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Anker USB 3.0 Card Reader -  8-in-1 - £8.99 (Prime) £13.48 (Non Prime) @ Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
Seems to be cheapest out there for a Quality card reader ( I am a fan of Anker , bought a few products of theirs with no issues), Just bought a new desktop pc that doesnt have a … Read more

Should be good quality from Anker, but dear for a simple card reader.


Bought from amazon nearly 4 years ago (£5.99). Personally have found it a bit unreliable.


Lol (:I Also in regards to this Anker card reader, use mine all the time for various micro SD and have had no problems.


FFS, I checked out their other items to see if they had any more stock .......... wow, now I have to use CCleaner to destroy and delete my history!


Great piece of tech.. Review vid

Sumup card reader £9.99 including VAT @ Office Outlet (free c+c)
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Lowest price I have seen for this Sumup credit/debit card reader. Less than £10 including VAT, free c+c. Would be suitable for small businesses who want to take card payments. Thei… Read more
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Showing as £19.99 now


Does anyone know if these require any pci dss certification? Presume not, or not much more than completing the attestation, if they're contactless only


As a small business, I use Wave App: 1.4% + 20p


If someone did that, they are an idiot. The card transactions are linked to your bank account, when people call their banks to alert them about suspicious transactions, Sumup will be told by the banks when requesting the money back. Bank will have all the criminal's details from the bank account so they will be caught and prosecuted. Also, in the 2-3 days it takes for the money, it's likely that Sumup would be alerted by the bank beforehand and not release the funds in the first place.


Just ignore @MisterNippy who seems to want to tell everyone how bad these are in the case you get scammed by them in a random act by a fraudster on a busy train. But this deal has been posted to try and help local businesses or charities or individuals to help cut costs. As it is an excellent product of its kind. Next you will be commenting on a deal for a knife set, stating that anyone over 18 can buy them and go on a stabbing spree and how bad the knife product is. As previously mentioned further up the thread you would need to have to have direct contact with the machine and the card, which I doubt you can do through the layer of clothing, then the wallet etc. If you don't like the product then vote cold don't take every opportunity to enhance a minimal opinionated flaw.

Asus Wireless 1TB WiFi Portable HDD with USB3.0, NFC Card Reader Battery Powered Water Resistant at Scan for £51.59
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Asus Wireless 1TB WiFi Portable HDD with USB3.0, NFC Card Reader Battery Powered Water Resistant 1TB ASUS WHD-A2 Travelair N WiFi Hard Drive built-in 3300mAh battery SD Card Reade… Read more
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Very suspicious of this after very mixed experiences with my now bricked-as-a-NAS lenovo F800. Red flags in the amazon reviews also.


Free delivery from Scan if you're a member of AVForums


Hmmm, tempted but bet the WiFi connection is a pain to set up if not using NFC? Though great way to back up video from the drone while out in the field.


Anyone know what the playback of 1080p movies are like off this?


I should get one of these and save a small fortune on the iPads I’m purchasing

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SumUp Air Card Payment Reader for £14 Free C&C @ Ryman
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
The SumUp Air card payment reader is sure to be the best business partner you could wish for. Take card payments, anytime, anywhere with this pocket-sized device - it is lightning … Read more

It's amongst the lowest per transaction cost around for such things, and if it encourages people to part with their money at craft fairs (which is what I'm using it for) it's worth the cost.


Cash, but that financial institution with branches will probably charge you to deposit it lol should be cheaper though!


Actually don't mind delayed payment, more asking in general, is there alternative services to pay away less to card companies.


1.69% for getting paid immediately on a job is not an issue. Build in the cost to the price of the job or item.


