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.
Summary: Transferred music from older MP3 player, knowing that this company has gone under for poor quality with other items, this looked stable and will work well at the pool. I did not like the file software provided, with my computer, I just copied files from one drive to the other by dropping and dragging. Also using a better set of ear buds to improve sound quality. Overall not bad for the money.
Display too small. Buttons don't work. Navigation impossible while walking.
Charles M. Romer "chasrome", Amazon
26 March 2014
Summary: Most of these have difficult to use screens especially if you want to use them while exercising but this has to be the worst I've yet seen. No wonder the Mfr went out of business. If I could have given it zero starts I would.
Summary: Mine wouldn't work correctly until I formatted the flash drive. The earplugs had a short in one side, so it was okay as long as it didn't get moved. But, if it moved around, the sound cut in and out. Not a deal breaker since we have thousands of pairs of ear plug and buds lying around the house. The description says the item has been discontinued by the manufacturer. But, the manufacturer, Coby, went belly up in July of 2013.
Summary: It is easy to add music. It takes a AAA battery, sometimes it lasts awhile sometimes it seems to run out pretty fast even with a new battery. I use it very occasionally and it works just fine. I use it at events where I would not trust leaving a very expensive mp3 player unattended.
Summary: The sound quality on this MP3 player is awesome, comparable to some more modern music players. I also love the fact that it runs on batteries (AAA) so it doesn't have to be charged. Loading music is fairly easy (I'm miserable with technology so there was a bit of self-teaching involved) and the FM radio is also great.