A good quality Toshiba 64GB Micro SD Card £17.79 - to collect instore at Halfords.
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A good quality Toshiba 64GB Micro SD Card £17.79 - to collect instore at Halfords.

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Found 6th Dec
I managed to also use my bc card for an extra 10% off.
Toshiba 64GB Micro SD CardCapture your life in 4K or full HD on an applicable smartphone, tablet or sports or still camera with the Toshiba 64GB Micro SD Card is perfect for 4K videos, this will ensure trouble free uninterrupted GoPro recording. It's built specifically for video recording & rapid photography capture. It's water resistant, shockproof & x-ray proof, which, makes it perfect for documenting your outdoor life. This also supports UHS l speed class U3 for 4K video recording & playback.Supplied with full size SD adapter to enable use in all standard SD devices or easy transfer to other SD devices.
Toshiba 64GB Micro SD Card Extra Info
  • Write speed of 60MBS 140 Min record time when set to 4K
  • 5 year warranty
Please note - only suitable for Action Cameras

39 Comments

Good price

Thanks

Would it work with dashcam? Good price voted hot

Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash cam and a phone.

Wadadli_Cooler1 m ago

Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash …Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash cam and a phone.



I have this card in my mavic pro recording at 4k, no problem.

Deedie7 m ago

I have this card in my mavic pro recording at 4k, no problem.


think your mavic writes at under 10MB/s so would hope so - unless they have upped the bitrates significantly


good price op - voted hot
(would personally pay an extra quid for my own deal though, but you can use cycle card thing i guess there so price difference bigger for you)
Edited by: "brilly" 6th Dec

brilly3 m ago

think your mavic writes at under 10MB/s so would hope so - unless they …think your mavic writes at under 10MB/s so would hope so - unless they have upped the bitrates significantlygood price op - voted hot (would personally pay an extra quid for my own deal though, but you can use cycle card thing i guess there so price difference bigger for you)


Is that better to this? I have reserved this and the Samsung sd card is on the way to be delivered. Looking to use in Samsung s8.

Not too sure if it would be any good in high bitrate 4k camera's like the yi 4K+. Not a bad price for 64gb, but not a steal...

vassy111 m ago

Is that better to this? I have reserved this and the Samsung sd card is on …Is that better to this? I have reserved this and the Samsung sd card is on the way to be delivered. Looking to use in Samsung s8.


you got the samsung at a few pennies different to this didn't you? if so id keep that as its well known for having good speeds both sequential and random

the toshiba card is a bit harder to see as they also had a really slow version so finding speeds is a bit more confusing
ones i have seen elsewhere have been pretty slow but i am (sort of) sure people have posted speeds from their own cards within this site and they seemed good

edit: heres a post by publix so blame them if wrong
hotukdeals.com/com…315
the samsung may be a bit slower than the one there are the one publix used is 256gb and bigger are sometimes faster
Edited by: "brilly" 6th Dec

Wadadli_Cooler22 m ago

Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash …Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash cam and a phone.


Are you kidding? It's a UHS-I / U3 card which means a sustained write speed of at least 30MB/s. That puts it among the fastest microSD cards currently available. It will be fine for 4k video, action cams, digital cameras, phones, dashcams, Nintendo Switchs... Most of those devices won't even support the speed this card is capable of (but of course they'll still work fine with it).

I use this in my Pany GX80 and have no issues capturing images in the 60fps 4k burst mode or 4k video.

Cheers op, bought 2 for a mate

Curlynob1 h, 10 m ago

Are you kidding? It's a UHS-I / U3 card which means a sustained write …Are you kidding? It's a UHS-I / U3 card which means a sustained write speed of at least 30MB/s. That puts it among the fastest microSD cards currently available. It will be fine for 4k video, action cams, digital cameras, phones, dashcams, Nintendo Switchs... Most of those devices won't even support the speed this card is capable of (but of course they'll still work fine with it).


Quote: techadvisor.co.uk
"Write speeds weren't so good. The card couldn't quite reach 18MB/s, and was even slower in the basic sequential test at only 10.9MB/s, barely scraping over the minimum required for a Class 10 card."

