|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||1.5 Inches|
|Battery Average Life||18 Hours|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion|
|Memory Card Slot||Micro SDXC|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Product Dimensions||26 x 12 x 21 cm; 204 Grams|
|Item Weight||204 g|
|Item Model Number||M9|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||12 July 2019|
MP3 Player with Bluetooth,32GB Clip MP3 Player with FM Radio Wired Earbuds,Music Player with Touch Full Screen, Voice Recorder,Video Play, Wrist Belt, Mini MP3 Player Bluetooth for Running Workout
|Price:||+ $9.06 Delivery|
- BLUETOOTH WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY FOR WIRELESS LISTENING-Pair the Bluetooth MP3 Player with your favorite Bluetooth wireless headphones for even more freedom in your workout.(Tips: unable to connect cellphone via Bluetooth).
- COLOR YOUR WORLD WITH SUPERB SOUND -High-performance dynamic audio quality allows the MP3 player to provide a rich acoustic experience.
- FULL TOUCH SCREEN FOR EASILY OPERATING -The Bluetooth mp3 is equipped with 1.5 inch highly sensitive touch screen , so you can smoothly operate the player like you use the phone.
- WEAR YOUR MUSIC, NOT YOUR PHONE - The MP3 player Bluetooth comes with clip and wrist belt. Keep the music on and your phone off with the music player that's designed for your workout.
- 8,000 SONGS & 18-HOUR BATTERY- Holding up to 8,000 songs (32GB) and up to 18 hours of battery life, your favorite music on the MP3 player with Bluetooth helps you go the distance.
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Born for Sports with Clip: Mini size and super lightweight with wearable clip. The lightweight 0.7oz device with clip-on secures firmly to your clothing easily, hands-free portability, you could take the ideal mp3 player for your morning running or afternoon workouts.（Strap is adjustable, let the exercise unburden）
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So yeah, it's a pretty much okay device with the quality of sound and output/ease of use but the major downside is the connectivity issue with my Bose headphones.
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Pros: the display is more crisp than I was expecting. The touch is fairly accurate especially given the small size. It's just the right size - not too big to look silly and not to small to be useful. It quickly downloaded my amazon music purchases. It has enough juice to power my Audio Technica over-ear headphones with enough volume. Fully cranked there was no audible distortion. Bluetooth interfaced with my workout headphones easily enough. Intuitive.
Cons: I just assumed it would show album art like my iPhone. It does not. Not a deal breaker but kinda made me sad. It does not let you scroll or speed swipe - so if you have a hundred artists on it, guess what - you have to tab through a hundred artists with a tiny corner touchscreen button. Yikes. Sound is decent through my over-ears but no improvement in BT SQ versus my ancient iPhone. Sad. Finally, not even water resistant.
For the price how can I expect more? But a few interface features like a scroll wheel, a little waterproofing, and some album art and I'd pay double the price.
The only negative is the touchy interface. It took me some time and practice to learn how to rewind and fast-forward if I lost my place in the book, or accidently shifted to an earlier or later track. The interface is small and sensitive, and for a while I double-tapped by accident, advancing the book when I didn't mean to. Particularly for books that have several chapters on each track (which is most of them), this was frustrating. Given how MP3 audio books are set up, however, I don't see how the device manufacturer could have remedied this issue.
Overall, this MP3 player was just what I needed, and I'm enjoying listening to my audio books on this handy little device.
Now for the saddest part of the review. I had forgotten to use the device for a day or two, and when I finally turned it on and connected a wired headphone, the battery said it was full. Sat down to do some mobile gaming on my phone at the par. I kept accidentally turning the player off as it doesn't have any kind of "LOCK" button and the On/Off seems unnaturally sensitive, and within minutes the player died. Checked it and said battery was dead. Confusing. I know I charged it for a full night. So plugged it into a battery pack, and left it on the table. One hour later battery said full, plugged in some earbuds, clipped it to my slingbag, and still seated, put my bag over my head. Now as I said the weight of the Player impressed me earlier, now however, the clip was unable to keep the player attached to the strap, and even pulled the Player off the earbuds. It fell maybe three feet and the screen cracked, a quarter way up from one corner, and chipped around the edge in another spot. Disappointing to say the least. I've dropped my Ipod Nano 5th Gen hundreds of times, with not but scratches in the aluminum. Only a weeks use and I seem to have a brand new player with a cracked screen and possible battery issues. For ~$40 bucks I guess it's not so bad, but I'm guessing I'll be looking to replace this one very soon.
Like I said I really wanted to like it. ~$40 for a 32G, BT, MP3 player, the size of a watch?!? Should I try and ask for a refund or just chalk it up to a lessoned learned? Thats my dilemma now.