SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter £55.99 @ Amazon
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SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter £55.99 @ Amazon

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Found 30th Mar


  • Up to 400 GB capacity


  • Up to 100 MB/s transfer speeds


  • Load apps faster with A1 performance class


  • UHS speed class U1 and speed class 10 for full HD video recording and playback

Normally about £80, it was actually 80p cheaper few days ago
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"Up to 400 GB capacity"? Good effort for a 200 gig card! Still about 20% more than what I paid for the two of mine on separate occasions a year or more back, so a 'tepid' deal rather than hot. Affordable 400 GB can't be too far around the corner now....
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is it worth buying at this price. or worth wait for few days or few weeks?
"Up to 400 GB capacity"? Good effort for a 200 gig card! Still about 20% more than what I paid for the two of mine on separate occasions a year or more back, so a 'tepid' deal rather than hot. Affordable 400 GB can't be too far around the corner now....
ukflyboy1 h, 59 m ago

"Up to 400 GB capacity"? Good effort for a 200 gig card! Still about 20% …"Up to 400 GB capacity"? Good effort for a 200 gig card! Still about 20% more than what I paid for the two of mine on separate occasions a year or more back, so a 'tepid' deal rather than hot. Affordable 400 GB can't be too far around the corner now....


Sd memory has since shot up worldwide due to many factors.
I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and cheaper.
fame4 h, 21 m ago

is it worth buying at this price. or worth wait for few days or few weeks?


It looks as if you don't need it now. So ....
Just cancelled, before dispatch, the 256gb version, can't justify 40 quid for 56gb
fame7 h, 42 m ago

is it worth buying at this price. or worth wait for few days or few weeks?


Wait a few years I say. You should be able to get 4tb microsd for the same price
Spos it’s about £30 for 128gb so prob about right
They need to work on the reliability of SD cards. I've lost so much precious data because of card failures :-(
MDL19951 m ago

They need to work on the reliability of SD cards. I've lost so much …They need to work on the reliability of SD cards. I've lost so much precious data because of card failures :-(


Like with anything, it can't be 100% reliable/guaranteed, but if it helps you, I've used hundreds of cards over the years (still have a 32 MB one lying around... yes, MB not GB) and have had 2 failure. One was a failed card and the other a buggy phone kernel which was affecting read/write.

So, sounds like you need to work on your backup strategy, and shouldn't blame your own failures on others.
MDL1992 h, 19 m ago

They need to work on the reliability of SD cards. I've lost so much …They need to work on the reliability of SD cards. I've lost so much precious data because of card failures :-(


IME the only micro SD cards I have had fail have been those fake chinese ones you often see on eBay that have about 8GB usable and the rest is just faked to make the OS think they are bigger. Suspect if you have had a lot of failures it has more than likely been down to fake cards as when you write over the capacity they appear to fail but it is actually just because they never had the claimed capacity to begin with.

Always best to test any new card with a program like h2testw to spot fakes easily...
hshah3 h, 12 m ago

Like with anything, it can't be 100% reliable/guaranteed, but if it helps …Like with anything, it can't be 100% reliable/guaranteed, but if it helps you, I've used hundreds of cards over the years (still have a 32 MB one lying around... yes, MB not GB) and have had 2 failure. One was a failed card and the other a buggy phone kernel which was affecting read/write.So, sounds like you need to work on your backup strategy, and shouldn't blame your own failures on others.


The more storage available the more you can lose without backup strategy and let’s face it most user do not care until they actually lose data.
ST31232 h, 31 m ago

IME the only micro SD cards I have had fail have been those fake chinese …IME the only micro SD cards I have had fail have been those fake chinese ones you often see on eBay that have about 8GB usable and the rest is just faked to make the OS think they are bigger. Suspect if you have had a lot of failures it has more than likely been down to fake cards as when you write over the capacity they appear to fail but it is actually just because they never had the claimed capacity to begin with.Always best to test any new card with a program like h2testw to spot fakes easily...


In fairness some genuine SanDisk cards fail or don’t work in some devices. I’ve never had a phone failure but have had one go in an action cam. It’s not just the fake ones, even ones that passed h2testw. But yeah eBay is a big no!

400GB will come down when 480 or 512GB becomes top tier.

vixmony8 h, 41 m ago

I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and …I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and cheaper.



