SanDisk Extreme MicroSDHC 100MB/s A1 C10 V30 UHS-I U3 - 32GB £14.79 (64GB is £27.99) - PicStop
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SanDisk Extreme MicroSDHC 100MB/s A1 C10 V30 UHS-I U3 - 32GB £14.79 (64GB is £27.99) - PicStop

£14.79£19.99 26% PicStop Deals
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Edited by:"splender"Found 13th Dec 2017
This is using the UHS-I technology with U3 speed class, if you are after UHS-II technology then read my other deal post for the Lexar deal at £16.09 (also from Picstop).

64GB version of this Sandisk Extreme is here at Picstop £27.99 (£35.49 at Amazon)

They both transfer (Lexar and Sandisk) data at about the same speed using your computer and it in its memory card reader. The difference is when the interface between your device (camera, video recorder) and the memory card is UHS-I or UHS-II in real transfer (not laboratory tests).

Amazon price £19.99
Mymemory price £29.99 for a pack of 2 (works out £15 each)

5 Comments

Sure I saw this memory card at £18 getting heat

Original Poster

6ixFoot124 m ago

Sure I saw this memory card at £18 getting heat



That's how it goes, abnormal as it seems
Edited by: "splender" 13th Dec 2017

6ixFoot113th Dec

Sure I saw this memory card at £18 getting heat


Normal price for this item is £14-15. PicStop are just trying to rip people off, by artificially pumping price to £20 to look it's been discounted. Nothing special. And yes, it's ridiculous it has heat for £18.
Edited by: "CosminD83" 14th Dec 2017

Original Poster

CosminD833 m ago

Normal price for this item is £14-15. PicStop are just trying to rip …Normal price for this item is £14-15. PicStop are just trying to rip people off, by artificially pumping price to £20 to look it's been discounted. Nothing special. And yes, it's ridiculous it has heat for £18.


You may struggle quoting links to three independent sources of the lower end pricing of £14-£15 delivered.

Trying to understand why this is so cold when the MyMemory deal is hot?!
hotukdeals.com/dea…910
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