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samsung evo uhs 1 class 10 64gb micro sd card £12.90 prime or £16.89 non prime @ Amazon

£12.90 @ Amazon
looking at other brands they're a tad more expensive a great company and great card cheapest 64gb card I could fine and considering I bought one for my s7 edge works a dream. comes with the official a… Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
looking at other brands they're a tad more expensive a great company and great card cheapest 64gb card I could fine and considering I bought one for my s7 edge works a dream. comes with the official adapter aswell prime:12.90 also frustration free packaging.
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
For those without Prime these are £14.99 with free P&P from MobyMemory
#2
corred1964
For those without Prime these are £14.99 with free P&P from MobyMemory


still surprisingly cheap.
#3
£12.99 or £12.88 without adapter delivered from picstop ebay store
1 Like #4
This is of the few brand/spec combination that works for DJI Phantom 3 drones in 64GB size.
#5
mubashar
This is of the few brand/spec combination that works for DJI Phantom 3 drones in 64GB size.


Yeah heard it does work flawlessly
3 Likes #6
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...
2 Likes #7
tornado5528
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...
So in salesman talk I calculate the following:
- Lightning quick when working
- Lightning quick in failing
2 x Lightning Stats = "Up to 2 Times LIGHTNING SPEED!" :{
#8
bought one last week and didn't work in phone or PC,also used my free Amazon 10 pound from the audible trial,but when tried to return only offered the extra 2 pound in refund,fuming and not worth the hassle of returning for a poxy 2 quid!
1 Like #9
tornado5528
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...


I had a 32gb version for my Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 and it failed after a few months. Not sure if it was the card or Android OS. Hope people have more luck than I did with this
#10
Mine corrupted after 2 months of use, 5 year warrenty though. Paid the same for 32gb, hot.
1 Like #11
tornado5528
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...

same thing with me, had two failures in under six months of use... had one of the cards replaced by Samsung NL so far, can't find the safe place I put the other one....FFS!

Edited By: gtd65 on Aug 07, 2016 20:26: typos
#12
scroterot
tornado5528
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...


I had a 32gb version for my Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 and it failed after a few months. Not sure if it was the card or Android OS. Hope people have more luck than I did with this


What card do you recommend then?
I am after a good quality memory card
Any advice would be much appreciated cheers
2 Likes #13
docma
scroterot
tornado5528
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...


I had a 32gb version for my Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 and it failed after a few months. Not sure if it was the card or Android OS. Hope people have more luck than I did with this


What card do you recommend then?
I am after a good quality memory card
Any advice would be much appreciated cheers


I recommend this or a Kingston one I've never had problems though
#14
bought from eBay same problem I had experience I don't think I can't ever trust Class 10 not again I am not sure if they are not design for Galaxy Notes.
1 Like #15
128 GB card from same seller is £25, which is also a very good deal. Ordered one yesterday.
2 Likes #16
How is this 355,when most of comments are very -ve ??
#17
Thomablue
How is this 355,when most of comments are very -ve ??


it's just a minority with problems
#18
hamzarayaz
docma
scroterot
tornado5528
I've had two of these from Amazon (not marketplace) and both of them failed within 6 months in my Galaxy Note 3. When they worked, they were lightning quick, but when they failed they just became unusable, no matter how many time I reformatted them. Buyer Beware...


I had a 32gb version for my Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 and it failed after a few months. Not sure if it was the card or Android OS. Hope people have more luck than I did with this


What card do you recommend then?
I am after a good quality memory card
Any advice would be much appreciated cheers


I recommend this or a Kingston one I've never had problems though


Thanks
#19
I've had a few of the 32gb versions of these and I've had no problems they're all still going strong
banned#20
Eh, bought one earlier the week for £3.80 with the £10 Amazon credit so a bit more ain't gonna hurt.
#21
Thomablue
How is this 355,when most of comments are very -ve ??
especially considering this one is 40% cheaper for non-prime buyers

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-exceria-64gb-microsdxc-card-with-sd-adapter-9-99-base-2491574
#22
Mine were this price in US$ last year (US$13) at Best Buy in Florida...having 2 out of 3 fail, It really wasn't the bargain I'd hoped for....

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