SkipDr DVD and CD Manual Disc Repair System

October 25, 2017 - Comment

The SkipDR Classic disc repair system is a manual device that can fix minor scratches to CDs and DVDs. It can repair up to 25 discs using a patented FlexiWheel, and resurfacing fluid to smooth the surface of damaged discs. The patented FlexiWheel, with its unique microfrictional surface, uniformly repairs damaged discs without losing data.

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The SkipDR Classic disc repair system is a manual device that can fix minor scratches to CDs and DVDs. It can repair up to 25 discs using a patented FlexiWheel, and resurfacing fluid to smooth the surface of damaged discs. The patented FlexiWheel, with its unique microfrictional surface, uniformly repairs damaged discs without losing data. As well as handling standard optical discs, the SkipDR Classic can also repair discs for: PlayStation 1 and 2; XBOX / XBOX 360, and the Nintendo Wii. The repair kit contains: a FlexiWheel, rejuvenating fluid, and a special drying cloth and felt buffing square (Packed inside the handle of the unit).

Product Features

  • Fixes scratched DVD, CD, PS1, PS2, XBOX & XBOX 360, Wii optical disks to eliminate skipping, freezing & distortion
  • Radial resurfacing is scientifically-proven to completely repair most minor play-side scratches
  • Process smoothes surface scratches to renew the disc’s protective layer, leaving disc data unaffected
  • Patented FlexiWheel repairs up to 25 discs and works gently enough to safely repair the same disc multiple times
  • Includes SkipDr Rejuvenating Fluid, blue drying cloth, and felt buffing square (Packed inside the handle of the unit)

Comments

Paul R. Potts says:

Definitely Helps! I’ve used both the older version (with the green wheel) and the newer version (with the orange wheel) and they both have been very helpful with numerous discs. I’m a parent and I have friends who are parents. I’ve used it to make CDs and DVDs which had become almost unplayable work reasonably well again, avoiding the cost of replacing the disc.It’s important to understand what this thing does. Basically, you start with a CD or DVD with minor surface damage on the bottom side (which…

Andrew Arnold says:

Run, don’t walk from this disc destroyer! I’ve been feeling a bit nostalgic for my old PS2 and dusted it off and started playing some of my old games. One of them started freezing when I would get to a certain level in the game. I noticed some scratches on the disc and tried the homemade remedies (Toothpaste, bananas) which didn’t work. I decided to go ahead and give this SkipDr a try. I followed the instructions to the letter (I especially made sure to keep the disc wet with the included spray bottle). When I was all done, I…

Anonymous says:

This product does exactly what it claims. And tho some may have had bad results with this product it had worked miracles for me. Imagine am Xbox game which looked like someone had played hockey with it on a bunch of staples. Well, after about 9 runs through and testing after each few rotations, forza 4 works like brand new. Absolutely works as if it was never scratched. I did this with two other Xbox games which looked like that. It even cleared up the Xbox disc ring you get if the console…

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