Before DVDs and Blu-rays cooled and before CDs and Walkmans cooled, there was definitely a reliable VCR that was a type of magnetic tape recorder in use. VHS tape has the thinnest tape allowed at around 1,410 feet (430 meters), and delivers approximately four hours on T-240/DF480 for NTSC and five hours on E-300 for PAL in "standard play". (SP), although the tape used to prevent clogging and rupture was usually thicker.
A standard T-120 VHS tape with two hours of playback on an NTSC television standard has about 812 feet (about 248 feet) The E-120, which displayed two hours of PAL or SECAM TV standards, contained 570 feet (about 174 meters) of tape. VHS tapes ceased production in the mid-2000s. In some homes, video recorders are still owned due to nostalgia. To past the value of keeping personal or home-made videos.
Trivia Trivia: How long did the tape last inside a standard T-120 VHS cassette?