I'm not having much luck with micro sd cards at the moment as my replacement Samsung 128GB micro sdxc card has failed at just three weeks old, it was a replacement for one that failed on its first transfer. Which was meant to replace a Sandisk 128GB card that had failed after a few months, my Mum's newish Samsung 32GB micro SDXC card has also just failed. This would suggest a common element, some device that's killing the cars but there isn't - the three 128GB cards were all used in the Note 4 but there's been no issues with the 64GB card which is back in again while my Mum's 32GB card is one she bought herself and used with her tablet. Another 32GB card I had failed was only used in a camera so I'm at a point now whether it's bother risking any more cards. I don't think any of them were fake either as the packaging all looked genuine when I checked them against counterfeit guides.
Also broken is the rear fastener on my helmet making it useless and when I enquired about a replacement part (this was already a replacement as the same part was broken when the helmet shipped) they've said the helmet has been discontinued and there are no spares. It's only 18 months old and was fairly new to the market at the time plus it wasn't a cheap one so I'm really annoyed that's it useless. I guess it's an expensive lesson never to buy Scott again.
Leviathan - AMD Ryzen 9 3900x, 64GB DDR4 3200Mhz ram, Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB, 2TB SSD/44TB HDD, BD-ROM, Dell U2711/HTC Vive