Yeah, that's the down side.

iZettle card reader now £19+vat (£22.80) usually £59 @ iZettle
Refreshed 29th OctRefreshed 29th Oct
Back down in price again to £19 plus vat making it £22.80 in total - usual price £59. Great for small businesses as the fees are less than Paypal for small business / small transac… Read more

Good price - they do regular deals. We've been using now for over a year and it's been very reliable and cheaper then Zinc. Sumup may be 0.06 less in fees, I've not used them. We have used iZettle and have had no issues with super prompt payments. Another advantage of using one of these suppliers is not to bother with a PCI DSS annual cash generation scheme audit.required by the "big" providers, and largely unnecessary for a small trader taking face to face payments.


Surely Sumup is better deal. 1.69%


The card issuer takes a cut to pay for any cashback / rewards on the card and not everyone pays interest on purchases. The network owner (Visa / Mastercard / Amex) take a cut for enabling all this. It is practically difficult to build a network that enables any card issued anywhere on the planet to be used anywhere and provide real time updates to the consumer (like Revolut does). The same networks enable a card to be blocked real time if lost or stolen. Plus the investments required to mitigate fraud. There is an element of profit and frankly, it is also because of a first mover advantage. I don't have a problem with the 1.7% because there is a greater cost to using cash only which most of us don't realise - loss of business as online shopping becomes impossible, lower tax collection, significantly higher costs of just handling the cash, etc.


You can be a sole trader, e.g a self employed taxi driver, electrician etc. Just put your business name as your own name if you don't have a business name.


Must you have a registered business to accept payments using this?

SumUp 3g Card Reader £69
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
This one works without having to go the phone app - might suit some people better than the current reader. Run your business in your store or on the go, the magic happens inside t… Read more

Yeah was worrying about chargebacks etc hence why I want to send receipt to customer and sms seems to be the quickest way, not willing to pay around £200?? for a compatible printer.


Check on your bank account too. On the 2 test payments I did, My bank has it listed as "SumUp* valleywide taxi Pewsey" I'm not anything to do with them so I've raised a ticket about that cus if customers see that on their statements and they've never been to Pewsey, then they could do a charge back,thinking it was fraudulent!! Also, and it may be coincidence, I've not received my payments from them yet since using the reader. Usually I would get payment 2 days after taking them. Usually around 17.30hrs. But still waiting for yesterday's scheduled payout. I have mentioned this to them last night and he assured me it has been paid to the correct bank account. He even quoted me my details. So if I don't receive it by this evening I'll be on to then again.


well, I'll need to give them a call later today to try and sort it out.


Yeah I found that too about SMS receipts


received the reader yesterday, setup was quite easy and the reader connected to the "cellular network" at the first attempt, no errors, but the signal where I was is only about 2 bars, and the battery seems to go down a little quicker than expected, not sure it'll last the "500 transactions" as claimed by sumup for the original air reader. Do like the fact it uses the newer USB C connector and includes the charge cable. Done some test transactions of £1 via contactless and then chip and pin, both was quick and "successful". Had problem with the old swipe card method for couple cards, don't know if it's because of the cards or not. but the problem so far to me seems to be trying to issue receipt, email receipt is fine, very detailed, but the easier/quicker option of sending receipt via SMS(text message) which I imagine is the more popular method for customers (entering phone number using the number pad is much quicker than trying type in email address on the relatively small touch screen, which tbf is quick responsive), it is not working for me, tried 3 cards and 2 different mobile numbers and neither received the receipt, and even went back to transaction history to resend the receipt but still nothing... anybody have problems with SMS receipt?

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HooToo USB C Hub, 6-in-1 with PD Charging Port, 4K HDMI Output, SD Card Reader, 3 USB 3.0 Ports £28.99 sold by Sunvalleytek-UK / FBA
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
You need to redeem the on site promo (under promotions) or use code VEQSWUCX to bring the on site price down to £28.99 Delivered - promo seems to apply to all colourways eg Grey,… Read more
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Ever tried using this to connect a tablet to the tv? I have a Samsung Tab S and it's apparently pretty fussy about mini hdmi wires.


Link? I need Ethernet too ...


