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.
Summary: Works as described. Plays good music with clear production. I once used it for a party and connected it to huge speakers and it was fantastic. Only down side is that I couldn't get it to work well with extra memory. It shut down on me when I put in an SD card with songs.
Nice simple product but more durability would be nice
30 May 2014
Summary: I really like the Sansa Clip Zip. It is easy to use, sounds great and does everything I want (MP3s, radio, convient clip for excercize) and a lot more. Down sides are a poor indication of battery life and they do not last. The processor seems to last me 6 months to 1 year of hard use.
Summary: I purchased player to use in my new car. It did not work. Long story short, the USB cord that came with the player didn't fit the MP3 properly. I could load music and charge the player, but I could not play music in my car. It was obvious the cord did not fit the player as it should.
Summary: I was looking for a player to replace my Creative Muvoo v 100s (I bought 7 of them, but made the mistake of giving many of them away.) I wish I had bought all of them they had in stock at the time. They are no longer made.
Summary: This is a simple and intuitive player. My 11 year old son was able to work it from the start without directions. The available soft cover accessory is a good idea if you plan to buy this for a kid.
Summary: My purpose for purchasing this MP3 player was to play it in my car. My car has the hook up for MP3 players, ipod, etc. to play through the cars speakers. To my disappointment when I plugged it in to my car's usb port it would not work through the speakers.
Summary: It is an mp3 and fm radio in one. I bought it for the radio. The reception is not the best, it does not have an external antenna. I use it in an office and for some stations I have to hang the radio high up to get better reception.