Toshiba Exceria M302 (Ultra 3) 32GB Micro SD Card 90 MB/s 4K £9.49 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Toshiba Exceria M302 (Ultra 3) 32GB Micro SD Card 90 MB/s 4K £9.49 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Found 29th Mar
Toshiba Class 10 ULTRA 3 Micro SD Memory card with Free Same Day Delivery for Prime Members @Amazon
A Toshiba EXCERIA M302 is the microSD card you need if you want to record 4K or Full HD videos on your smartphone, tablet or sports camera. Note: Please check product compatibility before buying
Box Contains
1 x Toshiba EXCERIA M302 Micro SD Card With Adapter
Features
Specialised for 4K/full HD recording
Designed for extreme environment usage
Perfect for mobile devices and operating temperature is -25 degree Celsius to +85 degree Celsius (Recommended)
Highly durable - waterproof (IPX7), shockproof and X-ray proof
Class 10 storage card with 90 MB/s max read speed
PLEASE CHECK YOUR DEVICE IS COMPATIBLE BEFORE PURCHASE
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Same price as Halfords?
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jimmyt111 m ago

Same price as Halfords?


£9.99 at Halfords ... plus free same day delivery for prime members with amazon
teng4 m ago

£9.99 at Halfords ... plus free same day delivery for prime members with …£9.99 at Halfords ... plus free same day delivery for prime members with amazon


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Is this what they call a high endurance card?
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jimmyt119 m ago

... …... http://www.halfords.com/cycling/cycling-technology/helmet-cameras/toshiba-32gb-micro-sd-card?_br_psugg_q=toshiba+micro+sd+card


Last time i checked it was £9.99 .. oh well
£8.95 delivered Base
£8.99 delivered 7dayshop
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Gollywood12 m ago

Is this what they call a high endurance card?


I don't believe it is high endurance but still a good card for your devices such as digital cameras, Gopro's .. should be fine in a dash cam. There is a sandisk 32gb class 10 (not ultra1) high endurance micro sd on amazon for around £16.99 or transcend 16gb for around the same price (only class10, not ultra)
Gollywood1 h, 2 m ago

Is this what they call a high endurance card?


no there will be no warranty on this for video especially gopros and dashcams etc
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CartoonHead7822 m ago

no there will be no warranty on this for video especially gopros and …no there will be no warranty on this for video especially gopros and dashcams etc


Strange, looks like they advertise it for action cameras
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CartoonHead783 h, 52 m ago

no there will be no warranty on this for video especially gopros and …no there will be no warranty on this for video especially gopros and dashcams etc


Looking at a few of these, it looks like if you spend twice as much on a "high endurance" or whatever card, you get twice the warranty. Neither will recover what you lose, so it's a case of you pay your money and you take your chance.
Does anyone know if this will work on the original wii for homebrew, thanks.
frostyclock1 h, 19 m ago

Does anyone know if this will work on the original wii for homebrew, …Does anyone know if this will work on the original wii for homebrew, thanks.



Yes it should but this is as far as you could go in size without going USB hard drive route for other storage means (it should do you fine) - nintendo.co.uk/Sup…tml
sma204 m ago

Yes it should but this is as far as you could go in size without going USB …Yes it should but this is as far as you could go in size without going USB hard drive route for other storage means (it should do you fine) - https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Support/Wii/Usage/SD-Cards/Identifying-Compatible-SD-Cards/Identifying-Compatible-SD-Cards-239900.html


Thanks
This ok to go in a mobile phone for storage?
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11gaz1111 m ago

This ok to go in a mobile phone for storage?


Absolutely 🏻
Poor write speed on this, 10-20mb/s
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teng29th Mar

On a class 10 U3 ? It says 60MB/s on this review …On a class 10 U3 ? It says 60MB/s on this review http://www.storagereview.com/toshiba_exceria_sd_card_review


That maybe standard size sd card this other review for the micro sd card version says 31MB/s
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teng19 h, 16 m ago

Strange, looks like they advertise it for action cameras[Image]


All cards in question say record full 4k video don't know how it's allowed

I'm finding different things the on toshiba cards like this one -

Toshiba doesn't claim MLC for any of their cards, and of course that means no ECC either. They offer a 5 year warranty, and that warranty says nothing about being void of used in dash cams: us.toshiba.com/sto…rds

Then t
Some people found on the website that they say -

"Today, as one of the largest producers of MLC NAND Flash, Toshiba remains committed to supplying industry-leading densities and performance."
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CartoonHead782 h, 23 m ago

All cards in question say record full 4k video don't know how it's …All cards in question say record full 4k video don't know how it's allowedI'm finding different things the on toshiba cards like this one -Toshiba doesn't claim MLC for any of their cards, and of course that means no ECC either. They offer a 5 year warranty, and that warranty says nothing about being void of used in dash cams: http://us.toshiba.com/storage/memory-cards/microsd-cardsThen tSome people found on the website that they say - "Today, as one of the largest producers of MLC NAND Flash, Toshiba remains committed to supplying industry-leading densities and performance."


