expired 64GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC + Adapter $18.99 USD (~AUD $24.25) Delivered @ Tomtop

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64GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC + Adapter $18.99 USD (~AUD $24.25) Delivered @ TomtopAffiliate

Note: "Tomtop is a registered fraudulent site in the Australian online shopping domain.

All positive feedback is carried out via Tomtop incentives to people whom have not purchased from the site. The Australian consumer watchdog, or ACCC is almost at the completion of their investigation.

Following the report the Australian governments cyber criminal bureau will action warnings nationally for any engagement with this site.

After the financial loss I incurred after purchase of a product that was never shipped I took it upon myself to offer my legal aid and collate a group of dissatisfied customers to provide evidence to the ACCC.

I hope we continue to discourage more than the 3,800 already prospective shoppers from Tomtop in hope of awareness of their unlawful business dealings.

There will be a response to this message from Tomtop in wanting to be seen in providing compensation, however this is corrupt much like all the positive feed back which has been traced to Tomtops subsidiary IP address (very poor cover up) .

This message will be circulated amongst all online shopping review platforms in order to protect consumers."

Seems like a good deal for a 64GB MicroSD. I've been waiting for a good deal to get a card with a good read speed for my switch.
It's class 10, but as mentioned in the comments below, it isn't ideal for shooting 4k video as the write speed is too low.

$15.99 USD for new members! Thanks d1s34s3d! Sorry folks, points don't work on sale items.

Delivery is advertised as 10-20 working days, with the stock being from China.

Don't forget 7.20% Cashback with Cash Rewards which should bring it down to around $22 AUD!

Edit: Stock levels have been '50/250 pcs sold' for the past twelve hours.
Three possibilities:
1. Nobody has bought any for the past twelve hours
2. They don't keep accurate track of stock, and we may end up with emails advising us the purchase didn't go through
3. Something suspicious is going on

I'd advise everyone to pay with Paypal for extra security, and if you want to raise awareness, report this deal so the mods can look into it, as it seems that Tomtop have previously been banned from OzBargain, and poor business practices may have been the reason behind this, although I don't know whether this is the case.

Alternative store:
b4rgainhunter has pointed out below in the comments that the same card is available on ebay, but with faster shipping. The cost is slightly higher, at $29.95 AUD but it is from within Australia, and the seller has 100% positive feedback (which is more than Tomtop can say) Here's the link! and as always, don't forget C5OZ code for 5% off, although in this case you'll need to purchase another item at the same time. b4rgainhunter has kindly provided a link to a $1 sim tray.

closed Comments

  • +3 votes

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/318904

    Use this to get an extra $3 US off your order.

    • +1 vote

      Added into main post, thanks!

    • +3 votes

      having problems applying the points to this product…

    • +1 vote

      Doesn't appear to work for this item, presumably due to its sale status.

      Have you actually confirmed that this code works with his item?

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        Don't think the points work for this memory card. Probably blocked due to its sale price.

      • +2 votes

        I have not confirmed. Just saw that post earlier and there was no mention of exclusions listed. Thought I'd bring it to the attention of anyone looking to make a purchase through tomtop.
        My apologies for the misinformation.

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    Is this a reputable website? What are shipping times like?

    • -1 vote

      They're OzBargain famous, and shipping times are '10-20 business days' according to the description in the link.

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    Heracles26 no mate they arent bad customer service,they dont reply to your emails they send you defective products.They send you coupon codes that are invalid to entice you back dont do it mate not worth the crap you have to go through.I have just got my money back through paypal,you thought gearbest where bad 12 months ago not half as bad as tomtop.

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    Are these suitable for the garmin action cam that was posted up? Thanks!

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      I'm looking for a 128gb card for my Garmin virb. Keen to see if anyone knows of any bargains :)

      • +1 vote

        I found this deal : https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/318925 to be the best performance to price to performance ratio in a long time.

        When I placed an order I was prompted est dispatch between 1-2 months and 1 week later I received an email saying they were dispatched.