If the minimum sequential write speed isn't 30MB/s it shouldn't have a U3 logo on it.

sdcard.org/dev…ss/

Does anyone know if this is Nintendo switch compatible as I've just bought WWE 2k18 and I think I need a memory card.

Not available in my area for some reason anyway, so....

Wadadli_Cooler3 h, 9 m ago

Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash …Write speeds arn' t so good for this card. Should be adequate for a dash cam and a phone.



Curlynob2 h, 46 m ago

Are you kidding? It's a UHS-I / U3 card which means a sustained write …Are you kidding? It's a UHS-I / U3 card which means a sustained write speed of at least 30MB/s. That puts it among the fastest microSD cards currently available. It will be fine for 4k video, action cams, digital cameras, phones, dashcams, Nintendo Switchs... Most of those devices won't even support the speed this card is capable of (but of course they'll still work fine with it).



vassy12 h, 57 m ago

Is that better to this? I have reserved this and the Samsung sd card is on …Is that better to this? I have reserved this and the Samsung sd card is on the way to be delivered. Looking to use in Samsung s8.


Toshiba Exceria Versus Samsung Evo Plus.
(Open image in new tab to view)

32657740-mK9QS.jpgI'd go for the Samsung:

As for Dash Cams -
Car Cam Central explains the techno babble physical card characteristics you need to consider for sustained extended period writes capability here:
Edited by: "Publix" 6th Dec

Wadadli_Cooler2 h, 17 m ago

Quote: techadvisor.co.uk "Write speeds weren't so good. The card couldn't …Quote: techadvisor.co.uk "Write speeds weren't so good. The card couldn't quite reach 18MB/s, and was even slower in the basic sequential test at only 10.9MB/s, barely scraping over the minimum required for a Class 10 card."



Try reading the whole article in future

"These have all now been updated to x02 models"

This card is model number M302 which is a U3 card, that article is for model number M301 which is U1 card.

techadvisor.co.uk/tes…45/

I have two of these and they perform to their rating.
Edited by: "4Real2016" 6th Dec

Publix31 m ago

Toshiba Exceria Versus Samsung Evo Plus.(Open image in new tab to …Toshiba Exceria Versus Samsung Evo Plus.(Open image in new tab to view)[Image] I'd go for the Samsung:As for Dash Cams - Car Cam Central explains the techno babble physical card characteristics you need to consider for sustained extended period writes capability here:SD Cards We Recommend for Dash Cameras


Thanks

Publix46 m ago

Toshiba Exceria Versus Samsung Evo Plus.(Open image in new tab to …Toshiba Exceria Versus Samsung Evo Plus.(Open image in new tab to view)[Image] I'd go for the Samsung:As for Dash Cams - Car Cam Central explains the techno babble physical card characteristics you need to consider for sustained extended period writes capability here:SD Cards We Recommend for Dash Cameras



Larger capacity cards are faster than lower capacity, a Samsung Evo Plus 64GB will have slower write speed than Samsung Evo Plus 256GB from your screen shot.

Probably still faster than the Toshiba card, just not as fast as the 256GB.
Edited by: "4Real2016" 6th Dec

abk18911 h, 51 m ago

Does anyone know if this is Nintendo switch compatible as I've just bought …Does anyone know if this is Nintendo switch compatible as I've just bought WWE 2k18 and I think I need a memory card.


Yes it is.

I've just been and collected one of these deals after reserving it. I wasn't given the Toshiba, instead I received a SanDisk v30 64gb. Which one is better?
32658799.jpgAlso just seen the same card is ~£34 in amazon
Edited by: "nick_majid-11014455073659" 6th Dec

nick_majid-1101445507365922 m ago

I've just been and collected one of these deals after reserving it. I …I've just been and collected one of these deals after reserving it. I wasn't given the Toshiba, instead I received a SanDisk v30 64gb. Which one is better?[Image] Also just seen the same card is ~£34 in amazon


hah - the one you got is much better

I also got the Sandisk extreme packaged as next base...
When I collected

brilly49 m ago

hah - the one you got is much better



Not really, Toshiba and Sandisk are in this together

nick_majid-110144550736592 h, 19 m ago

I've just been and collected one of these deals after reserving it. I …I've just been and collected one of these deals after reserving it. I wasn't given the Toshiba, instead I received a SanDisk v30 64gb. Which one is better?[Image] Also just seen the same card is ~£34 in amazon


Buy more - that's a SanDisk Extreme ... Did they have their brains in gear in that branch? Which branch was it? I'll get in the car.

