Summary: I picked this refurb up after my new sansa clip took a fun trip through the wash and didn't want to spend almost twice as much on another new one. I've always been a fan of the Sansa refurbs, as I could normally find the newer lines in the ~$25-$30 range and for the most part they work as well as the new ones, this one being no exception.
2014 and it worked great has all the features I wanted
Theresa Calhoun, Amazon
14 November 2014
Summary: I received this product on September 2, 2014 and it worked great has all the features I wanted. It stopped working completely on November 12, 2014. I'm definitely not pleased with how short the life span of this product was.
Rarely works. I have two (didn't learn from the ...
27 October 2014
Summary: Rarely works. I have two (didn't learn from the first mistake) They have only been used while walking my dog to the park and home, nothing crazy yet the first one the radio stopped and the mp3s still worked from the memory card, the second the radio went first then the mp3s.
Buy a new one instead, refurbished products tend to be risky business
22 October 2014
Summary: I wouldn't bother with refurbished SanDisk players again, personally. The Sansa line, while great by all means (even more so when you install RockBox on it instead of the default operating system, it adds support to a whole bunch of music formats not supported out of the box, the equalizer is top-notch too), unfortunately had some items that were apparently quite fragile too...
Worked great up with no problems up until this September where ...
28 September 2014
Summary: I took a gamble on this refurbished item. Bough it in January for my wife and her running. Worked great up with no problems up until this September where it wouldn't power up. It was charging via the usb port overnight and when I went to put some new tunes, it just wouldn't power up. Warranty expired so there is nothing to do. Refurb items are always a gamble. Only 3 stars because the Sansa didn't last longer than 8 months.
Summary: I have been very pleased with this...so far no problems. I also have a more expensive Sansa clip and this one seems to work as well if not better. Again as everyone says the ear buds are worth nothing but when you use good ones the sound is clear. It did not come with instructions but was very easy to program. What ever was wrong with it that they had to refurbish it it does not seem to make a difference.
Summary: I've had this for about a year now, and when it works, it's great. Not sure if i have a buggy version, but since the beginning there have been small annoying issues with the player. The first one was that sometimes the play/pause button just wouldn't work randomly. This happens about every 10th time i use it i think. I have to power down and power back up in order to get normal functionality.
Summary: Its simple and easy to work and not much trouble getting FM stations. One thing I'm a little disappointed with is the shortness of battery, It only seems to last about 3 and half hours when used continually.