I’m after one with Ethernet with a plastic cover. The metal covered one I’ve got at the moment scratches the laptop.


Fair comment (highfive)


Micro USB cannot power a MacBook or any other USB C laptop so not comparable.

5-port USB 2.0 Hub Micro/SD Card Reader £1.28 w/code @Dresslily

Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Main Features: ● Broad compatibility, support Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / XP / Vista / Mac, etc. ● SD card up to 128GB, TF card up to 128GB, the two can not be inserted sim… Read more

Cheers OP ordered 1 although it sneakily tried to add insurance at last stage (devil) you have to deselect for this price


£1.22 when paid with Starling (Revolut, Monzo, should be pretty similar too)


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Yeah I second that, works well, seems well built, USB 2.0 speeds obviously (despite the blue USB ports!) and was surprised that it does read SDXC cards.


Usb limits current to 500ma usually. I wouldn't therefore recommend that you buy this for charging purposes unless you don't mind slow charging.

Get the NEW iZettle card reader for £19+VAT this month (£22.80) - Usually around £59+VAT
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Offer valid until 27/09 - Get the reader & dock for £45+VAT FAST DEPOSITS - Payments are deposited to your bank account within 2-3 business days. SIMPLE PRICING - Pay only 1.… Read more
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Thanks, I did notice the other day that it was "on offer again" lol Admittedly though it was full price (£54?) when I had a quick look last week or so. I think they put it up to "full price" every now and then just so they can claim that it is on offer when at £19.


Guess what..


Still no response to my question on Wednesday evening about why they are promising the reader for £19+VAT and then trying to charge you £29+VAT. Instead I've just had some marketing emails from them, including one trying to flog me the reader...


I guess you have more faith than I do about business ethics. It's either cockup or conspiracy, anyway.


I thought they were a decent international company that didn't need to stoop to these tactics?

Square Contactless & Chip and PIN Card Reader for £19 (+ VAT)  @ Squareup
Refreshed 18th SepRefreshed 18th Sep
Square have reduced their credit/debit card reader to half price £19 + VAT (£22.80) in their online shop, free delivery. Would be suitable for small businesses who want to take car… Read more
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Anyway no bitcoin happy


The Vodafone store in Buchanan Street actually prouds itself in being a cashless store that much, it advertises it outside. Changed days right enough.


Sole Trader is Self employed :)


No, Yorkshire. Same same but different.


The comment you made has been reported to the fraud police. Only joking... (flirt)

RAVPower FileHub, Wireless Router, Card Reader, Portable Hardrive and Battery Pack - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon £27.99
Refreshed 13th AugRefreshed 13th Aug
RAVPower FileHub, Wireless Router, Card Reader, Portable Hardrive and Battery Pack - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon £27.99
£27.99£39.9930%Amazon Deals
Was looking for a battery pack and friend recommended to go for an all-in-one file hub, card reader, battery pack and recommended this one to me. I've bought RavPower stuff before … Read more

Looks like the offers expired . Can't see the promotional link now . Wish I'd ordered this when I first saw it .


Hi can anyone double check the capacity of the one they received? Mine says 6000mah but the product on the page says 6700


I'll be selling my phantom 4 pro soon let me know if you want to upgrade the mavic is a great drone what sd card are you using with it


I couldnt afford it man, maybe in a year or two. Mavic pro will still be a good drone for a year or two i hope lol


Nice tempted by the new mavic ?

Sony MRWE90 USB 3.1 Gen 1 XQD/SD Super Speed Memory Card Reader £17.52 prime / £22.01 non prime @ Amazon
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Sony MRWE90 USB 3.1 Gen 1 XQD/SD Super Speed Memory Card Reader £17.52 prime / £22.01 non prime @ Amazon
Seems very cheap for an ultra fast XQD and SDXC UHSII reader. 440MB/s Read Speed and 400MB/s Write Speed Supporting the top end DSLR and 4K Cameras Designed for shooting 4K qual… Read more
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Thanks OP mine just got dispatched, purchased on a whim with no expectancy of it arriving.


me too - dispatched! Still not sure how VITA or PS2 come into it? Can someone enlighten me?!


