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3 x 4 Gig Sandisk Micro SDHC £14.97 delivered using voucher

£14.97 @ Expansys
Requires you to use the attached voucher. As a bonus they seem to include another voucher for £10 off a £20 spend when you receive them, and that has an expiry of 11th of November. Spec: High sto… Read More
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Requires you to use the attached voucher. As a bonus they seem to include another voucher for £10 off a £20 spend when you receive them, and that has an expiry of 11th of November.

Spec:
High storage capacity (4GB) for storing essential digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music and more
Optimal speed and performance for microSDHC compatible devices
Speed performance rating: Class 2 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)
High Quality microSDHC card backed by 5 year limited warranty
Built to last, with an operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop ** (**Based on SanDisk internal testing)

To get the price you need to order 3 at £7.50 each, go to checkout, apply the voucher and then change delivery to standard royal mail.

Very useful for people who have been buying the Nintendo DSTT cards and their like.

Spec says it comes with a USB 2.0 reader but it doesn't. It does, however, come with the micro SD to full size SD adaptor.
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#1
12gb for £15 - not bad.
#2
Good value for money...only 8 in stock at 1:00 AM
Voted Hot!
#3
ordered some, nice deal
#4
Class 2? of limited use for NDS flash carts. Better to get class4+ if using for games.

It will work with them, but certainly not ideal.
#5
Brilliant deal..thanks for the heads up
#6
Deleted User Name 3
Class 2? of limited use for NDS flash carts. Better to get class4+ if using for games.

It will work with them, but certainly not ideal.


True(ish). But class 4's and 6s are more expensive.

About the only game that has issues is Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin, and that works on these with a decent card (oh and Tony Hawkes). The Supercard DSOne seems to be the one that has most problems with the class 2 cards but you can run the DSTT software on it for much better results.

Expansys seem to get these cards in very quickly after going out of stock, I ordered Wednesday (delivered Thursday), they showed OoS on Wednesday evening and came back in on Thursday afternoon.
#7
thanks for the find-just ordered:-D
#8
expansys = expensive, joking, lol
#9
Does anyone know whether these go in the blackberry pearl? I get confused with all these different type of cards.

Thanks in advance.
#10
Great find! That sorts out the kids DS's and my Navigo! BTW, you may read that 4gb micro SDHC cards don't work in the Navigo, but I've been using the one out of my camera fine :)
#11
I have a Canon Ixus 70, on the Canon website it says this

MEMORY CARD
Type

Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Card or MultiMediaCard (MMC), 32MB memory card supplied


but it doesnt mention the micro SDHC, the OP's post says that an adaptor is included, does this sound like it would be compatible?

(I would also be looking to use it with a Nintendo DSlite- when I get a good deal off HDUK:thumbsup:)
#12
Thanks, ordered.
#13
buggles
I have a Canon Ixus 70, on the Canon website it says this

MEMORY CARD
Type

Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Card or MultiMediaCard (MMC), 32MB memory card supplied


but it doesnt mention the micro SDHC, the OP's post says that an adaptor is included, does this sound like it would be compatible?

(I would also be looking to use it with a Nintendo DSlite- when I get a good deal off HDUK:thumbsup:)


Yes it should work - the micro sd to full size adaptor is just a physical change, there are no electronics involved. The protocol for talking to the card is the same.
#14
nice one :thumbsup:
just ordered - now 5 left
good luck:-D
#15
welshworrier;3063158
the micro sd to full size adaptor is just a physical change, there are no electronics involved.
Interestingly, there are two pins connected together on the adaptor (I've measured with a meter; the standard SD card has 9 pins and the micro has 8). This confuses my computer if I plug in an adaptor without a card.
banned#16
ordered thanks voted hot :thumbsup:
#17
welshworrier
Yes it should work - the micro sd to full size adaptor is just a physical change, there are no electronics involved. The protocol for talking to the card is the same.


Thanks WW :thumbsup: - ordered - now how do i heat it up
#18
Click the red arrow next to the title for heat - middle [gray] for neutral and blue arrow for cold.

hot deal
#19
Still says 8 in-stock.. I guess their stock system is not that great.
#20
abomination
Still says 8 in-stock.. I guess their stock system is not that great.


or it's just there to encourage your order:-D
#21
ordered 3 still says 8 in stock?? confused!
#22
SanDisk 8GB microSD(HC) @ £18.06 doesn't look too bad (after discount obviously).

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You'd have to make up the total (after VAT) to £20 though :?.
#23
SanDisk microSDHC 4GB card ships with Bonus MicroMate™ USB 2.0 SD/SDHC Reader, to ensure compatibility when downloading pictures or other digital content


If mine does not come with the micromate as advertised I will be phoning trading standards to have a word with expansys.

It is important that sites advertise the exact thing they are selling as I like the micromate thingie and when choosing which 4 gig or 8 gig tf card I want the one with the micromate.

I bought the card before seeing the offer on here.
#24
Heated and ordered. Thanks
#25
dontasciime
If mine does not come with the micromate as advertised I will be phoning trading standards to have a word with expansys.
Where on the expansys site does it say the micromate is included? I must be going blind because I can't see it at all.
#26
It says in the specification tab. Reading the comments in the attached forum there seems to have been some that shipped without them before.
#27
What 'class' are the 1gb Nokia MicroSD that come with N95 and suchlike?
#28
Only SDHC cards have class ratings, i.o.w 4GB+ earlier cards with less capacity do not bear any such rating.
#29
now says

"Availability: Normally less than 5 days
We have no confirmed lead time for this item - call for more details".
#30
welshworrier
It says in the specification tab. Reading the comments in the attached forum there seems to have been some that shipped without them before.

Ah, so it does - thanks for that.
#31
Expansys=rubbish

in stock(before order)=Normally less than 5 days(after order)
#32
File a paypal dispute if their delivery speed is too slow to bear.
#33
Price increased to £8.99.
#34
All 3 of mine shipped today, even though stock said 5 days...can't be too bad for 12gbs
#35
arrived today.
#36
They included a 10 off 20 spend voucher with mine - it's probably one of those.
#37
Mine arrived today but sent normal 1st class and not recorded as i selected.

Anyone else have this happen?
#38
Recorded delivery is of no benefit to you - it merely gives the sender proof that the goods were delivered in case you claim you haven't received them. So selecting it is a waste of money.
#39
pibpob
Recorded delivery is of no benefit to you - it merely gives the sender proof that the goods were delivered in case you claim you haven't received them. So selecting it is a waste of money.


If i didn't receive the item, royal mail would pay after 15 working days. i'm not sure if expansys would resend them if i selected normal 1st class and they didn't arrive.

Regardless, i paid for the service and didn't receive it.
#40
If you didn't receive the item, you would have to contact the sender who would then have the option of claiming for the value of the goods - only the sender can do this, not you. Whether or not they bother do this is up to them; their contract with you is not fulfilled unless they get the goods to you, by whatever means (or refund you in full). This is why "optional insurance" is just a scam - insured or not, they are obliged to make sure you receive the goods.

But I agree, you should have received it by recorded delivery if that's what you specified. Next time, don't bother paying for it. :thumbsup:

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