Duracell Micro SDHC Memory Card 16GB - Class 4 - £15.79 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop - HotUKDeals
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MicroSecureDigital High-Capacity (microSDHC) is a new class of memory cards designed to enhance the performance of high-quality still and video cameras. microSDHC cards from Duracell Flash meet all the standards of the SD Card Association 2.0 Specification for SD cards larger than 2 GB. Although identical in size to a standard microSD card, microSDHC cards are different and are only compatible with devices designed for SDHC. Please check the Owner’s Manual or User’s Guide to verify that your device and your card reader, if you intend to use one, are microSDHC compatible.

All Duracell microSDHC cards come with a 10-year warranty. Current capacities include 4GB, 8GB and 16GB
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I bought the Lexar one recently from Play for my OSF and it's working fine, but I did notice while checking the prices on Amazon that people do rave about how good the Duracell cards transfer rates and reliability are. Stuff like "it says class 4 and it IS class 4!", insinuating that others are hyped.

It makes me a bit suspicious though - even if my new Lexar card works fine for the next ten years I'm not going to go on a website and rave about how good it is - I assume that everything I buy is what it claims to be and will last forever!

Lexar 16gb microsd, class 4 at Play.com for 13.99. Unless anyone can say why a Duracell is better than a Lexar?

Tried to get a class 4 from Play 3 times and each time they sent me a class 2. Still waiting for a refund after a month.

Edited By: lkl265 on Mar 21, 2011 07:34: typo

Tried to get a class 4 from Play 3 time and each time they sent me a class 2. Still waiting for a refund after a month.

I'm still waiting to get a voucher refunded from May.
i got a 16gb kingston class 4 from amazon for 1 pence more than this last week and it came with an adapter, moved a load of music over to it yesterday and it's working fine in my wildfire

Edited By: illy1965 on Mar 21, 2011 07:53
I have an option of trading in my not working unbranded 16gb class 10 for a 16gb class 4 for £19.

Can anyone tell me whether its better to go for the cheaper Duracell brand or go for the Kingston one?
Got mine delivered yesterday. Works well with my HTC desire.
How do you know this is Class 4? Not stated on the card or on the listing on the 7dayshop website.
Mine had "4" written on the card
Out of stock currently but worth watching (for those who want 32GB): http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/Verbatim/Verbatim-32GB-Premium-Micro-SD-%28SDHC%29---Class-10 Verbatim Class 10 MicroSD for £59.99.

Though..the rating is strange: "Class: Class 10/Read Speed: 10MB/s/Write Speed: 10MB/s". My memory2go Class 4 is rated faster! So, it's either a typo or a slow card.

Edited By: louiselouise on Apr 12, 2011 17:20

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