Just had confirmation of tomorrow delivery.


Looks like ours were both on the same boat.

WD Green 120GB M.2 2280 SATA 3D NAND SSD Solid State Drive With free Veho Card Reader (worth £4.79) - £28.79 C&C or £35.27 delivered @ Scan
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
WD Green 120GB M.2 2280 SATA 3D NAND SSD Solid State Drive With free Veho Card Reader (worth £4.79) - £28.79 C&C or £35.27 delivered @ Scan
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120GB WD Green, M.2 (2280) SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, 3D NAND, Read 545MB/s With Free VeHo Card Reader worth £4.79 (LN40479) Features • SLC (single-level cell) caching boosts write … Read more
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Click unexpired and some moddish person will fix it. I've clicked so what ya waiting for (flirt)


Why has this deal been expired?


Seems a decent deal to me. I get free next day delivery on orders over £25 with them so I can’t fault that price.


It’s a bit of a faff on older OSes but it looks so much cleaner for builds rather than having an SSD hanging off, gets rid of some excess cabling too.


No problem, most boards that are fairly recent support M.2, even fairly budget oriented ones.

Sumup card reader £19 @ Sumup
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Sumup card reader £19 @ Sumup
(£23 inc vat) I know it was cheaper the other week but I missed it, this is still a good price I think and good rate.
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Petty sure this deal is until the end of the month for anyone who still wants one


Ah, the Minimum Billing. Yes indeed.


If you search on ebay the machines are cheaper plus search "sumup stand" you will find some for £15


The card fees yes. Most companies now charge a minimum card fee so if you're contracted to pay £10 a month in fees but you only take payments that only cost say £3 in fees, you will be charged the minimum £10 that you are contracted to.


Of course! How did I not "x12" on that hire fee! When you say processing fee, I assume you mean other than the card fees - so you're talking about things like non-secure fees and the such. PCI is a bit of a beast at the moment too - so for ease, hell yes. I would like SumUp to bring out a nice looking Dock too so you could turn it into a nice looking desktop terminal too.

Sumup card reader £9.90 + VAT - Free delivery - £11.80
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Sumup card reader £9.90 + VAT - Free delivery - £11.80
£11.80£2959%SumUp Deals
My first deal, nothing special but a good price :) No fixed costs Contactless / pin or sign via app Only pay 1.69% per transaction. Payouts go directly into your bank acc… Read more

And how much do you spend in order to "profit" that.


I profit around £ 300 a year


Still waiting for mine though I fear UPS have lost it. Delivered Wednesday to my mailbox, however I have no such package! Just contacted support to see what to do next ;(


They incentivise you to consume...


My bank gives me money for transactions .

4 in 1 USB 2.0 card reader multi-port Card Reader for TF/MMC/MS/M2 44p delivered @ Tom Top
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
4 in 1 USB 2.0 card reader multi-port Card Reader for TF/MMC/MS/M2 44p delivered @ Tom Top
Thought this was worth a punt for the price - handy little thing to have in the drawer. No code needed 44p delivered free in 10 - 20 business days. Features: 4 in 1 card reader, f… Read more
Cwxuan 3 in 1 Type C / Micro USB / USB 2.0 to USB 2.0 / MS / SD / M2 / TF Card Reader Hub - £4.93 @
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Cwxuan 3 in 1 Type C / Micro USB / USB 2.0 to USB 2.0 / MS / SD / M2 / TF Card Reader Hub - £4.93 @
£4.93£8.4041%RoseGal Deals
Features: Can be read on computer with Windows system, expanding 3 USB ports Can be read on computer with Type-C interface, expanding 3 USB ports Support OTG function for phone wit… Read more

