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Samsung evo 32gb micro sd card with sd adapter £11.68 @ Amazon

£11.68 @ Amazon
Samsung evo class 10 32gb micro sd with sd adapter for £11.68, sold by Amazon themselves (not third party),should be free super saver delivery to as its over £10. Also they have the same card but w… Read More
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Samsung evo class 10 32gb micro sd with sd adapter for £11.68, sold by Amazon themselves (not third party),should be free super saver delivery to as its over £10.

Also they have the same card but without the adapter for the same price,just in case this one sells out.
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#1
Was £13 last night. So I ordered the £10 Kingston 32 GB card instead.
#3
Link says no adapter?
#4
rudeboyraz1
Link says no adapter?

For some strange reason it's changed,but the link I put put up last night did go to the correct card.

You can still select the one with the adapter from the list but is now £11.71

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Dec 29, 2014 10:26
#5
Just so you know and don't rush to get it, this has been the usual price for at least 2 months now, varies in pennies. Sometimes it is also cheaper to buy it with the adapter rather than without...not sure why!
So if it does go up in price wait till the next day and it'll no doubt go down again. :-)
#6
wotjam
Just so you know and don't rush to get it, this has been the usual price for at least 2 months now, varies in pennies. Sometimes it is also cheaper to buy it with the adapter rather than without...not sure why!
So if it does go up in price wait till the next day and it'll no doubt go down again. :-)

I thought I'd post the deal as only the night before it was showing as £19 for the same card sold by Amazon and there were cheaper ones but they were sold by a third party through Amazon so then you run the risk of it being fake.

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Dec 29, 2014 13:14
#7
Yep, £19 last night, £11 today, it's up and down everyday! Always around at the cheaper end at some point through the day though. And yes, I meant the Amazon ones, apart from they are cheaper I wouldn't go for a 3rd party for something like that. never know what you'll end up with!
#8
wotjam
Yep, £19 last night, £11 today, it's up and down everyday! Always around at the cheaper end at some point through the day though. And yes, I meant the Amazon ones, apart from they are cheaper I wouldn't go for a 3rd party for something like that. never know what you'll end up with!

Yeah I learnt the hard why when I purchased a supposed genuine card from a cheap seller on eBay and it failed on me within a few weeks.will never make that mistake again !

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Dec 29, 2014 15:55
#9
Ah bad one, sorry to hear that. It's good that the known companies are starting to do reasonable prices for this type of stuff now, least we can afford to go to them now rather than opting to risk it with unknown sellers. About time eh!
#10
wotjam
Ah bad one, sorry to hear that. It's good that the known companies are starting to do reasonable prices for this type of stuff now, least we can afford to go to them now rather than opting to risk it with unknown sellers. About time eh!

Yes there is no excuse now for people to go for unknown brands or dodgy eBay sellers.

thing is people will always try and save a few pence as the other day I tried to offer a member on here some advice that the card they were buying seemed a little too cheap and could be a copy but they didn't care and called me a moaner lol
#11
Oh dear, that's a shame. Some people don't like to be helped unfortunetly. I hope they don't get stung but they may find out the hard way.
I hope it didn't put you off offering advice again as not everyone is unappreciative, I for one would be very grateful if someone pointed out a potential money waster to me!
#12
wotjam
Oh dear, that's a shame. Some people don't like to be helped unfortunetly. I hope they don't get stung but they may find out the hard way.
I hope it didn't put you off offering advice again as not everyone is unappreciative, I for one would be very grateful if someone pointed out a potential money waster to me!

No it doesn't put me off,I always offer advice on many forums about many things and you can't make someone listen if they don't want to,and like I said to the guy who didn't want to listen,it's no skin off my nose if his card fails.
#13
That's good to hear. Some people are straight on the offence thinking you're trying to insult them or something!
#14
Expired,current link is for the varient without adapter.ther model with adapter is currently £13.
#15
Tequila
Expired,current link is for the varient without adapter.ther model with adapter is currently £13.

Showing as £11.68 still with adapter, £11.63 without from Amazon.
#16
Now £11.71...it changes every minute!
#17
Ordered. Thanks for the heads up, have some heat!!
#18
£14.12 now,
#19
£11.24 today (without adaptor though). good price

Edited By: Andwoo on Jan 19, 2015 13:14
#20
banned 1 Like #21
snappyfish
Technically you're wrong. The one you've linked to was posted 9 days ago. This one was posted 22 days ago.
1 Like #22
snappyfish

Your deal was posted after mine :p
#23
Biggunspaul
snappyfish

Your deal was posted after mine :p
Spam it then :) Prefer to pay less than double and get the 64mb via flubit (usually say they are rubbish)
#24
im planning on getting a go pro for holiday & wondered what 64gb card is recommend?
#25
Integral 32GB UltimaPro Micro SDHC Card 40MB/s Including Adapter - £9.85 @ MyMemory...

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/Integral/Integral-32GB-UltimaPro-Micro-SDHC-Card-40MB_s-Including-Adapter---Class-10-
#26
i bought 1 from Ebay this month for 10.99, same price as this now though.

Still great for so little money.
#27
Is this card fit for use in a galaxy s4?
Would like to know before buying please.
#28
Biggunspaul
snappyfish

Your deal was posted after mine :p

Technically your right. :)
#29
blueruby
Is this card fit for use in a galaxy s4?
Would like to know before buying please.

Yes
#30
anyone know if this would work with htc?
#31
porridge
im planning on getting a go pro for holiday & wondered what 64gb card is recommend?
evolution is fine for gopro silver. I'd get the pro if you want to do lots of burst shots with gopro black
#32
bought 2 for our moto e 's ..hope apps can be moved over easily
#33
£10.27 with flubit cracking price. My 32gb card just randomly stopped working in my phone lost all my data
#34
Samsung 32GB EVO microSD Memory Card Review (MB-MP32D)
http://www.storagereview.com/samsung_32gb_evo_microsd_memory_card_review_mbmp32d
#35
ian30
Samsung 32GB EVO microSD Memory Card Review (MB-MP32D)
http://www.storagereview.com/samsung_32gb_evo_microsd_memory_card_review_mbmp32d

I've been using this SD card in my galaxy note 4 since launch day of the phone and in my note 3 before that and it's been faultless and very fast.

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Jan 21, 2015 18:47
#36
don't pay more than £12 for these...I bought a couple of them few weeks back for £11.20 off amazon..Still not as good as Sandisk Ultra though but they are good.
#37
Is this any good for a canon 700d HD video?
#38
Axlebart
Is this any good for a canon 700d HD video?

If it's any help I record 4k video onto this card on a note 4 with no issues
#39
£10.10 through flubit! Hot!

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