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Sandisk 8GB Micro SDHC Memory Card £10.99 @ Play

dalecheesy Avatar
6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Seems like a good price for an 8 gig card but i think the RRP might have been slightly inflated. :) Bit of the description on the website:
Includes 5 years warranty
High storage capacity (8GB) for storing essential digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music and more Optimal speed and performance for microSDHC compatible devices
High Quality microSDHC card backed by 5 year limited warranty
Built to last, with an operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop

First posted deal so apologies if i've made any mistakes.
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#1
Not sure why the cold votes. Seems an excellent price to me. Hot!
#2
I wish 16gb's of these would fall.
#3
bah, reading through the comments only class 2 :(
#4
2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop...so this 0.1g card will feel like a 0.2kg weight has his you if it lands on you from 10ft?! surely that cant be true...wouldnt want it to land on you from 100ft or ul be a gonner!
#5
daveleebond
bah, reading through the comments only class 2 :(


zoombits.co.uk have transcend class 6 for £13.64 with code "spring15"

http://www.zoombits.co.uk/shop/transcend-8gb-micro-sdhc-class-6-memory-card/17869

more speed? more money!
#6
Class 4 card for the same price here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/696308/kingston-8gb-microsd-card-class-4-1
Still a good deal for this one too though, so heat/rep added

Edit
nevermind, my post got removed for being an amazon marketplace seller, my bad.
#7
does class / speed matter when using this in a sansa clip+ mp3 player?
#8
was thinking of getting one of these for a psp I just bought off ebay, after modding it.

To be used in one of them memory stick duo SD apapters.

Anyone know what the speed limit would be using those memory stick duo adapters, as not sure what sort of speeds they are meant to run as in comparison to class2, 4, 6 etc?
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#10
Hmm. It would reach terminal velocity by a 100 foot drop. I'd be tempted to say it would by a 10 foot drop too maybe?

benslatz
2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop...so this 0.1g card will feel like a 0.2kg weight has his you if it lands on you from 10ft?! surely that cant be true...wouldnt want it to land on you from 100ft or ul be a gonner!
#11
Niz
zoombits.co.uk have transcend class 6 for £13.64 with code "spring15"

http://www.zoombits.co.uk/shop/transcend-8gb-micro-sdhc-class-6-memory-card/17869

more speed? more money!


I've just used this code: 24offm

24% off :)

2 cards at £11.64 each :-D
#12
Niz
zoombits.co.uk have transcend class 6 for £13.64 with code "spring15"

http://www.zoombits.co.uk/shop/transcend-8gb-micro-sdhc-class-6-memory-card/17869

more speed? more money!


almost certain to be better codes about for zoombits - never seen a time below 20%s floating about try countdown20 , think has been working for months now
edit: as above use that one lol, or 24r4s or 24offs at r4i.co.uk

offtopic, 32gb sandisks can be had for 76quid each which is 'cheap' (70each if buy 2)
#13
Niz
zoombits.co.uk have transcend class 6 for £13.64 with code "spring15"

http://www.zoombits.co.uk/shop/transcend-8gb-micro-sdhc-class-6-memory-card/17869

more speed? more money!


R4i code "24offs" takes 24% off at R4i, zoombits and you can still get top cashback which would mean that there is only pennies difference between the price of the 2 cards.

Class 2 will be more than fast enough for an MP3 player the typical encoding rate is 192 kbps but will take longer to copy music on to the card so only a problem if you change your collection regularly and can't wait.
#14
TomT
I've just used this code: 24offm

24% off :)

2 cards at £11.64 each :-D


and one card comes to £12.20.

bought the same transcend card from Amazon for £13.99 last week but that one comes with an adapter as well.
#15
myOpinion2
R4i code "24offs" takes 24% off at R4i, zoombits and you can still get top cashback which would mean that there is only pennies difference between the price of the 2 cards.

Class 2 will be more than fast enough for an MP3 player the typical encoding rate is 192 kbps but will take longer to copy music on to the card so only a problem if you change your collection regularly and can't wait.

but then class doesn't really matter for transferring - its constant write operations it matters for.
sandisk class 4 average transfer used to be higher than transcend class 6 but will stutter at min speed at times.
anyone tried samsung class 6? expensive but may try with codes etc some time.
#16
http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/11540417/PNY-8GB-Micro-SD-Memory-Card/Product.html

Slightly cheaper different brand? (bought one the other day)
Unless the sandisk is better? haven't read into the technicals
#17
TomT
I've just used this code: 24offm

24% off :)

2 cards at £11.64 each :-D

nice one, I ignored the R4 one since i thought it was for R4 only. I ordered 2 8GB for PSP a while ago paid £12.10 each, think i used some easter codes. This is even better, and paying only a little more works out better than this play.com
#18
davidg_croydon
Not sure why the cold votes. Seems an excellent price to me. Hot!


