The humble microSD card has found itself as an almost indispensable accessory in 2019. We use these cards in everything, whether it’s a high-end camera for capturing stills and videos, or in a Nintendo Switch for storing as many games as possible. We even use microSD cards in our phones when the built-in storage just won’t cut it. SanDisk is a name that we’ve always recommended, and right now, you can pick up one of its best cards for just $25.

The card we’re talking about is the 128GB SanDisk Extreme, and it offers transfer speeds of up to 160MB/s. The U3 and A2 ratings mean this card is more than ready for 4K media and it’s guaranteed to help you load your phone apps as quickly as can be, too.

Buy: SanDisk 128GB Extreme microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card with Adapter: $25.58 | Original Price: $69

This being a SanDisk microSD card, it’s also temperature-proof, water-proof, shock-proof and x-ray proof meaning you don’t need to worry about longevity. You even get a free adapter thrown into the box, providing an easy way to get data onto and off of the card even when you have a computer with a standard SD card reader.

  • Up to 160MB/s* read speeds to save time transferring high-res images and 4K UHD videos. Requires compatible devices capable of reaching such speeds
  • Up to 90MB/s write speeds for fast shooting.* Requires compatible devices capable of reaching such speeds
  • 4K UHD and Full HD-ready(2) with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30)
  • Rated A2 for faster loading and in-app performance
  • Built for and tested in harsh conditions: temperature-proof, water-proof, shock-proof and x-ray proof
  • Get the SanDisk Memory Zone app for easy file management (available on Google Play)

We’ve been telling everyone who will listen how great the SanDisk Extreme microSD cards are, and now is a great chance to pick one up at an awesome price, too.

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