        Write performance is around ~80mb-85mb depending on the position of the moon, and reading is around the 90mb per sec..

        128gb of EVO plus goodness.

        Now you may not need this level of performance, BUT, if you ever upgrade and need the speed you'll have it so I see it as an investment with plenty of wiggle room.

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          Thanks mate. I ordered one of these earlier today from Amazon (so now I'll have this and the 64gb from this deal).

          Shipping ETA scared my as it said September but not in any major rush to get it. We'll see how it goes :)

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      I ended up ordering one of these anyways to try it out :)

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      you want to avoid sandisk ultra cards for dash cams since they use the wrong type of hardware. you should get something like a lexar or transcend high endurance card. san disk high endurance are also decent

  • +1 vote

    What write speeds are people achieving with their Windows phones? Write speeds seem slightly slow with my 4 year old PNK card but not sure if a new card will improve performance.

    • +2 votes

      Ultras are like Samsung Evos; fast reads, but writes usually around 20MB/s.

      I use an Evo in my phone and Ultra in my tablet. The sort of thing where the write speeds aren't as critical (though I don't do say 4K video). Extremes for all my write critical stuff like cameras.

      • +1 vote

        This community is incredible, thank you for the help.

        • +1 vote

          Mind you I didn't actually answer the question haha. But yeah just knowing that basic difference between the lines like Ultra vs Extreme made sure I wouldn't make that same mistake again; i.e. ignore the number slapped on the card and always check actual benchmarks.

          I don't actually remember the Samsung heirachy, just that it's Evo with a combination of Plus or Pro or something lol

        • +1 vote

          @dufflover:

          So there's no real difference between this one and the Samsung Evo? Cause I got a 32gb in my S7 but was thinking of upgrading. Thanks

  • +4 votes

    how do i use my points!?

    • +1 vote

      yeah not sure, I see I have 300 points and can apply them to other products.

    • +1 vote

      Hit '+ points' on the right hand side on the checkout screen, then punch in whatever it says is available.

      • +1 vote

        to this product though??

        • +3 votes

          Worked on the power bank, didn't try on this (paid the $3 like a rookie).

          If you've got points and can't use maybe they have exclusions. Or try another browser/clear cache.

        • +2 votes

          @mcnugget: Thanks for the help, yeah just tried and it works on the power bank. Nevertheless thanks for help!

  • +1 vote

    Anyone know off hand how this card compares with either if these:

    https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/lexar-64gb-high-performance-mic...

    https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/strontium-nitro-series-64-gb-ul...

    I have a voucher from the last dishonoured Kogan deal and trying to work out if it's worth using

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      Honestly, I've never heard of strontium before.

      Lexar I've had bad experience with, cards dying etc. To me, they're the Seagate of sd/micro sd cards.
      Both class 10 though, so performance should be just about the same for around 1080p, if doing higher, I'd compare specs thoroughly.

      • +2 votes

        Sounds like someone disagrees, but would have been nice to know what part. I have heard of Stronium, and Seagate had always been reasonable in my experience.

        In this case it will either be going into a mobile phone or recording 1080p video (will probably buy 2)

        • +1 vote

          I said the same as you 5 seconds later :)

          To me, Seagate is reasonable as well, but it appears the public opinion is that they have a higher failure rate, although as far as I know, there isn't solid proof.

          I've had some Lexar cards fail after about a year or so, but other times they work without any issues, such as the ones that came with my 3DS consoles.

          Recording 1080p video, either card should be fine. I'd simply go for whichever is cheapest for you after taking the voucher into account. You're probably not going to notice a real world difference.

          Keep in mind, if you want to get proper details, it'd be worth doing the research and comparing specs properly, rather than trusting a stranger on the internet.

      • +1 vote

        To those downvoting my comment, please explain why. Jackson is after some advice, and if you know better than I do, please let him know.

