• SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring Card with Adapter 32GB (SDSDQQ-032G-G46A)
SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring Card with Adapter 32GB (SDSDQQ-032G-G46A)

SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring Card with Adapter 32GB (SDSDQQ-032G-G46A)

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  • Ideal for dashcams and home video monitoring cameras
  • Specially developed for high endurance applications
  • Up to 5,000 hours of Full HD video recording
  • Class 10 for Full HD video (1080p) recording and playback
  • Built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature-proof, shock-proof, waterproof

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These used to be UHS-I cards, what happened?! The cards I ordered back in Feb 2017 were UHS-I and not Class 10. All of the cards I have got since then are slower Class 10 cards. They look almost identical except the UHS-I card has the U1 logo instead of the class 10 logo in the lower left and a capital I next to the MicroSDHC logo in the lower right. Other differences include the fact that the UHS card is made in Taiwan instead of China and overall much faster read/write speeds.I cannot find any info on the UHS cards anywhere now. It is almost as if they never existed. My best guess is that SanDisk's first printing of these High Endurance line of cards was in Taiwan using more expensive materials and have since decided to go the cheaper route since they never marketed them for anything higher than 1080p recording.I get about 21-23mbs write and read speeds from the newer ones, which is a bit better than advertised. I give these new cards 3 stars, they're nothing special.If I remember right, the UHS card seems to give me write speeds way up there, about 60 or so mbs. I would give those cards 5 stars and if I could get those anywhere, I would. 3Not as "durable" as regular 128gb SD cards (for $10 more), for dashcam use Two stars because it's a quality product that I have no major gripes with, other than it not being as durable as they say for dashcam use.I have consistently gotten more consecutive weeks of dashcam filming. (My dashcam runs continuously 24/7 because of the way my car is wired, and because dashcams generally all suck equally regardless of price so now I just buy the cheapest ones since I have to replace them every few months anyway, whether $20 or $200.)Anyway back to the card:Regular ("low-endurance"?) 128GB cards on Amazon last longer than this. I think it's because with double the capacity, you're writing over the whole thing 1/2 as much. And the high-endurance card, at half the capacity, isn't more than twice as durable. (In other words it doesn't last the same amount of time at half the capacity.) Maybe MORE durable, but not twice as much.Therefore, the 128gb lasts longer. But those also cost about $10 more. It would be interesting to do the math and compare $/useful hour of video. Maybe they'd be more comparable.That said, even if they are more comparable, since the 128gb simply lasts longer, it's less hassle.One more potentially useful observation, potentially in this card's favor: I notice that this card just quits working when it reaches the end of it's useful life. I'm guessing that the write speeds plummet as it wears, and eventually can't keep up with the incoming data stream, and balks. The dashcam sees this condition as "card full" (even if you reformat it).That may not be a bad thing. When the "regular" 128gb cards stop working due to wear, they still accept the incoming data stream, but write corrupt data. So your dashcam doesn't complain, and you aren't even aware that the video is useless.All in all, dashcam tech has a LOOONG way to go. I wish they didn't use microSD cards at all! (Why not a 2TB 2.5" laptop HDD in the glove box?) In the mean time, I just have to keep buying new dashcams and cards every few months. 2Less than a year and DEAD 6ish months in and the card is already dead. Tried formatting it both on the dash cam and on my computer. Pretty disappointed since it was so highly recommended.Update: Tried reaching sandisk support and never got a response, BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK. 1Excellent performance Currently performs excellent in my Blackvue Dashcam. I've tried standard SanDisk and Kingston MicroSD with my dashcam. For the past couple months with the heat in El Paso, my dashcam had been constantly rebooting (Yes, we've been having the hot weather while everyone else was getting snow). I tried reformatting the card, swapping between cards and found information regarding the harsh extreme temperatures causing issues with the SD. Think about it, constant expansion and contraction, hot, cold and science stuff... Anyway, not a single issue with this card, just wish there was a 128gb version but at least I do a cloud dump everyday. Another excellent product from SanDisk, which I have been a fan since the beginning. I hope it performs the same throughout the summer and I'll update this by fall 2017 or sooner if issues arise. I have like every brand of electronics and components in the home and I have to say I've never been disappointed with a SanDisk product to date. Good, honest and trustworthy production. 5Eliminated dash-cam recording failures I was repeatedly getting "recording failures" with standard SD cards in my dash-cam. This high endurance card fixed the issue. I've only been using it for about a month but the card seems to be recording just fine. If this changes over the longer term, I will update this review. 5Awesome Job! Reliable and Works Great! Bought this to live inside of my dash cam (Viofo A119S-V2) to record 1080p/60fps as I drive.Never have an issue with it, works like a charm.For anyone buying this card for the same reason, know that this 64GB memory card provided me with 6 hours and 17 minutes of record time at those settings (1080p/60p). Not sure if these will be the same with every camera, but for anyone who happened to be buying that model camera and this memory card, there's your numbers for you.Great for the price! Love that it is white!!! How many times do you accidentally drop this and have to look for it for a second? How convenient for them to manufacture the card in all-white! Sticks out like a sore thumb. 