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Sandisk extreme PRO 128gb micro sd class 10 U3 v30 A1 100M/B's @ Amazon
Found 10 h, 21 m agoFound 10 h, 21 m ago
Note this is the Pro averages around £60 and not the standard version. Been waiting for this to drop, just purchased with £1 digital credit.

Camera's like the Sony FDR-X1000V do not accept basic U3 cards as they will not record in 4K (as the camera is so fussy). The camera has record bit rates up to 100mbps. Yes, your Samsung card is 'capable' of 4K recording (I own a few myself), but they are not fast enough for cameras like this and disable the 4K and high bit rates on normal U3 cards. These Extreme Pro's are one of the few recommended cards. Won't be a problem on all 4K cameras, but certainly a problem with the Sony. Paid this for a Amazon warehouse 64GB version a while back - this is a good price for the Extreme Pro, which has faster writes. This is why the 64GB version got very HOT at £19.99 yesterday Benchmarks:


Lot of reviews suggest the cards are fake, not sure if they are the cards sold by Amazon (and not 3rd party)


What's a suitable description for just how cold this deal should be when you compare to this Samsung for £24.99?! Brrrrr!

SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I 1 £13.99 @ Base
Found 13 h, 39 m agoFound 13 h, 39 m ago
SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I 1 (SDSQUAR-064G-GN6MA) £13.99 includes FREE UK Postage (othe… Read more

Ordered thank you


Yeah, I'm a fan of Toshiba micro sd cards over sandisk ones, you never know what you're getting with sandisk ones because there's so many fakes around


Surely this Toshiba U3 class is better - and its also cheaper at just £12.99 >>

SanDisk Extreme PRO 64GB MicroSDXC Memory Card  £19.99  Base
Found 19 h, 33 m agoFound 19 h, 33 m ago
Great price for this card

Good find OP


Yes, raw write speed. See my comment after clicking on my link. It's not for everyone, but very demanding cameras need the extra speed and don't like standard u3 (despite being 4k capable). My camera Sony fdr-x1000v will not utilise the 100mbps bit rate with the Samsung. I own a few of the Samsung, and there fine for most things but only the extreme pro cards have the speeds required for the Sony. Other 4k cameras may not suffer this, but the Sony does. Benchmarks:


Is there much point/benefit to that card vs the Samsung Evo U3 A1 available from MyMemory for £24.99?


It'll work. Most important thing with DashCams is......many of them only take up to 32GB cards or will encounter errors periodically if you try larger capacity cards (I used 64GB cards in my G1W DashCam and when reviewed it would fairly frequently stop recording mid-journey....when I went back to 32GB cards and it's not happened again. Given the cost of the sandisk high endurance video monitoring cards, I'd sooner by a cheap one and in 2 years when it fails, get another. By then it will be even cheaper.


If more storage is required, 128GB version available for £37.49

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SanDisk Extreme SDHC UHS-1 memory card £8.75 in Tesco Failsworth (Manchester)
LocalLocalFound 23 h, 28 m agoFound 23 h, 28 m ago
For once I’ve found a deal in my local. There were 6 still on the shelf. There were also 64GB ones for around £33 and 128GB for around £44.

This is near me, ffs


so? op never posted them as a deal - just as a contrast to show how much cheaper this one is


The faster 'Extreme Pro'is cheaper from (64GB for £24.99)


Tesco are clearing out tons of stuff. I picked up a 4tb WD drive for £50 and a 2tb WD drive for £35 on Wednesday. If you are going for a random look to see what they might have, then fine. If you are going looking for this specific deal at this price then I wouldn't bother.


I do know that, but I'll still have a look as it's probably Tesco getting rid of old stock.

SanDisk Ultra Dual USB 3.0 to Micro USB OTG Flash Drive 150MB's - 128GB delivered £24.99 @ 7dayshop
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
+2.52% topcashback as well. Dual Connectors Bridge Phones, Tablets, and Computers With a micro-USB connector on one end, and a USB 3.0 connector on the other, this sleek, handy fl… Read more

I need a USB C one


USB 3.0 = 3.1 Gen 1 = >400GB/sec.


Should point out that the 150MB/s is read not write. It's funny how some manufacturers and vendors are afraid to specify the write speeds.


