VHS-to-Digital Video Transfer Kit Only $16.99 (Regularly $70)

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Have a lot of VHS Tapes taking up space in your garage?📼

Head on over here where this VHS-to-Digital Video Transfer Device and Software Package is on sale for $24.27 (regularly $69.95). Even sweeter, when you add this item to your cart, the price drops down to just $16.99.

This kit converts all of your VHS and DVDs to a mobile digital format with transfer rates up to 480bps. It comes with easy video editing software that lets you create your own customized home movies and you can easily share your creations via DVD, web and mobile devices. This system is compatible with Windows XP, Vista 7 and Vista 8.

Shipping is $3.99 per item and you will be charged a handling fee of $1.99 per order.

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  1. Alexa

    We have a ton of old videos on VHS so I snagged this up. Been meaning to convert them for awhile. Thanks!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh perfect! You’re welcome Alexa!

  2. Stella

    This might be a really dumb question………..BUT do I need a vhs player? we have all these home movies on VHS and no way to watch them. TIA!

    • Elaine

      Based on the pictures, my guess is yes you need a working vcr

  3. Denise

    Would someone explain how this works? Do I need a special port on my VCR ?

    • Jen

      From a glance it looks like you use an rca cable (or s vid cable) from vcr to this doohickey… and then plug into USB port. Without actually looking, i imagine it comes with software to install.

    • Teah

      Same concept but the one you posted works with windows 10. Thank you!!

  4. Brandon

    My guess is that you would insert your VHS into a VCR, then you would need an RCA cord (Red White Yellow) or S video cord to go from the VCR to the device pictured. That device will then need plugged into your computer through a USB port.

  5. Liesl Arnell

    For those who don’t want to transfer on their own or don’t have equipment, Costco offers this service for a reasonable fee. It starts at $20 for up to 2 hours worth of content. I have seen Costco coupon offers for this service before bringing the cost down.

  6. Heather

    WOW the highest windows compatibility is only windows XP, that is a very old system good luck finding many that still have that. another place to check if you haven’t is your public library mine has a VHS to DVD converter and it is free to use only your time

    • SJ Glatfelter

      Thank you Heather. I would have never thought of the library.

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