|Product Dimensions||1.73 x 4.42 x 6.6 cm; 36.29 Grams|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.|
|Item Model Number||SDMX28-016G-G46B|
|Other display features||CE|
|Included Components||SanDisk® Clip Sport Plus wearable music player, USB 2.0 transfer cable, Quick start guide, Wired earphones|
|Item Weight||36.3 g|
|Manufacturer||Western Digital Technologies Inc.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||13 November 2017|
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SanDisk SDMX28-016G-G46B Clip Sport Plus MP3 Player, 16GB (Blue)
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- Affordable, water-resistant1 MP3 player
- Bluetooth wireless technology lets you go wireless for even more freedom in your workout
- Lightweight and durable, clips to your clothes or gear
- 16GB* capacity stores up to 4000 songs;Built-in FM radio3
- NOTE: Clip Sport Plus/Sport/Jam/Voice supports audiobooks obtained from Audible and DRM free Audiobooks only
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The affordable, lightweight SanDisk Clip Sport Plus MP3 player gives you the freedom and flexibility to work out the way you want. Durable and water-resistant1, it’s ready for a muddy mountain bike ride or a trail run in the rain. Use the lightweight earphones included or enable the Bluetooth wireless technology and pair it with your favorite Bluetooth wireless headset or speakers to experience the rich bass and quality sound without being tied down by wires. An 16GB capacity means that it’s big enough to store up to 4000 songs2, but it also has a built-in FM radio3 for those times when you want to tune in. Lightweight, it clips to your clothes or gear, so you can stop worrying about your device and focus on your workout.
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At a Glance
- Water-resistant (1), lightweight and affordable
- Works with Bluetooth wireless technology enabled devices
- Stores up to 4,000 songs (2)
- Built-in FM radio (3)
- Plays for up to 20 hours (4) on a single charge (wired headset)
SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player
The affordable, lightweight SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 player gives you the freedom and flexibility to work out the way you want. With its durable, water-resistant design (1), it’s ready for a muddy mountain bike ride or a trail run in the rain. It also features Bluetooth wireless technology so it pairs with Bluetooth wireless technology headsets or speakers. A 16GB (5) capacity means that it’s big enough to store up to 4,000 songs (2), but it also has a built-in FM radio (3). And it’s small enough to clip to your clothes or gear, so you can stop worrying about your device and focus on your workout.
SanDisk products are constructed to the highest standards and rigorously tested. You can be confident in the outstanding quality, performance and reliability of every SanDisk product.
What’s in the box
- SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player
- Lightweight earphones
Water-resistant and Durable
Durable and water-resistant (1), the SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player stands up to tough workout conditions—rain or shine.
Bluetooth Wireless Technology for Wireless Listening
Pair the SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player with your favorite wireless headsets for even more freedom in your workout.
Lightweight Clip-on Design
Clips on to your clothes or gear and stays put for a worry-free workout.
Built-in FM Radio
Tune in to your favorite FM stations or connect with the entertainment system at your gym.
Plays up to 20 Hours
With enough battery power to last for up to 20 hours (4) on a single charge (wired headset), your SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player has the stamina to keep up with you for multiple workouts before it needs to recharge.
Stores up to 4,000 Songs
16GB (5) capacity holds up to 4,000 songs (2) so that you’ve got enough music to carry you across the finish line or through your final reps.
|SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player, 16GB Black||SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player, 16GB Blue||SanDisk Clip Sport Plus Wearable MP3 Player, 16GB Red|
|Audio Formats||MP3, WMA (NO DRM), AAC, (DRM free iTunes) WAV, FLAC||MP3, WMA (NO DRM), AAC, (DRM free iTunes) WAV, FLAC||MP3, WMA (NO DRM), AAC, (DRM free iTunes) WAV, FLAC|
|Music (MP3 songs)||4000||4000||4000|
|Battery Life||20 hours||20 hours||20 hours|
|Connector||micro USB 2.0||micro USB 2.0||micro USB 2.0|
|Minimum system requirements||Windows XP SP2 or Mac OS X 10.3 and Lniux; USB 2.0 port (for hi-speed transfers and charging)||Windows XP SP2 or Mac OS X 10.3 and Lniux; USB 2.0 port (for hi-speed transfers and charging)||Windows XP SP2 or Mac OS X 10.3 and Lniux; USB 2.0 port (for hi-speed transfers and charging)|
|Drive dimensions||2.60 x 1.74 x 0.68 in. (66.04 x 44.20 x 17.27 mm)||2.60 x 1.74 x 0.68 in. (66.04 x 44.20 x 17.27 mm)||2.60 x 1.74 x 0.68 in. (66.04 x 44.20 x 17.27 mm)|
(1) IEC 60529 IPX5: Tested to withstand water flow (12.5L/min) at 3 min. Must be clean and dry before use.
(2) Based on 3.5 min songs at 128 kbps bit rate. Approximations: results will vary based on file attributes and other factors.
(3) FM radio functionality requires wired earphones.
(4) Based on continuous playback at 128 kbps MP3 with wired earphones; actual life and performance may vary depending upon usage and settings; battery not replaceable.
