Summary: I love the size, sound, price of Sandisks, but they keep malfunctioning on me. For no apparent reason, they start to skip, or go dead. Then I order another one. I guess I'm throwing my money away hoping the next one will work & have some longevity. This one started skipping after a few months.
Summary: It is really small almost treading the line on being too small which would make it easier to lose in my opinion. The real problem with this mp3 player is that although the clip concept is good in theory, but is not executed well on this particular version.
Summary: Wow! I've owned other SanDisk Clips before and it was very easy to transfer playliss from Windows Media Player. The only problem is that the audio books never showed up as "Audiobooks." I had to create a playlist for my books. Now, you have to convert the music from wpl to M3U.
Summary: I have come to appreciate the Sandisk line of mp3 players. I don't know what was so important that they couldn't leave this in the shop until this one was perfect! The lock does not prevent the player from turning off.
Summary: I have owned multiple Sandisk players [Clip, Clip+]. This is the worst. The interface is terrible, not remembering where you were when turned off and back on, not continuing to next disk in list without setting up complicated playlist, limited audiobook formats, having to push multiple buttons for...
They are discontinue this line of products.. Don't purchase
David Winslow, Amazon
22 August 2015
Summary: A few years ago, this was a good gadget that worked well (seamlessly) with Rhapsody Music Service. I've purchased several over the years and now they have several models, some work with Rhapsody and some don't.
Summary: There really isn't any need for a detailed review of this product. I've owned every previous generation of the Sansa Clip and Fuze MP3 players. There are a few software issues that need to be ironed out with the Clip Sport, like the way your albums list tracks in alphabetical order.
About the only good thing about the Clip Sport is the battery life
16 August 2015
Summary: About the only good thing about the Clip Sport is the battery life. Using a larger size memory card in the SD slot sets you up for irritating playback glitches. Even worse, you can't sync playlists to the SD card.
Summary: There are long delays between the time I press a button, eg the Back button, and the time the player actually responds. What do I mean by long? I can count 10 seconds! If I press buttons too fast then they seem to get queued up and the player gets all confused to where I finally have to turn it off...