SanDisk ultra 32gb micro sd card £10.00 @ Tesco instore
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SanDisk ultra 32gb micro sd card £10.00 @ Tesco instore

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Found 1st May 2015
Just been to tesco in sale (m33) they have some of the above reduced. The 32gb one is £10 down from around 14 quid. I brought a 16gb one for £6.50 down from 10 quid. Seems like a good price to me. It's speed up to 48mb/s. Hope it helps.

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FFS I paid £15 for this last week...

Can confirm price. I bought one today from Carlisle Tesco.

Cheaper than Amazon and much less likely to be dodgy (see Amazon reviews).

jaydog69

FFS I paid £15 for this last week...



buy another, leave it sealed, return it (maybe to a different branch, not as cheeky that way) using the old receipt?

Just picked one up in Shepton Mallet.

Unless you really need 32gb specifically, go for one of the many deals on the 64gb micro sd cards on here,in and around the £15-16 mark.
I used to aim for sandisk because they were reliable bit that's no longer the case after their well publicised issues, most notably with their 64gb ultras and these cards in Samsung galaxy phones when they were released

woldranger

Unless you really need 32gb specifically, go for one of the many deals on … Unless you really need 32gb specifically, go for one of the many deals on the 64gb micro sd cards on here,in and around the £15-16 mark. I used to aim for sandisk because they were reliable bit that's no longer the case after their well publicised issues, most notably with their 64gb ultras and these cards in Samsung galaxy phones when they were released



Hi, I was just wondering what brand of SD card you buy then and which are most reliable?

When you brought the 16GB one, which store was it, pacifically?

Original Poster

The large tesco store in Sale Manchester

Cheers for the post, it looks nationwide. Heat added

Save yourself a hassle with sandisk for now and get something else like samsung or other brand. Ultras have well known issues with write protection after a while, exactly what happened to my 64 gb ultra.

samsumg evo ultra is more reliable. same price

qbs

Cheaper than Amazon and much less likely to be dodgy (see Amazon reviews).


A lot of places can be cheaper than Amazon on the high street, you would be surprised things in your local hardware store will most likely be cheaper than Amazon. Amazon is not the same anymore.

phoenix4102

Hi, I was just wondering what brand of SD card you buy then and which are … Hi, I was just wondering what brand of SD card you buy then and which are most reliable?



Good question. At the moment none as I'm in India and don't trust any of the ones for sale here unless they're from reputable stores, then they're overpriced!
I've got enough to last me to I get home then I'll look at the Samsung 64gb class 10s and maybe integral - I've used their full sized sd cards in my dslr with no problems, touch wood bit did have a kingston fail on me mid way though a trip 2 years ago

qbs

Cheaper than Amazon and much less likely to be dodgy (see Amazon reviews).


And no £20 minimum spend for free delivery.

I bought one of these from play, it packed in after a few months, completely corrupt. I bought the samsung clas 10 as its replacement its been fine, I would avoid these, not worth the gamble.

I have spotted a philips class 10 for £8.99 on 7dayshop

so I might look into one of these.

Edited by: "Coth" 4th May 2015

I was in Tesco in Cookstown (N.Irleand) and the cards were £23, but I notices that there was 2 different packages, 1 with a Phone and the other with a camera. Oddly the camera packaging scanned at £10 and the phone packaging scanned at £23.

I would go for a Samsung, SanDisk are not reliable from my experience. About 4 cards have failed between me and my 2 brothers over last 3 years or so. Warranty means nothing when they expect you to send the item back to East Europe for more than the card is worth,investigate then few months later give your refund. Done this with my first one, then adamantly demanded I get my refund asap by me sending a video of the defect product and cutting it as proof that I'm not scamming them.

Got the last one (16GB, no 32) at Gallows corner today.

WOW! - I don't have a fast reader on my PC (read speed locked at 20MB/s for old card and this), but:
Android SDtools on my Huawei Y330
Old 8GB Sandisk class 4 - 3.9MB/s write, 21.5MB/s read
New 16GB class 10 - 13.6 MB/s write, 39.8MB/s read (Speed "up to" 48MB/s - and indicates that the phone DOES operate the card at UHS speed) ... glad I sprung for a UHS speed card
Edited by: "matth9999" 11th May 2015

woldranger

Unless you really need 32gb specifically, go for one of the many deals on … Unless you really need 32gb specifically, go for one of the many deals on the 64gb micro sd cards on here,in and around the £15-16 mark. I used to aim for sandisk because they were reliable bit that's no longer the case after their well publicised issues, most notably with their 64gb ultras and these cards in Samsung galaxy phones when they were released


Your comment is kinda a wee bit confusing?, as your like talking in false positives?.
On one hand your advising us to forget the 32GB Sandisk exists & rather hook up the 64GB Sandisk instead right? .. but with the other hand your blatantly sprouting off about the 'NON-Pros' of the same 64GB Sandisk Memory Card!, so .....
What gives?, I dont get it?, lool. :-)
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