Lexar Professional 64gb 1000x reduced from £37.99 to £12.99 with USB 3 card reader at Amazon (Prime price or add £3.99)
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Lexar Professional 64gb 1000x reduced from £37.99 to £12.99 with USB 3 card reader at Amazon (Prime price or add £3.99)

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Found 27th Aug 2016
Bargain I think!, purchased for my go-pro4, actually purchased a couple!!!

Product Description
Quickly capture, play back, and transfer multimedia files, including HD, 3D, and 4K video. Includes microSD UHS-II USB 3.0 reader

Designed for your sports camcorder, tablet, or Smartphone, Lexar 1000x microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-II cards make it easy to quickly capture play back, and transfer 1080p full-HD, 3D, and 4K video, as well as the highest-quality movies, photos, and songs. The cards leverage UHS-II technology (UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)) to deliver high-speed performance up to 1000x (150MB/s).1 The cards also come with a microSD UHS-II USB 3.0 reader, allowing you to experience high-speed file transfer, right out of the box. 2 Cards also include a lifetime copy of downloadable Image Rescue software.

Box Contains
Lexar 64GB MicroSDHC UHS-II Class 10 Memory Card
Card Reader

10 Comments

Original Poster

go pro site says you need x1000 for 128gb, but reading reviews, they say that the battery will not last long enough for 64GB, so thought this is the best way to go
Edited by: "thepharmacist" 27th Aug 2016

Already posted.

must be but does not say USB3 reader

Original Poster

KiretoX

Already posted.




Hi could not see, when I posted could you guide me?

I only posted after someone else posted a 128gb deal, which I had looked at initially, but then realised might not work with my go pro4, hence then finding this deal, but did check HOTUKDEALS first.

Original Poster

bobo53

must be but does not say USB3 reader




hi in the description on the amazon website it does, but please check amazon.

Original Poster

Thank you for some adding the price increase for prime, I had forgotten !

Original Poster

have seen the other post, sorry guys, will try and expire, or if someone can help

It isn't £12.99 on my amazon...price is £35.27.. so this needs expiring..

Showing on Amazon at £35.27 for me (I have Prime)

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