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Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

Old 01-22-14, 08:05 AM
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Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

I got it used on eBay. Flawless. But I couldn't find a booklet, did it come with one? I couldn't the info online.

And are the two sets, the one with Skyfall and the one without, exactly the same other than the Skyfall disc? I bought (and knew when I did) the set without Skyfall and then Skyfall in its own BD case which I can just slip in to the Bond 50 set. But is the book/case that holds the discs together the same?

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P.S. how do you get the stupid discs out of the case I know there's that little indentation but it doesn't help and I don't want to bend and twist too much in fear of damaging the case or disc.

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Old 01-22-14, 09:02 AM
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Re: Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

No booklet.

The set without Skyfall has a slot for it to be inserted after a separate purchase.

As for removing the discs, I use the indentation to get a bit of my finger under the disc and slowly pull it out.
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Old 01-22-14, 09:04 AM
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Re: Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

Yeah mine has the slot to stick it in, I was just wondering if the case was the same for both releases minus the physical disc itself

I'm gonna to be a bit rougher with it I guess lol I hate this kinda packaging grr

Now I can leave positive feedback if I can just get a disc out to check for scratches

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Re: Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

Not 100% sure, but I'd imagine the cases are the same. You should be able to get the discs out without causing any damage. I have found that Blu-rays are a lot tougher to scratch up than regular dvds.
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Re: Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

Finally managed to get a couple of discs out, but I really hate that packaging, thinking of getting a disc case for them and not even bothering with the box.
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Re: Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

The trick is to hold the page with one hand applying slight pressure so that you can pull the disc out with your other hand placing your index finger in spindle hole and your thumb on the edge of the disc.
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Re: Question for those with the Bond 50 BD set.

That's how I finally did it but I hated having to bend the page.
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