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SanDisk 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive - £24.99 @ MyMemory
Found 14 h, 14 m agoFound 14 h, 14 m ago
Excellent flash drive for £24.99, the extra £5 comes off at the checkout. Just ordered one

It has a read speed of 130 mBps so unless your video is encoded at more than 1 Gbps it shouldn't be any issues. The heat dissipation though is non existent because of the small size which is why I returned it. I was afraid it might burn the usb port on my laptop


I had the white version of this for my Ultrabook and the temps on ti were ridiculous. I ended up returning it and replacing it with a Samsung ultra fit drive that runs much cooler.


Warm you up.


what for...? 8)


This might come handy in Winter.... 8)

BUNDLE - Integral SSD 120GB + 240GB + SanDisk 128GB Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive  £88.34 Del w/code at MyMemory
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
This was posted a while back for 20p more when they had an error on site (not going to mention the g word, will annoy those who have it as a keyword search :) ) expired shortly af… Read more
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When I first looked at the picture I thought this was a squashed fleshlight... Oooops. Shows how my mind sadly works. (ninja)


So this isn't an actual bundle specifically offered by Mymemory?


There is no need to include Sandisk flash drive in this bundle due to £5 off at checkout anyway, so will be £24.99 alone anyway. I would say that Integral 120GB + 240GB bundle for £62.85 after code is a deal ! ;)


some peops just LOVE bundles.... (cheeky) (party) ;)


2 x £24.99 + £48.95 = £98.93 & the code won't work unless you spend £30 - so felt it worth sharing as a bundle price :)

Sandisk ExtremePro MicroSDXC 128gb U3 A1 £57.99 Amazon
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
2nd post! Best price I managed to find anywhere. £80 on amazon until a couple of days ago. Top notch memory card.
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Similar speeds ? This Sandisk is faster and more durable card - perfect choice for DJI or GoPro cameras... heated !


Samsung evo plus u3 is on sale at my memory for 27.99. Similar speeds to this and same 10 year warranty. Someone posted it yesturday.

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Sandisk 64GB Extreme SD XC UHS-I Card 4K UHD (Up to 90mb/s) - Brand New - Ebay/Sholingvideo - £22.99
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Great price for this card. Have purchased a few from this seller and each one has passed the H2Test.

Looking at the seller, I would say they are fake. Cold.


Just had a look, the product description looks OK, but the FAQ is REALLY hostile, and god forbid you leave neutral or negative feedback!!!! The guy needs to take either a break or a chill pill before he has an aneurysm.


Never ever buy branded flash memory products from ebay unless its from one of the more well established retailers like Currys, Argos etc.


winter is coming


probably his own ebay account Ragingnes doesn't post many deals

Sandisk 400GB Ultra microSDXC Memory Card from - £137 delivered.
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
I missed the deal back in May for this at £141.99 which was annoying, but found that you can now get it from for only £137 including the delivery. TBH, I am still strugg… Read more
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Where from?. Link please. :-)


Sandisk source all types of TLC NAND from the major vendors like Micro, Hynix Toshiba etc at all different grades, particularly pre-WD. Give that the failure rates are high and the repeated write durability is poor, the likelihood is that a cheaper / lower grade of TLC memory is being used.


So, you comment that no one uses 400GB, yet failed to even bother reading the reason I bought this card? So I'll reiterate it for you, I have a single Micro SD slot on my Nintendo Switch, and it is shared by a whole family, this card will hopefully last me the entire life span of the console without ever having to delete/re-download games, therefore wasting time, or swapping them out and ending up losing them. So, yeah no one needs/uses 400GB. Anyhow, can you please tell me what sort of TLC is in this card, since you inferred you knew?


Nobody generates 400GB files in one sitting. Those that do eg. Scarlet Red users and similar use proprietary storage. They certainly wouldn't be using U1 microsd cards as they're bottom of the memory food chain in terms of speed and reliability.


Which TLC NAND are Sandisk using? Broadly stating, "nobody" uses 400GB at once is just wrong, you know of nobody, maybe that is what you mean.

Sandisk Ultra 3D 1TB SSD at - £165!
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Resonably priced, and quite decent 2.5" form factor SSD at only £165 shipped, and from so you know it is going to be legit. This is one of the newer models, with the fol… Read more
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Yes but it cached FF15 then by the sounds of it. They’re better than they were but still not a patch on a real SSD, 7200rpm is better than 5400 but still way back. If you’re making random accesses and it can’t work out what to cache, you’ll get lots of cache misses and you’re back to hard disk speeds again. Personally I prefer 256GB SSD for OS and any games I might be playing + 3TB hard disk for mass storage, then I can decide what goes on the SSD not Seagate. Obviously I’d rather have a massive SSD just not at this price!