Will this fit a ZX81 as I've filled up the 16k memory ?


Yes, I don't need ridiculous speed (so I don't care for USB3.1) but I have an XZ1 which is USB-C, I use a dongle now with a normal USB-A stick for moving data on or off it.

SanDisk SSD PLUS 960 GB £161.26 @ Amazon
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
There's some cabal of ebuyer trolls doing the rounds today trying to push some crappy off-brand adata rubbish. You aren't welcome here. I've never heard of either and have no … Read more

Adata sx8200 is the 2nd best consumer NVME after the samsungs. SanDisk dont even make an NVME. Plus Sandisk controllers are known to poop their pants quite often.


What are you on about? - there is nothing wrong with the Adata drives. They are a well known branded SSD card manufacturer. Their drives are equal to this sandisk and a lot cheaper. I have a 480gb Sandisk SSD Plus and frankly it is my worst drive. Performance wise there is nothing to choose between any of these basic SSDs. Manufacturing wise the sandisk is the worst. It has very cheap fragile components.


Adata have been going for years. Make very good blank media


All ebuyer oddballs have been mutant-listed now. Good day and good riddance.


Not a great drive, as I understand it. Personally, I'd spend the extra tenner and get this: Comparison:

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SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB £39.87 @ Amazon
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
They just keep getting cheaper, don't they?

" They just keep getting cheaper, don't they? " They sure do - 12p over 33 months


Cant wait for black Friday at this rate... :D


Exactly. I found a Lenovo ThinkPad X61s in my drawer that was sluggish but with an SSD it's actually fine. It's lightweight, the chassis is tough and it has the decent keyboard before they ruined them on the later model ThinkPads. Still cheaper than a netbook! I prefer to recycle and reuse wherever I can as well.


All we need now is for RAM prices to drop and we can all start building again.


Yep this is a real cheap way to make old dogs become quite speedy machines again. I've just bunged one into a 9 year old Dell desktop and it makes the PC very usable. Anyone refusing to move to SSD has no sympathy from me :D For fun I stuck one in a 10 year old desktop and loaded XP which installed so fast and never felt so good (yes pedants, I know XP doesn't support trim and garbage and whatever else an SSD needs)

SanDisk SSD PLUS 480 GB up to 535 MB/s Sata III 2.5 inch Internal SSD at Amazon for £69.99
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
DURABLE DESIGN: SanDisk Solid State Drives have a durable solid design which is engineered to resist vibration and shock, helping to keep your data safe over time. ULTRA FAST: This… Read more

They wouldn’t budge so I’ve ordered this, they can have the other one back.


Me too, but that's been a while. Next milestone, £0.1 per GB! (a TB ssd for £100, yes please!)


I remember getting excited when SSDs finally dropped under £1 a gb!


They did it as a one time thing for me last week on the Kingston drive which was £7 cheaper the next day. At first the rep said they don't do that so I said I guess I'll have to buy again and return at the higher price and basically said bye. She immediately called back and said she'll see what she can do. Ultimately took a few minutes on hold while she spoke to a higher up to get the result. But she did repeatedly state it was a one time exception. Was ready to order at the cheaper price and return the more expensive one but didn't have to in the end.


It only took nearly 2 years to dip under what I paid for it!

SanDisk SSD PLUS 960 GB SSD - £171.31 Amazon
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Yet another SSD

Intel Optane? Yikes. Not too sure about that one. LinusTechTips did a video on it a while ago, you should check it out, the performance was massively underwhelming if I remember correctly, unless you have a specific use case for it.


I'm looking for a large ssd, too go with an Intel OPTANE 32 GB on a x470 build using StoreMI, so i wouldn't need the big drive be that fast, what would be a good drive to use, this? Or something else.


This is also not that good a price for a 960/1tb ssd. They can easily be bought for 150 or less, for instance this 960gb adata su650 for £140 here


If you are going to spend this amount of money on an SSD you might as well buy a good one - samsung or crucial. This is a very basic cheaply built drive. I have one and wouldn't buy a Sandisk again until they up their game. It uses older technology, no dram controller, less warranty, less total writes and weaker components than most of the other drives I have.

