Lots of Memory cards at cheap prices from £2.31 (32GB - £4.34, 128GB for £15.74) @ Amazon - add £3.99 P&P for non-Prime
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Lots of Memory cards at cheap prices from £2.31 (32GB - £4.34, 128GB for £15.74) @ Amazon - add £3.99 P&P for non-Prime

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Found 15th Apr
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why would you get this unkown brand SD card with zero classification instead of spending extra £1 for a sandisk?
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Original Poster
amazon.co.uk/s/r…-21

Check link for more offers of memory cards
Edited by: "klopikxda" 15th Apr
why would you get this unkown brand SD card with zero classification instead of spending extra £1 for a sandisk?
Weird all these cards seem branded for particular cameras but should work in any SD compatible device?

I'm guessing old stock they're trying to get rid out and also guessing that'll mean slow read/write speeds?

Details seem scarce so could be a great deal or could be terrible. Voted hot.
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I had only one card from this company and still going strong.
Not fastest card around but reliable so far ( I mean still working after a year of use).
I have found this:
reviewmeta.com/bra…ory
May be useful for some
Edited by: "klopikxda" 15th Apr
OpineDevine7 m ago

64gb for …64gb for £10.17https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00E0H1YNQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1523803489&sr=8-4π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=dsp+memory+64+gb&dpPl=1&dpID=41z72PFIIUL&ref=plSrch&th=1&psc=1



Great price I nearly ordered a couple but then remembered I have more memory cards in my gadget drawer than I will ever use!!!


The only thing I have that uses a full size SD card is my DSLR and I use an adapter for Micro cards for that.
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 15th Apr
Tempting but the lack of details make it a bit of a risk even at such a great price
OpineDevine21 m ago

64gb for …64gb for £10.17https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00E0H1YNQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1523803489&sr=8-4π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=dsp+memory+64+gb&dpPl=1&dpID=41z72PFIIUL&ref=plSrch&th=1&psc=1



64GB for £7.89
Looks like they are all full sized SD? I wouldn't mind giving them a go if they do any micro sds at good prices. Plus as they all seem to be supplied by Amazon there is no risk at all, you either get a working product or your money back.

Just run a full test with h2testw or similar once they arrive to confirm full capacity is usable, though I do that with literally every card I buy after having so many fakes on eBay....
I smell a scam.

Website = "Coming soon"

Contact details = webmail (a physical contact address is a legal requirement)

Non-geographic phone number, so it cannot be easily traced.

All this despite being registered in 2003!!!!

Someone has just bought a shell company and is about to scam a lot of people; I would be VERY wary of the poster, especially as they are claiming to have bought cards from this "firm"
Original Poster
funny... I have DSP branded card. Not bought directly from company
As mentioned before - ordered via Amazon - simply return for a full refund if not happy with card
Edited by: "klopikxda" 15th Apr
Supplied by Amazon, so unlikely to be a scam.
Original Poster
exactly. Also quite a lot of reviews on Amazon.de
Edited by: "klopikxda" 15th Apr
sion221 h, 4 m ago

why would you get this unkown brand SD card with zero classification …why would you get this unkown brand SD card with zero classification instead of spending extra £1 for a sandisk?


So, 128GB SanDisk card for £16.74. Where from?
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tyke2 m ago

So, 128GB SanDisk card for £16.74. Where from?


£15.74 Deal link
Gentle_Giant42 m ago

I smell a scam.Website = "Coming soon"Contact details = webmail (a …I smell a scam.Website = "Coming soon"Contact details = webmail (a physical contact address is a legal requirement)Non-geographic phone number, so it cannot be easily traced.All this despite being registered in 2003!!!!Someone has just bought a shell company and is about to scam a lot of people; I would be VERY wary of the poster, especially as they are claiming to have bought cards from this "firm"


Oh do leave off, supplied by amazon. Anyway the cards are real and more surprisingly they come retail packaged.

Btw I bought these after ALL the **** sandick cards i've bought turned out to be complete garbage (also bought from amazon so presumably not fake....)
Edited by: "Shengis" 15th Apr
Can you use these on those Yi Home Camera IP Camera?
Shengis1 h, 12 m ago

Oh do leave off, supplied by amazon. Anyway the cards are real and more …Oh do leave off, supplied by amazon. Anyway the cards are real and more surprisingly they come retail packaged.Btw I bought these after ALL the **** sandick cards i've bought turned out to be complete garbage (also bought from amazon so presumably not fake....)



