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[Amazon Canada] Sandisk High Endurance micro SD card 32 ($19) and 64gb ($30)

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[Amazon Canada] Sandisk High Endurance micro SD card 32 ($19) and 64gb ($30)

Was just flipping around on my Amazon wish list and just noticed the Sandisk HIGH ENDURANCE micro SD card are on sale

32gb is $19 and the 64gb is $30

This Micro SD card is ideal for dash cams and home monitoring cameras and is for applications involving high endurance so PLEASE DO NOT POST for those who are about to post that they can find cheaper per GB costs. It's not the same thing.

You can also use Ebates and get an additional % rebate.

I think this is a great price so get them while they're still in stock.
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mostly third party sellers though.

Amazon sells that 32gb at $20.99, 64gb at $30.59
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Warm deal... the price for this card has been $19.99 for all of December 2018, spiked up artificially and now back down to regular price.
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dr wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2019 11:20 am
Warm deal... the price for this card has been $19.99 for all of December 2018, spiked up artificially and now back down to regular price.
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I think the "normal" price for the 32gb was in the mid/high $20's and the 64gb was in the $40 range. I think these prices are near the lows and recent lows.

Personally, depending on the price differential (32gb vs 64gb vs 128gb) and your needs I think 32gb is OK because these things sometimes do fail and if they do you have less money invested in it so you just buy another one.
If you buy a 128gb card you pay a lot more upfront and yes in theory there should be less read/writes which should mean it lasts longer but it's not always the case and if it isn't in your case you lose a lot more initial $ invested.

If you're Amazon PRIME you can access the almost the same price as the third party seller.
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gr8dlr wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2019 11:30 am
Personally, depending on the price differential (32gb vs 64gb vs 128gb) and your needs I think 32gb is OK because these things sometimes do fail and if they do you have less money invested in it so you just buy another one.
If you buy a 128gb card you pay a lot more upfront and yes in theory there should be less read/writes which should mean it lasts longer but it's not always the case and if it isn't in your case you lose a lot more initial $ invested.

If you're Amazon PRIME you can access the almost the same price as the third party seller.
Haha, I use these for my dash cams and IP cameras. Amazon Prime same-day shipping & easy returns is great.

If you can wait, they're regularly $20 shipped from Hong Kong from eBay: https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_nkw=san ... ce&_sop=15

You can also get Samsung PRO endurance cards sooner with Fasttech's ePacket delivery (5 business days) for ~$26: https://www.fasttech.com/search?high%20endurance

The gold standard endurance microsd card is from Transcend, but they're pricier at $36: https://www.amazon.ca/Transcend-Informa ... B01BDKTQY6
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Jan 22nd, 2019 11:38 am
Haha, I use these for my dash cams and IP cameras. Amazon Prime same-day shipping & easy returns is great.

If you can wait, they're regularly $20 shipped from Hong Kong from eBay: https://www.ebay.ca/sch/i.html?_nkw=san ... ce&_sop=15

You can also get Samsung PRO endurance cards sooner with Fasttech's ePacket delivery (5 business days) for ~$26: https://www.fasttech.com/search?high%20endurance

The gold standard endurance microsd card is from Transcend, but they're pricier at $36: https://www.amazon.ca/Transcend-Informa ... B01BDKTQY6
I don't have Amazon PRIME so i'd be SOL.

Never heard of Fasttech nor am I comfortable thinking I can get something from them or Ebay seller overseas and thru Canada Customs in 5 days!
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minducanada wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2019 11:15 am
mostly third party sellers though.

Amazon sells that 32gb at $20.99, 64gb at $30.59
64gb at $31.27 now....sighhhh amazon
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Ordered 3 of the 64 gig cards for dashcams. I usually buy the non-endurance cards and swap them out yearly, but I'll give these a shot.
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When I had my old camera (max 32GB), I bought from B&H in the USA - ended up buying a quantity to get free shipping etc.

B&H has the 64GB pretty cheap too - gotta do the calculations to figure out if it's worth buying from the USA:
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/ ... video.html

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t3359 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2019 4:24 pm
When I had my old camera (max 32GB), I bought from B&H in the USA - ended up buying a quantity to get free shipping etc.

B&H has the 64GB pretty cheap too - gotta do the calculations to figure out if it's worth buying from the USA:
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/ ... video.html

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I doubt buying anything from the states right now is worth it, shipping + 1.3/1.4 exchange rate is going to kill any small value orders.
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lubs2001 wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2019 11:18 am
Pretty good pricing.

I've been on the hunt for a good deal for a 128 gb high endurance card. Best I've found so far is the Samsung Pro Endurance 128 gb for $65 and FS at NewEgg.ca. I'm holding out for cheaper.

https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.a ... 6820147697
Adata Premier Pro and Silicon Power High Endurance are also designed for dash camera and video recording use.
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gr8dlr wrote:
Jan 22nd, 2019 11:30 am
I think the "normal" price for the 32gb was in the mid/high $20's and the 64gb was in the $40 range. I think these prices are near the lows and recent lows.

Personally, depending on the price differential (32gb vs 64gb vs 128gb) and your needs I think 32gb is OK because these things sometimes do fail and if they do you have less money invested in it so you just buy another one.
If you buy a 128gb card you pay a lot more upfront and yes in theory there should be less read/writes which should mean it lasts longer but it's not always the case and if it isn't in your case you lose a lot more initial $ invested.

If you're Amazon PRIME you can access the almost the same price as the third party seller.
It has been this price +/- $2 for the last couple months. Probably the new norm.

If you do a quick search you'll see these cards have been posted quite often in the last couple months at these prices. Not sure why their all in expired deals because the prices haven't moved much.
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Too bad there's no software that has been created to tell you the integrity of a micro SD card as is and how many writes it has left.

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