Most of you won’t recognize the device in this picture. Many of you will think you know what it is, but you don’t.
Those of you who are old enough to remember VHS will understand after I tell you. Then, you will realize that this little device is something you cannot live without.
Years ago, before there was streaming video, DVD, and blue ray, there were video tapes. Back in the late 1970s, there were two standards of video tape. Sony developed a small cassette tape that produced a relatively high-quality image that they called Betamax, but was known in the world as Beta.
Along about the same time, the JVC (Japan Victor Corporation) developed its version of the video cassette recorder (VCR) which they called VHS, which stood for Video Home System. That format was released in 1976.
The VHS system was inferior to Beta and the tapes were larger and more fragile. To improve the playback quality of the recording, people could choose to select faster tape speeds that spread the recording over larger portions of the tape.
They could also choose to use less tape by choosing slower tape speeds. Thus, you had Standard Play (SP), Long Play (LP), or Super Long Play, which was also called Extended Play (SLP/EP).
Video tape rental stores sprang up everywhere so that, in time, you could rent practically every movie ever produced. Eventually, VHS won out as the most popular format between the two. The problem was that people would rent the tape and neglect to rewind it before taking it back to the store.
Some video rental stores started charging for tapes that were returned without being rewound. Many video rental stores would put stickers on their tapes that would remind customers to rewind the tapes.
Also, people would use video tapes to babysit the kids. No parent wanted to take the time to rewind one Barney tape before starting the next.
Some bright person invented a device to quickly rewind the video tape without using the VCR.
The video tape has been replaced by the DVD and now by Blue Ray and streaming video.
Up till now, no one has invented a device to rewind a DVD. No one has introduced a device to rewind the Blue Ray or even the streaming video.
The little device pictured above will solve all of that. For only $19.95, plus sales tax, and shipping and handling of only $10, you can own your own re-winder.
All you do is plug your DVD, Blue Ray, or streaming video device into the outlet of this device and then plug the device into any working 110 volt AC outlet and your DVD or Blue Ray or even streaming video will be ready to play the next time you want it.
But Wait! You can get a second Re-Winder FREE. Just pay an additional shipping and handling fee of only $29.95 and you will get your second Re-Winder free.
What a bargain!!
Note: This is not a real product. Do not try to place an order.
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