Not satisfied with your flimsy the CDs and DVDs? We can certainly understand that, and it seems that folks at Cranberry empathize with you too, that’s why they’re offering you a much more robust item called the DiamonDisc. It’s not made from diamonds, but hewn from “synthetic stone”, and it can take temperatures up to 170ºF (80ºC). Of course, you can’t burn it with your bog standard DVD burner, so you’ll need to upload the data to them and pay them to burn the files into the DiamonDisc and mail it to you. Of course, if you want to get your own burner, it’ll set you back a cool five grand, and the DiamonDiscs are $35 a piece.
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