Summary: The fuze+ sounds great. I only use it for music. The controls are extremely sensitive. Had it for a couple of months and sometimes it does not want to turn on. Then it loads for a long time before playing music.
Summary: I have used Sansa players for years and I have no complaints at all. I chose this player so I could put a 32gb card in it and carry everything I need. I have about 8gb of music, a few videos, some language programs, and 5 movies on it, in case I get stuck on a plane. Do that with your iPOS.
Summary: I did extensive research to find this MP3 player for my wife and she absolutely loves it! Happy wife, happy life. The device seems rugged enough (she drops stuff sometimes) and has more than enough room for everything she wants. Recommended.
Summary: Has a lot of storage space. Takes a long time to boot up. The menus are a hassle and not easy to use. Sound is good. Battery lasts for several hours. Recording device works fine. A good value for the price.
Summary: We got the second Sansa Fuze+8 GB MP3 player after the first one took a swim in the commode. I wouldn't recommend having the player swim in the commode. We got a refurbished player, and you would never know it. The player works perfectly and my daughter is very happy with it.
Summary: I was a Fuze user. I bought original Fuze in 2009. It gave pretty good mileage. I have an excellent Portable CD Disc Player Sony DNF 430. I didn't have time to write everything to CDs every time, So I was looking for a portable music player. My primary requirements were Good Sound, flac & mp3 playing ability, File-Folder access & Low (or Decent Cost). Every other player, I came across were expensive. After a lot of deliberation, I bought Sansa Fuze.
Summary: I have had plenty of sansa's products... from the original C-series players, to the sturdy E250 and then the beloved oh so beloved original Fuze. I got swindled though. I bought mine about two years ago. To this day, I think this is the product that I am disgusted for buying it. Part of it is that, as an engineer, i know what the engineers must pass through to get the products approved. My question is, How in the world did this product get approved?
Summary: I read some of the reviews that said the Plus was inferior to the original Fuze and that is a fallacy. There are things that are different than the original Fuze but the Fuze Plus is better by far. The thing that it seems many people are having trouble with is the touch pad on the new Fuze plus and the wheel on the original Fuze. The touch pad just takes a little getting used to and then it is much better than the wheel.