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Sabrent USB 3.0 4 slot Memory Card Reader £7.55 Prime / £12.04 Non Prime Sold by SLJ Trading and Fulfilled by Amazon
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28/06/2019Expires on 28/06/2019Posted 13 h, 14 m agoPosted 13 h, 14 m ago
Another hub from Sabrent that looks decent for £7.55 (Prime members) It's USB 3 so should be speedy, but is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 etc... (As you'd expect) It's £12.04… Read more
TipsyNurse

I overheard my wife saying about getting lots of different things in her slot even though they were all different sizes. This must have been what she was talking about.

Gort1951

These were the ones. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microdrive The first 1GB SD-Card that I bought set me back 54 notes, later I bought a 2GB SD-Card when the prices dropped but then discovered that my expensive 24" Dell 2407WFP (£415) Monitor with built in Card-Reader could only read up to 1GB cards. What a pisser but got one from Banggood that did HDSD-Cards for something silly like 7p.

Gort1951

I have an old Card-Reader that can read 54 card types including the 1GB mini hard-drives.

Arsenal012019

Now i need to find some SD card deals (lol)

RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS  6700mAh Battery £39.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA
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One of, if not the best price so far on the latest iteration of the File Hub. A pretty interesting gadget that seems to cover a lot for the cash. Nice and small too, so easy enough… Read more
leelukehope

1. Oooh, another moot point. Samsung and every other android manufacturer has had sealed batteries for years now. Doesn’t that mean they’re as bad then? Just FYI, every iPhone has had the option of a battery replacement. In fact, it’s as easy as walking into a local store. Besides, a bit rich to talk about #batterygate after the Note 7 debacle, that thing was a risk to life (lol) 2. Oh, Apple are the only guilty party? So what does the Nexus 6p #batterygate say about google then: https://9to5google.com/2019/06/07/google-huawei-nexus-6p-lawsuit-settlement/. What about the mic issues on the original Pixel? Google won’t fix anything unless a lawsuit is filed against them. Same with LG, only replacing boot looping phones when under warranty even though it was already a well known issue? Or the well known cracking of the frame that happened to both my mums and my LG G3 despite being unmarked and in a case their whole life. With Apple I’ve just walked into an Apple store and had my phone replaced with a brand new one for free, none of this rubbish sending it off for repair and being without a phone business. I’ve avoided that issue because I’ve googled it and not found any record of it. But if you can provide proof or even a link to a report on it, I’ll happily take a look! Yes, because Google, Samsung, the whole lot of them are just innocent, generous, honest, and not for profit organisations right? Thankfully, as a user of both systems I can look at all these phone manufacturers and say that they’re all as bad/ as good as each other. You on the other hand are like a toddler, incapable of seeing reason or looking at things without bias.

James.Howlett

For a start updates are not the be all and end all of the lifespan of a smartphone and my 6+ year old Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is living proof of that and that was only possible because Samsung gave the customer the option to change the battery and not seal it in like Apple did. And if Apple are releasing any updates, you can bet it's for their own benefit, not their customers, i've watched youtube videos where Mac users complain of perfectly working programs suddenly failing after an update and being charged to get the newer version of the failing software. What ?. are you really asking me why they're proactively working on battery issues after getting caught deliberately slowing down phones to create a bad experience for the customer so that they will have no option but to upgrade to the next model ? lol #Batterygate And i see you've still avoided the issue of Apple actively removing users from their Support community website for offering helpful info on recovering data from damaged iPhones. Do you think this is the kind of greedy, lying, money grabbing company on whose products people want to invest in ?

leelukehope

Oh, believe me, I have a leg to stand on. If Apple only cared about people buying the latest iPhone, how do you explain the fact that they keep their phones supported and up to date for twice as long as any other Android manufacturer? Also, why are they bringing in an overnight charging feature in iOS13 that will only charge the last twenty percent of your battery just in time for you to wake up, with the aim of increased battery lifespan? With Android you’re lucky to get 2 years of software updates. You might be lucky and get three if you invest in the just as expensive Pixel! Same with the MacBook, they’ve been getting free software updates for years. Can’t say the same about Windows.