I received the hub very fast and it`s working, can`t complain about the quality, chinese product. Not the first time using Rosegal so you can definetly trust them




£1 for usb card reader in pound land, works for years also


I think it's designed to be for tablets / phones, you can use the curve as a doc


I think the idea is that you dock a phone or tablet in the curve at the front.

dodocool 7 in 1 USB-C Hub with Power Delivery, 4K Video HD Port, SD/TF Card Reader, 3 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports £17.99 Prime / £22.48 non prime Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
dodocool 7 in 1 USB-C Hub with Power Delivery, 4K Video HD Port, SD/TF Card Reader, 3 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Ports £17.99 Prime / £22.48 non prime Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
7-in-1 USB-C Hub: Extend one USB Power Delivery Type-C charging port, one HD output port, three SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, one SD memory card slot and one TF memory card slot … Read more

Thanks, guess this is what happened to my one. Could never get a reasonable USB transfer speed, then the ethernet went as well. Wouldn't recommend it


If you Google "oneplus 5 USB 2.0" a bunch of results come up but this is the best one I've found. It says they've repurposed some of the USB 3.0 pins to allow their fast charge tech to work. That will probably stop this working in even a basic manner.


Hey, do you have a source for this OnePlusinfo? I've never heard about it before?


Yes it does as long as it's got usb C. HDMI only works if phone has Displayport alternate mode over C support. Won't work on OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 6 with fake Usb C port( electrically only usb 2.0 to support their obsolete dash charger).


Is this "7 in 1" or "6 in 1"? Edit: USB type C Power Delivery, 3 USB 3.0, Micro SD card and SD Card slot. It's a 6 in 1.

RAVPower FileHub Plus - Wireless Travel Router / SD Card Reader / USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA/NAS Sharing Media Streamer 6000mAh External Battery Pack £27.99 from SVT / Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
RAVPower FileHub Plus - Wireless Travel Router / SD Card Reader / USB Portable Hard Drive Companion, DLNA/NAS Sharing Media Streamer 6000mAh External Battery Pack £27.99 from SVT / Amazon
£27.99£39.9930%Amazon Deals
Handy little device this, with media sharing, battery pack, SD card reader and more. Perfect for staying connected when on the go. Price has dropped again, just be sure to click … Read more

Thank you. Looking forward to trying this out when I'm back home.


That sounds about right if I remember. Its just SMB so once connected to the AP, // to the IP address and it should show your shares.


Ooh, nice! I had a play around and got SMB running yesterday. Do you think it'll be fine creating an access point after that? In theory I could then just use a file explorer to access the hard drive, like I do now, but the solution would be portable. Unless I'm missing something?


Didnt really have one set, I just fumbled around with several google searches! - - Enable SMB - Add Maria, Apache & PHP - The webend I wrote myslef with some really crappy code A very DIY project...:)


Do you have the instructions you used for this please? I have the Model 3 B

Sumup Card Reader (Only 1.69% per transaction!) £22.80 @ Sumup
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
Sumup Card Reader (Only 1.69% per transaction!) £22.80 @ Sumup
£22.80£5961%SumUp Deals
Similar to to the iZettle card reader, but 0.06% less per transaction. It will add up over time!! *Offer valid until 30.04 for one card reader per new SumUp account. Price excludi… Read more

£29.99 inc VAT Screwfix webstore at time of this post, and a single review condemning the device


I'm been using sumup for years. Normally takes on average 3 days to receive the funds. Never waited longer than 5 days and thats when I first started with them. Never had any problems with them either. used izettle at the very start but that was when they only accepted visa.


£19.99 in screwfix


You may have missed the VAT consideration. Effectively same price as both marketed at "special offer" £19+VAT & both offers expire today 30 April 2018 - assuming the marketing departments choose not to miraculously extend.


You're missing the point. I already have a PayPal reader. If I bought this I'd have to take almost £30,000 before it paid for itself. It's a good option only if you don't have a card reader.

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