because this cards been around this price for as long as i can remember ?
#19
Rizzy2darQ
http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/11540417/PNY-8GB-Micro-SD-Memory-Card/Product.html

Slightly cheaper different brand? (bought one the other day)
Unless the sandisk is better? haven't read into the technicals

Yeah Sandisk is better but thats not a bad price either

Pretty good price for a 8GB
#20
stezo2k
Yeah Sandisk is better but thats not a bad price either

Pretty good price for a 8GB



In what way is it better?
#21
Midnight Tboy
was thinking of getting one of these for a psp I just bought off ebay, after modding it.

To be used in one of them memory stick duo SD apapters.

Anyone know what the speed limit would be using those memory stick duo adapters, as not sure what sort of speeds they are meant to run as in comparison to class2, 4, 6 etc?


I don't if speed matters that much but all 3 cheap MicroSD cards I've thrown in my PSP work fine. There's a second of lag when it first reads the card, which I don't get from my M2 card in it's adapter but once that's done it seems to be just as fast.
But then again I don't do a whole lot of gaming and mine is mainly for video.

I don't like the Photofast CR5400 though, good idea but it's temperamental, I often couldn't format the cards it and just doesn't work as well as my single card adapter imo.
#22
Picked up a PNY (the best as far as I'm concerned) 8gb at Play months ago for a quid LESS.
So cold from me.
#23
Quickblood
I don't if speed matters that much but all 3 cheap MicroSD cards I've thrown in my PSP work fine. There's a second of lag when it first reads the card, which I don't get from my M2 card in it's adapter but once that's done it seems to be just as fast.
But then again I don't do a whole lot of gaming and mine is mainly for video.

I don't like the Photofast CR5400 though, good idea but it's temperamental, I often couldn't format the cards it and just doesn't work as well as my single card adapter imo.


cheers....

suspect that any speed will be enough then if works fine for video use.

Yeah I saw them CR5400 things too (if remember right thinking that its the dual slot thing) but was put off instantly when read the data is only readable when cards are inserted into the device (making it a pain for connecting to laptops for example when only get an SD card reader....aswell as the hassle of formatting them back afterwards etc....so waiting on the delivery of the single card one too :)
#24
stezo2k
Yeah Sandisk is better but thats not a bad price either

Pretty good price for a 8GB


Since when has SanDisk been "better" than PNY ?????
It's like saying Matsui is better than Toshiba.
#25
PhilK
Since when has SanDisk been "better" than PNY ?????
It's like saying Matsui is better than Toshiba.


Shows how easily people are taken in by advertising/ branding :roll:
#26
david1274
SanDisk is more well-known, so it must be better :roll:


Really ? To who ?
PNY is allied with Toshiba.
Is SanDisk Toshiba's size ?
#27
I know dude. look at my last post ;-)
1 Like #28
PhilK
Since when has SanDisk been "better" than PNY ?????
It's like saying Matsui is better than Toshiba.


My sandisk one from my phone works with my sansa clip mp3 whereas the PNY one doesnt, so i rekon sandisk is better for me...
#29
Might have to get this i need a card
#30
PNY is known to be a rubbish cheapo budget brand with 0 after sales support

it's a pc world linked brand says it all

Sandisk are one of the market leaders of memory cards and mp3 players
#31
C64
Sandisk are one of the market leaders of memory cards and mp3 players


I bought a Sandisk 16Gb USB memory stick for £16 at Tesco in their sale.

It lasted a couple of weeks.

I contacted Sandisk to arrange a replacement under their "2 Year Warranty" - they wanted me to send it to Czech Republic via tracked delivery - that would have cost me £7 (nearly 50% of the cost of the memory stick).

Sandisk are certainly a brand I'll be avoiding in the future.
#32
bbdom
I bought a Sandisk 16Gb USB memory stick for £16 at Tesco in their sale.

It lasted a couple of weeks.

I contacted Sandisk to arrange a replacement under their "2 Year Warranty" - they wanted me to send it to Czech Republic via tracked delivery - that would have cost me £7 (nearly 50% of the cost of the memory stick).

Sandisk are certainly a brand I'll be avoiding in the future.


tesco offer a years warranty on their electricals
#33
brilly
tesco offer a years warranty on their electricals


Not much good when they don't have anything in stock that they will replace it with. I needed a 16Gb memory stick and all they could offer me was a refund - their newer 16Gb sticks were almost twice the price.

They even moaned that I didn't have the orginal packaging it came in when I took it back.

Hey ho - £16 back in the bank - I'm making do with 2 x 8Gb sticks now.

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