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Axe 256GB microSDXC Memory Card $33.01 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ ARCHES LIMITED via Amazon AU


Never heard of this brand but the price is right if you just need some extra storage on your device.

Read Speed Up to 95 MB/s
Write Speed Up to 85 MB/s Doubtful
Application performance speed A1 Performance Rating
Video speed class rating V30
Video Recording Full HD, 4K Ultra HD
Recommended usage Storing documents, files, photos and videos
Compatible devices Compatible with Switch, Smartphones, Cameras, Tablets and other devices
Operates in extreme temperatures -13F to 185F
Made in Taiwan
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  • +3

    How’s the sus meter ticking on this one?

  • +9

    Don't buy generic SD cards if you value your data.


  • I think this brand is alright. It is called AXE.

    • +4

      does that mean if I use it in my GoPro, the footage will be choppy?

  • +1

    If it is really 85MB/S write speed then why isn't it rated to V60…?

    Otherwise, looks like an alright deal for not critical applications.

    • +1

      To be fair, almost all the SanDisk and Samsung cards that claim 85 Mbytes/second are also rated no better than V30.

      The reason is that the 85Mbytes/sec is the maximum speed on some of the memory pages, while V30 is a guarantee of minimum speed on every memory page.

  • +1

    Decent extended storage for a Chromecast or something.

  • +1

    Is this sold in Australia as Lynx?

    • Yes.

  • +1

    Worth a punt with Amazon's easy returns and warranty

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