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Just bought one of these as a backup card for my Dashcam after seeing the previous deal for the 8GB version.

Use code "gizzmo5" or "basket5" to get 5% off the £4.99 price.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexar-8gb-micro-sdhc-class-6-mobile-memory-card-for-2-95-free-p-p-gizzmoheaven-1958060#post22349580

Lexar 16GB MicroSDHC Class 6 Mobile Memory Card
• 5 year warranty
Specifications:
Class: Class 6
Read Speed: Up to 10MB/s
Write Speed: Up to 18MB/s
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#1
TopCashback a possibility too if it tracks (not sure if it will with the code)
#2
read and write should be other way round.

I checked a 4gb class4 and surprised the write speed showed as 10mb.

this might be same.
#3
Hot!
2 Likes #4
Easy way to remember is the class is the minimum guaranteed speed i.e class 6 = min 6 MB/s class 10 = min 10 MB/s

Rather spend the extra pound odd and go for a class 10 card especially for video evidence that could end up saving you a fortune in a dashcam or such device. First class 10 price I came across £5.75 (not saying the cheapest just the first I came across)

http://www.memorybits.co.uk/shop/microsd/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class-10-memory-card-plus-sd-sdc1016gb/27577

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-inAxwL7mMHM/U82bGKxq5CI/AAAAAAAAApo/yCdqXf_wKDk/s640/speed%2520classes.JPG

Info on classes here.
https://www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq/#speedclass
#5
Hot !
#6
Do they charge for delivery?
#7
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peaceoff
Do they charge for delivery?
Free delivery
1 Like #8
cecilmcroberts
Easy way to remember is the class is the minimum guaranteed speed i.e class 6 = min 6 MB/s class 10 = min 10 MB/s

Rather spend the extra pound odd and go for a class 10 card especially for video evidence that could end up saving you a fortune in a dashcam or such device. First class 10 price I came across £5.75 (not saying the cheapest just the first I came across)

http://www.memorybits.co.uk/shop/microsd/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class-10-memory-card-plus-sd-sdc1016gb/27577

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-inAxwL7mMHM/U82bGKxq5CI/AAAAAAAAApo/yCdqXf_wKDk/s640/speed%2520classes.JPG

Info on classes here.
https://www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq/#speedclass



The advice I received after doing some research was to go for class 6 as some dashcam's don't like class 10. You get a card speed error message.
I have an e-prance mini 0803 but I understand this applies to others also.

I am currently using a Samsung 32Gb class 6 with no issues recording full HD. 570mb file every five minutes.
#9
ordered thanks, heat added
#10
Cold as class ten are around the same price. Maybe a couple of quid more but still better as a card for me. Sorry
#11
itsdavidjones1984
Cold as class ten are around the same price. Maybe a couple of quid more but still better as a card for me. Sorry

I have a few of these and none where class 6 :( They were around class 9+ :)

Plus they are reliable Lexar, unlike other big brand that fail ....
#12
CrazyBob
cecilmcroberts
Easy way to remember is the class is the minimum guaranteed speed i.e class 6 = min 6 MB/s class 10 = min 10 MB/s

Rather spend the extra pound odd and go for a class 10 card especially for video evidence that could end up saving you a fortune in a dashcam or such device. First class 10 price I came across £5.75 (not saying the cheapest just the first I came across)

http://www.memorybits.co.uk/shop/microsd/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class-10-memory-card-plus-sd-sdc1016gb/27577

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-inAxwL7mMHM/U82bGKxq5CI/AAAAAAAAApo/yCdqXf_wKDk/s640/speed%2520classes.JPG

Info on classes here.
https://www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq/#speedclass


The advice I received after doing some research was to go for class 6 as some dashcam's don't like class 10. You get a card speed error message.
I have an e-prance mini 0803 but I understand this applies to others also.

I am currently using a Samsung 32Gb class 6 with no issues recording full HD. 570mb file every five minutes.

On a different note, what do you think of that dashcam you have?