If you are buying those Sandisk cards from a similarly dubious seller, then yes, they might be fake. Amazon isnt immune from sellers with fake products, I have had two expensive Samsung branded SD cards that turned out to be fake; sadly it wasnt until they stopped working that I discovered the real capacity, and by then Amazon didnt want to know.

TBH, Amazon are not dealing with dubious accounts very well; I have reported several accounts selling games, where the codes wont work, so the game as sold is useless; Amazons response is to send me adverts for similar games with out of date codes.
(Selling "Codemasters" versions of online games, Codemasters went bust years ago, and none of the games codes they produced are still honoured, even though several of the games are still going).

I have had better luck getting fake good removed from Ali Express......
Gentle_Giant21 m ago

If you are buying those Sandisk cards from a similarly dubious seller, …If you are buying those Sandisk cards from a similarly dubious seller, then yes, they might be fake. Amazon isnt immune from sellers with fake products, I have had two expensive Samsung branded SD cards that turned out to be fake; sadly it wasnt until they stopped working that I discovered the real capacity, and by then Amazon didnt want to know.TBH, Amazon are not dealing with dubious accounts very well; I have reported several accounts selling games, where the codes wont work, so the game as sold is useless; Amazons response is to send me adverts for similar games with out of date codes.(Selling "Codemasters" versions of online games, Codemasters went bust years ago, and none of the games codes they produced are still honoured, even though several of the games are still going).I have had better luck getting fake good removed from Ali Express......


You mean the tax dodging, outsourcing, workers' rights avoiding, Scamazon aren't entirely ethical?

I'm shocked.
BertieWusster47 m ago

You mean the tax dodging, outsourcing, workers' rights avoiding, Scamazon …You mean the tax dodging, outsourcing, workers' rights avoiding, Scamazon aren't entirely ethical?I'm shocked.



Quite; customer service started going out of the window when they overtook the high street for sales; the bigger they get, the worse it gets now; they have all the momentum they need to keep going and screw the customers.

Much the same way Ebay went over a decade ago, yet the punters still keep using them.
Why do I have to keep reporting Amazon posts that don't include P&P?
OpineDevine6 h, 3 m ago

64gb for …64gb for £10.17https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00E0H1YNQ/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1523803489&sr=8-4π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=dsp+memory+64+gb&dpPl=1&dpID=41z72PFIIUL&ref=plSrch&th=1&psc=1


£8.81 here...

amazon.co.uk/DSP…EUO
Managed to grab 128GB one before price went up. Thanks.
Gentle_Giant5 h, 28 m ago

I smell a scam.Website = "Coming soon"Contact details = webmail (a …I smell a scam.Website = "Coming soon"Contact details = webmail (a physical contact address is a legal requirement)Non-geographic phone number, so it cannot be easily traced.All this despite being registered in 2003!!!!Someone has just bought a shell company and is about to scam a lot of people; I would be VERY wary of the poster, especially as they are claiming to have bought cards from this "firm"


It’s Fullfilled by Amazon, which means that Amazon physically have the stock. You cannot make a listing active until amazon receive the item you are selling.
andysmoore25 m ago

It’s Fullfilled by Amazon, which means that Amazon physically have the s …It’s Fullfilled by Amazon, which means that Amazon physically have the stock. You cannot make a listing active until amazon receive the item you are selling.



Believe it or not, I know that. It doesnt mean the stock isnt fake capacity; especially (as someone else pointed out), they dont have the speed class specification anywhere to be seen.

For a shop with 4,000 product lines, they have exactly FOUR reviews, 1 each for 4 different memory cards, each of which is lower capacity and MUCH more expensive than this listing.
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LesD2 h, 53 m ago

Why do I have to keep reporting Amazon posts that don't include P&P?


I don't know?
But as its free postage if you have prime, don't see your problem. My local Tesco is 9 miles away from me, I don't expect in store deals to have fuel costs added on because I don't live over the road.
Gentle_Giant4 h, 58 m ago

Believe it or not, I know that. It doesnt mean the stock isnt fake …Believe it or not, I know that. It doesnt mean the stock isnt fake capacity; especially (as someone else pointed out), they dont have the speed class specification anywhere to be seen.For a shop with 4,000 product lines, they have exactly FOUR reviews, 1 each for 4 different memory cards, each of which is lower capacity and MUCH more expensive than this listing.


