so annoying, i wanted one but ended up getting a cheaper non endurance one because these were expensive
All Micro SDXC Discounts, Offers and Sale - November 2018
U3, that’s unusual for this size/cost. Means it should write fast enough for 4K video.
looking for Nintendo switch storage. does this fit the bill? thanks
According to the spec's these cards should work but if still in doubt, check the link for full memory requirements. https://havecamerawilltravel.com/gopro/memory-cards-gopro-hero6-black/ (highfive)
Great card bought one a few weeks ago, never had a problem with Integral stuff
Can anyone guide me to a 128gb. That would work in a Gopro hero 6. Bought a couple and neither worked.
Expired £10.95 Now.
How do I get the 99p delivery?
Seems to have gone up in price - now 10.95 . ?
Great deal. Are these good for dashcams?
with its A1 rating i hope it will serve good for use as adoptable memory (skeptical)
Very unlikely. MyMemory's own product. Should be a safe buy, and it has lifetime warranty.
Is this legit? I mean..any possibility of being a chinese copy or something?
This card was £2 cheaper for last 2 days with 10% off code for Mymemory products ;)
How do you tell if it is fake
a lot of negative comments on this compay, have used the a couple of times and they been fine both on delivey and the quality of the item.
Buy through PAYPAL, if its fake PayPal will refund, but at this price to good to miss ..
Wow! They have colours for SD cards now? Chestnut red!
My apologies, I have edited my post
Great price, but I did pay £20 for it a few weeks ago from Amazon....
This deal is for Amazon, not picstop. Heat from me.
a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.thanks for taking the time to post your deal.heat added :)
Don’t buy from this website unless you love wasting your time
Oh what a big boy
Although I somewhat use trusted pilot as a reference you can't always fully trust it, Trusted Pilot is not always accurate, I mean sure when something goes wrong many will likely complain there's an issue, but how many go online and leave reviews that their experience was good? Alot less I imagine. Unhappy customers are more likely to leave unhappy reviews on that site than happy. Look at John Lewis and Partners, they are rated even worse and I have had no problems with them, not even once over the years, neither has a few family members.
I have ordered lots of things from Zapals in the past but recently they have gone right down the pan with less than 20% of orders being delivered. PayPal refund OK but I'll not be using them again. No problems with Gearbest, AliExpress and Dresslily.
I think Zapals should be banned from this site, surely any site which doesn’t send stock and doesn’t respond to PayPal, doesn’t deserve to have custom given to it from a great site like this?
Now or Black Friday? Decisions, decisions....
I cry when I see these prices, got mine for £90
I bought one of these grim their ebay branch and its working great in my LG v20. And before anyone chirps up asking about if these are genuine blah blah, I ran a couple of tests on mine and it passed with flying colours
Voted hot u3 speed
I see the HUKD fake card censorship team have been busy...
Um, think I will pass...
I'll give you all £10 if these are genuine products... .... That statement is as genuine as these memory cards will be
Ok so trustpilot HERE gives 1/5 based on 30 reviews so im not sure :/
I don't know the seller and if they are trustworthy? Anyone have experience? Unfortunately have had fake SD cards from China before so always a little wary. However this seller also has the 200GB Sandisk Ultra micro SD up at 23.93 which hit 1000 degrees at £32 so this is a massive deal if real (HERE) Op - I would suggest posting the 200gb one as you found the deal and i don't want to steal your thunder...
I got this one, much better and stable. https://www.mymemory.co.uk/sandisk-128gb-ultra-micro-sd-card-sdxc-uhs-i-a1-adapter-100mb-s.html
Looks great. Would this be worth it for a Raspberry Pi in comparison to SanDisk 128 GB Ultra A1 from Base.com?
Any idea why? Looking at a cars for my switch and not sure which is best!
Back in stock
Better to use high endurance cards in a dash cam.
£17.99 at Base https://www.base.com/buy/product/kingston-canvas-select-128-gb-micro-sdxc-memory-card-class-10-uhs-i-u1-sdcs-128gb-sd-adapter/dgc-sdcs_128gb.htm
Doesn't mean you need to comment on every single deal with an SD Card. They are fine for most people's needs
Oh no! Good deal though, voted hot from me :)
I think I have a mental block with Sandisk silver/red cards (though I posted a Deal for a 128GB silver/red MicroSD that's £18.89 from Pitstop, also, here). It's the first, and only, card I've had to RMA to the manufacturer and it failed on me after just over a year - this was a few years ago. Hopefully Sandisk have resolved whatever issues they were having. I just broke my phone's MicroSD card in a USB card reader tonight - d'oh!
I have so many of these , so only buy fast speed now
I was somehow expecting this comment... :/
Ive had the same (class 10), 32Gb sandisk card in my A118 dashcam for just over 4 years now On average, It records around 3 hours of 1080p footage a week, and on every occasion its been checked, has never missed a beat frame I think 3 hours worth just about fills the card, so that's just over 210 total rewrites so far, not that many when you think about it, & hardly a reason to spend double on one of those high endurance cards. I suppose If you were using it to record 24 hour video surveillance, then a high endurance might be considered
Might be overkill. Also, you might want to go for the high read/write cycle cards that are dedicated to the task of dashcamming
Just to double check, this OK for a dash cam. Thanks
Soon the micro SD Card will be physically to small to show all those icons...
