Summary: In the past trying to exercise with your MP3 player could be a little difficult for a number of reasons. Perspiration and water could get in and damage the player, the shaking that occurs from exercising occasionally made your player skip, not to mention the player's weight was too heavy to use...
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10 May 2011
Summary: This device is not convenient to use without a special strap to the arm. The program for work with this product is awful! Although the sound is very good and loud! Battery and design is all charm. I do not advise anyone.
Summary: I bought Sony Sports Walkman Cassette players because they were durable and could take the abuse at the GYM. When everything went MP3 I tried a few other models and went back to the Sony and bought the 2 Gig version of the NW-203F and it lasted for about FOUR years.
Summary: My Favorite Sony MP3. It came with and armband and sport style headphones. Very good buy. Controls are easy to use and when not using the armband for the gym or running it slips right into your pocket and no one would notice. Very sleek and ergonomic.
Summary: I bought this to use in the gym. I was pleased with the sound quality. I found the sound quality not as good as my iriver but better than my ipod. This has a great little feature that changes the play list to slower or faster paced music depending on your pace.
Summary: Its beautiful and the toughest walkman ever used. Its much better then the new model. Used and jog in rains for 3 months without any problem. only drawback is it has less memory.. Shailesh Sheth. India
RDW "Lover of great Science Fiction, Mysteries, Detective Novels and any book that can keep me up reading all night", Amazon
28 December 2008
Summary: Cons - No way to use this product without Sony's propietary software, you cannot drag and drop MP3s onto it, doesn't work with Windows Media Player or anything else except SonicStage which is a notorious piece of junk.