Kingston 8GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 4 + SDHC Adaptor £9.99* delivered @ MyMemory (Warranty 5 Years) - HotUKDeals
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- Compliant: with the SD Association Specification, Version 2.00
- Versatile: can be used as full-size SDHC or miniSDHC card with appropriate adapter

Specification
- Compatible: with microSDHC-enabled devices/readers only
- File Format: FAT 32
- Dimensions: 0.43 x 0.59 x 0.039 ( 11mm x 15mm x 1mm)
- High-Speed Class Rating: Class 4: 4MB/sec. Minimum sustained data transfer rate
- Operating Temperature: -13°F to 185°F (-25°C to 85°C)
- Storage Temperature: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)
- Weight: .05 oz (1.4g)
Warranty
5 Years
Tags
Class 4
Product Code
SDC4/8GB

*Use code last20 to buy at this price
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[mod] 6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
good find :thumbsup:
#2
ordered two, thank you
#3
Nice one - I guess the adapter gives it the edge on the (excellent) Play.com offering.
#4
4% Topcashback is another 22 pence off, it all counts :)
#5
Deals like this make me furious at apple for charging extortionate amounts for small amounts of memory, always meaning I end up buying the lowest GB models.
Sorry for going off topic, good find.
#6
The memory used in Apple products is much quicker than this. I'm not an apple fanboy but you get what you pay for.
#7
Great find
H & R added
#8
Cheaoer £10:80p at Amazon
Mod Edit - marketplace link removed
#9
Excellent find
[mod]#10
kirkholm
Cheaoer £10:80p at Amazon


Hi
Maths was never my strong point but how is £10.80 cheaper than £9.59??
No matter what I do that always comes up as £1.21 more expensive
Also that's a marketplace deal; so link removed
#11
andywedge
Hi
Maths was never my strong point but how is £10.80 cheaper than £9.59??
No matter what I do that always comes up as £1.21 more expensive
Also that's a marketplace deal; so link removed


I think the poster didn't see you had to use a code to get it for £9.59 and was going off the original price of the item.
#12
Thanks,

Ordered 2 :thumbsup:

Don't forget quidco:p
#13
Total shows £9.99 for me?
#14
Good price. I recently paid £12.20 @ zoombits for a Transcend class 6.
[mod]#15
wingz
Total shows £9.99 for me?


Hmmm, they've upped the price a bit :x
#16
Good spot

Just ordered 2 and bought a 2 gig one for £3 odd for the sat nav.
#17
Are these any good for DS n5 cards?
#18
Nice good for phones and NDS cards hot !
#19
ordered one. Thanks OP!
#20
Can anyone say anything about the '£15 off' promotion that comes after the sale?
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Wolf
Can anyone say anything about the '£15 off' promotion that comes after the sale?


Don't touch it. IIRC from when I last ordered of mymemory (2 weeks ago), it looked like one of those buyers clubs where they claim to give you regular discounts off electrical goods and in return you get to pay a monthly fee (for example £9.99) via a direct debit or ‘Continuous Payment Authority’. Many people don't realise what they have signed up for, until several months have passed. Then they get to spend another several months trying to stop the monthly payments and reclaiming previous payments.
#22
tamoil
Don't touch it. IIRC from when I last ordered of mymemory (2 weeks ago), it looked like one of those buyers clubs where they claim to give you regular discounts off electrical goods and in return you get to pay a monthly fee (for example £9.99) via a direct debit or ‘Continuous Payment Authority’. Many people don't realise what they have signed up for, until several months have passed. Then they get to spend another several months trying to stop the monthly payments and reclaiming previous payments.


Thanks, appreciate that.
#23
Heed20
The memory used in Apple products is much quicker than this. I'm not an apple fanboy but you get what you pay for.


LOL. When would a class 4 card be limiting??? :roll:

(and when you state "much quicker", by how much???)
#24
Shows £11.19 for me?

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