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This Kingston 2Gb SD [Secure Digital] Card comes with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty and is NOW £16.89 including free SuperSaver delivery from Amazon.

* Features: Kingston 2 GB SD Flash memory card
* Supply Voltage: 3.3 V
* Limited lifetime warranty [Germany, Austria and France: 10 years]
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#1
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[COLOR=darkred]Manufacturer's Description[/COLOR]
Join the many schools, consumers, businesses and government groups that use Kingston's standard Secure Digital cards when using SD-enabled devices. With the built-in write-protection switch to prevent accidental data loss, Kingston's legendary quality assurance and affordable price - you'll get peace of mind and the best price-to-performance value.
#2
Sounds like a good deal, rayman. Any idea about the reliability of these cards, say compared to the ones made by Viking?
#3
AFAIK, Kingston are one of the world leaders in memory tech. Viking, again AFAIK, is just badged OEM, usually a lot cheaper but not quite so reliable.

Just about to order one of these for my sons new Panasonic (also found from here :) )
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If you don't want to wait the extra time for free supersaver delivery from Amazon you can get the same SD card from [url]www.dvd.co.uk[/url] for £17.99 delivered quicker
#5
Kazzea
If you don't want to wait the extra time for free supersaver delivery from Amazon you can get the same SD card from www.dvd.co.uk for £17.99 delivered quicker


Plus quidco as well from here ;-)

Order x 2 1GB from DVD in Aug and Sept, and delivered within 2 days... top company

I paid £14 I think for my 1GB, so this is a great price
#6
Yeah it would be better to order from http://www.dvd.co.uk/product.asp?id=SD2GB and use Quidco to get the extra 5% off :-D - Nice find!
#7
g8ina
AFAIK, Kingston are one of the world leaders in memory tech. Viking, again AFAIK, is just badged OEM, usually a lot cheaper but not quite so reliable.


I'm pretty sure that Viking cards are just rebadged (rather re-strickered) Toshiba branded cards and not OEM. Would someone care to confirm this?
#8
travisbickle
I'm pretty sure that Viking cards are just rebadged (rather re-strickered) Toshiba branded cards and not OEM. Would someone care to confirm this?


Yup... your spot on! All of Viking Memory Cards are Rebranded Toshiba. But Kingston is a better brand IMHO.
#9
The lifetime warranty with Kingston is useful and they are my preferred choice for low cost SD cards.
#10
Thanks for the DVD.Co.UK info Kazzea ;-) Definitely worth it if you're going through QuidCo :)
#11
rayman
Definitely worth it if you're going through QuidCo :)


I think Quidco is definately overated. In the 8 months I have been a member I have received less than half the commision I am entitled to. Either items not tracked or tracked but not paid. I have been paid £65 and I am currently owed around £80 and have not received satisfactory responses from them.
#12
Damn, I might reject my Ebuyer order and order this!

Cheers Rayman!
#13
Anyone know the speed of these? ie. x40, x50, x66? I need x66 or above.

Sin
#14
This might help: http://www.kingston.com/flash/securedigital.asp?id=2

These are standard SD cards.
suspended#15
These will work fine within the Nintendo Wii right?
#16
Looks like it will yeah :)
#17
Welcome to HotUKDeals by the way Accelra ;-)

Here's the first specification details that came up when I just searched: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wii#Technical_specifications

Funny it's Wii kipedia lol
#18
Now just £16.99 including free delivery!
#19
another option is £17.90 plus 99p p&p minus 2%quidco at picstop.
http://www.picstop.co.uk/Secure-Digital-SD/Order_1/Page_3
(just in case the previous options sell out)
#20
Thanks for the useful info mcek :)
#21
Jefft
I think Quidco is definately overated. In the 8 months I have been a member I have received less than half the commision I am entitled to. Either items not tracked or tracked but not paid. I have been paid £65 and I am currently owed around £80 and have not received satisfactory responses from them.

Sorry but i think Quidco are the best,i have had around £230 in about 7 months
You go Quidco:thumbsup: :-D
#22
That's actually a Market Place seller, so delivery on top of that would probably make it more expensive.
#23
£16.89 delivered and in-stock right now...
#24
rayman
£16.89 delivered and in-stock right now...


Just clicked on the link to look at the item, and it's showing as £13.84 and in stock.
#25
That price is from an Amazon Market Place seller which means p+p will need to be added.

Thanks for noting it though :)

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