I did test on ff15 when was playing with ssd my primary drive and then installed game on my secondary drive which is firecuda. And there is not much difference mate thb. launch time almost the same because sshd have got that feature as you probably know they start like ssd and then switch to sshd. 7200 rpm are good if you need something more profesional then yes go for ssd for whatever reason.


Probably, but this isn’t something the average person does! For the niche cases, it is very useful! If I could justify this much on multiple machines I’d be all over it. SSHDs are terrible. I suppose if it can accurately cache the game data frequently used then maybe there’s a slight benefit but it’s much closer to a hard disk for speed than any SSD except in very specific scenarios. Yes, it’s much cheaper but there’s a reason for that.


If you boot multiple operating systems this is useful or multiple copies of the same operating system, this makes sense, I think.


I remember these drives being around the £400 mark and saying id wait for it to get closer to this price and was told I was dreaming. Not dreaming anymore - the price has come down

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SanDisk TF A1 128GB Memory Card TF Card £24 Delivered @ Joybuy
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Decent price for a Class 10 128GB Micro SDcard (pirate) Handy if you need extra storage for your phone, or even Nintendo Switch. I'm always a bit sceptical when it comes to chea… Read more
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Get the Samsung Evo+ U3 card from the other thread. These Sandisk Ultra simply aren't reliable.


Reminds me of the good old: "This memory card is between 2gb-512gb" Ok... I see....


This deal should not be hot


£1 more will buy you one from the UK so available in a couple of days and not likely to be counterfeit/fake capacity/slower than advertised etc. Cold for me.


Cold. Cold. Cold.

Sandisk Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drive Memory Stick 100 MB/s - 128GB £24.99 delivered @
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Pretty good price (delivered within 3 to 5 days)

A strange story. I've got lots of flash drives. When they first came out they were expensive but then they rapidly went down in price so I bought more bigger ones. Then USB3 arrived so of course I bought more! Only one has ever failed. That was after in went in the washing machine in a pair of trousers! Eventually, they will become unwritable, but not I hope for a very long time


Hi both worked perfect then just gave up, yes tried everything other pc's + software no joy, If you need 128gb usb u must want to store a lot of stuff, so just buy a usb harddrive, cause If u have those photos of say: ur childs 1st xmas etc you do not want to lose them, usb sticks fail all the time, hard drives break to but have a much better chance with failures, u should always have a 2nd backup anyway.


every usb stick can be good or bad, these Sandisk for me are badly made, but another type of Sandisk could be good, kingston is another make I would look at, I have a 4gb stick that I have for over 8 years working perfect, but the larger 128gb ones have broken, seems to me that all the large ones break, so If u want to store stuff I would just buy a 1tb usb harddrive, its just my 2 bob.


Can you recommend one please, I need a 128 gb stick.


So they were recognised as external drives? Did you try them in another computer?

SanDisk Extreme 32GB Micro SDHC Memory Card A1 U3  £11.99  Base
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Good price for this card

Bought the first one last year for 15.99 :)


What's so extreme? Good card for Nintendo Switch or shall I go for more storage?


It looks like base is always the best with micro SD's because most of the deals here are from that website


Bought two...One for my Gopro Hero and the other for my Maxtec rear light/Camera. Man (on fast bike) vs Car .... car wins but Man captures the footage for Youtube!


you've been waiting for a GBP 1.60 drop? oh my.

SanDisk SSD Plus 240gb SATA III - £49.97 @ Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Lowest price seen for this on Amazon. Excellent reviews and reputable brand. You might choose to add this for £8 to connect it all up if you don't have the spare cables:
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I have expired this deal as it is now £55 (20th June)


MRHappy37 - I had the complete opposite experience with this drive. I purchased in September 2017, and it completely died in March 2018. Lost about two weeks work, I should have backed up, but I didn't... To be fair to Sandisk, their RMA process was quite quick. They allowed me to drill a hole through the drive, and they sent me a brand new replacement. I'm not risking another Sandisk, I know it's unlikely that I'd get two that failed drives, but I'm returning to amazon for a refund and going to go with a different manufacturer. Also, I just remembered I had a failed Sandisk micro SD card back 2014. They're rubbish!