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          Because there is no proof that Seagate has a higher failure rate compared to WD or Hitachi or any other brand.
          Just because you had bad experience with a particular hard drive brand does not make that brand bad at what they do. From my experince working in an enterprise environment with thousands of desktops we've experience just about the same failure rate with different brands. WD, Seagate, Hitachi, Toshiba. They all have roughly around the same failure rate. We've even had Intel SSDs go dead more often than Samsung SSDs at some point but that doesn't make them bad at making SSD's.
          Now I have 3 Lexar and 1 Kingston MicroSD in 4 dashcams and all 3 have been working fine for the past 4 years. The Kingston one did die after about 2 years. Again does that make Kingston a bad brand for MicroSD? absolutely not.

          Things break, backup your shit and get over it.

        • +1 vote

          @bogak: Calm down.

          Check my other comment "To me, Seagate is reasonable as well, but it appears the public opinion is that they have a higher failure rate, although as far as I know, there isn't solid proof.

          I've had some Lexar cards fail after about a year or so, but other times they work without any issues, such as the ones that came with my 3DS consoles.

          Recording 1080p video, either card should be fine. I'd simply go for whichever is cheapest for you after taking the voucher into account. You're probably not going to notice a real world difference.

          Keep in mind, if you want to get proper details, it'd be worth doing the research and comparing specs properly, rather than trusting a stranger on the internet."

          Personally, I like Seagate drives. They typically cost less and I do regular backups anyway, so even if the fake internet rumours about higher failure rates were true, it would barely make a difference for me.

        • +1 vote

          @BradleyDS2:
          I am calm, i'm simply answering your question.
          People generally will more often say bad things about a particular product vs saying good things.
          So you first say Lexar are terrtible, they are the Seagate of MicroSD. Thate statement alone is also claiming Seagate make terrible storage devices. Then you change your mind saying Seagate are reasonable, to "I like Seagate drives". So what exactly does your first comment even mean?
          To me you are confusing the public. Either you like the brand or you don't due to your experiences.

        • +1 vote

          @bogak: What I should have said is that "To me, Lexar cards are how many view Seagate drives. Many view them to have higher failure rates, although there is no proof of this.

          My prior experience with Lexar cards are that they have a higher failure rate, although I have no proof just like there is no proof of Seagate drives having higher failure rates, it is purely personal experience, and as always, your mileage may vary."

          Essentially, I've had bad experience with Lexar cards, like how there are many who are vocal about their bad experience with Seagate. Due to my experience, I avoid Lexar cards, like those who have had bad experience with Seagate drives avoid Seagate. Whether this is sensible or not, I do not know.

          Anything more to say, or is our discussion over?

        • +3 votes

          @bogak:

          BackBlazes's hard drive report for Q1 2017 gives us a good idea of failure rates when drives are exposed to the same environmental conditions. Worth keeping in mind that some of these drives are not designed for 24/7 operation but if you look at the lifetime failure rates you'll see one particular model of Seagate has an annualised failure rate of 7.51%, while one model of HGST has a 0.84%. This compared to the average of 2.07% would indicate that some specific models of drives (rather than the brand) are more likely to have issues than brands.

          In environments where you might have a fleet of desktops acquired at the same time with the same drive model installed, if that model is prone to higher failure rates, then it would give the impression to someone that brand xyz is unreliable because all these problems with drives.

          https://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-failure-rates-q1-2...

        • +1 vote

          @digitalaxon: Wow, thanks for the research! That makes a lot of sense, I'll remember that!

  • +1 vote

    Further 5% discount code: 5DISCOUNT

    • +1 vote

      Have you confirmed it works? I didn't see anywhere to enter a coupon code, and I posted the deal xD

      • +2 votes

        It didn't work for me, seems points/coupons don't apply to this item. Under the total on the RH side there's a collapsed field "Have a Promotion Code?" where you enter codes.

    • +4 votes

      does not work. error "Please note your coupon has been used for the wrong tag."

  • +1 vote

    I see that the post has been reported for title/description. What did I mess up, and how should I fix it?

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    Is is showing AU$ 25.83? Should i pay in US $ to get that rate or what?