SanDisk ultra 128gb SDXC sd card £24.75 Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 15th AugFound 15th Aug
In the clearance isle in Baguley tesco, was 4 left about half hour ago, not a bad price, shame it's a full size one though..
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ammodevgun This is a better deal plus is U3 ideal for 4k and dslr media


(lol) That's one aspect that I need to contend with perhaps?, hahahahahahahahaha. :p BUT, in my own defense, that's also an aspect that often left out of the equation too?. (embarrassed) so there!. :{ Hehehehehe. :p but fair play to that though, lol. ;-) As long as it's there, then that's cool. :-D Has anybody else managed to pick one of these up for the same price? (but in London though?). :-)


It's written in my blurb, Baguley tesco, no specsavers local tho, :o


OP .. it would help if you mentioned as to the exact TESCO's Store you got it from though? (area, location, etc?), thanx.


Micro SD Cards + adapter, same spec or faster. orderable from the likes of Mymemory, 7dayshop etc For similar prices. What are the chances of finding this at this price in your local TESCO? Ridiculously hot.

Sandisk SSD Plus 480gb £72.89 (edit now £69.99) @ Amazon
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Same price at ebuyer :)

lowest price (within 5p) for both according to the camels:


For the £5 difference I'd buy the crucial. The Crucial is faster, better made, is larger and has a longer number of total writes and has a 5 year warranty.


There's blood in the water. These falling ssd prices are the mark of cheaper advanced storage coming in the next 12 months

Sandisk SSD Plus 480GB SATA III 2.5inch SSD £69.99 @ Ebuyer
Refreshed 16th AugRefreshed 16th Aug
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Price dropped another £3 now £69.99
Briefly on offer recently, now back down in price for this Sandisk SSD Plus 480GB - £72.89 delivered DURABLE DESIGN: SanDisk Solid State Drives have a durable solid … Read more
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to be honest I would hold out ssd drives are set to drop by a lot more yet


ANy deals on 1tb ones?


Posted this deal, but on Amazon if anyone wants a different retailer!


Mx500 also has 5 year warranty instead of 3


Good drive! Much better than the typical ssd on heat around here. And yes those MX500 are superb!

SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, U1
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Features Up to 256GB capacity. Up to 100MB/s transfer speeds Operating temperature: -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85ºC). Storage temperature: -40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC). Compati… Read more

Good deal, thanks for posting OP


Main use for me is to just store videos, pictures, secure documents and databases. I usually record FHD videos to my phone and then transfer them over to my SD card, but thanks for the heads up! :D


It's a u1. Should buy u3 for the current bunch of smartphones with 4k videos...

SanDisk Extreme PRO 128 GB Solid State Flash Drive, USB 3.1 £43.67 @ Amazon
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
One of the fastest USB memory sticks you can get! Read speeds of up to 420MB/s Write speeds of up to 380MB/s Not all USB3 memory sticks are created equal. (nerd)
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Answering my own question - I took a punt on this and pleased to say it does have sufficient random write performance to support Win2Go.


Bargain , i paid £79.99 for one back in March . Just ordered another one ...cheers OP


Thank you. I was looking at these last week. Nice size and speed on this stick also. Ordered one for myself and my brother.


Does anyone know if these are any good for Win2Go (i.e. to run Windows totally on the USB stick)? It's just that I have yet to find a stick (apart from the official Windows to Go certified sticks) that will perform decently. The Amazon link under Q&A shows someone provided results where the 4k random write speeds look promising, just it would be good to get some confirmation from someone who has actually used this exact model for running Windows 10. Alternatively, if anyone can recommend an alternate USB stick, then please let me know.


Can you provide a link for the 5TB external USB drive for £43.67 or less please? I'd like to take a look. (skeptical)

SanDisk Extreme PRO 256 GB SDXC Memory Card up to 95 MB/s,Class 10 - was £122.99 now £79.99 @ Amazon next day Delivery with Prime
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Hope this helps somebody. (y) Someday or next day with Prime. Product Description Our highest capacity SD UHS-I memory card yet delivers maximum speed for performance, reliabi… Read more
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I wouldn't risk getting that. Chances are someone returned a fake


Great price! Heat added, I think me having two 128GBs is better than one though, but this price is amazing!