5Limited Life in Dash Cam I ordered this micro as card in April of 2017 and it was dead by the end of May of 2018. It was used in a Yi dash camera recording in 1080p. I realize that a dash camera continually writes & rewrites data to the card, but I usually only drive about 2-3 hours a day Monday - Friday and maybe 1-2 hours on a weekend. That only amounts to approximately 900 hours a year. Even if I double that to 1800 hours a year, that is still far short of the claimed 10,000 hour life expectancy. I was expecting this card to at least last 18 months before any issues. Now I cannot even reformat the card. When it did work, it did work well and that s why I m giving it 2 stars instead of less. 2After using many different cards... Update 5/30/17: the card has been running for a month now and still working perfectly. I still reformat the card once per week.(Original review 5/15/17) Just maybe, this is The One! I have a Blackvue and I have tried many cards from different manufacturer. All of them eventually fail to keep up with my dashcam. The first day or two would be fine, then I start hearing the "Restarting" message. With this SanDisk High Endurance, I installed it and have had it running for 17 straight days without any glitches or resets at all. I'm thrilled with it! I do follow Blackvue's recommendation of re-formatting the card weekly.I love my dashcam but it needs to work right. This may have done the trick. I will update as the summer goes on and see how long it actually lasts. If I could reliably get six months from a 32GB card I would call that a win.(notes: first install date 4/28/17) 5Used it on my dad's Rexing dashcam and it has been good so far with no complaints Originally bought it for my Street Guardian SG9665GC but it kept on giving a memory card error on all three dash cams. Used it on my dad's Rexing dashcam and it has been good so far with no complaints. I would probably purchase this again since it's been over four months now of 4 hour a day usage for him. Make sure you check on the dashcam forums for compatibility with your dash cams. 4Not even good as a paperweight I bought this SD card to use for my vehicle dash cam. With a growing number of insurance fraud, this card paired with my dash cam was a way to protect myself. I figured SanDisk had a great reputation and decided to choose this one over the other competitors. Unfortunately, I should of been more cautious. I have owned this SD card for over a year and realized today that it had not recorded footage for the last 7 months due to an error. The SD card can no longer be edited or formated. Luckily, I have not been in an incident in which I needed the footage or I would be straight out of luck.After I got over the initial shock and anger, I contacted SanDisk to inquire about the 2 year warranty they for the card. Unfortunately, I have yet to hear back. The customer service is pretty much non existent. I had better responses talking to a wall.I do not recommend purchasing this card. Furthermore, I recommend that whatever card you do purchase, to ensure you periodically check to ensure your dash cam or video surveillance is actually recording. Learn from my mistake. 1
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These used to be UHS-I cards, what happened?! The cards I ordered back in Feb 2017 were UHS-I and not Class 10. All of the cards I have got since then are slower Class 10 cards. They look almost identical except the UHS-I card has the U1 logo instead of the class 10 logo in the lower left and a capital I next to the MicroSDHC logo in the lower right. Other differences include the fact that the UHS card is made in Taiwan instead of China and overall much faster read/write speeds.I cannot find any info on the UHS cards anywhere now. It is almost as if they never existed. My best guess is that SanDisk's first printing of these High Endurance line of cards was in Taiwan using more expensive materials and have since decided to go the cheaper route since they never marketed them for anything higher than 1080p recording.I get about 21-23mbs write and read speeds from the newer ones, which is a bit better than advertised. I give these new cards 3 stars, they're nothing special.If I remember right, the UHS card seems to give me write speeds way up there, about 60 or so mbs. I would give those cards 5 stars and if I could get those anywhere, I would. 3Not as "durable" as regular 128gb SD cards (for $10 more), for dashcam use Two stars because it's a quality product that I have no major gripes with, other than it not being as durable as they say for dashcam use.I have consistently gotten more consecutive weeks of dashcam filming. (My dashcam runs continuously 24/7 because of the way my car is wired, and because dashcams generally all suck equally regardless of price so now I just buy the cheapest ones since I have to replace them every few months anyway, whether $20 or $200.)Anyway back to the card:Regular ("low-endurance"?) 128GB cards on Amazon last longer than this. I think it's because with double the capacity, you're writing over the whole thing 1/2 as much. And the high-endurance card, at half the capacity, isn't more than twice as durable. (In other words it doesn't last the same amount of time at half the capacity.) Maybe MORE durable, but not twice as much.Therefore, the 128gb lasts longer. But those also cost about $10 more. It would be interesting to do the math and compare $/useful hour of video. Maybe they'd be more comparable.That said, even if they are more comparable, since the 128gb simply lasts longer, it's less hassle.One more potentially useful observation, potentially in this card's favor: I notice that this card just quits working when it reaches the end of it's useful life. I'm guessing that the write speeds plummet as it wears, and eventually can't keep up with the incoming data stream, and balks. The dashcam sees this condition as "card full" (even if you reformat it).That may not be a bad thing. When the "regular" 128gb cards stop working due to wear, they still accept the incoming data stream, but write corrupt data. So your dashcam doesn't complain, and you aren't even aware that the video is useless.All in all, dashcam tech has a LOOONG way to go. I wish they didn't use microSD cards at all! (Why not a 2TB 2.5" laptop HDD in the glove box?) In the mean time, I just have to keep buying new dashcams and cards every few months. 