Summary: I took a chance on a refurbished MP3 player for less than $20. Had owned one of these same brand only mine was 8GB. The refurb'd one lasted one day before it locked up and would not reboot. Back it goes. I ordered a Clip Zip in 8GB now, but also refurb. I hope I get lucky this time.
Summary: Thing died out on me after 40 days of use (won't turn on, but will plug into computer). Tried every fix the internet offered, and it's not easy getting into the internals. While it lasted it had a simple, usable interface, with decent sound and storage. At the price tag it's a bargain, provided your device doesn't break down. It is a significant risk, and my older model sansa clip suffered from soldering issues and needed repair.
Summary: My husband and I bought two one for each and neither one of us liked it, the battery doesn't hold its charge, we recorded songs from the radio and the audio was really bad, I think the only thing we both liked about it was the size!! We returned it.
Summary: I bought this because I wanted a lightweight music player with a high storage capacity to use while working out. In theory this MP3 player should have been great. It is lightweight, it has a clip, it even has great controls, AND you can add up to 32gb of storage through its built in micro SD card! I bought this with a 32gb card here from amazon. When I got it I first filled the built in 4gbs with music to test it out, it worked great!
Pros: Good features to choose from, and good navigation, for such a small device. Clip feature is pretty neat too.
Cons: The viewing screen is way too small, with black lines that take away from using the on-screen features. Device should perhaps be a little bit bigger, with a larger screen for better viewing, and please use something other than 'plastic'?
It does everything, but jesus is this thing cheap!
9 October 2011
Summary: I bought this tiny little clip-on MP3 player since, for its price and size, the amount of features it boasts is off this world good. I could boost the memory up to 20 GB pretty cheaply with a micro SD card. I could record audio with the integrated mic which is so good you can record a lecture from behind the class with clarity and little noise. I could listen to and record FM radio.
Summary: Purchased new from Amazon.ca in mid September 2013, charged-it up and put a few audiobooks on it for bike rides. Yesterday, it stopped "mysteriously" and I cannnot get it to light-up when I try to charge it or link it to my PC. Looking for some kind of RESET trick-combination of buttons... but have failed until now. Wondering if I should contact Amazon or Sansa and if there is some kind of warranty? The worst is not knowing WHY it suddenly stopped!