32G Sandisk ULTRA MicroSD for $16 at MSY (+delivery or click and collect) vs. $29+ elsewhere

32G Sandisk ULTRA MicroSD  for $16 at MSY (+delivery or click and collect) vs. $29+ elsewhere

Was looking for a microSD card and found the 32GB Sandisk one at MYS a lot cheaper than anywhere else. It's $16, you can choose to get it delivered or reserve online and go to the nearest store to pay and collect it.

Prices start from $29 at Officeworks, JB Hi-Fi, and Kogan (without shipping) so basically you save $13 which works out at 45% off. Harvey Norman and The Good Guys have it for $29.95.

Features:

Class 10 Speed Rating for Seamless Full HD Video
The SanDisk Ultra UHS-I card features a Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) rating the highest video performance available for recording uninterrupted Full HD** video.

Flawless App Performance
This card can retrieve stored data almost instantly thanks to its up to 30MB/s read capability and fast bus interface. TheSanDisk Ultra microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I cards offer faster app loading and smoother more fluid app performance.

Android App for Easy File Management
The included SanDisk Memory Zone app** lets you easily view access and backup all of your digital files from your phone's memory additional memory card and cloud service all in one convenient place. Using the app you can easily move files from your card to a number of cloud storage services.

Durable Design
SanDisk Ultra UHS-I memory cards can capture memories from -13 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit with a shockproof waterproof and X-ray-proof design. Your mobile device may not survive but your SanDisk memory cardwill.

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  • vikk
    I think they've got pretty decent deals on other Sandisk MicroSD cards as well * 64G Sandisk ULTRA MicroSD for $30 * 32G Sandisk EXTREME MicroSD for $29 * 128G Sandisk ULTRA MicroSD for $77
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  • SuperM
    That's a good price on the 32GB Ultra MicroSD, I definitely paid over $20 for mine when I saw them on sale last at PC Byte. Use it in my GoPro and works perfectly so the write speeds seem fine for HD recording (in case anyone's wondering about getting one for this purpose).
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  • lal
    SuperM
    That's a good price on the 32GB Ultra MicroSD, I definitely paid over $20 for mine when I saw them on sale last at PC Byte. Use it in my GoPro and works perfectly so the write speeds seem fine for HD recording (in case anyone's wondering about getting one for this purpose).
    $15.95 delivered @ PC Byte eBay: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/SanDisk-Ultra-32GB-micro-SD-SDHC-80MB-s-Class-10-Mobile-Storage-Memory-Card-32G-/151631763919?hash=item234df519cf:g:~Z8AAOSwx-9Wy8Nw
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  • SuperM
    Huh, nice spotting lal. That's an excellent delivery-included price!
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  • S66
    Has anyone tried the no name ones on ebay for $6? http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/High-Speed-32GB-SD-TF-Digital-Flash-Memory-Card-Class10-UHS-1-Adapter-Gift-MP3-/131566592035?hash=item1ea1fae023:g:acIAAOSweW5VMMi0 http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/32GB-Micro-SD-TF-Secure-HI-Speed-Memory-Card-Class10-Novelty-Adapter-Mini-Gift-/301712999052?hash=item463f7f028c:g:wRYAAOSwrklVdkSc
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  • Donkey
    No but in my experience of SD cards the only noticeable difference between the generic end and the branded end is whether they actually achieve their published write speed and how long they last before suddenly dying. Branded have fared better in both respects for me. I've been using the 32gb and 64gb version of this Sandisk card in GPS's and phones for the last 2.5 years and so far no problems with either read / write speed and longevity.
    Edited By: Donkey on 2016/04/22 01:09:12: s
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