I agree with what previous comments and Yes, exactly. Whatever the brand, it all depends upon the wear and tear while moving. Like I bought Vebatim 512gb for £7..+- a couple of years ago from Wish for my Surface. It worked perfectly for long time but as soon as I started moving it around or play with adaptor, finally it was killed in transit. Also, heating makes it vulnerable. So, If I buy I would buy this one for my camera only I would keep it fixed and use the camera itself for file transfers using cable. However, sometime it may not happen all the time. (y)
I'm assuming it's because of something to do along the lines of this ... A full SD card has no moving parts. But a MicroSD to full SD configuration' does ... On account of it's mandatory 'adapter option', etc. Potential physical, and/or mechanical errors with both the actual MicroSD to full SD 'combo', and/or potential temporary/permanent data loss on the memory card on account of the above same ... (The above error scenarios aren't ofcourse guaranteed to occur, or happen ofcourse, but the reality it, you never really actually know for sure basically?). But most people play the MicroSD to full SD Card 'game' on a regular!, lol, and no 'issues' whatsoever ... (so no big). :-D But as long as you're aware of what 'might' inevitably one Day happen however?, then ... That's all. :-)
Just ordered a couple for my new camera thanks OP 8)
Thanks just ordered a few cards.
What is the reason please? please dont tell me google it. lol
Voted hot! Not the best discount, but good price for 12 batteries and a charger.
512Gb in a micro SD??? wow. I would wait for Sandisk or samsung personally as Ive had data failing on other brands but for the price this is amazing
'I do try to keep up the modern world' the hammer & sickle indicate you're lying.
I do try to keep up the modern world, but £120 for something I can't see without my specs on? It's not even in colour!
There is always a tax added to these items for so called "early adopters" of the product. The price will come down after some time. I paid £126 for a Samsung 256gig but they are way cheaper now.
i prefer sellotape as can cut it off and use in 2 devices if i change my mind each to their own etc
How do you wire these from rear window to cigarette lighter at front of car?
No WiFi download to phone ?
Regards order this deal
I bought one similar from amazon this morning, same price..... It's was in the lightning deals
If you want to DIY you just need to work out the nearest switched live and whether you able to get to it. Personally I just run it down the side and across the underside of the footwell with a bit of clear glue, obviously trying to drop it behind the dash is more time consuming but certainly not difficult in most cars.
I bought 2 of these too, loooool (when they were a bit more expensive than that of now). Comments at the time suggested similar to that of what you were earlier suggesting too ... But to be honest, I'll be putting stuffs on there that won't need/require constant moving about with, or whatever?, lol. So for my usage purposes, I couldn't care less, hehehehe. I'm yet to use either of them too by the way. I wouldn't mind some form of feedback from someone who's actually got it too, but more importantly, they've actually used it also?. :-D
Hahahahahahahaha, your welcome. :-D
Copying over a 2.3gb mp4 file, it writes between 8.3 and 10.5 mbps. Copying the same file to a Corsair 64gb USB3 stick it writes at 135mbps. If you are happy to go and eat your dinner while copying files then this is the drive for you. If you want something quick use any other brand.
Have a couple of these. The read/write speeds are 25/25 for large files, so not the fastest but at the price it's good value and one of mine has been in daily use as a PVR for a good while now and is rock solid, recording 3 concurrent HD streams with ease. When people talk of USB 2.0 speeds, they all too often forget that value USB 2.0 sticks rarely come anywhere near good speeds either,so it's a daft comparison.
I've got the MyMemory one and although it's stated as USB 3, it's performance is comparable to my other USB 2 drives. Thought it was faulty at first and contacted MyMemory for a return, then realised it was the norm after seeing similar reviews on their site. Save the money and go for the PNY one instead.
Cheers op bought through quidco with 4% and £2.50 bonus (cheeky)
Answer here... https://www.mymemory.co.uk/integral-128gb-ultimapro-v30-premium-micro-sd-card-sdxc-uhs-i-u3-adapter-100mb-s.html
These MyMemory 'branded' MyMemory card's, what's the 'engine' under the hood?. Or who's the Company that makes it for them on their behalf etc etc etc basically? (is the real question I'm asking?). :-) Thanx.
same good speeds as Samsung and sandisk, good price
Most smartphones are 2500-3000mAh. Once you factor in charging inefficiency you'll be lucky to get half a charge out of this.
Thought it was 20000mAh for a split second,thinking that what all the heat was for. (annoyed) at 2000mAh,it wont fully charge most smart phones that have been released past couple of years will it? And tablets tend to have bigger batteries.
Cold - poundland do these for £2 Search "Inside the new Poundland Power-geek 2200mAh power bank." for an electronic teardown by bigclive on YT
Cold - it's a bit expensive for the capacity... £1 gets you 1200mAh, £2 will get you 2400mAh in most pound stores...
Well funnily enough MyMemory is a tier 1 site and always on HUKD. I've bought loads of stuff from them as Hot UK deals. If what they're selling isn't up to par then they'll happily refund you. I say this having spoken to their staff in their London offices earlier today. I bought this myself, think its a fab deal from a great seller and I'm sharing it to help others. I can't imagine they'll last too long at this price. Best of luck if you buy one.
