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SanDisk 8GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 2 - (Graded) £7.99 delivered @ Mymemory
SanDisk 8GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 2 - (Graded) £7.99 delivered @ Mymemory

SanDisk 8GB Micro SD (SDHC) Card - Class 2 - (Graded) £7.99 delivered @ Mymemory

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Best price ever for an 8GB micro SD card. Graded stock, so not in new packaging, but full 1 year guarantee.

Says class 2, but performance figures are well into class 6 territory.

Details
SanDisk microSDHC mobile memory cards are a popular way to store your music, videos, photos, games, files and applications on mobile phones with memory card slots.

- Seamless speed and performance with microSDHC - compatible devices
- Tested under the most extreme conditions
- 1 Year limited warranty
Warranty
1 Year
Tags
Class: Class 2
Read Speed: 15MB/s
Write Speed: 9MB/s
Product Code
SDM8192-RF

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Excellent - just bought along with some good value earphones also on MyMemory site. Thanks

Just bear in mind that any RMA's to Sandisk have to be sent to Czech Republic. I recently had one of these die on me and it wasn't worth sending it to have it replaced because of the postage costs. I won't be buying Sandisk again...

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jamesmhunt

Just bear in mind that any RMA's to Sandisk have to be sent to Czech … Just bear in mind that any RMA's to Sandisk have to be sent to Czech Republic. I recently had one of these die on me and it wasn't worth sending it to have it replaced because of the postage costs. I won't be buying Sandisk again...



Surprised to hear this, I think you have been very unlucky. I own several Sandisk cards and have never had a moments trouble with any of them. They have a reputation as one of the best. Presumably in the unlikely event that there is a problem with one of these, you would just get a refund from MyMemory....

Good deal

This really doesn't make sense.
Why would SanDisk mark this item as class 2 instead of class 6 if the speeds are as quoted (Read Speed: 15MB/s, Write Speed: 9MB/s).
After all, marketing it as Class 6 for this price would sell shift more units.

Original Poster

jazid

This really doesn't make sense.Why would SanDisk mark this item as class … This really doesn't make sense.Why would SanDisk mark this item as class 2 instead of class 6 if the speeds are as quoted (Read Speed: 15MB/s, Write Speed: 9MB/s). After all, marketing it as Class 6 for this price would sell shift more units.



I agree, but Sandisk seem to rate their cards very conservatively as a matter of policy.

I've got a 'class 4' Sansisk card, which I have tested and gives 14MB/s write speed and 16MB/s read speed, when the 'required minimum' for class 4 is just 4Mb/s.

Don't forget 4% Quidco.

Does 'graded' definitely just refer to the packaging (as per OP), or does it also refer to the card itself (as per post #6)?

Original Poster

Sweetchuck

Does 'graded' definitely just refer to the packaging (as per OP), or does … Does 'graded' definitely just refer to the packaging (as per OP), or does it also refer to the card itself (as per post #6)?



Copy of the 'online chat' I just had with Mymemory:

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All operators are currently assisting others. Thanks for your patience. An operator will be with you shortly.
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You are now chatting with 'Scott'
Scott: Hello, welcome to MyMemory.
Scott: How may I help you today?
Andy: Hi Scott, I am interested in the Sandisk 8GB micro SDHC card, but wonder what 'graded' refers to? Is it just the packaging, or does it apply to the cards themselves?
Scott: that means its a reformatted card
Andy: Does that mean it is not new, then?
Scott: yes sir they are not brand new
Andy: ok, thanks. If there is any problem, would Mymemory issue a refund, or would I have to deal with Sandisk direct?
Scott: if found faulty we can issue a replacement or refund
Andy: ok, many thanks for your help.

So, customer returns, or similar, but fully guaranteed to be replaced or refunded by Mymemory if found to be in any way faulty.

Hope this helps.

Why would anyone return a Memory Card that wasn't faulty... wrong shade of grey maybe ?

Original Poster

zermattbusby

Why would anyone return a Memory Card that wasn't faulty... wrong shade … Why would anyone return a Memory Card that wasn't faulty... wrong shade of grey maybe ?



Apparently quite a number of the highly discerning and technically literate UK general public buy SDHC cards and then return them, not realising their device is only suitable for SD.....

any good for htc desire?

candi

any good for htc desire?



Perfecto

Mine's just arrived and it's faulty
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