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Review: Mudder Memory Card Holder


I was sent this memory card holder case by Mudder for free for a review.

This memory card holder comes in a re-sealable plastic bag. The card holder looks like a purse and is compact in size. The walls of the pouch are quite stiff so they will protect all your memory cards well.

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When you unzip the holder, there are lots of plastic pockets attached to the centre, to put your cards into, plus there also is a cloth with ‘Mudder’ written on it. It’s the type of cloth that you use to keep glasses or camera lenses clean with. The inside walls of the case are slightly padded with a thin layer of dense foam, which add to the protection of your cards.


The holder has 4 pockets for larger memory cards and 18 pockets for any SD cards you have. This case is a very clever idea as having recently bought some more SD cards for my cameras I just don’t know what to do with the ones I’m not using. I have those little individual plastic cases which each hold one memory card, but these can easily get lost and I have to keep them in a box. But this case is so clever I’ve taken to leaving my cards in this now.


The cards slot in nicely although to be honest the fit is quite tight, and although putting the cards in is easy, taking them out, especially when there are three in a row, is a but fiddly and so not so good if you want to change your cards over quickly. However given the current price of this thing (under £6) and the fact that it doesn’t take up a lot of space in your bag, I’d definitely recommend this case to anyone wanting somewhere to store all their memory cards.

Rating: 4/5

Review published on amazon UK, click here


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