Toshiba Exceria Micro SD SDXC Memory Card UHS-1 90MB/s with Full Size SD Card Adapter - 128GB - £24.99 inc shipping at 7dayshop
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Toshiba Exceria Micro SD SDXC Memory Card UHS-1 90MB/s with Full Size SD Card Adapter - 128GB - £24.99 inc shipping at 7dayshop

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Found 8th Dec 2016Made hot 8th Dec 2016
As title - £24.99 shipped for a 128GB branded uSD card seems as good as you get right now.

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Nice price, heat added.

These reliable?

nice

These are great for big file read/writes such as video recording but terrible for small file use such as installing most phone apps on it.

Lanius

These are great for big file read/writes such as video recording but … These are great for big file read/writes such as video recording but terrible for small file use such as installing most phone apps on it.



​where's your reference for this, as any I found on the net were comparing the U1 version. this is the U3.

noseley

​where's your reference for this, as any I found on the net were c … ​where's your reference for this, as any I found on the net were comparing the U1 version. this is the U3.



Just been reading the various threads on here for weeks now and that's the consensus. There's benchmark images around that show the slow 4k performance and it's the U3 one i'm referring too as well.

Lanius

Just been reading the various threads on here for weeks now and that's … Just been reading the various threads on here for weeks now and that's the consensus. There's benchmark images around that show the slow 4k performance and it's the U3 one i'm referring too as well.



I've also seen poor performance for what I want to use this for, which is using an iflash in a ipod classic

Cheers

I have been using the 64GB size version of this microSD card (both U1 and U3) on the Raspberry Pi (Retropie & Kodi) without problems.
Good reliable cards if you ask me.
Edited by: "wakaru" 8th Dec 2016

Lanius

These are great for big file read/writes such as video recording but … These are great for big file read/writes such as video recording but terrible for small file use such as installing most phone apps on it.


Helpful thank you X)

using with no trouble in my Samsung Tab S, tried it as both portable and app storage and it's worked great.

wakaru

I have been using the 64GB size version of this microSD card (both U1 and … I have been using the 64GB size version of this microSD card (both U1 and U3) on the Raspberry Pi (Retropie & Kodi) without problems.Good reliable cards if you ask me.


I have also been using this (128GB version) with a Raspberry Pi 3 and I must say it's noticibly slower than the Samsung Evo (64GB version) that I was using before it, without any benchmarking... It's not unusuable by any means though, and it will suit most people's needs. If I were to choose a recommendation I would go with Samsung Evo, but these are apparently better than SanDisk cards in the same range.

Also depends on the tech you use it with....

UHS Speed Class was introduced in 2009 by the SD Association and is … UHS Speed Class was introduced in 2009 by the SD Association and is designed for SDHC and SDXC memory cards. UHS utilizes a new data bus that will not work in non-UHS host devices. If you use a UHS memory card in a non-UHS host, it will default to the standard data bus and use the "Speed Class" rating instead of the "UHS Speed Class" rating. UHS memory cards have a full higher potential of recording real time broadcasts, capturing large-size HD videos and extremely high quality professional HD.

Original Poster

Bighare

Also depends on the tech you use it with....


So that would make this card class 10 in such an instance?

Regarding speeds and compatibility, would this be a good option for a Sony Walkman mp3 portable player? I guess I would consider a 64gb if a good deal comes up
Edited by: "Wildcard" 8th Dec 2016

Does anyone have any experience with 7dayshop for purchases over £18 (import cap)? When I went to purchase this 'orange' item it said "Orange items are dispatched outside EU. VAT not applicable. Delivery inclusive (3-5 days)" - not sure what that means? Since their warehouse for this item is in Guernsey, and no VAT has been added, am I going to have to give someone a Royal Mail customs charge notice for Christmas instead of a micro sd card?

There's a 5% off code being mailed to their mailing list which is valid until 20/12 which drops this down nicely to £23.74.
Don't know if I can post it on here.

blurb182

There's a 5% off code being mailed to their mailing list which is valid … There's a 5% off code being mailed to their mailing list which is valid until 20/12 which drops this down nicely to £23.74.Don't know if I can post it on here.



Go on, I dare you.

3guesses

Go on, I dare you.



Well it's been posted on another thread, so for those watching this one it's "INCDEL5".

blurb182

Well it's been posted on another thread, so for those watching this one … Well it's been posted on another thread, so for those watching this one it's "INCDEL5".



You are naughty.

But I like you.

No way would I buy any microsd card from 7 day shop.

You have no idea where they source it from and there are a lot of counterfeit cards around.

Also don't like dealing with any company that don't even publish their address or details of their business.

Original Poster

Picard123

Also don't like dealing with any company that don't even publish their … Also don't like dealing with any company that don't even publish their address or details of their business.



7DAYSHOP.COM Limited, Pitronnerie Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 2RN.

hukdaardcdu

7DAYSHOP.COM Limited, Pitronnerie Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 2RN.



Are you covered by the Sale of Goods Act and other England & Wales consumer protection laws or are Guernsey governed by their own legal jurisdiction?
Edited by: "Picard123" 18th Dec 2016

Original Poster

I'm not an expert (and certainly not on England and Wales law - being a Scot), but my understanding is that Guernsey has its own legal jurisdiction. I view it as being similar to ordering stuff from the US or EU - similar protection and similar risks. For high value items, use a credit card for section 75 protection and for lower value, most banks facilitate a chargeback scheme so IMO, the risk is minimal.
Edited by: "hukdaardcdu" 19th Dec 2016

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