LightScribe or Labelflash?

Does anyone know which one of these gives better results over the other? :bow:

Here a link to a review between the two that was posted here recently.
http://www.micheldeboer.nl/flash-light/

Neither stand any comparison against inkjet printable, not least of which being that prinable can be done in full colour.

The capability of tattoing the data side with Labelflash is a plus, the fact that it only covers DVD media and not CD-R though is a minus.

If you insist on labelling in the drive, lightscribe media is a lot easier to find than labelflash.

I’d rate both of them as good for curiosity value only - if you really want to label without the risks and problems of applied sticky ones, the only way to go is one of the CD-capable printers and inkjet printable media that’s widely available at minimal price premium.

Taking SVP as an example
http://www.svp.co.uk/products-list.php?cid=116
Lightscribe media
The Verbatim MCC003 single JC at £0.56 is a good example for comparison if they have it in the other versions.

http://www.svp.co.uk/products-list.php?cid=103
The 16x single JC, MCC004, is £0.39 in printable version - closest one to compare a 16x of the same pedigree, cheaper by a considerable margin - and the difference seems to be more marked for the spindles.

No direct comparison in non-printable

That just depends on where you live…