(mymemory.co.uk) MicroSD INTEGRAL 128GB MICRO SDXC CARD FOR SMARTPHONE AND TABLET UHS-I U1 - 80MB/S [£18.99 with VUB5 code] FREE delivery - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
314Expired

(mymemory.co.uk) MicroSD INTEGRAL 128GB MICRO SDXC CARD FOR SMARTPHONE AND TABLET UHS-I U1 - 80MB/S [£18.99 with VUB5 code] FREE delivery

£18.99 @ MyMemory
£18.99 with VUB5 code (thanks to BubaMan for spotting) The Integral microSDXC with Class 10 specification perform at up to  80MB/s transfer speed* and are designed to be used where fast memory  … Read More
MadBob Avatar
7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
£18.99 with VUB5 code (thanks to BubaMan for spotting)

The Integral microSDXC with Class 10 specification perform at up to 

80MB/s transfer speed* and are designed to be used where fast memory 

cards are crucial to capture high resolution images and to shoot Full HD 

video.

Key Features

- Store more apps, images, music, games, video and movies on your smartphone and tablet PC than ever before 

- Performance tested with Android and Windows smartphones

- Works brilliantly with the latest HD smartphones and tablets 

- Ensures smooth video capture even at Full HD (1920 x 1080p) 

- Up to 80MB/s transfer speed* 

- MicroSDHC/XC Class 10 

- UHS-I, Class 1 specification 

- SD Adapter included 

- 5 year manufacturer warranty 

Moved to computers

- mixmixi
More From MyMemory:

All Comments

(21) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
£18.99 with VUB5 code :)
#2
if only I had seen the code before buying it myself :-D

Edited By: MadBob on Oct 03, 2016 13:42: it
#3
Thanks, I saw the 19.99 mymemory deal and was going to bite later.
Whats the code about? How do I get these critters?
Cheers.
#4
MadBob
if only I had seen the code before buying it myself :-D
You could probably cancel the order... if it's worth a quid for the effort ;)
#5
davening
Thanks, I saw the 19.99 mymemory deal and was going to bite later.
Whats the code about? How do I get these critters?
Cheers.
Enter "VUB5" in the box at checkout.
#6
Cheers, I saw the VUB5 but asked how these codes are sourced?
#7
Ordered ! No issue at all ....£18.99 ... ;)
1 Like #8
davening
Cheers, I saw the VUB5 but asked how these codes are sourced?
Just searched on the vouchers tab:)
#9
Good deal for a known brand Class 10 128GB microSDXC
Heat
#10
Nice the wife's been wanting a 128gb for her phone. Meanwhile my phone is limited to 64gb cards :/ Any one know if there's a good 64gb deal on of similar quality?
1 Like #11
Deetea
Nice the wife's been wanting a 128gb for her phone. Meanwhile my phone is limited to 64gb cards :/ Any one know if there's a good 64gb deal on of similar quality?

Have you tried 128GB in it?
#12
First time on here 128GB microSD card has broken the £20 barrier.
#13
Deetea
Nice the wife's been wanting a 128gb for her phone. Meanwhile my phone is limited to 64gb cards :/ Any one know if there's a good 64gb deal on of similar quality?


amazon ....SanDisk 64GB ... £12.99
2 Likes #14
Just a word of warning with these cards - they are prone to failing. I had in my S7 edge and it worked fine for a few weeks then it decided to corrupt and I lost hundreds of pictures and files. I formatted and it worked ok and then happened again (luckily everything was backed up this time) Sent it back for a refund and went with San-Disk.

I know SD cards can fail but this was ridiculous. Also seems to be a trend with these cards as per the reviews on Amazon.

Hopefully the people who have bought these cards wont fall into the same category as me and many others
#15
Ordered a card 2 weeks ago and still not had it!!
2 Likes #16
sploits
Just a word of warning with these cards - they are prone to failing. I had in my S7 edge and it worked fine for a few weeks then it decided to corrupt and I lost hundreds of pictures and files. I formatted and it worked ok and then happened again (luckily everything was backed up this time) Sent it back for a refund and went with San-Disk.

I know SD cards can fail but this was ridiculous. Also seems to be a trend with these cards as per the reviews on Amazon.

Hopefully the people who have bought these cards wont fall into the same category as me and many others


I've had the same problems with this card in my Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and Note 4. Corrupts every few weeks. Device stops reading it but if you pop it in your PC, everything is there. Only way around it is to reformat it before putting it in the device again. Think I'll also see if I can send it back and get a SanDisk. Never had a problem with them.
2 Likes #17
sploits
Just a word of warning with these cards - they are prone to failing. I had in my S7 edge and it worked fine for a few weeks then it decided to corrupt and I lost hundreds of pictures and files. I formatted and it worked ok and then happened again (luckily everything was backed up this time) Sent it back for a refund and went with San-Disk.
I know SD cards can fail but this was ridiculous. Also seems to be a trend with these cards as per the reviews on Amazon.
Hopefully the people who have bought these cards wont fall into the same category as me and many others

I have to agree with the quality of Sandisk cards. Been using some in my cameras for ages and have never skipped a beat yet They use not only top quality memory chips, but also class-leading controllers in their cards.
1 Like #18
You get what you pay for with Memory Cards. I've had one fail on me that was one of the cheaper brands and it's actually devastating.

Make sure you auto upload and backup your important files while out and about using this card. Handy for lots of replaceable stuff like music, mind you.
1 Like #19
BubaMan
£18.99 with VUB5 code :)

Thank you for the code
#20
he6rt6gr6m
You get what you pay for with Memory Cards. I've had one fail on me that was one of the cheaper brands and it's actually devastating.
Make sure you auto upload and backup your important files while out and about using this card. Handy for lots of replaceable stuff like music, mind you.

I would probably use it as a HD in my asus t100 netbook. But agree my sandisk in my phone hasn't failed ever and it would be awful to lose pictures! but my asus t100 will mainly have steam games and videos.
#21
hcc27
sploits
Just a word of warning with these cards - they are prone to failing. I had in my S7 edge and it worked fine for a few weeks then it decided to corrupt and I lost hundreds of pictures and files. I formatted and it worked ok and then happened again (luckily everything was backed up this time) Sent it back for a refund and went with San-Disk.
I know SD cards can fail but this was ridiculous. Also seems to be a trend with these cards as per the reviews on Amazon.
Hopefully the people who have bought these cards wont fall into the same category as me and many others
I have to agree with the quality of Sandisk cards. Been using some in my cameras for ages and have never skipped a beat yet They use not only top quality memory chips, but also class-leading controllers in their cards.

Sandisk definitely aren't the best in the business. Samsung are the ones to go for if you want bullet proof (micro SD) reliability...

I've had a modern 128GB Sandisk fail on me - so am now on Lexar and Samsung cards. There was also a big failure rate for 32GB/64GB Sandisk cards a few years back..

http://www.phonearena.com/news/SanDisk-says-it-produced-some-bad-32GB-and-64GB-microSD-cards_id40986

So yes, Samsung gets my vote.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!