James.Howlett

EVEN if you are correct in ALL counts, (which is very unlikely), the very FACT that Apple actively remove people that are offering valuable info from their own forums to prevent people from having to buy new Apple products is in itself the BIGGEST reason to HATE Apple, which is probably the same reason you conveniently decided to avoid commenting on that subject, because you know you don't have a leg to stand on and cannot defend Apple in any way. But you keep blabbering on about how sad you think it is that Android fanboys put so much effort into hating Apple in the hope that the majority of people will not find out about the truth of Apples behaviour. Well done mate! (y)

leelukehope

You honestly think I didn’t do my due diligence and research whether it would be possible before moving back to iOS? Used SonosTube, it’s not great, audio and video are never in sync making it unusable. One of the sources you quoted has a direct answer saying it’s not possible so pat on the back for you haha. Buy their way out of being fined? (lol) you did think that over in head before saying it right? The EU may well be corrupt but given how many stakeholders there are, the amount of money needed to buy their way out of a fine would be as much as the fine itself (lol) The amount of effort android fanboys put into hating Apple is quite frankly, a little sad. Never heard of ‘live and let live’?

Anker Premium 5-in-1 USB-C Hub, 4K USB C to HDMI Adapter, SD/TF Card Reader, with 2 USB 3.0 Ports £18.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA
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Dropped further in price than the last time :) Be sure to redeem the £2 voucher on the product page before adding the item to your basket :) Instant Expansion: Get more out… Read more
djvivid

Anyone tried this to drive an Oculus Rift using HDMI and USB3 from a Nvidia RTX cards USBC port?

Pakboy

Will this work for a normal windows laptop?

WatWat

SD card off-load on these is dreadfully slow. We had to stop using them at work.

vjr16

Anker USB C Hub, 7-in-1 USB C Adapter, with 4K USB C to HDMI, 100W Power Delivery, USB C Data Port, microSD/SD Card Reader, 2 USB 3.0 Ports, for MacBook Pro 2017/2018, Chromebook, XPS, and More https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07HMLTCPL/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_zDscDbMHJPXGF Not a great price, but it’s the latest one that they do. 100w usb c charging capability even though most are like 65w I think. There’s also a 3 in 1 version and 4 in 1 version that Anker do with power delivery

Makkand

Problems with mine, the HDMI keeps disconnecting, returning.

USB Multi Memory Card Reader for SD SDHC SDXC MINI SD MICRO M2 MMC XD CF Delivered £1.99 @ 7Dayshop
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£1.89 each if you buy 2. Ultra compact, portable multi fit memory card reader and writer. Be prepared and carry anywhere with you. Red LED light flashes for confirmation of data ac… Read more
amour3k

Does anyone know if these would be able to successfully read a memory card that goes beyond 128gb?. As the memory card reader's I've had from different Pound Shop's in the past now struggle. :-( And yes, it's from a Pound Shop, so what do you expect, and blah blah blah, hehehe. But don't forget also, them very same memory card reader's from Pound Shop's have been flying in the 'system' for close to almost 1 Decade now?. 1 Decade back, you'd be lucky if you could buy a 16gb memory card without first selling off one of your legs, lol (yet alone a 32gb+?). The memory card reader's I'm having for some Year's now from different Pound Shop's all do 64gb comfortably (which is wayyyyyyy more than I initially could have ever hoped for if I'm honest? - as I believe they were originally pitched as not being able to break beyond that of only 32gb?). Either way, I'm now since having some 128gb's, and looking at potentially getting some 256gb's in the future also. As such, I'm looking at something that won't stutter and splutter on itself when it's reading a memory card that break's the 64gb barrier ... Will this one do it?, does anyone know? (as, unfortunately, the product description upon the site doesn't tell me anything useful like that), thanx.

SClub

If I was ultra picky I'd scoff at the USB 2 transfer speeds...but it's two quid!!! HEAT!!!

calm

thanks. good find

MrBaz

Sorry, i meant to say that. Added the info now. Cheers.

MrBaz

All is good, busy but i dont forget to check your great deals mate.

