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Samsung micro SD card 128 GB XC1 £24.00 Amazon Prime

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Had the 64GB version and had no problems.
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1 Like #1
TomLC

Had the 64GB version and had no problems.
Who had? Who didn't have problems?

Was one of those people Just? Just seems to be the only person who buys things in Britain.


Edited By: quidstretchy on Nov 21, 2016 18:19
#2
Good price.
#5

who said it was the same card? And a whole quid more? Is it worth even typing that bit!
3 Likes #6
riccom

who said it was the same card? And a whole quid more? Is it worth even typing that bit!


Why link it then?
1 Like #7
I'm a bit leery of Sandisk after my 64GB MicroSD SDXC (red/silver) card went dodgy on me (though they did replace it pretty quickly), went with Samsung more recently.

I've had a cheapo Integral MicroSD 32GB card that I've had since my first smartphone (6/7 years old?) - still going strong!
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riccom
who said it was the same card? And a whole quid more? Is it worth even typing that bit!
I suspect everybody who clicks on that link expecting it to be a better deal (or a previous discussion) would say it was worth typing something, yes.
#9
bargain
5 Likes #10
£21.83 Flubit for anyone who cares. Fireworks Direct.

Plus 11% Quidco cashback on Flubit orders would make it ~£19.40

Edited By: derp1664 on Nov 21, 2016 22:27: Quidco
#11
Beware of fakes!

As I have been dinged before, I went with the Toshiba Exceria M302 - it's £10 more but is U3 and has guaranteed 30mbs write and 90mbs read speeds perfect for regular data transfers.
3 Likes #12
I'd never choose SanDisk over Samsung. Every one on of my SanDisk cards have broken or have become corrupted.
1 Like #13
awesome buy. thanks op
#14
Great price, i was looking for a 256 GB card but cannot see any deals so this will do for now.Heat added.
#15
Grumpyoldhector
Beware of fakes!
As I have been dinged before, I went with the Toshiba Exceria M302 - it's £10 more but is U3 and has guaranteed 30mbs write and 90mbs read speeds perfect for regular data transfers.

It's in the standard packaging plus sold by Amazon. Unlikely chance it's fake tbh
1 Like #16
Great cards. I only use Samsung these days after having a Sandisk fail on me.
#17
for what its worth i go samsung micro sd and sandisk full size cards. not had as much luck with the inverse.
#18
What the odds of a good 128Gb card being under £20 on Black Friday?
1 Like #19
£24.99 how do i get for £24??
#20
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00V4BRF9S/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
1 Like #21
robertvan1
Great cards. I only use Samsung these days after having a Sandisk fail on me.
Same, after checking benchmarks, I see that Samsung an Transcend makes great SD cards. I have a 32GB one designed for 4K read/writes. It's very quick but I paid exactly this amount, £24.99.
1 Like #22
steve1221
What the odds of a good 128Gb card being under £20 on Black Friday?

See my post above you can get this one for £19.40
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Kevlar Engineer
£24.99 how do i get for £24??

https://m.popkey.co/325938/A5amp.gif
#25
Prosamuraiman
I'd never choose SanDisk over Samsung. Every one on of my SanDisk cards have broken or have become corrupted.

Yeah, same here. My Ultra card is locked into read only mode. Can't be written and can't even be formatted.
#26
People should also consider the Evo+ (or even Pro+) if they want faster write speeds:

http://www.storagereview.com/samsung_evo_and_pro_plus_memory_cards_announced
#27
I had a look at the 1* reviews on Amazon, as it often gives a useful indicator of reliability.

I was surprised at a number apparently claiming Amazon sold them a fake card (allegedly).
Difficult to believe.
Can their customers not tell the difference between Amazon & Amazon Marketplace (=third party retailer) ?
Or is there some substance to the allegations ?
#28
Great find! Will this work in the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0?
#29
I want to try to use a 128 micro SD card (or larger) to extend internal storage on my honour 8 . can't quite get my head round the speed I need it to operate at. any advice as to whether this micro SD card would be ok?
thanks in advance

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