Ah ok thanks, I'm looking for one of these for a Galaxy Tab S4, was considering Sandisk or Samsung Evo..
Thank you ordered... It works a treat in my GoPro (y)
Celebrity Death Match anyone?, hehehehehehehe. :-D
Not just the speed to be honest with you ... But more importantly than that, the quality of the card is as well, basically?. :-) But in answer to your question, then yes, it would be fine (by the looks of it).
Would this be a good card for a DJI mavic air with a 4K camera? I read somewhere that the speed of the card is important. Thanks.
Thanks ordered,needed for a dash cam, heat added
"couldn't justify why retail card prices so expensive". Greater overheads all round basically?, eg. staff, rent, business rent, VAT, etc, etc. Not every Company has these 'headaches' to begin with? (especially the online/virtual one's ... ) As such they're able to therefore more competitively compete with ANYTHING the High Street has to offer of the same. How/why you think that Amazon was able to get sooooooooo big, AND so rich in the first place sooooooooo fast like that? (from a point in time of literally thin air? - and for ironically selling the exact same products as well also ... lol).
i saw these at £40 last week and couldn't justify why retail card prices so expensive
Thanks OP. Got last one in Manchester.
Buy all of them and sell on ebay for £15 and share the link please. Then it's a deal.
"grabbed a copy but loads left at lunch time at least". You are kidding me man?. :-D The next person that followed after you there would have blatantly grabbed 10-20 of the very same thing, and ... Well, let's just say, the remainder of this Weekend, eBay will end up being a wee bit BUSIER than it's been on these same things for a while?, hehehehe.
Blimey. Cheapest 128GB microSD yet!
Got the last one in Thornaby
Same in Bishop Auckland too.. grabbed a copy but loads left at lunch time at least
Sold out in Asda Crewe :-(
A card that allows you to make payments in other currencies without charging you conversion or service charges. Examples: revolut, Halifax clarity, etc
Hi, what's a fee card
Any deals on a 512gb micro sd card
Stressful day at work?
I have no idea whether this is a good memory card, or whether it's a good price for a memory card... but I do have a question: why is this deal in the PS4 category? As far as I'm aware it's not in any way compatible with a PS4, so why tag it in the PS4 category?... I'm sure if people want alerts for memory cards they'll set an alert for memory cards, better to keep deals relevant to the section(s) they are posted in.
Doesn't buy £40 card because it's not as good as a £200 card. Well done Sherlock.
Tinfoil hat purchased
It is not so much the data itself that people are worried about losing. I couldn't really care if someone random thief found my phone and looked through the photos on the SD card. I very much doubt a thief on the street is going to compile the data on my phone/SD card and upload it on a dark web forum and try to sell it there. Professional hackers on the other hand are uploading and selling vast amounts of people's data stolen from internet companies all the time. It's a business for them. It's a completely different security risk for users. The problem is these cloud services store far more data, names, addresses, debit/credit card numbers, email address logins and passwords, information about which websites you visit, GPS coordinates, all of that together more than enough to steal your identity (and e.g. take out credit in your name) or break into your bank account. Of course it is a weakness in google's security! The compromised code was inside apps on google's own app store, and then infected and ran without any detection on google's android operating system It would not be anywhere near as effective on 200GB of locally stored data, only available for hackers to access over your mobile internet/wifi connection. Do you think someone could easily transfer that much data over your mobile data connection and wifi without you noticing? How about downloading it from google's own servers? Which is a better target for hackers? It's no surprise that the compromised apps simply stole google account logins and passwords rather than extracting data directly from the compromised phones. And the first link, google+ is being closed down because of a security bug that was discovered in 2015 and only made public in March this year (!), and only then to beat the GDPR coming into effect in May, saving Google a fine of 2% of their annual revenue. We don't even have any details of exactly what the flaw was. How many hacks like this are going on at internet giants every day that we don't know about, either covered up or simply not noticed? I used to run a small website, and it was under attack 24 hours a day, and that was just looking at the http access logs. That's the logs from one program (apache http server) running on one server, just one of many other running services on that one server that could and almost certainly were being attempted to be exploited. And there was no private data on this server at all, it was about a small a target as you can imagine, probably only targeted to try to use it as a server for sending spam email or something.
Thanks for repliy
Coming up as £40+ for me
Ordered. Thanks. Note, final price for me was £36.26. (y)
Can't believe I missed it :(
Nice! I just bought 2x 200GB for the price that I payed for a single 200gb only weeks ago.
Yeah, I got one too. Had to use some sort of student promotion to get it to £23
These things are getting cheaper by the minute again ... Goooood!. :-)
Think there 2 last week and another one yesterday, there Flash Offers so just need to jump on them on the same day. Having said that dont normally use Quidco, TCB normally for me.
Is that Quidco £2.50 thing still on?, as would be kinda handy for me + others too, etc, lol. :-) Thanx.
Thanks, got one for £6.80 by going through Quidco with there £2.50 Flash Bonus plus 2% CB.
What's the difference between the OP's SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC card, and a normal/standard SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC card?, thanx.