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128GB Micro SD SDXC SanDisk Ultra Memory Card 100MB/s Class 10 - £13.89 at Picstop/ebay
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128GB Micro SD SDXC SanDisk Ultra Memory Card 100MB/s Class 10 - £13.89 at Picstop/ebay

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Posted 23rd Feb

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Good price for a great card.

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SpecificationTransfer speed: 100 MB/s
Albums (12 3.5-min MP3 songs): 320 Albums
Photos (13.75 Megapixel JPEG/AVG. file size 3.5 MB): 2400 Photos
Full HD video (1920x2108p) in minutes: 640 mins Full HD video
MicroSD card dimensions: 14.99 x 10.92 x 1.02 mm
Operating temperature: -25 to 85 degrees Celsius
Storage temperature: -40 to 85 degrees Celsius
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Buyers beware. Lots of fake cards on ebay. I have purchased good deals in the past only to find out they are fake. Just saying
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Is it the best price,
Not bad TBHW
Yes of course a whacking 6p
Buyers beware. Lots of fake cards on ebay. I have purchased good deals in the past only to find out they are fake. Just saying
BakerA123/02/2020 14:12

Buyers beware. Lots of fake cards on ebay. I have purchased good deals in …Buyers beware. Lots of fake cards on ebay. I have purchased good deals in the past only to find out they are fake. Just saying


This is picstop, not a dodgy seller
I remember when 128 gig cards dropped to this 12-13 quid price point, but there have been NO further decreases in the last year or so .
Seems like Class 10 means WRITE speed of 10Mb/sec.

If you are reading from the card, maybe it achieves 100Mb/sec?

"Transfer speed" is deliberately vague.

So know what you want this for to judge the speed.
6ixFoot123/02/2020 16:25

You can get a V3 rated card for less. These are slow


Hi, Are you able to provide a link?
These are pretty good cards. Generally it is recommended a Class 10 and above for GoPro and Nintendo Switch etc. Now that this is a U1 card that is even faster and for UHD recording it is recommended a U3 card. If you've got an older Digital SLR then the Class 10 will be fine (as they don't record in UHD) and the Switch will be fine with a Class 10. If you are recording on a smart device in UHD then go for a higher rating U card otherwise it might be a bit slow recording and playback.
Nothing wrong with PicStop, they are a reputable dealer and I've never received a dodgy card from them (which are easy to spot).
Here is a guide for the card speeds.
I always say go for legit branded cards for products, if you've just spent £200 on a Switch, or £500 on a smart phone then would you really slap in a really cheap unbranded SD card you've never heard of for a couple of quid less than a branded one like Sandisk, Sony, Lexar, Kingston or Fuji? Don't buy cards from any random seller as there are lots of fakes out there so just Google first to spot them.
I've had unbranded in the past and majority are really really bad!
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uksweetbargains24/02/2020 17:00

Hi, Are you able to provide a link?


Search for Transcend, a few deals were posted recently.
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