Which memory card can I use with TomTom Bandit?

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The photos you take and the videos you record are stored on a microSD memory card that is located in the Batt-Stick. The microSD memory card is sold separately. To get the best results from your camera during recording and editing with the mobile app you should use a microSD card that is known to work well with the camera. Your microSD card should have a minimum speed rating of Class 10.

The cards below have been tested and are known to work well with the camera:

  • SanDisk 128GB Ultra XC I 10
  • Lexar® High-Performance microSDHC™/microSDXC™ UHS-I cards (300x) -16GB and 32GB
  • Samsung EVO 64GB
  • Lexar 32GB Class 10 UHS-I High Speed Micro SDHC Memory Card (633x)
  • SanDisk Extreme PLUS microSDXC UHS-I Class 10 U3 Memory Card up to 80 MB/s read - 64 GB

Note: If you insert a microSD card that is too slow to work with your camera, the camera shows you a message and you are asked to use a supported microSD card.

Tip: MicroSD cards can degrade over time, and performance may suffer as the memory card fills up. To maintain performance, you should regularly format your microSD card. For help see: How do I format my microSD card for TomTom Bandit?

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