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Netac P500 PRO 64GB UHS-I U3 Micro SDXC Card $15.99 US (~$21.16 AU) Delivered @ Tomtop


Excellent price on a decent 64GB Micro SD Card. Netac are well known (in Asia) as an OEM/ODM computer storage manufacturer who were one of the first to create USB flash drives.

It offers a read speed up to 100MB/s and write speed up to 40MB/s. It's suitable for recording 4K and FHD video.

  • Apply coupon HYAUNT at checkout.

AU4 based on current Mastercard exchange rate.

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  • +3 votes

    Thanks, Clear. Will take your recommendation and get one :)

    Edit: Just signed up to Tomtop, got 300 points for joining and confirming email.
    I could stack these points with the code, so got an extra $3 off.

    So total was $18.19

  • Bought, thanks Clear. Specs line up with required specs for use with the 70Mai.

    • Cheers. Will test its performance when it arrives. Paid with Paypal so can always claim if not as described.

    • You're comparing a generic unbranded card to a branded card. Yeah… no wonder that was fake.

      • I don't recall comparing anything. I do recall however warning people to be aware of previous issues of associations with this supplier. Do whatever you want with that information, nothing if you so desire, I really don't care. But some people may care.

        • In that case. Be careful with Cafago (or any other Chinese store) when buying generic unbranded products at an incredibly low price. They might end up fake.

        • -2 votes

          In that case, don't ever go anywhere, don't cross the road, don't buy anything off the internet, put tin foil on your head and live in a sealed plastic bubble.

    • -2 votes

      Tomtop is a absolutely arsehole. I brought that 128g micro sd card wasn't working at all(all faulty product). It took over three months to arrived. I returned faulty product without reimbursement postage which is more than I got paid from refund by Paypal. Tomtop can't be trust. I never buy anything from them anymore.

  • So how does this work if it arrives after July? Do we have to pay GST or TomTop? Or is it based on invoice date? Or is TomTop declaring they make only $74999 per year from Australia haha.

    • You don't pay GST because you've purchased it in June. Besides I don't think any of the Chinese stores have any plans of charging GST. In fact most of them don't even know about it.

      • Thanks.

        That will be an interesting development if they don't know or have plans for it lol.