dealssandisk 16gb micro sdhc card with adapter from…

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Amazon has it for around the same price (slightly more). SanDisk is the brand you want for memory cards though, and Class 4 is pretty sweet for MicroSD. Probably fast enough for anything you could possibly be putting this in. Good deal.

http://www.amazon.com/Sandisk-16GB-MicroSDHC-Memory-Class/dp/B001F7AJKI/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1327817517&sr=8-7

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Good Price but I don't like the site. I ordered the Sock Monkeys and they sent me normal screaming monkeys. I had to argue with them and send them pictures of both types of monkeys before they admitted they had made a mistake. You would think they would have let me keep the wrong monkeys after they sent the correct ones but they wanted them back.

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Any other feedback on overhalf sale? I'm in the market for one of these, but I remember a similar sponsored deal had some issues with people getting slower generic cards than they ordered. That may not have been micro sdhc cards, but still similar enough that I'd like to be sure I can trust the retailer before I order.

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@equazcion: That Amazon link comes up as $9.67 for me. Other than shipping (and I could always find something to get free shipping at Amazon), I don't see why someone wouldn't buy from Amazon - it's cheaper and more reputable.

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@tsfisch: Random sellers come up at random times when you hit an Amazon page. All the deals for this item come to around $15 when you combine with shipping.

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@equazcion: Ah, I completely overlooked that it wasn't directly from Amazon. Thanks for the clarification.

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Although I'd go for a 32 gb card at this point (street price $30), it's a good price for a 16.

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@panthiest: I did order this card from them and I got a Sans disk card. Or at least that what it says on it. It didn't come in a retail package, it was loose in the box.

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Still waiting for the 32g microSD, I know it is going to be here soon. I hope, but yes this is a good price....

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Contrary to what was stated earlier, "Class 4" is not "sweet." It's too slow for video as I learned the hard way recently (the video skips every few seconds). Class 6 is barely acceptable; and I bought Class 10 to be safe. If you're only taking photos this card is a pretty good deal.

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@traveldez, there are 32gb micros on the market atm. I've only seen decent deals on them at Newegg though.

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Some android phones have trouble with anything above Class 6. Class 4 is pretty slow so class 6 is your best bet. I have no trouble with my class 6 and HD video on my Motorola Atrix 2. Amazon has a class 6 16gb for $13.39 and free shipping. The seller is rated 100% in the last year with over 100,000 ratings.
http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-microSDHC-Memory-SDSDQ-016G-Packaging/dp/B001L1H0SC/ref=dp_cp_ob_e_title_2

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@mdmoose: unfortunately I was wrong, that's a class 4 as well.

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Class 4 is okay for phones or MP3 players, where you don't need fast write speed (and, with flash, read speed is always faster, which is what you're doing more with those kinds of devices).
For higher end photography or video, though, stick with class 6, or class 10 if you can find it. Otherwise, you're waiting a long time between taking pictures, or you're going to have to dial down the quality of the video you're shooting.

trek988, I hope you made THEM pay for the return shipping on the incorrect item? No way you should have to!

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@lloydmerriam: Class 4 is just fine. What you may have bought was a card that doesn't perform up to "Class 4". I have a couple of Sandisk and off-brand cards that say "Class 4" and even "Class 10" but only perform barely as Class 4.

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If you're shooting video from a dedicated device, you're probably better off buying class 6. If you're shooting from an Android phone/etc., you can get away with this (the included Samsung microSD in my Evo Shift rates as a Class 4, and shoots 720p video fine)

@ramesharon: that doesn't include the $5 worth of shipping, making that deal a non-starter for most tech shoppers.

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Is it strange that the microSD is over twice the size than the adapter?

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@panthiest: I have ordered from this site in the past, including this card in the past, and if you don't order it with a separately sold case for another $.99 (which is on this deal as well when you go to buy it), it will come loose, not in a case. I received a SanDisk 16gb class 4 card from them and it's fine. Other items I have ordered from these guys have also been fine. Shipping is a little slow, but if you don't need it in a rush, that's ok too. Overall, happy with their site, but also haven't had any issues, so I can't speak for how good customer service would be if you had a problem. I don't know how that experience would be.

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How is this considered a good deal? Sears just had 32gb micro sd cards for $13.00 after tax and shipping and they were class 6. They're a well known company, and that deal only got a score of 61 before it was RIPed from the site. How does this score over 250?

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@mrbarister: While I can't speak for Woot, I just searched the entire Sears site and could not find that price for any 32gb microSD card. If you could please post the link, that would be appreciated. If it no longer exists, maybe that's why it was removed from Woot. Not trying to start with anyone, just looking logically at why it was removed. I would have liked to see that deal. Thanks.

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@trek988: in situations like the one in your post, it's best to let your credit card company deal with the seller that sent a wrong item if they don't fix it immediately to your satisfaction after your first communication with the seller about the mistake.

Thanks for the helpful info, I absolutely refuse to deal with internet retailers that don't fix their mistakes immediately, so I now know to avoid these guys.

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@ramesharon: most phones come with an 8gb card these days, so 4gb is useless for most people.

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@jetssb3: Of course the deal no longer exists; that's what mrbarister said. The point was that it didn't score nearly as high while it was alive and kicking... the probable reasons being that (a) it wasn't one of the five sponsored links of the day, and therefore didn't get as much exposure, (b) it didn't last very long, and (c) it was from a relatively unknown manufacturer, not SanDisk. Regardless, it was at http://deals.woot.com/deals/details/64c609cb-aa33-4b31-a539-d809bf68129a/empire-motorola-32-gb-microsdhc-class-6-flash-memory-card

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@shmuel510: Sorry, I misunderstood the comment then, as I took RIPed from the site as removed from Woot, not that the deal was dead, based on the context of the post. I was just stating a point that I would have liked to have seen it. You provided the Woot posting and I appreciate that. I wish I would have seen it at the time it was available. I also appreciate your reasoning as to why it didn't get as high of a rating. Thank you for the clarification, although the sarcasm in your first sentence wasn't necessary.