Would be great if your phone has two memory card slots...
Edited by: "plewis00" 30th Mar
thanks guys
I've just had to wipe a genuine SanDisk A1 card due to my Moto g5 not being able to use the camera when having the card as adopted internal storage.
I had a fake one off eBay that gave me a bit of hassle - which was the cards fault, but even with a genuine card, I've come across another problem! Think it's the phones fault to be fair. I had to factory reset to get the camera working again.
hshah6 h, 1 m ago

Like with anything, it can't be 100% reliable/guaranteed, but if it helps …Like with anything, it can't be 100% reliable/guaranteed, but if it helps you, I've used hundreds of cards over the years (still have a 32 MB one lying around... yes, MB not GB) and have had 2 failure. One was a failed card and the other a buggy phone kernel which was affecting read/write.So, sounds like you need to work on your backup strategy, and shouldn't blame your own failures on others.


BOOLCRAP... these never ever shipped at 32mb...
Hate these, always seem to fail.

Why can't they bring down the price of the others as well?
vixmony11 h, 21 m ago

I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and …I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and cheaper.


It wouldn't work in my phone or camera though.
Any good for go pro?
vixmony11 h, 57 m ago

I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and …I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and cheaper.


Excellent plan if your device has two SD card slots. Otherwise it's reasonable to assume that anyone buying one of these wants 200GB in a single card - perhaps for a large collection of uncompressed music, or for recording video for a long period without changing cards.
vixmony12 h, 1 m ago

I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and …I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and cheaper.


How many devices have two micro SD card slots? If you need, or even want, more than 128gb on a single device then you have to get one card. Two 128gb might be cheaper, but they can't both go in one device.

Edit: ninja'ed
Edited by: "Kaprikawn" 30th Mar
vixmony12 h, 21 m ago

I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and …I would buy 2 x 128gb memory cards instead, which would be more memory and cheaper.


ye and lose 1 because u keep swapping them in and out of your phone or nintendo switch
Edited by: "jammiejam2k69" 30th Mar
Kaprikawn42 m ago

How many devices have two micro SD card slots? If you need, or even want, …How many devices have two micro SD card slots? If you need, or even want, more than 128gb on a single device then you have to get one card. Two 128gb might be cheaper, but they can't both go in one device.Edit: ninja'ed


Agree, this is actually a pretty good deal if you need the space, nobody wants to be switching memory cards in their phone
agreed with the pain of carrying 2 cards.
But how much portable data can you make use of. 128 gb would be many albums of music that if you listened to every track one after another would take god knows how many weeks of continuos play back and if its movies, loading them up at once and watched back to back would take how many days before you would need to switch cards.
DE4L3R34 m ago

agreed with the pain of carrying 2 cards. But how much portable data can …agreed with the pain of carrying 2 cards. But how much portable data can you make use of. 128 gb would be many albums of music that if you listened to every track one after another would take god knows how many weeks of continuos play back and if its movies, loading them up at once and watched back to back would take how many days before you would need to switch cards.



Sound files don't take that much storage compared to videos.

I guess this will be aimed more for those wanting to shoot or store 1080p or 4k videos.
seanmorris1006 h, 23 m ago

BOOLCRAP... these never ever shipped at 32mb...


I took @hshah's comment to be a reference to memory cards in general, and not specifically towards a 32MB MicroSd card...
They give the other 56GB to the people who make the Earth a globe.
Worth checking if your device can take the capacity. E.g. my Samsung tablet and Transcend dashcam will take a maximum 64Gb card.
seanmorris10018 h, 50 m ago

BOOLCRAP... these never ever shipped at 32mb...


I suspect he is referring to SmartMedia cards. I had a digital camera that took those and had a 32mb card in. I think 128mb was the largest available then, may even have been 64mb!
Great price and even better with the £5 off using the Amazon Toolbar promo. Then down to £50.99.

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Edited by: "Taff" 3rd Apr
seanmorris10030th Mar

BOOLCRAP... these never ever shipped at 32mb...


Obviously I didn't mean this exact product line, and if you are actually serious about your comment then I hate to break it to you mate but your intelligence/common sense is well below average.

Maybe an analogy will help your simple mind to understand. Say you were at a Tesla dealership and the salesman made a comment about how some cars were unreliable in the 80's and 90's... would you jump at the chance to say "BOOLCRAP... you guys never made cars then"?

Well, you may, but I hope you can see how stupid that would sound. On the plus side it would at make people laugh, especially if they saw how you spelt the first word lol.
"Normally about £80, ..."
that's the part I don't agree... This price is the new normal...
fulous5 h, 49 m ago

"Normally about £80, ..."that's the part I don't agree... This price is …"Normally about £80, ..."that's the part I don't agree... This price is the new normal...



what other place is selling this at the same price outside random ebay seller?
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