HSN, Anymore VCR’s Planned To Sell?
So, I’m one of the few left out there that still enjoys and uses a VCR. Just wondering if HSN plans on bringing anymore here? I passed on the two previous brands because the price was a bit hefty. I realize production has been stopped, but would hope if anymore are available they be more reasonbly priced.
I never thought I could live without a VCR. I own many of them that work perfectly. If there was a way I could sell them to you I would. I have not used them for years.
?, check Amazon. They might not be sold by Amazon, but if it’s an Amazon vendor (which it would be if it’s for sale on Amazon) Amazon will help with any issues. That is likely your best bet. There’s many to choose from there as well.
I too still use my VCR’s all Panasonic..I still have one big old Panasonic that the tape pops out of the top..and it still works fine..As do my others:smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy:
About a year ago a local store here..had name brand blank tapes..for 50 cents each..all sealed…I bought 24 of them..they work fine also..
I have 2 DVD players..all work just fine..
My son bought one of the VCR to DVD machines..he has nothing but issues with it..
I will keep my oldies but goodies..VCR’s until they die!:smileylol:
More things for my kids to toss in the BIG dumpster when I’m gone!!!!!!!
Please do not go to a pawn shop. HSN another option because everything on VHS as fbn135 has said is now upconverting on one machine.
I. too, still use my VCR which I’ve had since 1980’s, and a DVD player. They both still work good.
Someday I would like to get one of those machines that ? mentioned.
Hi, I don’t think they make them anymore but you might be able to find a ION VCR2PC player on ebay or someplace like that. I have had one of these for quite a few years….They are a easy to use VHS player that will convert your tapes to digital. You can have your cake and eat it too. lol I highly recommend this machine.
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09.19.16 1:51 AM