The price, the simplicity, the sturdiness, the battery life ... it is just perfect.
Haendel Castillo "HFC", Amazon
18 November 2014
Summary: The price, the simplicity, the sturdiness, the battery life ... it is just perfect. This is not iPod, that is for sure ... and that is exactly why I love it ... no complications, just drag-and-drop your mp3 files to it .. and you are good to go.
Summary: It's hard to find a good mp3 player that takes a regular battery nowadays. The only ones that seem to be left are cheap garbage.
Cons: It worked when I took it out of the box and tested it, but it was dead by the time I finally got around to trying it again monthes later. I tried several new and differant brands of batteries, but it was still dead as a doornail.
Summary: Love the player but it would be nice if they could make the marks for the play/pause/on/volume more permanent. It's hard to remember what button does what when the symbols have been rubbed off.
Summary: It does what it is supposed to do. It did not get 5 stars because for some reason track 10 is always treated as the starting point instead of track 01. Not good when listening to a book or series.
Summary: This worked sometimes; often it didn't respond to the buttons, or wouldn't boot, or took a long time to boot or respond (as long as 1/2 an hour). I liked the small size; tradeoff is that screen is small and menu is a bit clunky. Because it often hung or didn't work, I returned it.
William E. Mouser "Vicar, St. Athanasius Angl..., Amazon
3 June 2014
Summary: The teensie size is great. During a workout, I slip it under my slightly-loosened wrist-watch strap. The control panel is going to be a problem for those with vision impairments. I have them -- age-related macular degeneration -- but I can still make out what I need to see. Battery life seems to be good as well. I'm changing the battery after six weeks of 1.5 hour visits to the gymn, 3xweekly.