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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 April 2020
I bought this for £3 more than the standard Sandisk 128GB since I didn't want to experience any compatibility issues. What's more, it looks the part - upbeat tru to the style of Nintendo with its red colour and print of the mushroom and Switch logo. Ultimately it's not even money spent, since if I ever choose to resell my Switch (not likely any time soon), the SD card will just be added onto the price and the Nintendo one will be more attractive to potential buyers.

To the point; the card comes packaged well cardboard backed with a Mario Kart image, logo and capacity details as well as the Sandisk logo which you'd expect. I was wondering why the card looked a little washed out in colour in the packaging, but opening it up with a pair of scissors I realised it was contained in a little plastic case which is a nice touch for storage and protection

For the very first time I snapped out my Switch kickstand with my finger after difficulties. Powered on the Switch, noted the 'No SD card', slid it in and it detected it immediately and prompted me to run an update. 10 seconds later, after a reset, the SD card was showing with 208GB capacity free (I expected to lose a little, since that's what happens).

So, it worked perfectly and no longer will I have to put up with 'Not enough space', since this is all I'm ever likely to need.

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