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SanDisk SDSQXAO-128G-GNCZN microSDXC UHS-I Card for Nintendo Switch, 128 GB, Nintendo Licensed £17.99 prime / £22.48 non prime @ Amazon
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SanDisk SDSQXAO-128G-GNCZN microSDXC UHS-I Card for Nintendo Switch, 128 GB, Nintendo Licensed £17.99 prime / £22.48 non prime @ Amazon

£17.99£36.9951%Amazon Deals
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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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For collectors of Nintendo

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SanDisk microSDXC card for Nintendo SwitchWith incredible speed, the officially licensed SanDisk microSDXC card for the Nintendo Switch lets you add up to [64/128/256GB]* of space to your system. Spend less time waiting and more time gaming with read and write speeds of up to 100MB/s(1) and 90MB/s(1) respectively. Perfect for keeping your favorite games in one place.

Backed by a lifetime limited warranty,(2) so you’re ready for the long haul.

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  • SanDisk microSDXC card for Nintendo Switch
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8 Comments
Good price, heat
Is this card u1 or u3?
slicker129/11/2019 04:52

Is this card u1 or u3?


These Nintendo branded cards are all U3
jco8329/11/2019 07:11

These Nintendo branded cards are all U3


Okay then this is heat for sure.
Is this worth getting I don’t have one for my switch but realistic I’ll only download 3-5 games?
The normal San disk 128gb is cheaper at £12.99 black Friday offer on Amazon that's what I bought for my switch lite on monday
Back upto £24 now
Mightyjinjo29/11/2019 19:09

The normal San disk 128gb is cheaper at £12.99 black Friday offer on …The normal San disk 128gb is cheaper at £12.99 black Friday offer on Amazon that's what I bought for my switch lite on monday


It's also quite a lot slower at writing as it's only a U1. The standard 128gb SanDisk U3 variant costs the same as this. Comparing the price of a U1 memory card against a U3 isn't really a fair comparison.
Edited by: "MysticalUndies" 30th Nov 2019
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