Bought this a couple of years ago and its been great. Super fast and totally reliable, and a good brand too.


Great post. To my mind the Toshiba is the one to get. As well as being the cheapest the claimed 240 tb worth of writes will far outstrip the other drives although the warranty is the same for each. Edit: Actually I think the quoted 240tbw is for the 960 gb version. The 240 gb is 80 tb, the same as any other cheap drive. Its still a decent drive though judging by reviews. The western digital is just a rebranded version of the sandisk plus. So if for some reason you dont want to purchase the Toshiba one then the cheaper of the others is next best.


Western Digital drive is only £47.98 from Amazon, see the Link HERE! EDIT: Oh, and there's the Kingston A400 for only £48.04 as well, see this LINK! Not forgetting the excellent Toshiba drive that eBuyer have for only £44.96 - see THIS LINK! You can also add the mounting bracket, and SATA cable to this drive making the whole lot only, £50.94 if you don't use bluetak/sellotape/double-sided tape/elastic bands etc. like most people :)

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write £374.69 @ Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
nCache 2.0 technology delivers blazing-fast speeds 3D NAND provides greater endurance so your drive lasts longer and uses less power Accelerate your PC for faster boot-up and bla… Read more
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Had SSD's since the C300 from crucial. Yet to have any fail. Had some of the worse offenders (OCZ Vertex etc) and sandisk, toshiba, samsung, crucial etc and so far, I'm good.


I was just talking about this yesterday - I've had SSDs since 2009 and in that time I've had three failures. All of them were Sandisk. No way would I throw £375 at one.


Would not recommend sandisk SSDs due to their quality and failure rate. My 240 gb Sandisk ssd died in the ps4 after 2.5 years of infrequent use.


More, than enough for storage speed.


It’s speedy enough, 500+ MB/s read and write is more than enough. There are other drives that can go 3 times faster but 120GB of those costs as much as this drive alone.


very hard to tell whats real or fake in SD Card land...


Cheers, have a nice evening.


not really speeds not everything but you can get cheaper as an addon item or faster and bigger for a little more


fair play, so in your opinion, is this a good deal or not?


k but then this isnt an ultra and there are 3 ultras shown all with different speeds anyway (at least on mine)

Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB SATA III 2.5 inch SSD £49.97 @ eBuyer
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Good reviews and under £50 delivered! Boost the performance and extend the life of your laptop or desktop PC with the SanDisk SSD Plus. This durable solid state drive delivers seq… Read more
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If you know it’s out of stock already then why ask? The Kingston A400 is available at Amazon (no rip-off postage) for similar price - also I only said tiny bit cheaper, which is strictly correct, you’re not going to notice much between these: Kingston SA400S37/240G SSD A400 240 GB Solid State Drive (2.5 Inch SATA 3)


What's with the rediculous shipping costs, 6 quid or 5 for click and collect? No thanks.


Do you have a link? 240GB is currently £48.95 and OOS - Thanks


Not bad but the Integral P series from MyMemory is actually a tiny bit cheaper. They’re all budget SSDs after all.

SanDisk 64GB 150M/s USB 3.0 - £10 instore @ Sainsbury's
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Nice price for a 64GB USB 3.0, 150M/s fast speed either read and write. Also the price is cheap in Edinburgh Sainsburys

I have these, they heat up very quickly, not sure how long it would last!


certainly not available in Wakefield Store (annoyed)


One in Filton Sainsburys this afternoon, near Parkway Bristol for anybody local May still be there

SanDisk SDSQXAF-064G-GN6MA Extreme 64GB £19.99 (Prime) / £20.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
First deal post. Bought these for £26 a few months ago now even cheaper and one of the recommended micro SD cards for the GoPro. Great if you are struggling to find something "sold… Read more
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So I ran H2testw on my 3 year old Sandisk Extreme Plus & also on the Sandisk Extreme that I just purchased from Amazon and here's the results: Sandisk Extreme Plus (3 Yr Old) Warning: Only 60873 of 60874 MByte tested. Test finished without errors. Writing speed: 53.5 MByte/s Reading speed: 67.7 MByte/s H2testw v1.4 Sandisk Extreme (New) Warning: Only 60873 of 60874 MByte tested. Test finished without errors. Writing speed: 56.4 MByte/s Reading speed: 66.5 MByte/s H2testw v1.4 You were spot on with what you said mate, thanks for the heads up (y) If my new extreme plus ever turns up from Picstop i'll be interested to see how that compares...


