through clean first before you go onto any other step. It's not rocket science but you do have to apply a dab of common sense. 5It Works! I'm impressed! Last week I bought a new copy of a video DVD that was made in 2003. It seemed as though this new DVD had spent the past ten years dismounted from its hub in the sealed clamshell and being vigorously shaken. The playing side of the DVD had LOTS of very visible abrasions and when I tried to play the DVD the video "froze" frequently. I decided that this DVD would be an excellent test subject for the Aleratec DVD/CD Disc Repair Plus. Because the DVD was severely damaged, I started with the pink buffing pads, which are used dry. When the machine was finished the DVD looked worse, actually, with A LOT more visible abrasion. I then installed the yellow repair pads and let the machine go through the cycle. When the DVD repair cycle was finished I rinsed the disk surface with cool running water (my idea) and dried them with a clean soft towel. I put the DVD into my DVD player and the video freezing that was so irritatingly evident was now gone. Please check out the other reviews that provide a better explanation of the correct way to use the Aleratec DVD/CD Disc Repair Plus. because the "Chinglish" manual is of very POOR QUALITY... but you aren't buying this for the manual. 5It works, but I have a couple of scratched DVDs that I wanted to fix. After reading the reviews here and elsewhere, I ordered the Alera DVD/CD Disc Repair Plus.I was able to successfully repair the two damaged DVDs, but it took hours of effort due to the poorly-written instructions that have been noted by others here.I developed my own method for repairing one stubborn scratch I had on one of my DVDs. After determining that the repair mode alone (yellow pads) would not repair the scratch after a number of passes, I used the pink pads, followed by a number of passes with the yellow repair pads.The problem with the repair process is that it is difficult to get the exact amount of repair polish on the disk. Too little, and the scratch is not repaired, too much and the disk doesn't play right. The instructions call for three drops of repair liquid to be applied to the pads. This works if the drops are exactly the right size. I found another way to get the amount just right.Start with two drops of repair liquid, or three very small drops. Play the DVD at the spot in the movie where it skips, and see if it is fixed. If it is not fixed, run the disk through the repair process again, putting just one drop on the yellow pad this time. Play the DVD again to see if it is fixed. Repeat this procedure, one drop at a time until the skip is fixed. You do not have to clean the yellow pads in between passes (until you are finished with the repair). Do not wash the DVD between repair passes. Washing the DVD puts you back to square one.The repair liquid seems to be a polish that works somewhat like wax. It appears to be similar to the polish/cleaner used ceramic stovetops. It fills in the scratches and polishes over the repaired area. Running a repaired DVD or CD through the disk cleaning cycle seems to clean off the repair polish, exposing the scratches once again.So when your disk is repaired do not wash it in the future. If it needs to have dust cleaned off, wipe it off gently with a soft cloth. If you do need to wash the disk in the future, you will probably have to run it though the repair cycle again to reapply the polish to the disk's surface.I hope this helps. The Alera machine does work, but it takes a lot of trial and error to figure out how to make it work due to the inadequacy of the instructions shipped with it.A couple of other things not covered in the instructions, the cleaning and repair pads screw counter-clockwise into the machine. The wet and dry sides are not labled on the pads themselves, but on the machine. The wet cleaning pads do not have to be filled to 80 percent capacity like it says in the instructions. That is wasteful, unless you are cleaning a lot of DVDs or CDs all at once. A 20 percent fill works just as well. You are going to lose what cleaning liquid you don't use immediately due to evaporation. 4Motor burned out on the first one and they sent ... Motor burned out on the first one and they sent a replacement. It is still working but you have to very careful with them and ensure you use plenty of the lubricating compounds. If the disc dries up while the unit is running it will burn up the motor rather quickly. It is not very fast at removing scratches and you should expect to run the cycle several times. Apply lubrication/polish between each cycle to avoid burning up motor. 3Few more steps than I like, but well worth it My Xbox 360 fell while it was on (don't ask). The disk inside got a deep circular scratch as a result. Just cleaning it didn't help, nor did taking a cloth and wiping from the inner rim to the outer rim. I was screwed. I had bought Disk Doctor and other items but they were tricky to use and the results were mixed.This gizmo wants you to first clean the disc, (which you do inside) then run the repair feature. You have to fill the little pot with solution to clean and put drops on another unit to repair.A lot of taking out and putting back in.But it did work. The game plays great again. I have some DVD's I am going to run on it now. 4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at au@directnine.com, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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