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PM @ OD and buy with your stash of OD Rewards from last month's ink recycling promo.
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Very bad reviews for 1667x card. Will stick to UHS-I cards from SanDisk for now.
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Lots of reports of fake cards
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Micron sold off Lexmark. Quality is non-existent in their products now. Check recent reviews. Not worth even $5.
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Not sure how or if this helps, but I've had a Lexar SDXC Class 10 Pro 1000X 128GB. It failed to be recognized after 3 years of casual use. Lexar's support was happy to pay me back in full purchasing price from 3 years ago so I was able to purchase a brand new sd card from Sandisk with better performance at a cheaper price due to time difference.
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Micron sold off Lexmark. Quality is non-existent in their products now. Check recent reviews. Not worth even $5.
You have fat fingers. I think you meant to type Lexar Stick Out Tongue
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If you value your data and care about customer service and warranty, only use Sandisk cards
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Not sure how or if this helps, but I've had a Lexar SDXC Class 10 Pro 1000X 128GB. It failed to be recognized after 3 years of casual use. Lexar's support was happy to pay me back in full purchasing price from 3 years ago so I was able to purchase a brand new sd card from Sandisk with better performance at a cheaper price due to time difference.
do you need to provide the invoice? I have 3 Lexar 64gb class 10. all 3 failed in less than 14 months. but I don't know where the invoice for warranty.
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If you value your data and care about customer service and warranty, only use Sandisk cards
Not even the Samsung deal?
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SanDisk seems to have the best and easiest warranty process. Many of their cards have 10year or lifetime warranties.
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do you need to provide the invoice? I have 3 Lexar 64gb class 10. all 3 failed in less than 14 months. but I don't know where the invoice for warranty.
MusicSharkdo you need to provide the invoice? I have 3 Lexar 64gb class 10. all 3 failed in less than 14 months. but I don't know where the invoice for warranty.
They will ask for a proof of purchase. In my case I've bought them online so a screenshot of the purchase confirmation email worked for them.
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My micro SD card from Lexar (in my mobile) got corrupted last week after 2 yrs of use. Any reliable recovery software? JPG repair tool?

I used to buy exclusively Lexar CF cards for my DSLR and they still work well. Looks like their quality has deteriorated over time.
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These are terrible. If you are thinking about 4K recording or high burst rate forgot these. If you are just taking random pictures they'll be perfect for you.
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