8GB SDHC Secure Digital Card - £24.74 Delivered (using code) @ Memorybits (12.5% Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Memory2Go 8GB SDHC Class4

Price is £24.21 + £2.95 delivery = £27.16.

Use the discount code 10off to reduce the total to £24.74 delivered.

Don't forget Quidco, it's been increased to a massive 12.5%.

Note: Delivery charge is per order, not per card, which is even better.
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#1
http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s46/bingsy1/8gbsdcheckout.jpg

[COLOR=Red]Assuming Quidco is worked out after the 10% off code it should work out at a further £2.72 discount.
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#2
brilliant find, was just looking for one.
#3
I would pay the extra for special delivery.
I ordered from these on the 27th December using the delivery option shown above and am still waiting for the items to arrive:x
They are blaming RM backlogs, which can't be true as I have had other stuff delivered that I ordered afterwards.
#4
Fullspizz
I would pay the extra for special delivery.
I ordered from these on the 27th December using the delivery option shown above and am still waiting for the items to arrive:x
They are blaming RM backlogs, which can't be true as I have had other stuff delivered that I ordered afterwards.


not true, i work at royal mail, no backlogs across the whole country since last year when the strikes were on, they are fobbing you off big time
#5
Just remember with any of these 'high capacity' memory cards that they are NOT always compatible with your (older) electronic devices.

eg my digital camera can only accept upto 512MB cards - higher just dont show up
my car stereo can accept upto 1GB cards FAT32 - higher just not recognised.

So great for the extra flexibility/capacity IF eg 8GB works for your devices, but an expensive mistake IF it doesn't.
#6
mk-donald
Just remember with any of these 'high capacity' memory cards that they are NOT always compatible with your (older) electronic devices.

eg my digital camera can only accept upto 512MB cards - higher just dont show up
my car stereo can accept upto 1GB cards FAT32 - higher just not recognised.

So great for the extra flexibility/capacity IF eg 8GB works for your devices, but an expensive mistake IF it doesn't.


And its only a Class 4, so its not the fastest card either
#7
Got one of these http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/126829/peak-8gb-sd-card-2-0-sdhc-class-6-r/ for £24.25 all in for a lad at work, was quite a few in stock the other day but now it's showing 1 in stock.
#8
kungfu
not true, i work at royal mail, no backlogs across the whole country since last year when the strikes were on, they are fobbing you off big time


I ordered 4 items on Boxing Day and they all arrived the day after and before the New Year!
#9
So wish this was MicroSD.
#10
Abvance
So wish this was MicroSD.


Me too! Then I can use it as an SD, mini-SD or pro-Duo using various adapters that I have!
#11
wonder if there is an SD to pro duo adapter? :D:D:D:D
#12
Thanks OP just bought this. It will work okay with asus eee I assume?
#13
Artonox;1441861
wonder if there is an SD to pro duo adapter? :D:D:D:D

There is mate - I got one from Amazon - http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000SSMVOW

D.

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