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UGREEN USB C Hub with Card Reader, Aluminium 6 In 1 OTG Adapter £15.99 + £4.49 delivery non prime Sold by UGREEN GROUP LIMITED FBA
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Seems like there are few USB hub deals on Amazon at the moment...and spotted this. Appears to be a good spec and convenient for slim laptops or those newer HP models without SD car… Read more
amour3k

Even though the Lenovo one in your last link is no longer available, lol. It's still by far the better 'option' of the three ... In not just in terms of what it does, etc, but even in terms of the price too. Like WOW!, how can one of those generic one's be costing wayyyyyyy more than that Lenovo one? (despite offering more-or-less the exact same thing?). Whereas the other one was only £3 difference between itself and the Lenovo one anyway, lol. Perhaps some of the other seller's on eBay will be selling that Lenovo one too, or whatever? (who knows?). :-) Good spot anyway, lol, thanx.

amour3k

Does that have it's own dedicated power supply thingy?, or ... This could prove an interesting alternative (of sorts I guess), along similar lines to what was also originally asked: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00TI3WQJS

ws007

no brand https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Multi-Port-Adapter-USB-C-to-HDMI-4K-RJ45-Gigabit-Ethernet-USB-3-1-Type-C-Hub-RB/283402752952?hash=item41fc1ed3b8:g:qJ8AAOSw~T9byCbJ https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/UK-SELLER-5-in1-USB-Type-C-Hub-Hdmi-4K-USB-C-Hub-to-Gigabit-Ethernet-Lan-Adapter/323749002479?hash=item4b60f1bcef:g:A5UAAOSwx2BclZXh brand https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lenovo-USB-C-Hub-Aluminum-Type-C-Adapter-with-HDMI-Port-Gigabit-Ethernet-Port/153514139753?hash=item23be27e069:g:A0EAAOSwaQtcyhz8

popolou

This? £36 with a voucher discount it seems. Probably cheaper alternatives tbh. Pops

ws007

Was looking for one with a Lan port and would pass through power.

Anker Premium 5-in-1 USB-C Hub, 4K USB C to HDMI Adapter, SD/TF Card Reader, w/ 2 USB 3.0 Ports £18.99 Delivered Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA
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Nice discount on this USBC hub, especially as its the same price even for non prime members, with delivery included. Just be sure to collect the voucher before adding the item to y… Read more
mgk

Does this one do the same job with PD for £30? https://www.amazon.co.uk/VAVA-Adapter-Delivery-Gigabit-Ethernet/dp/B07KCGRMTR/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?keywords=vava&qid=1560352342&s=electronics&sr=1-1-spons&psc=1 Not sure what I am after here...my main goal is to get an extra HDMI prot so I can run extended displays from my laptop that only have 1 HDMI....all these seem like they will do that job bit I may as well have the extra ports

andysubaru

This one is cheaper and capable of 100w power pass through (although I think it might actually be 80w as 20w is taken by the adapter) https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07HMLTCPL/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Chris5626

Quite a few people saying about wanting one that also does pass-through for power there is this model HERE. £59.99 but there is a £15 voucher which reduces it to £44.99.

thedopeyone

Vow what a great piece of advice /s

ollie87

4K is very deceptive given it’s only 30Hz, so basically it’s HDMI 1.4 then.

Aerocool Aero-500 Gaming Case with Window and Card Reader - Black £29.77 at Amazon
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Decent and good value case. Main Features Superb gaming case aimed for great airflow performance. Specially designed top metal cover with extended depth to easily install 240mm … Read more
PhilK

Absolutely correct. You prefer a little more heavy duty, I'm happier with it being less ponderous to lift ! (y)

zworld

Each to their own , Sir ... each to their own :)

PhilK

Fact remains. It doesn't need to be reinforced stainless steel. Its a computer for God's sake. You may have missed that parts of the iPhone are actually reinforced paper - and the rest is plastic and a glass. It wasn't a very good example, was it ? :D I have been looking at cases myself too. Last thing I want is too heavy. The Liian Liu (That the spelling ?) I bought a few years ago. VERY heavy and would have got double thumbs up maybe from yourself - I kept for 3 months and replaced because moving it every time a minor problem required it - became VERY tiresome and irritating. The current one is Thermaltake which is OK, but having a little problem, and the BeQuiet ones are nice but don't want to spend too much - but the last thing I want is, shall we say "heavy duty" ! ;) I'd like the white one of this one, though maybe

zworld

Eh... would you like your iPhone's body made of paper? ;) Come to think of it, this case doesn't even use steel, it's more like tin, easily bendable.

