|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-G46R|
|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|
SanDisk SDMX28-016G-G46R Clip Sport Plus MP3 Player, 16GB (Red)
|Price:||+ $8.28 Delivery|
- 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
- Affordable, water-resistant1 MP3 player
- Bluetooth wireless technology lets you go wireless for even more freedom in your workout
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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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To put this into context: I have 23 audiobooks, taking 10GB … but 1,639 files. The device won't list all of them and I haven't even filled it!
With 16GB of storage, it is WAY too easy to hit this user interface problem and it is really poor that SanDisk (a) haven't spotted it already and (b) fixed the firmware.
In my initial review posted below, I was having nothing but trouble with my original MP3 player I purchased. I sent it back and requested a replacement. 6 months on with the replacement, it is working flawlessly - No problems whatsoever! Bluetooth works perfectly every time, the clip on the back hasn't broken and the device is easy to use.
I'm very happy with my replacement - it's changed my opinion of this device 180!
Original Review 20th January 2020
As a veteran of Sandisks MP3 Players, I've previously owned the Clip Jam and Clip Sport and they were both very sturdy and very good players and lasted many, many years before being replaced. Sadly the newest generation, the Clip Sport Plus falls far short of my expectations.
Start with the plus side first:
- Standard Clip Sport look-and-feel to it and colourful.
- Lightweight, small and unobtrusive.
- Waterproof, rugged and shockproof. Great for sports and outdoor activities.
- Choice of Bluetooth or 3.5mm jack for listening with.
- Easy to transfer MP3 files from PC to MP3 player. Just navigate with Explorer and you're done. No special software needed here!
- Marginally larger/ chunkier than the former Clip Sport. I recon this is due to it now being waterproof and more rugged for outdoor use. The connection ports have little covers to protect them from the elements.
- Bluetooth! Bluetooth worked well the first few weeks, pairing to my earphones, car, phone flawlessly. Then suddenly it didn't want to know. Didn't want to connect. Tried resetting it, restart, updating firmware etc but to no avail.
- The Clip on the back broke in the first week. My former Sandisk Sport and Jam both had clips, and both worked perfectly up until the end of their life and they were used on a very regular basis.
- Buttons are harder to press. Recon this is due to the ruggedness and waterproof-ness of this new MP3 player.
- Volume Restrictions. A lot of reviews complain about low volume. You can easily bypass this when you initially select your Region during setup. **DO NOT SELECT EUROPE!** Choose a different continent and you'll get full volume. The volume restriction is down to EU regulations, not SanDisk.
In summary, I'm genuinely disappointed with Sandisks latest offering of their Clip Sport Mp3 player. Initially it's a great little thing, but the BT stopped working which was the reason I bought this MP3 player in the first place, so I could play my music through my wireless earbuds.
Only after a mere 3 weeks, I've returned the MP3 player to Amazon for a replacement, and *touchwood* this new one might work better than the last one this time round. I'm willing to give Sandisk the benefit of the doubt but if this one also fails to work properly, it too will also go back for a refund and get a different brand of MP3 player all together.
Time will tell.
- I've not owned many mp3 players because I only upgrade when they break. This one I have found the battery life gets worse the fuller it is, something I have found with all the Sansa mp3 players I've used but not other brands. Perfectly happy to be corrected on that one if it's just a fact of life for portable music that's not on your phone.
- I've had no issues with the volume. I've never put it approaching maximum in my time using it (and rarely have with any other).
- The preset EQs are terrible, you're definitely going to want to use the custom one.
Two key flaws with it:
- Today, while just sat in my bag on its own, in the space of an hour since I last used it, it crashed. Crashed so badly I thought it was permanently broken and was about to write to the seller demanding a refund. After a soft reset it appears to be okay. So far. My last Sansa crashed intermittently just from day-to-day use, eventually corrupted several gigs of its memory, before then just dying permanently with no reset hard enough to fix it. It took years for it to get to that point, but I'm not filled with faith.
- The much larger issue for me is that there is an unlistenable amount of trash noise distortion at a low level if you use any headphones except the ones purchased with it. This isn't an issue of headphone quality either, as I tried it with my mid-range Goldrings that I use for recording and it was present there also. The ONLY headphones that don't cause this problem are the ones that came with the thing, which are not especially comfortable and have a pretty short cable, especially considering it's meant to be an mp3 player for sporty people (not me). I thought at first it was just an issue with the item I had, but a quick Google found that this is apparently a factory issue (maybe not with all of them given a brief trawl of the reviews on here doesn't raise a mention). Now please believe that I am not an audio snob; I listen to very low bit-rate mp3s to maximise the storage space, and the article I found about the mp3 player accurately described this distortion as 'obvious to anyone with ears.' At present, the headphones are still working and we're fine, but given the average lifespan of out-of-the-box earphones, I suspect I'll be needing to buy a whole new mp3 player when these buds eventually give out.
I really liked the last Sansa I had even when it was starting to act up, but regardless of any extra features like a clip for your belt or displaying the album art when you're playing music, it seems to me like actually being able to play music without ruining it is a pretty shocking feature to be lacking in this device.
Others have complained about the volume the unit puts out, but I've found no issues connecting to headphones or BlueTooth speakers as they effectively amp things up. One slight criticism is that charge life doesn't seem to be that close to the maximum 20 hours advertised, that said, I use BlueTooth connections all the time and the 20 hours is maybe possible with wired earphones.
Overall: a recommended MP3 unit especially at the moment where manufacturers seem to expect everyone to use their phone for MP3 playback meaning that most MP3 players are cheap and nasty generic players, rather than reliable units from major companies.
I wanted a MP3 player to go running with, that had at least 16gb storage for all my music (okay bit excessive, I have several big playlists on shuffle) and was water resistant. I really don't understand why all the fully waterproof (IPX7 or 8) MP3 players never have more than 8gb? I can understand the issue with SD card slots but is it really that hard to have 16gb or 32gb?
Anyway once set up this works great for running in the rain. It's tiny, and the sound is really great, and it has a nice big clip on the back. However it's the setting up that's a pain. You have to drag and drop music and can't sync with iTunes etc, so getting music on there is clumsy and cumbersome. And the album cover transfer is purely hit and miss. Some tracks have them but so many don't.
There's a couple of issues during use as well. I've not tried the Bluetooth so can't comment on the range. I prefer to use wired headphones but the headphone jack has a flap that gets in the way when you plug in a headphone. It's so flimsy I can't see it lasting. I understand it helps water resistance but only when you use Bluetooth. For wired headphones you've have to move the flap, which renders its purpose useless and makes it very clumsy. When you press the buttons on the side to adjust the volume the music skips for a second. Why?? I find this really annoying.
16gb (largest there is really for a water-resistant player)
Nice big clip
Cumbersome to get music on it
Can't sync it with itunes
Album art hit and miss
Stupidly clumsy headphone jack flap
music skips when you adjust the sound
Yeah final thought is that it is very expensive for what it is, but it's the only water-resistant MP3 player that has more than 8gb inbuilt storage.