I bet you will find that they’re both the same speed. Originally the Extreme was a UHS I card and the Plus was U3. However for the last year or so the normal extreme is now also a U3 or the new equivalent V30. That means both are fully rated to 4K, a few years ago only the Plus was. If you can test the speeds when you have both I would be interested to know if the older Plus cards out perform the newer V30 Extreme ones


Great thanks :) I've ordered a sandisk extreme plus from picstop, its been 6 days and hasn't turned up yet and they won't be able to send out a replacement until 10 days have passed! And I need a SD card for an upcoming event so just ordered this one as a back up.


Might be able to use the £5 off on first sign in with the app? just register a new account if you've already used it.


It will walk all over that :) I’ve tested it with 4K 60fps and it didn’t stutter or cut once Anything with a 3 or v30 on it is rated for 4K so any 1080p recordings will be perfect

32GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSDHC Memory Card 80MBs UHSI Class 10 at Picstop for £8.89
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
The SanDisk Ultra MicroSDHC Android Memory Card 80MB/s UHS-I Class 10 32GB is ideal for Android powered and other smartphones and tablets. Ultra fast speed to take better pictures … Read more
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I like the idea of an external battery (y) 🏻


I wouldn't dream scratching someone's precious car...esp Aston Martin?! Just found a very good video, you may want to invest in a good dashcam with "parking mode" "motion detection" If your car is new/expensive, or carry work tools inside.


I do remember that lol


I told her that who wants to steal £15 dash cam? but then thieves can't tell how much cams cost so they may just take a chance. But then.. do you remember this : Shocking dashcam footage shows man with a pushchair 'running a KEY along the side of an £100,000 Aston Martin and causing £9,000 worth of damage <---If you Google it, Daily Mail article will pop up.


I leave mine on all the time, I suppose I should take it off really.

Sandisk 16gb GB Ultra Android Class 10 MicroSDHC Memory Card £5.69 @ Amazon (Addon Item)
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
This is part of "add on item" for free delivery.

Unless I'm missing something, this is same spec and brand, for a bit less and not an add on.


Thanks!! Ordered!


Thanks! Ordered!


Ah so they have (y)


Good price. Needed one urgently to fix my broken Pi Plex server during the week and had to pay £14 in Sainsbury's lol

SanDisk 128GB Micro SD SDXC Ultra Memory Card 100MB/s (Class 10) with SD Adapter high rated seller £26.99 @ ebay (ebargains11)
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
High rated seller £26 free delivery lowest price for this card I seen Load apps faster with A1 performance class UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10 for Full HD video recordin… Read more

Thanks for the reply, it ended up taking near 3 hours and was fine, we'll worth the time just in case.


Honestly can't remember exactly, but a 128GB will take a while. This HUKDer on this thread said their Samsung 128GB UHS-1 MicroSD took 6 hours (!) - obviously the speed of the card is a factor - but their card turned out to be defective. I run h2testw as soon as I take it out the pack and leave it running whilst I do other things. Not a good option if you want to use a card in a hurry, but worth it for peace of mind.


How long do these test normally take ? i bought the 128gb samsung evo plus from mymemory only using a usb 2 adapter tho and its been going for almost 20 minutes.


Would never buy a memory card off ebay no matter how good there feedback was, been done twice and they had better feedback than this and the reason they get great feedback is they sell things like screen protectors for penny's until there feedback looks good then bring out the big stuff and people fall for it like I did.


Personally, I wouldn't, but that's just me. Run h2testw when you get your card (I do anyway, no matter where I purchase from). I've been stung once with a fake memory card from an Amazon Third-Party Seller - way back in the Sony Pro Duo days - remember them? And swore it would never happen again. Amazon promised me they'd refund me all the way but didn't - the seller sent me a partial refund via cheque. Many years ago, though. Also, Sandisk Red/Silver cards were notorious for failure - not sure about newer batches - I RMA-ed one a year or two ago - of course you have to verify the Serial Number is real first.

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 500GB up to 560MB/s Read/up to 530MB/s Write £96.99 at Amazon
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Accelerate your PC for faster boot-up and blazing-fast gaming and graphics Ultra-fast: sequential read speeds of up to 560MB/s; sequential write speeds of up to 530MB/s 3D NAND p… Read more

What about this? Not bad ATM Just press GET DEAL:P


Nice deal, not many around on SSDs at the moment.

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