16GB SDHC Trancend Card Class 10 £10.56 + £4.99 shipping  @ Amazon sold by Base.
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16GB SDHC Trancend Card Class 10 £10.56 + £4.99 shipping @ Amazon sold by Base.

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Found 18th Jun 2011Made hot 28th Jun 2011
Not sure of the performance of these cards but it's a well known brand.

Seems like a great price for 16GB. Read 20MB/sec write 16MB/sec.

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£15.40 delivered from mymemory on there, which is a good price imo

16 Gigabits? You meant 16GB. Obvious here but there are places where it's important to get it right!

Er, its £15.68 direct from Amazon. No need to use a Marketplace seller.

Picard123

Er, its £15.68 direct from Amazon. No need to use a Marketplace seller.


Except that it's cheaper...

Voted cold though, because I've just ordered 2 of these from MyMemory on Amazon this afternoon for £15.25 each. They're also £13.50 + £2 shipping = £15.50 from Stamford components, so this is only the third cheapest price I've seen today.

EDIT -
Sorry, can't seem to find them at MyMemory anymore, they must have sold out. But they're still available for £15.50 here -
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Edited by: "reddragon105" 28th Jun 2011

It' really naughty IMO to pretend to be charging £4.99 for shipping. The thing can't weigh much more than 20 grams! They'll not be sending it special delivery! Voted cold, it's an average price.

jasee

It' really naughty IMO to pretend to be charging £4.99 for shipping. The … It' really naughty IMO to pretend to be charging £4.99 for shipping. The thing can't weigh much more than 20 grams! They'll not be sending it special delivery! Voted cold, it's an average price.



they only make shipping expensive to recover the loss from the cheap pricing (naughty!). Better to get 2 8GB from my memory at £7.70 each with free shipping!

Xplicit

Better to get 2 8GB from my memory at £7.70 each with free shipping!



This would only make sense if it's for a device where the memory is easily accessible, not for phones.
Edited by: "sidtec" 29th Jun 2011

sidtec

This would only make sense if it's for a device where the memory is … This would only make sense if it's for a device where the memory is easily accessible, not for phones.

Phones don't take these though.

Voted cold as the 8gb entry for the same model card works out cheaper for 2 than this does and you don't end up with all your eggs in one basket.
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