(5) 1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.
Western Digital Technologies, Inc. is the seller of record and licensee in the Americas of SanDisk products.
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Note that SanDisk decided to drop the microSD card slot. I can see that's annoying for some people since the cost of the bigger capacity models is disproportionately high, but then again they didn't seem to work seamlessly with the internal memory so no big loss in my opinion.
Sound quality seems up to scratch.
The main plus for me with the San disk is the battery. My old iPod touch needed charging every day and wouldn't hold any battery. I've had the San disk 2 months and only charged it 3 times! Amazing.
It is basic and not quite as intuitive as some devices - no matter what I try, playlists appear in 'folders' rather than in the playlist section, and I've only just worked out how to put a playlist on shuffle. But I didn't want to pay £200 for a device with loads of features I wouldn't use, so basic suits me fine.
The clip is handy. The headphones aren't amazing but they never are, and these are better than most sets you get with music players.
If you want a full entertainment device this obviously isn't for you, but if you just want something reliable to play music while you work out, this is excellent value.
Next is the battery life... After fully charging the device and using it for 40 minutes, we assumed that it would still have some charge left after 2 days of no use. Wrong! Completely flat. I charged it up again to full and without even using it, 2 days later it was flat. Rubbish!
Then, out refused to turn on 10 minutes before my wife's dance class was about to start! Panic as I tried to get the songs from my pc to my phone. After googling, apparently this had happened to other people. The solution is to hold the ON button for about 2 minutes! Why? Ridiculous.
Finally, and the most stupid thing of all, is the volume. We play this through a powered speaker but the volume is so low that even with the speaker on full volume it is nowhere near loud enough. If I turn up the volume on the device, it gets to halfway and then warns you about damage to your ears! Are you serious? You then have to wait for about 2 second until it makes you answer YES to an "are you sure" prompt and then you can turn the volume to full, which is only just loud enough. What could be more annoying? Well, the fact that the device does to standby after only a few seconds and then the volume resets and you have to go through the whole process again!
I stupidly the away the packaging so I can't return it, but it really is a poor quality item and very unreliable. Should have got a Sony Walkman. I now have to go with my wife to dance classes as she isn't confident enough to cope with the problems it brings every time she uses it.
The player is good value for the 16GB storage (I paid just over £40). It plays the formats I would expect.
It is lightweight and fits easily into a pocket. I tend not to rely on the clip, just in case.
It has survived the odd time I've dropped it, but as far as I can tell you can't get extra covers for it for added protection.
It doesn't need any specific software to sync with your PC - you can just use Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player. This is a massive improvement as the Creative software was awful.
You can play all tracks on shuffle, or choose by artist or album, as you would expect.
You can add the songs you are listening to to a playlist just using the player. However, if you like to create huge playlists, that'll take a bit more effort. You need to put all the tracks you want in a playlist in one folder, highlight them all in Windows Explorer and right click to add to Windows Media Player playlist. There may be other better ways to do this, but this was the one I found online. You can then edit the playlist in WMP. The thing is, when you add music to the device, it automatically creates folders by artist, then album. So you'll have to move stuff around if you want to create a playlist this way. I need to experiment with adding tracks manually with WMP.
I was quite happy with the earphones it came with. The sound was fine, the earphones fit me nicely. They've since died (September 2019) - but please note they used to rattle around in my handbag, getting wrapped around a hair brush and stuck under my wallet, so it's not like I treated them properly.
I've read comments about the volume, but I just told the MP3 player I wasn't in Europe and I never have to turn the volume past 25%, if that.
The battery life is good (though see below - I don't use bluetooth). When you charge it through your computer, it will assume you've added new tracks and will go back to the main menu, so bear that in mind if you're halfway through a playlist. It will also turn itself on if you plug it in.
As a value player, it doesn't have the DJ functions - so no album of the day, highly rated, rarely heard, most popular etc.
It doesn't cope very well with Japanese characters and doesn't always display them properly. When creating a WMP playlist, I had to convert the file names and titles into English characters, otherwise the playlist wouldn't find them. That may be a WMP problem more than the device's, though.
If you're reorganising tracks on Windows Explorer, including changing folder structure and deleting old folders, be very careful - it is very easy to say yes to deleting what turns out to be the top folder, not the one you thought you were getting rid of. You can delete 100 tracks before being able to cancel! I've started to back up the whole folder structure onto my PC in case I do something foolish.
It uses an odd USB connection - not a standard Android phone / PS4 / TomTom cable, nor the same one as my Nikon camera or the Creative Zen / PS3 cable. The cable that comes with it is very short.
The battery isn't replaceable, but I'm hoping it lasts the same way the one in the Zen did.
I don't use the Bluetooth or radio functionality so won't comment.
Overall I'm very pleased with it, given the price. I miss the DJ function but for the price, I'm happy.
Everything works on it but when I connect it via the headphone socket to my cd/radio player with a connector, the volume goes down dramatically and you have to turn it way up. I am using the same connector, so I assume that the wire is ok. It's a shame that sandisk don't do the up to date version of my previous one.