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I like thats it@s small and can fit basically, well, anywhere! The build quality is average for Sandisk which is alright. They are a good brand and I use them a lot. It holds 8gb worth of music and/or audiobooks. It is easy to operate with the button joystick. Has quite a volume for a little machine. Comes with headphones, charge/transfer data cable. Am downloading my albums as I write this and it is transferring that data very quickly. I love that it has a micro sd slot.... more music! I have only had it a few hours, but all seems very good so far.
This is a great MP3 player for taking out and about. Its not much larger than a match box, but is easy to use, has a simple but effective display and with upgraded earphone a good sound. The battery life is superperb, as is the ability to expand the memory with a micro SD card. It has several other features beyond the player, including a radio that works. Very clever design from a highly respected brand.
This MP3 player is very neat but packs a big sound. Easy to charge up and simple to download music from your computer. Like the vivid green colour - makes it easy to spot if you ever drop it but with the powerful clip that is rare! One slight downside I feel is navigating your way around the various settings - can be a bit clunky - but that is a minor criticism on what is a very good product for the price.
Years back I had a little Creative Stone mp3 player. I loved it and was sad when it finally gave up the ghost a couple of years ago. I had looked on and off for a replacement but nothing looked as neat and small as that little gem was. Until this - it's a tiny bit bigger than the Creative Stone was but still very small. Sound quality is great, batteries last for ages and it's easy to navigate through your files and folders (and it supports multiple levels of folders). I really love it, use it very frequently and would highly recommend.
I bought this as a replacement for an Apple Nano as it is no longer available and was not prepared to pay approx. £200 for the Apple replacement. Compared with the Nano it is only three stars but based on price alone it is worth five stars so have given it a four star rating. Controls are rather 'clunky' but sound is OK.
It is a good little MP3 player that does what it’s supposed to do, however it doesn’t hold its charge well. I can charge it on a Saturday but by the following Saturday it’s showing low battery, even though it’s not been used. So now I charge it before I know I am going to use it. Currently I use it when out running so it’s only used for half hour - hour at a time so I don’t see why it’s not holding charge
I had an old Clip that I have used for falling asleep to podcasts for years, I would play the podcasts and when the podcasts in that section were all played the MP3 player would turn off. When it eventually gave up the ghost I replaced it with this model but this type works differently, the podcasts play round and round on a loop all night, disturbing sleep and running the battery down. There are settings in the menus but these are really limited and don't help.