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VAULTOR 32GB CLASS 10 UHS-1 EXTREME MICRO SDHC PRO MEMORY CARD - 70MB/S READ, £9.39 delivered @ Spector Media / ebay
VAULTOR 32GB CLASS 10 UHS-1 EXTREME MICRO SDHC PRO MEMORY CARD - 70MB/S READ, £9.39 delivered @ Spector Media / ebay

VAULTOR 32GB CLASS 10 UHS-1 EXTREME MICRO SDHC PRO MEMORY CARD - 70MB/S READ, £9.39 delivered @ Spector Media / ebay

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:FEATURES:

- Waterproof, temperature proof, shock proof, vibration proof, and x-ray proof.
- Seamless speed and performance with Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC compatible devices
- Class 10 Speed performance rating (based on SD 2.0 Specification)
- Tested under the most extreme conditions
- 5yr manufacturer warranty

:SPECIFICATIONS:

- Capacity: 32GB
- Form Factor: Micro SDHC
- Speed up to: 70MB/s*
- Weight: 0.70 g. max

Notes: *Speed may vary due to host hardware, software and usage

7 Comments

Really wouldn't trust this no offense. Googling the company "Vaultor" can't find any information for this "NEW and INNOVATIVE brand in flash memory " so innovative that the only place it can be found is on Ebay and Amazon.
Secondly the below is quite funny, yes off course main companies outsource but the way they have mentioned it makes you feel you are buying British.More like someone has designed a logo and got some factory to print it onto some generic cards, hence the lack of retail packaging.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-pHsViJF6CCw/VKBghxDIPrI/AAAAAAAAA9Q/1H5ink5D6jY/s836/Vaultor.PNG
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-7debizxRrDk/VKBgh6XbWJI/AAAAAAAAA9U/PBlAaSnmGe8/s959/Vaultor%25202.PNG


Thirdly, the claims which I severely doubt are true "Waterproof, temperature proof, shock proof, vibration proof, and x-ray proof." Temperature Proof well if it was wouldn't they disclose the regimes?

None of the postings on Ebay or Amazon quite add up and as they say "if its too good to sound true, then it probably is not true"
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 28th Dec 2014

This goes red from eBay yet an amazon is in the blue cold. I've got mine arriving tomorrow so will test it to see if a true 32gb

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Class 10 Speed performance rating (based on SD 2.0 Specification)Speed up … Class 10 Speed performance rating (based on SD 2.0 Specification)Speed up to: 70MB/s


Wow, the SD 2.0 specification had a theoretical read speed of 25MB/s, yet this card can use it to provide up to 70MB/s!
Presumably that the same kind of "up to" that most retailers use on their "up to 50% off" sales - the kind that doesn't get anywhere near

Lolololol.

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Edited by: "eloi89" 26th Jul 2016

cecilmcroberts

Really wouldn't trust this no offense. Googling the company "Vaultor" … Really wouldn't trust this no offense. Googling the company "Vaultor" can't find any information for this "NEW and INNOVATIVE brand in flash memory " so innovative that the only place it can be found is on Ebay and Amazon. Secondly the below is quite funny, yes off course main companies outsource but the way they have mentioned it makes you feel you are buying British.


AFAIK there aren't any sizeable semiconductor foundries in the UK, so a British manufactured chip was pretty unlikely.

Still, think I'd prefer to pay a quid or two more for a reputable brand.

I partially agree on some of the comments. I have bought mine one (vaultor 128gb), tested straight away on speed benchmark software using my usb 3.0 usb port and reader and it actually hit over 75mb read. However it is slower on usb 2.0 test but which i guess is normal as 2.0 spec is slower technically. Overall a happy customer so far...:)
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