Lexar 64GB 600X upto 90MB/S Micro SD SDXC Class10 - recommended card for GoPro £21.99 @ Ebay/city_of_memories (NEW LINK IN DESCRPTION) - HotUKDeals
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UPDATE: the seller has relisted the item
The new link is:
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=151336209900

I bought two and used them with my gopro hero 3+ black in 4K, protune etc without a problem
It doesnt come in retail package but looked absolutely new and worked well for m

Yes there are cheaper 64GB cards out there but they probably have the standard 10mb/s writing speed which is not good enough for recording high res videos with gopro hero 3/3+, while this card has a writing speed of 45mb/s

I bought two of these, loved the cards and the seller so far. The seller seems to be relisting the deal within few days of it being sold out so keep an eye on the seller's items.
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#1
will this be genuine?
#2
mine has arrived and I tested with my gopro hero 3+ black in 4K mode, didnt have any problem
#3
Hmm very cheap for that type of card.
I'm suspicious oO
#4
I thought so too, they were selling few days ago at this price and I grabbed one, the rest was sold out within days. Received mine in one day and tested it, now ordered my second one.
They do offer 14 day refund

Edited By: jasonhhx on Jun 19, 2014 16:46
#6
Not voting either way, but I would be wary of buying such a large capacity card for such a low price from an eBay seller.
Personally I've just gone for the Sandisk 32GB 45MB/s at slightly under £15 from an authorised Sandisk reseller. Yes it's half the capacity, but considering the GoPro itself cost the best part of £300, I'd hesitate at saving an extra few £s for the piece of mind for knowing it's genuine.
Of course, even genuine cards can have problems, but at least I can't kick myself as much for it if it does go belly up.

As I say, I'm reserving judgement either way, but it's not for me!
#7
My 16gb lexar micro kept wanting to be formatted in my S3 and my replacement seems a bit flaky. I have just bought a Sandisk Ultra 64gb from My memory for £25 to go into my S5 I trust it more.
1 Like #8
Blade_Runner
My 16gb lexar micro kept wanting to be formatted in my S3 and my replacement seems a bit flaky. I have just bought a Sandisk Ultra 64gb from My memory for £25 to go into my S5 I trust it more.
thats is a very good card for your phone :) this deal is more for gopro or HD video cameras as the write speed is 4 times or more than that of sandisk ultra :D
#9
Great deal. If there's a problem, eBay will refund you anyway so there's no risk.
1 Like #10
I've bought off this seller before and everything was spot on, delivered next day in full retail packaging, IMO a seller to be trusted.
#11
Any Class 10 card - assuming it does comply - should be sufficient for GoPro even at 4k:

http://gopro.com/support/articles/software-update-release

45Mbps is ~6MB/s should not be a problem for a proper Class 10 card, even some Class 6 might just do it.

As with all flash manufacturers the headline rate - 90MB/s refers to read only, write can be anywhere between 10 and 90.
1 Like #12
http://i1088.photobucket.com/albums/i340/elecvilage/Lexar/attobench64_zpseb39383f.jpg
1 Like #13
jasonhhx
Blade_Runner
My 16gb lexar micro kept wanting to be formatted in my S3 and my replacement seems a bit flaky. I have just bought a Sandisk Ultra 64gb from My memory for £25 to go into my S5 I trust it more.
thats is a very good card for your phone :) this deal is more for gopro or HD video cameras as the write speed is 4 times or more than that of sandisk ultra :D

Well I got the Sandisk Ultra because on the reliablity but the Sam Gal S5 does 4K video so I'm hoping it will be good for that. I don't trust Lexar any more.
#14
Adrian7
Any Class 10 card - assuming it does comply - should be sufficient for GoPro even at 4k:

http://gopro.com/support/articles/software-update-release

45Mbps is ~6MB/s should not be a problem for a proper Class 10 card, even some Class 6 might just do it.

As with all flash manufacturers the headline rate - 90MB/s refers to read only, write can be anywhere between 10 and 90.

Sorry I forgot to mention that the write speed is 45mb/sec (not Mbps) for this card, which is the gopro requirement for shooting 4k videos

Edited By: jasonhhx on Jun 20, 2014 01:02
#15
If you need the Lexar USB 3.0 reader it usually comes with, you can buy the genuine 16GB MicroSD card + Reader, for £8.10 on amazon at the moment.

That's cheap for the reader, as it's probably the smallest and best USB 3.0 Card Reader available, and isn't sold separately.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexar-usb-3-0-microsd-card-reader-600x-16gb-microsd-card-8-01-3-99-del-free-del-1934333

Edited By: tightar5e on Jun 20, 2014 10:40
#16
Seller has relisted the item http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=151336209900
People who have bought it, did you receive the card and are they OK?
1 Like #17
Bought just for Lolz.
#19
GeorgeR010
Bought just for Lolz.

Bought for the meh
#20

Yea. I got the Kingston card one month ago for my Surface Pro. So far, it's been excellent. Paid £23.20 though. :(
1 Like #21
Only buy Memory from Amazon (Not sellers) or reputable memory websites now due to fakes.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-64GB-Class-Micro/dp/B009X0G304/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1403616377&sr=8-4&keywords=64gb+micro+sdxc+card

£1.20 more on Amazon you would be a lunatic to buy from an ebay seller for such a small saving. Or MyMemory
£20.98 + FREE UK delivery reputable memory website.