2Less than a year and DEAD 6ish months in and the card is already dead. Tried formatting it both on the dash cam and on my computer. Pretty disappointed since it was so highly recommended.Update: Tried reaching sandisk support and never got a response, BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK. 1Excellent performance Currently performs excellent in my Blackvue Dashcam. I've tried standard SanDisk and Kingston MicroSD with my dashcam. For the past couple months with the heat in El Paso, my dashcam had been constantly rebooting (Yes, we've been having the hot weather while everyone else was getting snow). I tried reformatting the card, swapping between cards and found information regarding the harsh extreme temperatures causing issues with the SD. Think about it, constant expansion and contraction, hot, cold and science stuff... Anyway, not a single issue with this card, just wish there was a 128gb version but at least I do a cloud dump everyday. Another excellent product from SanDisk, which I have been a fan since the beginning. I hope it performs the same throughout the summer and I'll update this by fall 2017 or sooner if issues arise. I have like every brand of electronics and components in the home and I have to say I've never been disappointed with a SanDisk product to date. Good, honest and trustworthy production. 5Eliminated dash-cam recording failures I was repeatedly getting "recording failures" with standard SD cards in my dash-cam. This high endurance card fixed the issue. I've only been using it for about a month but the card seems to be recording just fine. If this changes over the longer term, I will update this review. 5Awesome Job! Reliable and Works Great! Bought this to live inside of my dash cam (Viofo A119S-V2) to record 1080p/60fps as I drive.Never have an issue with it, works like a charm.For anyone buying this card for the same reason, know that this 64GB memory card provided me with 6 hours and 17 minutes of record time at those settings (1080p/60p). Not sure if these will be the same with every camera, but for anyone who happened to be buying that model camera and this memory card, there's your numbers for you.Great for the price! Love that it is white!!! How many times do you accidentally drop this and have to look for it for a second? How convenient for them to manufacture the card in all-white! Sticks out like a sore thumb. 5Limited Life in Dash Cam I ordered this micro as card in April of 2017 and it was dead by the end of May of 2018. It was used in a Yi dash camera recording in 1080p. I realize that a dash camera continually writes & rewrites data to the card, but I usually only drive about 2-3 hours a day Monday - Friday and maybe 1-2 hours on a weekend. That only amounts to approximately 900 hours a year. Even if I double that to 1800 hours a year, that is still far short of the claimed 10,000 hour life expectancy. I was expecting this card to at least last 18 months before any issues. Now I cannot even reformat the card. When it did work, it did work well and that s why I m giving it 2 stars instead of less. 2After using many different cards... Update 5/30/17: the card has been running for a month now and still working perfectly. I still reformat the card once per week.(Original review 5/15/17) Just maybe, this is The One! I have a Blackvue and I have tried many cards from different manufacturer. All of them eventually fail to keep up with my dashcam. The first day or two would be fine, then I start hearing the "Restarting" message. With this SanDisk High Endurance, I installed it and have had it running for 17 straight days without any glitches or resets at all. I'm thrilled with it! I do follow Blackvue's recommendation of re-formatting the card weekly.I love my dashcam but it needs to work right. This may have done the trick. I will update as the summer goes on and see how long it actually lasts. If I could reliably get six months from a 32GB card I would call that a win.(notes: first install date 4/28/17) 5Used it on my dad's Rexing dashcam and it has been good so far with no complaints Originally bought it for my Street Guardian SG9665GC but it kept on giving a memory card error on all three dash cams. Used it on my dad's Rexing dashcam and it has been good so far with no complaints. I would probably purchase this again since it's been over four months now of 4 hour a day usage for him. Make sure you check on the dashcam forums for compatibility with your dash cams. 4Not even good as a paperweight I bought this SD card to use for my vehicle dash cam. With a growing number of insurance fraud, this card paired with my dash cam was a way to protect myself. I figured SanDisk had a great reputation and decided to choose this one over the other competitors. Unfortunately, I should of been more cautious. I have owned this SD card for over a year and realized today that it had not recorded footage for the last 7 months due to an error. The SD card can no longer be edited or formated. Luckily, I have not been in an incident in which I needed the footage or I would be straight out of luck.After I got over the initial shock and anger, I contacted SanDisk to inquire about the 2 year warranty they for the card. Unfortunately, I have yet to hear back. The customer service is pretty much non existent. I had better responses talking to a wall.I do not recommend purchasing this card. Furthermore, I recommend that whatever card you do purchase, to ensure you periodically check to ensure your dash cam or video surveillance is actually recording. Learn from my mistake. 1
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