Technicians transfer videotape content over to DVDs in order to preserve cherished recordings
What You'll Get
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- $33 for up to six VHS-to-DVD conversions (up to a $90 value)
Lifetime Video is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Fine Print
About Lifetime Video
There are many perishables in an average household—bananas, milk, and VHS tapes, for example. So, the technicians at Lifetime Video do their part to preserve memories by clearing out those tapes before they begin to lose their quality. With 130 machines at their disposal, they transfer video content onto modern formats such as DVDs. Their services accommodate several types of tapes, from the most common VHS tapes to 8MM tape and Digital 8 tapes. The tech can handle orders of any size, and never charge customers if one of their unlabeled tapes turns out to be blank.