Got the Enacfire E19 earbuds from Amazon, they also have the E18 version. Paid £33 reduced from £49. I am happy with the purchase, they seem quite neat and well made. The reviews show 4.5 stars, about 300-400 reviews as far as I am aware.
Any recommendations for these sort of things up to £50 or so? https://www.expertreviews.co.uk/headphones/1405724/best-cheap-budget-headphones-earphones-uk suggests https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F7QMYDL?&tag=experevi-21&ascsubtag=1405724 - any thoughts / experience?
Samsung gear iconX 2018 --- THE BEST ONE!!! I am happy with them a year now
bluetooth 4.0? are we back in the 90s or what?!
And to thinksome people pay £200 for similar
Looks like it, expired thanks
This seems to be £19.49 now. Expired?
No just The pigs will never catch them on foot - they're too fat.
The confirmation email for me was in the spam folder. I use gmail.
Sorry is there a code to enter as I see the price as £19.49??
Out of Stock
OOS now. Hovewer nice find.
Yeah sure, it could put a few off I suppose. However, Huawei announced record pre orders for the Pro in Western Europe, so it doesn’t seem like it’s an issue generally.
Expired - price gone up
But it’s also the reason some people won’t buy the Mate 20 pro. Just ask @sam_of_london
package deal. Both consoles, 20 games £9.99;)
Please link the switch version for £19.00. lol
AO sell em. £19.00(lol)
Sorry don't own a ps4. ;)
Looks a great deal, there's no issues like over heating with this are there?
Horrible terrible very not good drive, that
Samsung FIT. Same size as the Sandisk suggested by somebody else, but way better, faster and does not get hot. Paid about £20-25 for 128GB 2 years ago.
Hot! Got the fit version (no plus) years ago for about £25, it took me months to get it at that price. It is by far the best small flash drive I have, miles ahead of SanDisk. Does not get hot, speed is very good and did not let me down even once. Don't know how good is this one, but should be at least the same as mine. Great brand, reliable flash drive, very good price. Go for it, you will not find better.
true, i dont :p you say they DO show 23.99 - thats present tense which means it should show it now it doesn't so...
When AMAZON had it listed as £19.98 they had the regular price (i.e. £23.98) greyed out with a line through (i.e. the "normal" price they sell at). Anyway, you don't believe me so no point continuing with this. PS Can still be bought through Amazon from MyMemory at £19.99 for those who prefer.
tbh not sure you are looking right - as far as i can see amazon dont show ANY 'normal' price for this card they just show 23.69 - not any previous or rrp or anything they have sold it for 30.99 until oct 2018 so ... i am going to belive 3camels ;) 19.99 is the price ON amazon but not FROM amazon
Well camel x 3 have got it wrong then. It was £19.99, sold by Amazon, for at least 2 weeks up until the 3rd December, (as I'm sure people who used my link above at the time found out). BTW Amazon show £23.99 as the normal price, not £33.99 claimed by MyMemory.
camelcamel says 23.69 is lowest its been its been 19.99 3rd party since 28th nov
I also have this, in the garage it’s OK but I would not use it as a main device.
I have one of these and would not buy another. This is not as good as an echo and often appears deaf. Trying to set an alarm regularly gives and 'echo' message and you don't get a wake up in the morning. Powering off/on does not fix the problem. Other than the alarm and deafness you get Alexa functionality but o 'drop in' features. Overall at this price I would wait again for another Black Friday set of Amazon deals.
The eufy is OK but does not qualify for the £3.99 unlimited music deal.
I am sure Google mini is much better, in fact I think is better than the original Echo. This is for people who missed the Echo Dot deal, as a cheaper alternative. I have Alexa and I am not sure if I want to mix it with Google,perhaps it will not matter.
May because this product was posted before here and people are aware of this product? Or what else can be in d3scription? A speaker made by Anker who supports Alexa and is a cheaper alternative to Echo Dot? Apologies, if not clear.
So this is where elon musk's submarine went...
Wow, horrible! Maybe just explore a shallow pond with the sub!
My old diving instructor found a body in the 60's I think; before Scuba diving was even invented as a hobby! Him and his mate went diving in a quarry and saw what they thought was a shop manikin.. Then saw the arms and legs were bound with twine. (shock) Think eventually it led to a murder conviction. :| Anyway, yes, toy submarine. (y)
Out of stock :-(
Just go magnet fishing. Some chap "allegedly" even found a discarded Uzi 9mm in a London lock ;)
I strongly recommend a Syma s107g but may cost £12+
Oh, I see. Thnx 4 sharing (y) don't think I'll bother.
poor build compared to Syma. flying is not as smooth. seems you get what you pay for
How do u mean 'poor' :/
received order. very poor heli. syma's are much better helicopters
Ah, it probably was that. I mis-remembered. Even better ^^
Weird mine was £12.38 and yeah i agree glad they honoured it 8 of my 10 ordered have arrived so far (y)
Yes it would work great. If i had a switch of my own it's the card id choose.
Would this work well with a Nintendo Switch
OP .. they're currently now £19.98 each. :-D