Add SanDisk's High Endurance 128GB microSD card to your phone, dash cam, and more for its best price yet

Now is your chance to grab SanDisk's 128GB high endurance microSDXC card on sale for $22.99 at Amazon. That's $3 off what it regularly sells for. Make no mistake, though, while that might not seem like a lot this microSD card does not go on sale very much. In fact, only one other time has it dropped from that street price. You're getting it at the lowest price we've ever seen, and we're sure it won't last long either. The 64GB version of the card is going for $13, so you're getting twice the space for less than twice the price.

While it may seem like a small discount, it actually drops this card back down to its lowest price yet. It hasn't been available for long, so being able to save a few bucks on it already is great. Grab a few for holiday gifts now!

The high-endurance card is built for dash cams and home monitoring systems. However, this is a microSDXC card so you need to make sure the device you want to use it for can handle the extra capacity. Many dash cams, for example, cap out at 32GB or 64GB. You'll want something special like the Vantrue N2 Pro Uber dual dash cam, which supports up to 256GB microSD cards. Because the card is high endurance it can record for up to 20,000 hours, which is really important for systems like a dash cam where it might be on loop recording for an extended period of time. Although it will last for up to 20,000 hours you should only expect to fill up the 128GB card with about 10,000 hours.

It can also resist harsh conditions, including extreme temperatures. The card is waterproof, shockproof, and X-ray proof and comes with an adapter for SD card slots. SanDisk backs it up with a two-year warranty.

John Levite
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