Ah right, if it’s a piece of crap then Amazon are pretty good, if not the best, at processing returns.
Gentle_Giant5 h, 4 m ago

Believe it or not, I know that. It doesnt mean the stock isnt fake …Believe it or not, I know that. It doesnt mean the stock isnt fake capacity; especially (as someone else pointed out), they dont have the speed class specification anywhere to be seen.For a shop with 4,000 product lines, they have exactly FOUR reviews, 1 each for 4 different memory cards, each of which is lower capacity and MUCH more expensive than this listing.


Have a look at them on German amazon. The reviews are mostly all 5/5.

amazon.de/DSP…ory
andysmoore4 h, 2 m ago

Have a look at them on German amazon. The reviews are mostly all 5/5. …Have a look at them on German amazon. The reviews are mostly all 5/5. https://www.amazon.de/DSP-Memory-Computer-Zubeh%C3%B6r/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A340843031%2Ck%3ADSP%20Memory



OK, now look at the PRICES AND CAPACITIES for those cards.
sion2216 h, 19 m ago

why would you get this unkown brand SD card with zero classification …why would you get this unkown brand SD card with zero classification instead of spending extra £1 for a sandisk?


You tell me?
Bought the 128GB version for £15. Received today.

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rev63 m ago

Bought the 128GB version for £15. Received today.[Image]


That considered good?
Toxiic17 s ago

That considered good?



Perfect
Gentle_Giant16th Apr

OK, now look at the PRICES AND CAPACITIES for those cards.


Not sure what point you were trying to make there. But well done.
andysmoore7 h, 27 m ago

Not sure what point you were trying to make there. But well done.



The advert was for 128GB cards for £15.74; yet the same seller wants ~£40 for a 16GB card; either the seller is an idiot, the account has been compromised, or the whole thing is a scam.

As others have pointed out, there are no "Class" denotations; that and the amateurish sticky labels on the cards (possibly covering up the genuine brand, size and class ratings), means that even if someone discovers they have a fake/defective card, they wont get a refund, because it meets the very vague spec given in the advert.

The above h2testw results actually look OK, but I would like to see what happens if that test is run repeatedly for 24 hours; I have had cards that passed h2testw with good results, that then died after a couple of days use.

As h2testw has made it very difficult for fake sellers to get away with re-labelling lo-cap cards, the current scam is to buy up cards that have failed quality control and resell them. (Stay away from any seller claiming h2testw doesnt work with their cards).

There have been a number of arrests in China in recent years, where gangs had bribed workers at the fabs to give them the duff cards, instead of sending them to landfill.

(My better half is Chinese, so I keep up with the local news reports that rarely leave China)


h2testw isnt a very catchy name, I wish the guy would come up with something better.
showing full price not 15,74
Gentle_Giant26th Apr

The advert was for 128GB cards for £15.74; yet the same seller wants ~£40 f …The advert was for 128GB cards for £15.74; yet the same seller wants ~£40 for a 16GB card; either the seller is an idiot, the account has been compromised, or the whole thing is a scam.As others have pointed out, there are no "Class" denotations; that and the amateurish sticky labels on the cards (possibly covering up the genuine brand, size and class ratings), means that even if someone discovers they have a fake/defective card, they wont get a refund, because it meets the very vague spec given in the advert.The above h2testw results actually look OK, but I would like to see what happens if that test is run repeatedly for 24 hours; I have had cards that passed h2testw with good results, that then died after a couple of days use.As h2testw has made it very difficult for fake sellers to get away with re-labelling lo-cap cards, the current scam is to buy up cards that have failed quality control and resell them. (Stay away from any seller claiming h2testw doesnt work with their cards).There have been a number of arrests in China in recent years, where gangs had bribed workers at the fabs to give them the duff cards, instead of sending them to landfill.(My better half is Chinese, so I keep up with the local news reports that rarely leave China)h2testw isnt a very catchy name, I wish the guy would come up with something better.


Thanks for that. Very informative.

I bought a 32gb card for £8. I’ve not tested it or anything yet. Forgot about it tbh.

Might test it later tonight.
For anyone interested. Finally tested the SD card. Speeds seem decent for the price. Just reliability to worry about...

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