Summary: I've had this for 8 years and it still works (mine is original black, not pink). My advice: This mp3 player is NOT good for stand alone use such as jogging or the gym because the battery dies and it can be hard to use.
Summary: My Memorx 8002 was a Christmas gift. It was very difficult to operate, instructions were poor. Would not respond to lmenus, just a bad one all round. My call to Memorex resulted in a suggestiion to reformat - whick I had already done. it was stuck on Play All and stayed there.
Summary: A few months ago, I bought this MP3 player, as it was cheap and I was in need of a new MP3 player. The day I got it, it froze on me. I should have known then that this would be trouble. After only having this MP3 player for a couple of months, I've had numerous issues with it.
Two major flaws: Bad Headphones and Fixed Shuffle option
B. Scurlock, Amazon
9 April 2009
Summary: First of all, when I tried to play the mp3 player the left headphone wasn't working. I was very disappointed when Target told me that they would charge me a 20% restocking fee for something that didn't work in the first place!!! Second, the "SHUFFLE ALL" option doesn't actually shuffle the songs.
Summary: The player is small and plastic, so it's very light. The clip is pretty flimsy (and easily becomes detached from clothing). It works with Windows Media Player, so it's easy to load and manage your music. The functionality covers the basics (play by shuffle, playlists, genre, artist, album, etc.).
Summary: I used this for training and participation in a snow shoe race. Works great and has a ton of space. My only complaint is that it stopped working once when it was really cold out. After that I kept it inside my jacket and haven't had any problems since.
Summary: After spending $$$$ on an ipod and ipod nano, neither was really that good for the gym. The 60 gig ipod skips tons, and the nano is a little too big to clip onto your body (unless you have pockets or a bulky armband holder, which always slides down on me.