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[Amazon.ca] Samsung high endurance 64gb card for dash cams $26.51, $30.49 shipped

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[Amazon.ca] Samsung high endurance 64gb card for dash cams $26.51, $30.49 shipped

Good card working in my thinkware f800 since Christmas. Only $26.50??
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Sold by 3rd party but Fulfilled by Amazon
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blazer7 wrote: Sold by 3rd party but Fulfilled by Amazon
Is that suspicious? Means it's probably a fake right?
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blazer7 wrote: Sold by 3rd party but Fulfilled by Amazon
Yup, still 100% returnable though.
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Chris9446 wrote: Is that suspicious? Means it's probably a fake right?
Mine that I bought in december certainly wasn't, unless the seller has changed. At anyrate as I said covered by amazon. Seller seems to have good and numerous reviews as well. By it copy a 50 gb of files to it, if fails send it back. No thinkware errors on mine yet and thinkware cams are fussy with bad cards.
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No need for “high endurance” card for Dashcam.
I’ve had an adata microsd card for years now in 2 of my dashcam, it’s been 5 years, been through the heat and cold. Still working great! *knock on wood*
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blazer7 wrote: Sold by 3rd party but Fulfilled by Amazon
Chris9446 wrote: Is that suspicious? Means it's probably a fake right?
Not any more... Sold and shipped by 3rd party seller now.
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yhap2003 wrote: No need for “high endurance” card for Dashcam.
I’ve had an adata microsd card for years now in 2 of my dashcam, it’s been 5 years, been through the heat and cold. Still working great! *knock on wood*
"No need for seat belts in cars. I've never worn it in 2 of my cars, it's been 5 years and still not dead! *knock on wood*"

Jokes aside, $30 is nothing for even just a little added protection. Last thing you need is to pull the card after an accident and find corrupt recordings.
That said if anyone buys from a third party seller, make sure to run a h2testw before you put it into service.
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It can have legit 64GB on it but how do we know it's from Samsung. Maybe it's some chinese non high endurance 64gb relabled and packaged as Samsung high endurance without Samsung NAND flash chips. Seems a bit of a stretch but plausible. Conspiracy
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yhap2003 wrote: No need for “high endurance” card for Dashcam.
I’ve had an adata microsd card for years now in 2 of my dashcam, it’s been 5 years, been through the heat and cold. Still working great! *knock on wood*
I used to work for a retailer that sells Adata, Kingston and Samsung microSD cards. I've noticed that about 4 out of 10 of those get returned for exchange. Samsung almost never although it might be due to lesser purchase volumes cuz Kingstons are like 1/10. Adata's SSD's are also popular but I'd never use it either. Same reason.

Sorry I ruined it for some of you. I know they're super cheap.
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Audra2202 wrote: I used to work for a retailer that sells Adata, Kingston and Samsung microSD cards. I've noticed that about 4 out of 10 of those get returned for exchange. Samsung almost never although it might be due to lesser purchase volumes cuz Kingstons are like 1/10. Adata's SSD's are also popular but I'd never use it either. Same reason.

Sorry I ruined it for some of you. I know they're super cheap.

Ok in short buy something that can be easily exchanged or no fuss warranty claim. Samsung is widely known as notorious when it comes with warranty . Correct? I doubt you can claim warranty for a samsung sold by a 3rd party seller in amazon canada. This has been documented many times.
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yhap2003 wrote: No need for “high endurance” card for Dashcam.
I’ve had an adata microsd card for years now in 2 of my dashcam, it’s been 5 years, been through the heat and cold. Still working great! *knock on wood*
It's like a broken record, every friggin high endurance SD thread.

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silvergate wrote: Ok in short buy something that can be easily exchanged or no fuss warranty claim. Samsung is widely known as notorious when it comes with warranty . Correct? I doubt you can claim warranty for a samsung sold by a 3rd party seller in amazon canada. This has been documented many times.
Yeah, this is absolutely correct. If memory serves, Samsung doesn't do direct warranties in Canada. I'm vaguely recalling that you might be able to claim warranty easier and direct with Samsung if you have a US address but I don't remember if anything identifies a product was sold in Canada that might bar Canadians from doing this (so don't 100% quote me on this last part). I'm already past 2 years out of the sales business.

In stark contrast, I remember ADATA had really good warranties and a responsive customer service to boot. I just really hesitate to use their products after seeing the sheer amounts of returns and exchanges of them. In fact, I still have a free unopened 500GB SSD from winning a product training event draw and never using it because well ... this. lol In general, I trusted Samsung's memory products because they manufacture their own. Same with Kingston. Other storage brands I am willing to trust are Intel and WD in no particular order.

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