  • +6 votes

    don't order from toptom, if you google it, you will see a lot of bad reviews, the good reviews are fake, I did order something from them 2 weeks ago, the order is still on hold, and I email them, they are not reply, I submitted a problem with paypal after 1 week, still no reply, If you relly want to buy from them, better consider using paypal, so you can get money back if you did not receive your order.

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      Thanks for your advice, I just added that into the post before you commented.

      • +1 vote

        Tomtop is a registered fraudulent site in the Australian online shopping domain.

        All positive feedback is carried out via Tomtop incentives to people whom have not purchased from the site. The Australian consumer watchdog, or ACCC is almost at the completion of their investigation.

        Following the report the Australian governments cyber criminal bureau will action warnings nationally for any engagement with this site.

        After the financial loss I incurred after purchase of a product that was never shipped I took it upon myself to offer my legal aid and collate a group of dissatisfied customers to provide evidence to the ACCC.

        I hope we continue to discourage more than the 3,800 already prospective shoppers from Tomtop in hope of awareness of their unlawful business dealings.

        There will be a response to this message from Tomtop in wanting to be seen in providing compensation, however this is corrupt much like all the positive feed back which has been traced to Tomtops subsidiary IP address (very poor cover up) .

        This message wil be circulated amongst all online shopping review platforms in order to protect consumers.

        information copied from
        http://www.productreview.com.au/p/tomtop.html

    •  

      Agree. I didn't receive my item from Toptom after a month and I opened a dispute in paypal. Tomptop did not respond to my dispute. Eventually the item arrived and the quality was not good at all. I will not buy from Toptom again.

  • +1 vote

    the images are different SD cards. the first few say sdxc and the last few say sdhc. Should this be worrying?

  • +4 votes

    I would rather go with this $29.95 on ebay, plus use C5OZ code adding another cheap item for 5% discount. quick delivery than tomtop

    SIM tray pin $1

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    I would say this only an OK price on what is an old model of card (I bought one for my S2 so depicts the age of the product) I've always found these Sandisk cards to be notably slow. I've had no issues with Lexar but had an Adata card go belly up. Of course everybody's mileage will vary.

  •  

    Is this card worth getting for a nintendo switch?

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      That's what I'm doing, but honestly, I'm not sure.

      Based on what dufflover said, "Ultras are like Samsung Evos; fast reads, but writes usually around 20MB/s." so I think it'll be perfect.

      • +1 vote

        Sweet! Guess the only thing is the the size… 128gb would be ideal for future proofing although I don't think I'll ever need all the space.

        Bought!

  • +1 vote

    What ever happened to Francesca

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    Good for mavic?

  •  

    That's a good capacity to fill up with MP3s as I frequently fill up my 32GB card.

  • +4 votes

    Chinese memory cards can often be fakes, with a much smaller capacity than stated. A view using a file browser will seem all good, but you may find only when you're using it that you lose files. If you get one, download a free utility which writes and verifies all sectors. This can take a few hours, but will sort out the crap from the real thing, and PayPal should take care of refunds if you have a dud. There's a lot around, though the ones from Australian mainstream retailers are generally ok.

    https://www.raymond.cc/blog/test-and-detect-fake-or-counterf...

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      Not related to this Listing. But Yesterday I ordered similar 64 GB SD card from Ebay around the same price which came up on google search, which I think might be fake. Thankfully I paid with Paypal. Can someone brief me on steps to do If I indeed find it is a fake one for return/ refund?

  •  

    O darn. I missed buying something I didn't need; )

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    It's been some time but I'm guessing to early for anyone to have received theirs?

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      Received mine two or three days ago. Used two different utilities to run tests, including a two hour long complete test.

      All clear, it's legit.

    • +1 vote

      Received mine, item is genuine. Came in what must be Chinese retail packaging, with a scratch-off code that can be verified at verify.sandisk.cn. Tested with F3 and Fake Flash Test and results were fine. Consecutive writes were ~8-10MB/s and consecutive reads during flash testing around 20MB/s (seems low, may be due to the test process and not a max speed), so not a fast card but it'll do for media storage.

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      Nothing received yet -Melbourne

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