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Amazon has SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapters on sale:

64GB [amazon.com] $8.99
128GB [amazon.com] $15.49
200GB [amazon.com] $24.99
256GB [amazon.com] $29.99
400GB [amazon.com] $46.55

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Don't buy SD cards from Amazon. Products are intermingled meaning all 'fulfilled by amazon' sellers including amazon.com mix their stock together. There is no way to guarantee that the product is sold directly by amazon.com. You would be playing fake SD card roulette.
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You might not know until way after the return date. That's what happened to me when I got a fake card. Didn't know until 9 months later when it stopped working because I had filled up the 16 gb that it really had available instead of the 128 gb it was supposed to be. Amazon didn't want to do anything since it was past the return date. Didn't even care that they sold me a fake card. Buy from Best Buy or B&H instead.
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I've been burned a few times on "Amazon" SD and microSD cards. I was refunded each time but who wants to deal with the aggravation? I don't buy them on Amazon anymore.

I use FakeFlashTest [majorgeeks.com] to check cards.
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Don't buy SD cards from Amazon. Products are intermingled meaning all 'fulfilled by amazon' sellers including amazon.com mix their stock together. There is no way to guarantee that the product is sold directly by amazon.com. You would be playing fake SD card roulette.
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[eye roll] I'll take my chances - it's Amazon, if I don't like it I'll return it.
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[eye roll] I'll take my chances - it's Amazon, if I don't like it I'll return it.
You might not know until way after the return date. That's what happened to me when I got a fake card. Didn't know until 9 months later when it stopped working because I had filled up the 16 gb that it really had available instead of the 128 gb it was supposed to be. Amazon didn't want to do anything since it was past the return date. Didn't even care that they sold me a fake card. Buy from Best Buy or B&H instead.
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You might not know until way after the return date. That's what happened to me when I got a fake card. Didn't know until 9 months later when it stopped working because I had filled up the 16 gb that it really had available instead of the 128 gb it was supposed to be. Amazon didn't want to do anything since it was past the return date. Didn't even care that they sold me a fake card. Buy from Best Buy or B&H instead.
I think the useful advice would be to just make sure to test them day one
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Wish these were U3 or V30
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Don't buy SD cards from Amazon. Products are intermingled meaning all 'fulfilled by amazon' sellers including amazon.com mix their stock together. There is no way to guarantee that the product is sold directly by amazon.com. You would be playing fake SD card roulette.
Agreed. It's happened to me before. Bought directly from amazon too. Looked virtually identical to the real thing. Even showed the correct amount of memory when plugged into the computer. Amazon didn't want to do a damn thing about it. They couldn't care less that they were selling fake memory cards. They look the other way because a sale is a sale to them.
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I think the useful advice would be to just make sure to test them day one
Or not buy from a company willing to sell fake products.

Look I can't totally avoid them either but it angers me that Amazon is such a big company that they get away with selling fake product. And people don't care.
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I've been burned a few times on "Amazon" SD and microSD cards. I was refunded each time but who wants to deal with the aggravation? I don't buy them on Amazon anymore.

I use FakeFlashTest [majorgeeks.com] to check cards.
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I think the useful advice would be to just make sure to test them day one
Everyone preaches about testing them but how about linking to software or an article on how to do so?
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For $1 more you can get Samsung EVO Select (U3) with 3x write speed
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I went to target and they price matched. Plus got an extra 5% off with my red card.
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Everyone preaches about testing them but how about linking to software or an article on how to do so?
H2testw to fill up the card, if it fails before it's full there is a problem. Use an adapter on a 3.0 drive to get better readings than a sd slot on your computer.

Also run Crystal disk Mark/Info too to run passes over it.
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