A SanDisk Extreme 64GB for £17.79 - Have to vote this hot hot hot.
Edited by: "Publix" 6th Dec

4Real20161 h, 22 m ago

Not really, Toshiba and Sandisk are in this together


irrelevant to the differing performances of the cards

...and they are not buddies
Edited by: "brilly" 6th Dec

brilly1 h, 4 m ago

irrelevant to the differing performances of the cards...and they are not …irrelevant to the differing performances of the cards...and they are not buddies



So they develop and manufacture NAND products including SD cards together in the same building and that's irrelevant, ok.

Original Poster

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Publix1 h, 30 m ago

Buy more - that's a SanDisk Extreme ... Did they have their brains in gear …Buy more - that's a SanDisk Extreme ... Did they have their brains in gear in that branch? Which branch was it? I'll get in the car. A SanDisk Extreme 64GB for £17.79 - Have to vote this hot hot hot.

That's what Huddersfield gave me also but they have sold out now.

4Real201613 m ago

So they develop and manufacture NAND products including SD cards together …So they develop and manufacture NAND products including SD cards together in the same building and that's irrelevant, ok.


ah so the toshiba n302 i the same as sandisk ultra is the same as sandisk extreme is the same as the sandisk extreme pro - got it

Picked one up today from Halfords netherfield (Notts) and have been using it in my Fuji X-A10 all day shooting full HD video and beautiful shots - no issues at all! Heat from me!

Anyone clued up as to whether this card would be suitable for use with a GoPro 6 please? The suggested card is Micro SDHC 32GB Lexar Class 10 1000X 150MB/...Which means NOTHING to me.

another sandisk extreme here

none at my local for pick up but have some heat.

jellybeans125 h, 9 m ago

Anyone clued up as to whether this card would be suitable for use with a …Anyone clued up as to whether this card would be suitable for use with a GoPro 6 please? The suggested card is Micro SDHC 32GB Lexar Class 10 1000X 150MB/...Which means NOTHING to me.



very capable but write speed I think is limited to about 30MB/s I would suggest a Samsung evo with over 60mb/s write speed : mymemory.co.uk/sam…ins

the Lexar is not in the uk market yet but write speed is around 50mb/s. Also very expensive

miaomiaobaubau19 h, 5 m ago

very capable but write speed I think is limited to about 30MB/s I would …very capable but write speed I think is limited to about 30MB/s I would suggest a Samsung evo with over 60mb/s write speed : https://www.mymemory.co.uk/samsung-64gb-evo-plus-micro-sd-card-sdxc-adapter-100mb-s.html?source=Webgainsthe Lexar is not in the uk market yet but write speed is around 50mb/s. Also very expensive


I actually meant the Lexar 64GB. Ordered one here.

Yours is a great fiind. Thanks so much for sharing. Greatly appreciated.

DH has been watching re-re-reruns of Last of the Summer Wine and now decided he wants to start filming all sorts. Hence all my queries being GoPro based at mo.

jellybeans126 h, 17 m ago

I actually meant the Lexar 64GB. Ordered one here. Yours is a great …I actually meant the Lexar 64GB. Ordered one here. Yours is a great fiind. Thanks so much for sharing. Greatly appreciated. DH has been watching re-re-reruns of Last of the Summer Wine and now decided he wants to start filming all sorts. Hence all my queries being GoPro based at mo.



great, it is actually an UHS-2 class card and therefore will always downgrade to your device class which must be UHS-1. I do not think there are any devices that support UHS-2 yet, should not make any difference as it will definitely take advantage of the full writing speed of this card. The adaptor should help with the max speed read of 150mb/s when tranferring on the pc

mb0216th Dec

T That's what Huddersfield gave me also but they have sold out now.


Just picked up mine from Ealing Broadway & guess what? It's a 64GB SanDisk Extreme for £17.79
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