PhilK

Unless you're computing in a war zone, I don't think thicker steel is a necessity - unless you weight lift while computing ! (lol) ;)

Amazon Business - Square Card Reader - FREE with any other purchase sold by amazon
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30/06/2019Expires on 30/06/2019Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
***it says you must be an amazon business customer*** free square card reader with any other item sold by amazon, I bought a cheap sim - there might be cheaper items out there, as… Read more
AChampion

After multiple failed attempts it has just worked for me within an incognito browser, worth a try!

jamie15

You could always order the reader and sell it on.

luvclub

Yes. Here is the link for the correct card reader: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Square-Card-Reader-Contactless-Promotional/dp/B07MZPFD6X Here is a £0.13 paperback sold by Amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/197940349X I tried the above just now and it worked for me, however I've decided not to order since the higher fees charged for several customer payments at £1000-£2000 already far exceed the cost of the free reader.

cristiandan

Is this still on?

obsydian

Bezos taking in the VISA crooks

Anker Premium 5-in-1 USB-C Hub, 4K USB C to HDMI Adapter, SD/TF Card Reader, with 2 USB 3.0 Ports £19.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA
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Use voucher on page - Includes 4K HDMI, card reader, USB 3 ports plus and you'll get an 18 month warranty Price is for non prime & prime members Apply voucher on page, check… Read more
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amour3k

Any good for you: https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Lenovo-USB-C-Hub-Aluminum-Type-C-Adapter-with-HDMI-Port-Gigabit-Ethernet-Port/153514139753

ws007

Post back your actual speed when you get it, are you using Windows? If so I recommend you install teracopy.

Rou

I ordered a 300mb speed 64gb one , will see how it goes , thanks for your help

ws007

actually asked that question in the expectation that full size sd cards would be cheaper than micro cards, boy was i wrong, kind of makes sense with the large mobile market, been a while since i looked at sd prices.

Rou

Standard (y) 🏽

RAVPower FileHub Plus (Black), Router, USB, SD Card Reader, 6700mAh Battery £27.99 delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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I posted this in white before. Now the black one is on sale too with a discount code: AWR7437N Storage backup: transfer files between sd cards ,usb drives, hard disk and you… Read more
turnandshoot

Can you transfer from DSLR?

Sam_Saul

Tried this promo code earlier. Didn't work for me :(

Stealth_Fox

There is support for Open Wrt, but the Open Wrt website is a bit unfriendly. This Reddit thread might be of some help.

6ixFoot1

That’s a bummer. Is there a way around this? I see you mentioned something about FW?

Stealth_Fox

Nope

RAVPower FileHub Plus, Travel Router, USB, SD Card Reader, 6700mAh Battery £27.99 delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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This handy multi-functional device is on sale again in White. Black only gets £3 off. Great for travel, especially in places where hotels only provide RJ45 internet. Use this code… Read more
slacker

Black one is £27.99 just now if you apply promotion.

hackboski

Just came across this, code not working anymore ...

ibiza

That worked well 😁😁😁

ibiza

nery: Great for travel, especially in places where hotels only provide RJ45 internet. That must be hotels in remote part of Russia? Funnily the hotel I was in in a remote part of Russia had 4g (costing a fraction of the UK price on a local SIM - £2.70 for 3GB) before most of Scotland had 4G Everywhere I've been in Russia h ad a network cable into the room before WiFi became popular.

sheepdognwolf

What’s infuse?

Anker Premium 5-in-1 USB-C Hub, 4K USB C to HDMI Adapter, SD/TF Card Reader, with 2 USB 3.0 Ports £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA
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Anker Premium 5-in-1 USB-C Hub, 4K USB C to HDMI Adapter, SD/TF Card Reader, with 2 USB 3.0 Ports £23.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and FBA
£23.99£34.9931%Amazon Deals
Thought this good price for this USB C Hub, which includes 4K HDMI, card reader, and USB 3 ports. In order to get the reduced price, be sure to click the promotional message on … Read more
maxmix

Well I can on the £6.99 one above I posted, quality is great ;) maxmix

Denz73

Potentially a stupid question but could I use this to connect my phone (S9) to my TV and use to watch BT sport?

kestrel1960

Thanks Op. Anker quality always worth the extra money and this in my opinion is a ba

richbadman

Does this support 4k hdmi video at 60fps??

maxmix

Seems I cant post this as a deal ! I ordered this a few days ago and it's great for £6.99 Delivered ;) https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0749GY9XD/ maxmix

Micro SD \ TF Card Reader 2pcs - £0.40 GearBest - Cheaper More You Buy
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Micro SD \ TF Card Reader 2pcs - £0.40 GearBest - Cheaper More You Buy
20% Off if you buy 2 sets of 2 - 65 pence for 4 30% Off if you buy 3 sets of 2 - 85 pence for 6 Description: Using standard USB2.0 chip, reading and writing speed at 480Mbps, tran… Read more
sheepdognwolf

Thanks

neoep

Received mine earlier in the week, they have taken awhile to arrive, all work fine i ordered 2 sets so 4 intotal, 2 for me n 2 to pass on to mates. Chase up your order if you don't get them soon

sheepdognwolf

Hi all - ordered these in Feb off this post - has anybody received theirs yet?

