32gb sandisk extreme (amazon) frustration-free packaging £14.99 (Prime) / £18.98 (non Prime)
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32gb sandisk extreme (amazon) frustration-free packaging £14.99 (Prime) / £18.98 (non Prime)

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Found 3rd Aug
I think this is the best price for this card at the moment. It's not a massive sale but may help someone.

7 Comments

Whilst I won't vote on the price, I will say I've just had one of these fail on me after 12 months of light use. Trying Toshiba as a recommended (U3) alternative.

gamblor1 h, 33 m ago

Whilst I won't vote on the price, I will say I've just had one of these …Whilst I won't vote on the price, I will say I've just had one of these fail on me after 12 months of light use. Trying Toshiba as a recommended (U3) alternative.


Date first available - 17 April 2017 but you had this card for 12 months ?...

It is a good price, every brand will have the odd memory card that will fail. In the last 6 to 7 years. I've never had a card fail.

But some devices aren't compatible, For example certain Nokia Lumia models have trouble with certain 32GB and 64GB cards of different brands.

For the most part always used SanDisk. Never had a problem!

A brand I do recommend. Lexar SD cards very good and compatible with pretty much everything. Even Nokia Lumias and Microsoft Lumias.

Heat added!

gamblor4 h, 56 m ago

Whilst I won't vote on the price, I will say I've just had one of these …Whilst I won't vote on the price, I will say I've just had one of these fail on me after 12 months of light use. Trying Toshiba as a recommended (U3) alternative.



last toshiba sd card i had, the label came off it and underneath was sandisk badging :O

pavel769 h, 29 m ago

Date first available - 17 April 2017 but you had this card for 12 months …Date first available - 17 April 2017 but you had this card for 12 months ?...

Sandisk 32gb U1 card. Fair enough sounds like must be a different iteration, my comment could frankly just be about my specific card for my model, but nonetheless was what I experienced. I have a Sandisk SSD too which I'm happy with, but thought I'd share an experience.

maddogb6 h, 7 m ago

last toshiba sd card i had, the label came off it and underneath was …last toshiba sd card i had, the label came off it and underneath was sandisk badging :O

Lol. May end up the same for me!

iMickeyT9 h, 12 m ago

It is a good price, every brand will have the odd memory card that will …It is a good price, every brand will have the odd memory card that will fail. In the last 6 to 7 years. I've never had a card fail.But some devices aren't compatible, For example certain Nokia Lumia models have trouble with certain 32GB and 64GB cards of different brands.For the most part always used SanDisk. Never had a problem!A brand I do recommend. Lexar SD cards very good and compatible with pretty much everything. Even Nokia Lumias and Microsoft Lumias.Heat added!

Yeah, I went with Sandisk originally due to my positive experience with the SSD, but sadly my SD experience want the same.
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