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Amazon has 128GB Sandisk Ultra UHS-I microSDXC Memory Card w/ Adapter (SDSQUAR-128G-GN6MA) on sale for $22.50. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks ZecbS
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Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s**
Rated A1 for faster app performance3 and UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback1
Shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray-proof2

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All time low according to camel.
The price graph also shows the price gradually declining , so this isn't so much super sale randomly more just part of consistent drop
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Just had this one die on me in my Nintendo Switch. I also had some trouble with a 64GB Sandisk a few years ago.

Normally i'd say that's fine for $23, but data loss really sucks.
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Same here, I'll pay a few extra bucks and get a Samsung
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All time low according to camel.
The price graph also shows the price gradually declining , so this isn't so much super sale randomly more just part of consistent drop
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Just had this one die on me in my Nintendo Switch. I also had some trouble with a 64GB Sandisk a few years ago.

Normally i'd say that's fine for $23, but data loss really sucks.
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sandisks are the only cards thats failed on me as well, these ultra cards
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sandisks are the only cards thats failed on me as well, these ultra cards
Same here, I'll pay a few extra bucks and get a Samsung
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That's not a 100mb it's 10mb ain't it or did l research wrong
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That's not a 100mb it's 10mb ain't it or did l research wrong
Prob (up to)100 read, 10 write...
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Yeah it's a u1, so 10MB. If It were me Id go for a Samsung evo select 128 GB for $29 on Amazon, which is a u3 card, up to 30 mb vs 10 with this one. So essentially 3x the speed of the one listed here. But good find none the less.
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Just got a 64g Samsung U3 at 15 from Amazon which fulfills my need for 4k video.
This might be good enough if u r only taking Full HD.
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sandisk is not what it used to be years ago, I have seen these sds fail in my phone and friends phones more than a couple of times, and its a pain to recover your data. Not worth the headache. Knock on the wood, havent had or heard of that experience with samsung SDs yet.
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Distressing to read all your comments about Sandisk ultra cards failing weeks after I bought a 400gb card off an earlier deal.

And the user above is right...data loss is a pain.
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yeah i don't mess with SanDisk unless it's the extreme pro version
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Yeah it's a u1, so 10MB. If It were me Id go for a Samsung evo select 128 GB for $29 on Amazon, which is a u3 card, up to 30 mb vs 10 with this one. So essentially 3x the speed of the one listed here. But good find none the less.
I've had U1 cards outperform U3 cards by double on write speed, so those ratings are really just guaranteed minimum. It's finding those cards that outperform their spec that are the best deals. Sandisks rarely ever do.
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