TBC15

No I didn't need it, yes I've bought it.

amour3k

"Does it matter if I put it into usb 3.0 or 2.0?" . No it doesn't. I can't comment on the other but of your comment though.

Aerocool Aero-500 Gaming Case with Window and Card Reader Mini ITX/Micro ATX/ATX  - White, £28.89 at Overclockers on Amazon
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Aerocool Aero-500 Gaming Case with Window and Card Reader Mini ITX/Micro ATX/ATX - White, £28.89 at Overclockers on Amazon
Free delivery. Superb gaming case aimed for great airflow performance. Specially designed top metal cover with extended depth to easily install 240mm water… Read more
orig

have built a few pc's with the aero-1000 quality cases by aerocool

stefw82

Have some heat, i got the aero 800 version and pretty good

rev6

Good price. Thanks.

Graham_C

It has built-in fan controllers! Space for two fans in the top of the case which also has a dust filter. Seems like a good case, great value for money.

herrderr

Great deal - the mesh front makes a big difference. Shame there's no PSU shroud, but for the price this is a steal!

Accept Credit Cards With SumUp Air Card Reader today for only £19
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Accept Credit Cards With SumUp Air Card Reader today for only £19
A smarter way to get paid (regular price: £29)* £19 UNTIL 31/01/2019 No fixed costs Only pay 1.69% per transaction. Payouts go directly into your bank account. Accept all debit… Read more
StonkwellBogtrotter

Update....I have since received another SumUp 3g reader, a few days after typing that review up there, (my THIRD 3g reader) this has also been sent back for a full refund now. I've given up on that one. It is just too flakey to use. "Connection error" is too common. I'm sticking with iZettle now. I don't care about the tiny % extra. It's worth it.

purplefleece

Thanks for this response. really helpful!

StonkwellBogtrotter

Don't bother with the Paypal one it's very very slow to take contactless. I mean like 30 seconds slow. I have used the iZettle machine [since the original incarnation and then upgrade], and also the SumUp [Bluetooth] machine. I also have the new 4G SumUp machine. Out of all 3, I can say the iZettle machine is perfect in every way. It is very fast at taking payments from contactless. Almost instant. I have NEVER had a problem with it connecting to my phone, beit a Samsung Galaxy SS6, Hauwei P20 or my current phone iPhone XR. It connects, each and every time instantly without a complaint. The SumUp Bluetooth machine is, IMHO, not good. It will regularly disconnect from bluetooth, even right in the middle of a transaction. You cannot imagine how embarrassing that is when you have a customer wants to catch their train and they then have to go to the cash point machine. So annoying. It currently resides in a drawer somewhere. The [new] SumUp 3g machine is prone to problems too. The battery is awful. I mean literally awful. It will drain 20% per hour, without even thinking about it, and that is in "standby". Yes, in standby!!! That means, to save power, I have to turn it off in between transactions! Then, as I am approaching the destination I will turn it on and hope for the best. I quite often get "Connection error", and I even had a "blue screen" 3 times so far....like the old Windows bluescreen of Death (see pic below) I was even taking an £85 fare recently and it froze right as the card was inserted. This meant the passenger had to wait for a full reboot. (My iZettle was at home I forgot it) I just keep the SumUp 4g purely as a back up now. I wasted £60 odd quid on that one! If you want my honest recommendation, go for iZettle every time. It may be 0.25% more, but my God, it's worth it to save the embarrassment that is the SumUp machines. The new SumUp 4G Blue Screen of Death.

RobJones-48174.61446

I’ve used SumUp for over 3 years. Very fast payouts, reader is quick to use.

purplefleece

How does it compare to Square or PayPal card readers in terms of charges and speed of payments arriving into one’s account? Anyone know?

