Rated 4 out of 10 by 4
Rated 9 out of 10 by mrfailure May have saved my PS3
Bought MW3, got home my PS3 wouldn't recognize any disc. Tried all sorts of resetting, nothing worked. It still played an audio cd though. Read the other reviews, sounded bad, so I went to BestBuy and another local place looking for another BluRay cleaner, both of them were sold out so I bought this (last one too!). Gamestop guy even warned me it might not work.
Popped it in, ran it. PS3 works great again. Would totally buy again. It did want me to run a video to clean it as a warning so if you get no disc recognition at all this probably wont work.
Having scared me real good, my PS3 will live a much cleaner lifestyle
Rated 2 out of 10 by 11a1a1 don't have a clue yet
we have 2 playstations set up on 2 entirely different tvs and surround sound systems. gamestop give my wife a version for a x-box telling her it was the same cleaning disk just different packaging. product would start (i think) but nothing came up on screen, like for the image and sound calibration or to let me know whats going on on either system. took it back couple of days later and got PS3 version. same thing. called Digital Innovations, they are sending me a new one from a different batch. lets hope this one works. will post again when it gets here. i don't think its our systems. one is old and one is pretty new.
Rated 1 out of 10 by AJCk19 Why take the risk?
Cons: there are no pros, can harm lense
have to pay me to use it
This lens cleaner uses a brush to clean your ps3 lens. Which is a no no. Despite what the description might say on the website. It does have a "very small" chance of knocking the lens and better chance of scratching it (even though relatively small still). There is better technology to clean your lens.
One of the best at the time being uses a disc like this one does, but instead of using brushes. It uses wind tunneling technology.
Rated 4 out of 10 by 11a1a1 got off to a bad start.
I posted the previous review. Digital Innovations sent me a replacement, but this is the CleanRX for Blue Ray in the blue case. It started right up and the video and instructions played. But the person at DI tried to blame it on my 2 totally different setup Playstations. This kind of ticked me off. The disk don't clean very long so I guess it's doing what it's supposed to do.