Thanks.
#13
Thanks, ordered one for my new Moto G 4G.
#14
Stani
Thanks, ordered one for my new Moto G 4G.


didn't think the moto had expandable memory
1 Like #15
brainbug100
Stani
Thanks, ordered one for my new Moto G 4G.

didn't think the moto had expandable memory

4g version does.

Price gone up to £6.99 now.


Edited By: captainbeaky on Jul 22, 2014 14:45
#16
expired - 6.99 now
1 Like #17
cecilmcroberts
CrazyBob
cecilmcroberts
Easy way to remember is the class is the minimum guaranteed speed i.e class 6 = min 6 MB/s class 10 = min 10 MB/s

Rather spend the extra pound odd and go for a class 10 card especially for video evidence that could end up saving you a fortune in a dashcam or such device. First class 10 price I came across £5.75 (not saying the cheapest just the first I came across)

http://www.memorybits.co.uk/shop/microsd/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class-10-memory-card-plus-sd-sdc1016gb/27577

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-inAxwL7mMHM/U82bGKxq5CI/AAAAAAAAApo/yCdqXf_wKDk/s640/speed%2520classes.JPG

Info on classes here.
https://www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq/#speedclass


The advice I received after doing some research was to go for class 6 as some dashcam's don't like class 10. You get a card speed error message.
I have an e-prance mini 0803 but I understand this applies to others also.

I am currently using a Samsung 32Gb class 6 with no issues recording full HD. 570mb file every five minutes.

On a different note, what do you think of that dashcam you have?

Thanks.

This is the specific one I bought
The video quality on the 1080 setting is pretty good, just a very small amount of grain in movement.
I went for this one because I could mount it behind the rear view mirror to hide it away.
I can't see it from the drivers seat without leaning forward and a passer by wouldn't normally notice it without looking for it.
I ran the cable over the passenger sun visor and grab handle then down the centre pillar and under the seat to the socket.
I may look at a better fixing solution at some point.
Overall I think it is one of the best value compact solutions, time will tell on longevity.
#18
itsdavidjones1984
Cold as class ten are around the same price. Maybe a couple of quid more but still better as a card for me. Sorry

I love comments like this, "maybe a couple of quid more".
The thing is only £4.74 to start with, a couple of quid is quite a percentage on top :p
#19
CrazyBob
cecilmcroberts
CrazyBob
cecilmcroberts
Easy way to remember is the class is the minimum guaranteed speed i.e class 6 = min 6 MB/s class 10 = min 10 MB/s

Rather spend the extra pound odd and go for a class 10 card especially for video evidence that could end up saving you a fortune in a dashcam or such device. First class 10 price I came across £5.75 (not saying the cheapest just the first I came across)

http://www.memorybits.co.uk/shop/microsd/kingston-16gb-microsdhc-class-10-memory-card-plus-sd-sdc1016gb/27577

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-inAxwL7mMHM/U82bGKxq5CI/AAAAAAAAApo/yCdqXf_wKDk/s640/speed%2520classes.JPG

Info on classes here.
https://www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq/#speedclass


The advice I received after doing some research was to go for class 6 as some dashcam's don't like class 10. You get a card speed error message.
I have an e-prance mini 0803 but I understand this applies to others also.

I am currently using a Samsung 32Gb class 6 with no issues recording full HD. 570mb file every five minutes.

On a different note, what do you think of that dashcam you have?

Thanks.

This is the specific one I bought
The video quality on the 1080 setting is pretty good, just a very small amount of grain in movement.
I went for this one because I could mount it behind the rear view mirror to hide it away.
I can't see it from the drivers seat without leaning forward and a passer by wouldn't normally notice it without looking for it.
I ran the cable over the passenger sun visor and grab handle then down the centre pillar and under the seat to the socket.
I may look at a better fixing solution at some point.
Overall I think it is one of the best value compact solutions, time will tell on longevity.

Thanks for the info.
#20
Received by the next day, fully packaged :)
Ran a Speed test....
13.6 Write :)
16.6 Read :)
Making it a Class 13 :)

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