Samsung EVO Plus Micro SD U3 128GB Class 10 100M/S Card £38.48 @ DX
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Samsung EVO Plus Micro SD U3 128GB Class 10 100M/S Card £38.48 @ DX

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Found 9th JanEdited by:"Dysanovic"
I've been looking for a 128GB U3 Micro SD card for less than £40 for a while and this looks like a good deal!

Update 13/01/18 : DX are now classing this item as a MVP (Most Valuable Product) and have reduced the price to £37.55.
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Is this retailer based in uk?
kidrock12329 m ago

Is this retailer based in uk?


No, DX are like the old Gearbest. Deal should come with a warning
Trust me OP, it's not
ooo, a chinese retailer selling a memory card thats well below the normal cost. thats not going to be fake is it
bouncy991 h, 5 m ago

ooo, a chinese retailer selling a memory card thats well below the normal …ooo, a chinese retailer selling a memory card thats well below the normal cost. thats not going to be fake is it


It's £43.28 on Amazon, so it's not well below normal cost. Reviews on DX are very good so no reason to believe that it's is fake. I've had good experiences with previous purchases from DX.
Just buy it from Amazon. Some things are fine to buy from DX, Banggood, etc. Memory cards and flash drives are totally not one of them...

For the sake of £4 difference and not waiting weeks, it's an obvious choice to me. Plus if you get it from Amazon and are a business, you'll be able to reclaim the VAT, whereas with DX, there's probably no VAT paid.
For £40 you can buy a class 10 U3 128gb Microsd card from a UK supplier with definitely genuine products novatech.co.uk/pro…rd/
Can anyone tell me if this will work in a Samsung Galaxy S3? The phone is so old now that I'm not sure it will. ..
yzayasf46 m ago

Can anyone tell me if this will work in a Samsung Galaxy S3? The phone is …Can anyone tell me if this will work in a Samsung Galaxy S3? The phone is so old now that I'm not sure it will. ..



i cant tell if you are being serious or not? If you are this may help
Dysanovic3 h, 44 m ago

It's £43.28 on Amazon, so it's not well below normal cost. Reviews on DX …It's £43.28 on Amazon, so it's not well below normal cost. Reviews on DX are very good so no reason to believe that it's is fake. I've had good experiences with previous purchases from DX.



ok, below the normal cost. its still a chinese retailer, and its still a memory card, and there are so many instances of fakes coming from china
haha! small savings for chance of fake card delivered at snail pace...

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bouncy999 h, 2 m ago

ok, below the normal cost. its still a chinese retailer, and its still a …ok, below the normal cost. its still a chinese retailer, and its still a memory card, and there are so many instances of fakes coming from china


True, but luckily I've avoided fakes so far. @fiqqer has posted a good deal for a 128gb Toshiba u3 card. Might go for that instead. Basically I don't want to pay more than £40,even though I obviously could.
fiqqer10 h, 22 m ago

For £40 you can buy a class 10 U3 128gb Microsd card from a UK supplier …For £40 you can buy a class 10 U3 128gb Microsd card from a UK supplier with definitely genuine products https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/digitalcameras/cameramemory/microsdcard/


That looks good!
Just checked, you can buy 128gb class 10 SD cards from Cex for £25..?

EDIT: £30. The £25 are the bigger ones

EDIT: £25! Whoops. uk.webuy.com/pro…136
Edited by: "Master201" 10th Jan
Master2011 h, 9 m ago

Just checked, you can buy 128gb class 10 SD cards from Cex for £25..?EDIT: …Just checked, you can buy 128gb class 10 SD cards from Cex for £25..?EDIT: £30. The £25 are the bigger onesEDIT: £25! Whoops. https://uk.webuy.com/product.php?sku=619659150136#.WlaQXahl9PY


Yes but they aren't U3 class, so not as fast.
Master20111 h, 20 m ago

Just checked, you can buy 128gb class 10 SD cards from Cex for £25..?EDIT: …Just checked, you can buy 128gb class 10 SD cards from Cex for £25..?EDIT: £30. The £25 are the bigger onesEDIT: £25! Whoops. https://uk.webuy.com/product.php?sku=619659150136#.WlaQXahl9PY



if its from cex, is it second hand? do you really want to buy second hand storage that has a finite lifespan?
bouncy993 h, 34 m ago

if its from cex, is it second hand? do you really want to buy second hand …if its from cex, is it second hand? do you really want to buy second hand storage that has a finite lifespan?


It has a long-enough lifetime and they just accept anything returned if it goes faulty (don't even check/can't be bothered to check - same thing). With CeX the biggest risk would be getting a reprogrammed card - had that issue before too...
plewis0023 m ago

It has a long-enough lifetime and they just accept anything returned if it …It has a long-enough lifetime and they just accept anything returned if it goes faulty (don't even check/can't be bothered to check - same thing). With CeX the biggest risk would be getting a reprogrammed card - had that issue before too...



i think the biggest risk, is losing treasured moments, taking pictures on a card, that later turns out be corrupting your images because its worn out.
bouncy9913 m ago

i think the biggest risk, is losing treasured moments, taking pictures on …i think the biggest risk, is losing treasured moments, taking pictures on a card, that later turns out be corrupting your images because its worn out.


That’s not how memory cards work. When they fail they become read-only (broadly speaking) and even a used card is not really more likely to succumb to that than a new one as the total writes are so low.

And I don’t want to be a dick but if they are really treasured moments and you haven’t taken additional precautions (Google Photos is free for starters) then you’ve kind of sealed your own fate - as if the only copy was kept on the phone, theft or loss would be equally as dangerous
plewis0011 m ago

That’s not how memory cards work. When they fail they become read-only ( …That’s not how memory cards work. When they fail they become read-only (broadly speaking) and even a used card is not really more likely to succumb to that than a new one as the total writes are so low.And I don’t want to be a dick but if they are really treasured moments and you haven’t taken additional precautions (Google Photos is free for starters) then you’ve kind of sealed your own fate - as if the only copy was kept on the phone, theft or loss would be equally as dangerous



bare in mind, the sort of person buying a used sd card from cex, is the sort of person who is probably not going to be particularly tech savvy, and know about what you have mentioned. That doesn't make their "treasured meoments" any less precious.
bouncy991 h, 58 m ago

bare in mind, the sort of person buying a used sd card from cex, is the …bare in mind, the sort of person buying a used sd card from cex, is the sort of person who is probably not going to be particularly tech savvy, and know about what you have mentioned. That doesn't make their "treasured meoments" any less precious.


My mum isn’t particularly tech savvy but still understands signing into Google or iCloud to organise the backup (it’s automatic, one-click stuff). My point is, your treasured moments can’t be that treasured if you’re relying on a single point of failure, whether that’s a £1000 phone or a cheap £40 one with an SD slot or just a writable disc. If they’re really not tech savvy, would they even understand what an SD card is

And I would disagree, the kind of person buying from CeX is the opposite - probably slightly more clued up than someone who just goes to Amazon for every single item.
A memory card is hardly like a mechanical HDD, in theory there is no reason it shouldn't last for ever......it has no moving parts. As has been said before a used card would have no greater chance of failing than a new one it's all just dumb luck and obviously a degree of care taken with the card plays a role
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