There is one in the Amazon Warehouse for £64.67. Not worth doing a separate deal for though!


Heat. Paid just a little bit more on Black Friday a couple of years ago for a Lexar pro. 256gb one. Brilliant price!

Sandisk Cruzer Fit 32gb £6.31 Prime (£7.30 non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Cheapest it's ever been it seems. Also: for those without prime Music Magpie has reduced the price to £6.30 here:… Read more

Its easy enough to get prime for free.


Good price. But dare I say it, getting near the price of a 64GB stick - so you’d have to toss up between faster transfers and double the storage in this price range.


32GB USB 3.1 version available from for £7.99 (with 2% TCB).


Amazon has 100 million Prime subscribers worldwide. Amazon Prime is available in: United StatesUnited KingdomSpainJapanItalyGermanyFranceCanadaAustriaIndia Total population of above countries: 2,173,498,172. Total old enough to buy(use?) Prime: 1,608,388,647. I couldn't find the percentage of the world that is 18 or over, only 15 or over, which is 74%, so I'm using that. So around 1/16 people worldwide. "Prime subscriber" means *paying* member, so there will be many more who have Prime for free as part of household sharing. Average adults per household is a little below two, so perhaps anywhere up to 1/8 of adults have Prime access.


It does. I used it until the end of last year where the app store kept on prompting me to get Amazon Appstore, there was no point using it any more then.

SanDisk Ultra Fit 64 GB USB Flash Drive USB 3.0 up to 150 MB/s for Just £11.69 @ Amazon Prime / £16.64 non-Prime
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
High-speed USB 3.0 performance in a small, ultra-low-profile flash drive.Operating Temperature: 0 C to 35 C,Storage Temperature: -10 C to 70 C.Compatibility: USB 3.0 (backward comp… Read more



I've been using mine jammed into the metal thing. You'd think I'd order a better one now (:I


Has the heating been ID as a problem? I have one of these that runs 'quite hot' and thought it was off. However the last SD card I got (Samsung a few weeks ago from Amazon themselves) actually heated up my card reader quite a bit. So got me wondering if the heat is becoming a normal with memory.


Same thing happened to me. Now the actually PCB falls out.


Yes, got this and also the new updated black style which was meant to have cured the heating problem; The only time I find it does not heat so much is if it is plugged into a USB 2.0 Port.

SanDisk SSD Plus 480GB Scan Today Only - £74.48 (free C&C)
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
SanDisk SSD Plus 480GB, scan daily deal. Not a huge discount, but every little helps...! Looks like £83 on Amazon.

Quite possibly:


I think the AV forums offer is over, but the hexus one seems to still be good:


Kingston A400 480gb ssd £67.99 on amazon surely a better deal than this.


Or are members of AVForums or Hexus forums.


Would rather buy MX500 for £76.75 with 5 year warranty from Amazonπ=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=mx500+500gb&dpPl=1&dpID=51K4HDZVQzL&ref=plSrch

SanDisk 128 GB Ultra A1 Micro SD Card with Adapter (SDSQUAR-128G-GN6MA) Memory Card​, for £24.25, at Base
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SanDisk 128 GB Ultra A1 Micro SD Card with Adapter (SDSQUAR-128G-GN6MA) Memory Card, for £24.25, at Base. SanDisk 128GB Ultra 667x 100MB/s Class 10 Micro SD SDXC Memory Card. Ide… Read more

Fair enough, hmmmmmmmmmmmm. Well, maybe the Card Reader's you're using are dodgy/defective themselves perhaps? (who knows?). But yeh, use your Phone where necessary to do your 'whatevers' in the meantime ...


Yeah cant format it cant do anything with it with 2 diff card readers, but on my mobile it works, weird, cheers, will try to format it on my phone


Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, look's to me like you've got a currupted external 'Device' perhaps?. Software may/may not be able to 'sort it' ... Either try one of those dedicated Media Formatting Tool's (which can readily be downloaded off of the Internet by the bucket load for FREE!). OR, send it back to 'source' for either an exchange, or a refund, etc?. The choice is now yours ...


yes, went to admin tools, pc could see it but said it was unavailable, couldnt assign a letter to it or format it


I wasn't asking a question, just saying it is still active.

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