DUTPlanet is a Spotweb-based NZB indexer. The site has video, music, game, app, eBook and adult categories and each of them seem stuffed to the gills with content.
Downloading is easy enough. An NZB link is provided next to any listing you click on. Download the NZB and you should be good to go.
By making a donation, you can up the number of features that you have access to. The site is, unfortunately, not too specific about the benefits of membership, but there are definitely some perks.
DUTPlanet is really most notable for the easy interface. It’s colorful, well organized and those who have a tough time sorting through more basic search results should find this site to be refreshing.
The basic membership is free. If you decide to make a donation, you’ll be able to link both Couchpotato and SickBeard directly to the site. You also get an extended download history at DUTPlanet and the ability to download posts without any of the very minor restrictions that apply to free accounts.
The donation levels include:
- 3 months for €6
- 6 months for €10
- 1 year for €15
You’ll get a globe on your profile that denotes your status as a paying supporter of the site once you make your payment. You can pay with iDeal or Bitcoin.
DUTPlanet currently has more than 140,000 members. The site also boasts nearly 260,000 titles and was getting 400 views per minute at the time we checked it out.
Little information is given about the server or other technical details at the site. DUTPlanet, in fact, might skimp a bit on the technical details, but it seems like an ideal choice for people who want a free NZB site with a low-cost donation option that is remarkably easy to use.
DUTPlanet is probably one of the more attractive NZB sites we’ve seen. The listings are remarkably easy to decipher, downloading the NZBs is a breeze and the listing information draws data from sites such as IMDb. There’s a voting system that allows users to leave feedback on any of the listings.
If you just want something easy, it’s worth signing up at this site. It might not offer the same level of features that some other NZB indexers provide, but it certainly has the basics down and does a great job of making searching very easy.