2PCs USB3.1 Type-C TF/Micro SD Card Reader with OTG Function - Random Color £3.04 Zapals
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2PCs USB3.1 Type-C TF/Micro SD Card Reader with OTG Function - Random Color £3.04 Zapals
This Type-C OTG Card Reader is made of superior aluminium alloy material, solid and durable. Easy to expand your devices memory and easily transfers content to/ from your Type-C US… Read more
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iZettle 2 Card Reader - £19 plus VAT (£22.80) @ iZettle
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Spotted that iZettle have a newer credit/debit card reader iZettle Reader 2 and currently on offer at £19 plus VAT (£22.80) and free delivery. Would be suitable for small businesse… Read more
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lumsdot

wont mobiles phones all have this tech soon, if you want some to pay you just get them to tap their debit card onto the back of your phone, or to paypal the money over. cash will be banned soon, as it carries disease and is filthy

wildheart3003

I have figured how I can't get the deal show in my purchase. After emailed the help team, they clarify that this deal is for new account only. So I request them to delete my old registered account which I created last year(which I didn't purchase the card reader.). And it worked.

sirmaggie

Is this a good way to put money into your bank account using an interest free credit card?

GlentoranMark

I'm checking IZettle developers site atm. I checked this a year ago and there wasn't much in the way of help but things have changed. I also attempted to contact IZettle back then with no response, hopefully I can make something happen. I already started on something the other night, I can make the printer work OK but integration with IZettle could be the sticking point.

wildheart3003

Claimed the £19.00 offer, but when I went into order the card reader page it appear to be £29.00

Rocketek 2 Slots Type-c USB 3.0 TF SD Card Memory Card Reader for Xiaomi Phones Tablet PC - £5.62 delivered @ banggood
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Rocketek 2 Slots Type-c USB 3.0 TF SD Card Memory Card Reader for Xiaomi Phones Tablet PC - £5.62 delivered @ banggood
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If this works the way I think it does (looking at the pics), this could come in really handy for me. So I could turn an SD card into a USB stick to transfer files onto my laptop… Read more
Mouggly

Agreed, just had a closer look.

deleted868092

Looks interesting wonder if it can mount both card slots simultaneously and also what does the accelerating button do? Can't see info on the site.

stojanovzoran

This one is better, also have micro usb (when u lift up the 3.0 USB.

Mouggly

Actually there's another one that might be better value https://www.banggood.com/3-in-1-Card-Reader-Type-c-Micro-USB-TF-SD-Card-OTG-Card-Reader-for-for-Phone-Macbook-Computer-p-1163943.html?rmmds=detail-left-hotproducts__3&cur_warehouse=CN This one is USB 3.0 also. I'd really appreciate some guidance on this, thanks.

SanDisk Ultra Micro SDXC Memory Card 100MB/s Class 10 for Android - 128GB £17 @ PicStop
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SanDisk Ultra Micro SDXC Memory Card 100MB/s Class 10 for Android - 128GB £17 @ PicStop
£17£18.8910%PicStop Deals
This is the 128GB version. Up to 400GB* for even more hours of Full HD video2 Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback2 Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s** [64GB-400GB on… Read more
mark.chesworth

I think this SanDisk card is slightly faster on the read/write speeds, also I have never had a problem with SanDisk products. Never used Transcend so I can’t recommend those.

moh223

Is this better than the Transcend one posted?

mark.chesworth

I ordered one before for my sons Nintendo Switch, high street prices are over £35 on thease normally. (y)

Raider0001

Ordered, Thanks. (y) I've been after a new one to go in my dashcam.

skullbugz_joe

Seems like a good deal.. was looking earlier in wilks.. prices were higher than this.

7dayshop Multi Memory Card Reader with USB cable- £1.89 delivered @ 7dayshop
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7dayshop Multi Memory Card Reader with USB cable- £1.89 delivered @ 7dayshop
BRAND NEW: Ultra compact, portable multi fit memory card reader and writer. Be prepared and carry anywhere with you. Red LED light flashes for confirmation of data activity. … Read more
RoosterNo1

... as chips ! Thanks.

Koyakami

Why not for less than £2

friar_chris

Well worth it if you need a card reader. I bought cheap micro SD cards years ago and where a quality card reader has a spring mechanism to it which guides the card in and marries it to the readers contact points, cheap ones rely on you putting it in and aligning it well. Just a point on quality and where a good quality device will last you years, while one lacking decent slots will give you trouble not very far away.

afroylnt

tks op taken a chance & ordered at less than £2...

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