Here is a small list if micro sd cards using MLC, good bit of info here too
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qbs29th Mar

Looking at a few of these, it looks like if you spend twice as much on a …Looking at a few of these, it looks like if you spend twice as much on a "high endurance" or whatever card, you get twice the warranty. Neither will recover what you lose, so it's a case of you pay your money and you take your chance.


not really tho is it, the warranty will supply you with a new card in that time! so its either -

1. pay small, card=high failure risk & no replacement
2. pay slightly more, card=low failure risk, and replacement if neccesary

the plus side is, Amazon will probably take it back in the first year, maybe even in the full amount of warranty years if it does fail in a dashcam or not as they did with my 2.5 year old 32GB Samsung EVO that failed after only taking 600 pics in a digital camera then 10 car journeys of 1 hour long in a go pro which is what killed it as my other card is showing signs of damage after being in the gopro!


by the way regarding this card, I have found some people using the 128gb version in surveillance systems and it has done at least 85 full cycles with no problems also some 64gb used in gopro pros for 2 years with no issues so I would take the chance especially from Amazon.
CartoonHead7810 h, 37 m ago

not really tho is it, the warranty will supply you with a new card in that …not really tho is it, the warranty will supply you with a new card in that time! so its either - 1. pay small, card=high failure risk & no replacement2. pay slightly more, card=low failure risk, and replacement if neccesarythe plus side is, Amazon will probably take it back in the first year, maybe even in the full amount of warranty years if it does fail in a dashcam or not as they did with my 2.5 year old 32GB Samsung EVO that failed after only taking 600 pics in a digital camera then 10 car journeys of 1 hour long in a go pro which is what killed it as my other card is showing signs of damage after being in the gopro!by the way regarding this card, I have found some people using the 128gb version in surveillance systems and it has done at least 85 full cycles with no problems also some 64gb used in gopro pros for 2 years with no issues so I would take the chance especially from Amazon.


I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk. Also, there are so many factors involved regarding use of cards - which dash cam, actual usage, regularly wiped/formatted, genuine or fake card - that it would be well nigh impossible to get real data.

How many people claim under warranty? Probably very few given cost coupled with the throw away society we live in.

I'm not convinced on the legality of manufacturers' voiding warranty for cards used in dash cams. It could be that the lack of any high visibility warning on the retail packaging could undermine their small print hidden away somewhere on a website exclusion.
How do they prove it was used on a dash cam anyway?
qbs5 h, 55 m ago

I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk. Also, there are …I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk. Also, there are so many factors involved regarding use of cards - which dash cam, actual usage, regularly wiped/formatted, genuine or fake card - that it would be well nigh impossible to get real data.How many people claim under warranty? Probably very few given cost coupled with the throw away society we live in.I'm not convinced on the legality of manufacturers' voiding warranty for cards used in dash cams. It could be that the lack of any high visibility warning on the retail packaging could undermine their small print hidden away somewhere on a website exclusion.How do they prove it was used on a dash cam anyway?


what happened to mine and what others said 'does' happen, the card write protects itself to lock the last data recorded, I could not delete or format the card. The info was there for all to see!?
CartoonHead781 h, 24 m ago

what happened to mine and what others said 'does' happen, the card write …what happened to mine and what others said 'does' happen, the card write protects itself to lock the last data recorded, I could not delete or format the card. The info was there for all to see!?


I'm not disputing that. Faults occur and things break down. What I said was "I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk". Individual failures, annoying as they are, don't give any real information on reliability.
The other thing you need to check with cards that have been used in dash cams is whether they've been locked by the dash cam sensing a collision and protecting the data. That can go wrong and glitch the whole card as well.
I'd like to see how the manufactures thought about sticking that information issue in the warranty, "we haven't got no evidence that cards fail in these devices, shall we just put that in the warranty on the packet anyway?

Well I'm going on my experience anyway nevermind what u need to see or not, one card with little use in a gopro hero, second card is intermittently showing the same issue both Samsung EVO 32gb micro sd's not warrantied or recommended by their manufacturer for the purpose I used them for.
Edited by: "CartoonHead78" 6th Apr
CartoonHead781 h, 10 m ago

I'd like to see how the manufactures thought about sticking that …I'd like to see how the manufactures thought about sticking that information issue in the warranty, "we haven't got no evidence that cards fail in these devices, shall we just put that in the warranty on the packet anyway?Well I'm going on my experience anyway nevermind what u need to see or not, one card with little use in a gopro hero, second card is intermittently showing the same issue both Samsung EVO 32gb micro sd's not warrantied or recommended by their manufacturer for the purpose I used them for.


You're missing the point on warranty. If a use, for example dash cam, isn't specifically excluded from warranty on the retail package, or a reference made to a specific location for terms of the warranty excluding specific uses, the manufacturer cannot void the warranty if you claim. Of course, the danger of terms on a website is that they can be changed after you've purchased the item.
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