SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB Black For £176.28 (£170 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB Black For £176.28 (£170 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Germany

£176.28£21217%Amazon Germany Deals
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Posted 7th OctEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Edit: Slightly cheaper now, thanks to @Brutes for letting me know

Decent price here for the disc from Amazon Germany, as always you can order using your Amazon UK account details.

Use a fee free card to get it slightly cheaper by saving the conversion charges.

Below indicative price using Amazon's Calculators
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Comparison price based on Amazon UK

Description
Accelerate your PC for faster boot‐up and blazing‐fast gaming and graphics when you upgrade to a SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD. You’ll notice that applications load faster and files move quicker—plus you’ll get longer battery life and much cooler, quieter computing.

No matter how you use your PC, SanDisk’s powerful 3D NAND and nCache 2.0 technologies make for a better experience, delivering lightning‐fast speed and staying power whether you’re strafing the enemy, editing video or just surfing the Internet. Proven shock and vibration resistance mean you won’t lose your data even if you drop your computer. When you’re ready for a better computing experience the SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD catapults your performance to new levels.

Specs
  • Ultra-fast: sequential read speeds of up to 560MB/s; sequential write speeds of up to 530MB/s
  • Faster boot-up and shutdown. Faster app load and response times
  • Interface - SATA Revision 3.0 (6 Gb/s). Shock Resistant up to 1500 G at 0.5 m/sec. Vibration - 5 gRMS, 10-2000 HZ / 4.9 gRMS, 7-800 HZ
  • Greater drive endurance and reliability, and lower power usage with new 3D NAND technology
  • nCache 2.0 technology delivers blazing-fast speeds

Hope it helps someone.
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14 Comments
Surely the point of paying with a fee free card is
(1) you don't pay any fee for the foreign transaction
(2) you pay in the foreign currency (not as above in GB pounds) because the conversion rate you card will use will be better?
Voted hot, of course
Edited by: "jasee" 8th Oct
jasee08/10/2019 06:27

Surely the point of paying with a fee free card is(1) you don't pay any …Surely the point of paying with a fee free card is(1) you don't pay any fee for the foreign transaction(2) you pay in the foreign currency (not as above in GB pounds) because the conversion rate you card will use will be better?Voted hot, of course


Yes, he's just included both prices because not everyone has or wants to use a fee free card.

What's your problem?
ibz10008/10/2019 06:32

Yes, he's just included both prices because not everyone has or wants to …Yes, he's just included both prices because not everyone has or wants to use a fee free card. What's your problem?



What's your problem, I just wantd to know what was the best way to pay
jasee08/10/2019 06:38

What's your problem, I just wantd to know what was the best way to pay


Which he has explained in the post if you took 10 seconds of your precious time to read it properly
ibz10008/10/2019 06:41

Which he has explained in the post if you took 10 seconds of your precious …Which he has explained in the post if you took 10 seconds of your precious time to read it properly



Thanks sooo much
jasee08/10/2019 06:27

Surely the point of paying with a fee free card is(1) you don't pay any …Surely the point of paying with a fee free card is(1) you don't pay any fee for the foreign transaction(2) you pay in the foreign currency (not as above in GB pounds) because the conversion rate you card will use will be better?Voted hot, of course


As @ibz100 rightly says the best way to pay is fee free card and works out cheaper. I include both prices because Not everyone knows about the fee free card and alsoeventually for us the price we get charged in £££ is what would matter. Hope that clarifies.
I paid £220 last year for 1TB
Hmm tempted. Was after 1tb to upgrade the 1tb mechanical drive in my laptop but may just for a 2Tb.
2TB for £180 is just incredible, that's got to be half the price from a year ago minimum.
how does this compare to the crucial?
showing as 220 quid now..
@matwalaboy , please update the price to £176.28, thought it was change in price but it was the Euro/GBP rate. Deleted the new post.
Brutes13/10/2019 00:11

@matwalaboy , please update the price to £176.28, thought it was change …@matwalaboy , please update the price to £176.28, thought it was change in price but it was the Euro/GBP rate. Deleted the new post.


Cheaper is better thanks a lot mate
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