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VMI QuickSand

Introducing the new QuickSand machine from Venmill Industries.

This hard-working unit enables you to repair deeply scratched discs using any TDR machine.

At the touch of a button, it aggressively sands the disc’s playing surface – in either a 10 second or 30 second blast - leaving just a short cycle in a standard TDR machine to complete the repair.

The QuickSand is extremely fast and has very low running costs, meaning you can now fix all those heavily damaged discs that would otherwise be discarded.

Unlock the true potential of your current disc repair setup with the new QuickSand add-on machine.
Price: £695.00
ex vat: £695.00
  • VMI QuickSand Machine
  • Consumables Starter Pack - 50 mins
  • Our own easy to read user guide and set up sheet
  • 1 Year warranty, subject to our terms & conditions
  • 30 Day money-back guarantee
  • Lifetime telephone/email technical support

 

  • Compatible with CD, DVD, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2
  • 10 Seconds Regular Cycle removes 1 micron
  • 30 Seconds Heavy Cycle removes 3 microns
  • Up to 10 times quicker than other current solutions
  • Fix ‘laser burn’ & heavy damage for pennies
  • Stop turning away heavily damaged discs
 
  • Size: 22cm x 20cm x 28cm
  • Weight: 8.5kg
  • Daily Output: No limit, only limited by amount of time in the day.
  • Disc Finish: Smooth but misty finish which is unplayable, requires finishing in disc repair machine.
  • Capabilities: Sands CDs, DVDs and other disc formats except Blu-ray.
 

 *Watch with sound for the best experience.

 

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About Us

We are the UK distributors of the range of Azuradisc disc repair machines.

Our machines remove scratches and other damage from CDs, DVDs and Game discs, returning each one to pristine, as new condition.

Perfect Play was acquired by Total Disc Repair in 2011 and retains its individuality from the TDR brand, though all sales and support for the Auradisc machines and consumables are dealt with by the Total Disc Repair team.

You can find out more about Total Disc Repair on the UK website totaldiscrepair.co.uk.

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