So this is not a good deal at all IMO.



Edited By: alera on Jun 24, 2014 14:29
#23
Damm, I had no idea that 64GB micro SD cards had generally plummeted in price. Trying to cancel this asap!
#24
alera
Only buy Memory from Amazon (Not sellers) or reputable memory websites now due to fakes.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-64GB-Class-Micro/dp/B009X0G304/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1403616377&sr=8-4&keywords=64gb+micro+sdxc+card

£1.20 more on Amazon you would be a lunatic to buy from an ebay seller for such a small saving. Or MyMemory
£20.98 + FREE UK delivery reputable memory website.

So this is not a good deal at all IMO.

I'm absolutely with you on the dubious value of buying flash memory from unknown sellers. However, I can't see any speed ratings of the Kingston card you linked to (other than the Class 10 spec), whereas this card (the official geunine version at least!) is certified for use in GoPro.
#25
alera
Only buy Memory from Amazon (Not sellers) or reputable memory websites now due to fakes.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-64GB-Class-Micro/dp/B009X0G304/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1403616377&sr=8-4&keywords=64gb+micro+sdxc+card

£1.20 more on Amazon you would be a lunatic to buy from an ebay seller for such a small saving. Or MyMemory
£20.98 + FREE UK delivery reputable memory website.

So this is not a good deal at all IMO.

City of memories are what I would call a trusted supplier. I bought the Samsung 64Gb through them a few weeks back, and it is what it says it is. Class 10, 64Gb.

This is a cracking deal. And i'm not a lunatic.
#26
You can get a 64gb class 10 card for less money via amazon so its cold regardless. More come back and almost certainly faster delivery.

Edited By: alera on Jun 24, 2014 15:18
#27
mrew42
alera
Only buy Memory from Amazon (Not sellers) or reputable memory websites now due to fakes.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-64GB-Class-Micro/dp/B009X0G304/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1403616377&sr=8-4&keywords=64gb+micro+sdxc+card

£1.20 more on Amazon you would be a lunatic to buy from an ebay seller for such a small saving. Or MyMemory
£20.98 + FREE UK delivery reputable memory website.

So this is not a good deal at all IMO.

City of memories are what I would call a trusted supplier. I bought the Samsung 64Gb through them a few weeks back, and it is what it says it is. Class 10, 64Gb.

This is a cracking deal. And i'm not a lunatic.
Ditto!
1 Like #28
alera
You can get a 64gb class 10 card for less money via amazon so its cold regardless. More come back and almost certainly faster delivery.

Show me
#29
It doesntt come in retail package but looked absolutely new

Ebay memory alarm bells ringing at full volume !!!!
#30

Disagree about the better brand.. I'm a big fan of Lexar and I have a graveyard of Kingston microsd
#31
GoPro's can be pretty fussy about memory cards. Sandisk is throttled, kingston would quit recording and samsung would corrupt random vids.

Lexar have been good for me so far. Still not sure about this deal though. Smells of fake. Can anyone check the Lexar warranty status of their card they received?
#32
Blade_Runner
My 16gb lexar micro kept wanting to be formatted in my S3 and my replacement seems a bit flaky. I have just bought a Sandisk Ultra 64gb from My memory for £25 to go into my S5 I trust it more.
I had the same problem with my Lexar 32gb class 10 micro card, when I powered down my note 2 it corrupted and needed formatting, lost all my data on two occasions. Have done an RMA as it does have a 5 year warranty, hope the replacement is going to be OK.

Edited By: rdann on Jun 24, 2014 17:57
#33
Northerndave
It doesntt come in retail package but looked absolutely new

Ebay memory alarm bells ringing at full volume !!!!

it just means the seller bought in bulk (without bulky packaging) and this is how they achieve such a low price. have bought from city of memories before. all good

Edited By: reg66 on Jun 24, 2014 18:50: edit
#34
Has anyone that's received the card from this seller tested whether it can be filled to 64gb and what the speed are like using a benchmarking utility like crystaldiskmark or ATTO?
#35
ordered
#36
Voodle
Has anyone that's received the card from this seller tested whether it can be filled to 64gb and what the speed are like using a benchmarking utility like crystaldiskmark or ATTO?

i take it you haven't read the first page of comments :)

Edited By: reg66 on Jun 24, 2014 20:24
1 Like #37
reg66
Voodle
Has anyone that's received the card from this seller tested whether it can be filled to 64gb and what the speed are like using a benchmarking utility like crystaldiskmark or ATTO?

i take it you haven't read the first page of comments :)

I did, what I'm wondering about is fairly specific though, those things weren't mentioned in any of the comments. The atto benchmark in the thread is one that's on the auction page itself?
#38
http://i.imgur.com/eqFzYnG.png

Testing this in my tablet now, it's faster than my sandisk ultra 64gb that i paid £27 for :)

This drive seems to be legit, I've filled it over halfway now and it's fast (for a microSD)

Edited By: Voodle on Jun 26, 2014 18:51: updating to a better picture!

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