Stop fiddling with SD card sockets in the back of your latest gadget, and streeeeeeeeeetch out with a Micro SD Card Extender . This simple, but effective device gives you a long flexible cable, a psuedo Micro SD card on one end, and a matching micro SD card socket on the other. Plug in the card half and attach the socket wherever you like. This is a great hack for length constraints with 3D printers, single-board computers, data-logging kits and more. Get to your micro SD card in and out and safeguard against wear and tear.
Note: Not compatible with the Raspberry Pi 4. The Pi4 uses a lower voltage SD interface which seems to cause issues when using extenders like these. The forum post link above suggests a hack where you can remove the resistor on the extender to get this working, however this will invalidate your warranty.
The sockets are push-push. Insert the card in to lock, and press in again to release it. There's a wee pictogram on the socket which shows the correct orientation. We used this with a Replicator 3D printer (using an adapter), various Feathers, and also a Raspberry Pi 3 Linux computer and it was speedy and error-free, but it is a hack, so be aware that high-speed and high-noise environments may end up not working.
Note: Micro SD Card not included
Cable Length: 68cm / 26"
Product Weight: 10.2g / 0.4oz