Please help identify if this is REAL Verbatim DVD+DL 2.4x (MKM-001)

I’m convinced it’s DVD9 I want to backup my movies on. I am going to stock a few hundreds of Verbatim MKM-001s (2.4x) as recommended by many reputable forums.

I will be burning DVD9 media using ImgBurn software and NEC ND-4550A drive.

The problem is I am currently working at Hong Kong where cheap media and fake ones are common place. I wonder if you could kindly identify this Verbatim being sold is the real Verbatim, MKM-001s (2.4x).

The first picture shows Verbatim MKM-001 from supermedistore.com - a highly reputable store in the US. I’d think that is the real one. The next three pictures show Verbatim MKM-001 from a reputable store in Hong Kong from which I will be buying. As far as I can tell both Verbatims are the same and real. Can you identify and advise if the Verbatim shown on the Hong Kong store’s picture the real thing? The Verbatim sold at the Hong Kong store is made in Singapore.

Thank you for advising:flower:
Hope my picture attachments are allowed on this forum :wink:

I think they are geniune, but if you are unsure by just one piece, try it, and if it works buy more.

The Verbatim sold at the Hong Kong store is made in Singapore.

Then i would get them ASAP, because more and more Made in India MKM-001’s are appearing and they are lesser quality then the ones form Singapore

[QUOTE=molnart;1938891]I think they are geniune, but if you are unsure by just one piece, try it, and if it works buy more.

Then i would get them ASAP, because more and more Made in India MKM-001’s are appearing and they are lesser quality then the ones form Singapore[/QUOTE]

Thanks mate. I am too eyeing on “Made In Singapore”. The price is right too, 10p pack for USD 20 at the current exchange rate.