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[Amazon.ca] SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video microSDXC Card with Adapter for Dash cam- C10, U3,V30,4K UHD,Micro SD Card - $26.32

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Apr 17, 2003
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[Amazon.ca] SanDisk 128GB High Endurance Video microSDXC Card with Adapter for Dash cam- C10, U3,V30,4K UHD,Micro SD Card - $26.32

ATL it seems.

Pick the amazon.ca purchase option.
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Aug 2, 2004
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East Gwillimbury
Third party seller and fulfilled by Amazon

Is that what you meant by ATL? Sorry, I don't subscribe to alphabet soup
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Dec 1, 2017
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Gee wrote: Third party seller and fulfilled by Amazon

Is that what you meant by ATL? Sorry, I don't subscribe to alphabet soup
ATL = all time low

And OP said in post click amazon.ca option, not third party seller. Good price!

Thanks OP!
Jr. Member
Jul 17, 2018
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This technically might be an all time low price but it’s been around this price (less than a dollar difference) for at least a couple of months now.
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Potato Land
Does anyone try claiming Sandisk Micro SD for the warranty?
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Jan 12, 2017
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its the luck of the draw! even with amazon.ca shipping u might get a fake still! i paid like 27.99 couple months ago..i got a legit one..test it fully with hw2test app, takes like 30 mins to run
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Jun 9, 2018
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It looks like the price of these are steadily coming down
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Oct 29, 2004
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Watch out for fakes. Even if you choose Amazon as seller, they put all matching products from "fulfilled by amazon" sellers in the same bin and it's just luck of the draw which one you get. Check it carefully when you get it!
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Dec 18, 2002
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jhephoy wrote: Does anyone try claiming Sandisk Micro SD for the warranty?
I just did. RMA accepted, Shipped it back. Waiting for replacement.
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Feb 26, 2006
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So safer to get from bestbuy I guess?
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jhephoy wrote: Does anyone try claiming Sandisk Micro SD for the warranty?
Yes, and the kicker is that the cost to ship it back to Sandisk is about as much as buying a new card.
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Nov 27, 2008
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shylok wrote: So safer to get from bestbuy I guess?
I think so, the last one I bought direct from Amazon was also not recognized by my Dashcam. Not worth playing the lottery from Amazon on SD cards.
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Feb 26, 2006
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TheDuffMan wrote: I think so, the last one I bought direct from Amazon was also not recognized by my Dashcam. Not worth playing the lottery from Amazon on SD cards.
Yea I paid extra from Bestbuy last time for peace of mind
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shylok wrote: So safer to get from bestbuy I guess?
Not for $39.99 "on sale". Also, no returns on opened media. Amazon has no hassle, no-cost returns by mail. No need to wait in line in store and potentially be denied refund/exchange if it was found to be a counterfeit.
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At this price, I think I'll finally upgrade. I'm still using the 16 GB card that came with my Thinkware dash cam, and have to remember to pull the card at the end of the day to preserve interesting footage.
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Gee wrote: Ah, thanks for clearing that up
these acronyms are driving me crazy too!
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M1K3Z0R wrote: Yes, and the kicker is that the cost to ship it back to Sandisk is about as much as buying a new card.
Actually, that isn't entirely the case. I just RMA'd an 8 year ADATA USB key and it had to go to California. I shipped it via oversized mail class and it was only $1.56 to ship it.

Granted there was no tracking and no signature, but for a $15 item, I really didn't care.

The key arrived at ADATA about 2.5 weeks later, RMA accepted and they shipped me back via FedEx.

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