Summary: Go-to, inexpensive mp3 player for my workouts. I'm on my 3rd one (have been wearing them out for about 8 years). The clips eventually break or the headphone jack gets messed up (causing the sound goes out in one ear), but I'm talking after a couple of years of very heavy use/abuse.
Summary: This is awesome. Very nice mp3 shuffle for almost nothing! You will go broke trying to find what you want for less than $20. The little $5 ones that look like an iPod shuffle are cool too, but there is no shuffle; they play a micro SD card (you buy separately) and it only plays in the order...
Summary: The unit that I received did not work (it wouldn't hold a charge of more than 1-2 minutes). I was disappointed because I this was the best looking small mp3 player that I found within a reasonable price. I love that it was so small and could clip right onto anything.
Summary: Ok at first it worked fine. It was primarily used for when I went jogging. But two weeks later the input for my ear phones started to deteriorate. So no matter what head phones I used, it was only getting half the sound. I expect this to happen if I owned it for a year or two...but two weeks?
Summary: For its purpose I'm sure this is a handy unit. The form and feel are ok for such a cheap mp3 player. Unfortunately, I had to return mine since the battery lasted all but 5 minutes on a full charge.
Summary: I suppose you might be getting what you pay for here. Costs less than 1/10 of the price of an iPod, and works about 1/10 as well. Charging problems, no display of any kind, a multi-function button that does not respond well, makes this a non-intuitive, frustrating little device.
Summary: I bought this, charged it, loaded with songs and it wouldn't play. I double checked because it has a "Hold" button which can prevent any unwanted or accidental functioning, but that wasn't the case. Coby needs to do a better job with its product because it has a good reputation.