Stay entertained during your workout with this SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 player, which features a 4GB* capacity for storing music and audio books. The 1.4" LCD display with 128 x 128 resolution offers a clear view and helps simplify operation.
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Not too much, not too little, just perfect.
Posted by: camerasrus from: loomis ca on
I had the original Sansa Clip 4bg from September 2008 - November 2011-Well i accidentally RAN OVER it with my truck. The plastic power slider button popped out and i have to use a screwdriver to turn it off/on, got tired of that so i bought this new one. I love the new color screen w/ clock and FM tuner recording feature. Now i hear a good song on the radio and hit record and i have new songs to hear, Transfer of songs from my was just done through windows media player. Love the micro SD slot on this new version,now my 4gb player is a 20gb player (I use a kensington brand micr0 sdhc 16gb card). I tried the 8gb fuze version and a Sony Walkman and realized i didnt need to play videos or look at pictures on my mp3 player. This thing is perfect. Clock/FM tuner W/recorder+voice recorder+i download a podcast from itunes by dragging from itunes and copying to my desktop then send to sansa clip 4gb. Nothing bad to say about this version sans mp3 player. I Think in 3-4 years if this doesnt break illjust buy the next version as it will have w/e i need that the future brings! VERY WELL MADE and DURABLE, just dont drive over it with a 2 ton truck.
63 out of 63 found this review helpful.
good alternative. better than the nano or shuffle
Posted by: bananarama from: houstan, texas on
ease of use-8
feel in hands-10
this beats the random shuffling on apples shuffle or tiny touch screen of the nano.
great for the gym or for a first music player. its out of the way and the screen is a good size, since it is a dedicated music player.
and the perks of this little thing? additional microSDHC slot and the price.
43 out of 43 found this review helpful.
Great workout MP3 player
Posted by: Chindian from: Naples, Fl on
This MP3 player is a great player for the price. The buttons feel good, and device works really well. It's small and compact, and it can just simply clip on. Great for a workout without putting your smart phone in harms way.
Pros: It's a lot cheaper than an iPod and plays music just as good. Small and portable, and has a clip. Battery life is great along with easy connectivity to a PC. Expandable memory, if you run out of space you can just add more.
Cons: I had trouble connecting it with my Samsung micro sd card and couldn't get it to connect. However, it works best with it's own product, so using a sandisc micro sd card is a definet suggestion.
Coming from an ipod nano, for the price it's totally worth it. I would have given it 5/5 stars if the the micro sd card slot worked well with other brands of sd card and not just sandisc brand. Who knows though, a firmware update may fix that problem. Other than that, for $50 you can't go wrong. And especially when you can pick up micro sd cards for cheap and expand when you run out of space.
37 out of 37 found this review helpful.
Great bargain - Easy to use
Posted by: Dave940 from: Sunnyvale on
Easy to use at a fraction of the cost of a Nano.
Sandisk finally added AAC format to the entry level Sansa Clip making it easy for a novice to share music between an Iphone/Ipod and a non-Apple device.
I use it Clip Zip for the gym while keeping my Iphone safe.
30 out of 30 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Joe12304 from: Minneapolis on
Not sure I understand what other people are talking about. The Clip Zip is wonderful and simple. Drag and drop files to your heart's content. Micro SD slot means you never run out of room, and it sounds wonderful with a good set of cans.
29 out of 29 found this review helpful.
Plays music...just what you need it for
Posted by: John999 from: Arlington, VA on
This thing is smaller than I expected, and that's a good thing. Very easy to add music, very easy to play music...it just works. I bought the 4GB with plans to add a 32GB microSD card. For $100 or less, 36GB is a great value.
40 out of 43 found this review helpful.
Excellent for Running
Posted by: MarathonGamer from: Kenosha, WI on
My previous SanDisk MP3 player finally had to be retired after being a constant running companion for over four years. Throughout its life it always exceeded my expectations. It was strapped to my arm during three marathons and hundreds of training miles through rain, snow, and mud without fail. Only a couple weeks after purchasing this new one I ran another marathon and it pulled through with flying colors. Over the four hour span it barely consumed a quarter of its battery life and performed flawlessly.
I have yet to apply every part of its functionality like the FM radio, the stopwatch, and the voice recorder but I can think of potential uses for all of them. The most important thing to me is sound quality which is excellent. One can customize every aspect of the sound, or choose between several pre-sets. Like with any device learning the menus took a few minutes but once acclimated using it is easy. Computer interface is simple: Just plug it in via USB and the software opens automatically, no downloads required. One can copy and paste individual songs or entire files to the players memory just as they would to any other storage device, very easy to use. One aspect I really like is how the lock/unlock feature works. Press the power button once and the buttons are locked, then press it twice to unlock them. This makes it very simple to change songs while running without missing a step.
My only complaint was actually a BestBuy problem: They do not sell armbands for this device in their stores (or at least, not the one by me). One can purchase them elsewhere however, I found one at Kohls. There is a clip on the back of the player to attach it to clothing, but I just kept it in my pocket until I bought an armband.
Overall, I love this new MP3 player. The price is great, it has a lot of functionality, and it is high quality. I have high expectations for it going forward but I have no doubt that it will live up to them. It is sleek and durable, just like me.
19 out of 19 found this review helpful.
Best open source expandable mp3 player
Posted by: DonVic from: San Antonio on
I was looking to expand from my last player. I have 4 mp3 players because I cant expand none of them and each work great. I have 2 ipod shuttles(1G ea), Sansa(1G expandable to 3) and a Sony(2G). I placed music by genre on each and depending on what I feel I'll grab what I feel like listening. I bought this Sansa clip to put all on one so I dont have to sort and charge. I finally got all my music on it and It is the best I have so far. If you like just listening to music, I highly recommend. I went ahead and placed a 8G micro in it. You can customize it to remove or add menu features like say you dont listen to audiobooks or podcasts, dont show album covers... also has audio level boost normal or high. And the best feature is you're not strapped to itunes.
21 out of 22 found this review helpful.
Great for working out
Posted by: rockntheblocks from: Columbus, OH on
This mp3 player is exactly what I was looking for. I wanted something small to take to the gym and this mp3 was perfect.
The mp3 player is so light that I didn't even know it was there. I honestly forgot which pocket it was in because it was so light.
It does not just play mp3s. It also does audiobooks and has an FM radio built in (which you can record live radio songs you might like and can replay them at your leisure).
The only down side is that it has a small screen, but any screen is good on a small mp3 player like this (vs the iPod shuffle). Also, the headphones are very average, but they serve the purpose that I needed. If you are an audiophile, you may want to get new earbuds. But other than that, it was perfect!
17 out of 17 found this review helpful.
Low cost doesn't mean low Quality!
Posted by: dorightak47 from: Saint Paul, MN on
I bought my first SanDisk Sansa Clip-Zip tonight. I was tired of running at the gym with a bulky Ipod 120G in my pocket. I wanted to get the Ipod Nano, but for the high price and the fact that it doesn't have extra memory microSD card option like this Clip-Zip...I went with SanDisk. I am very pleased. So easy to use. I literally took it home, plugged it in to my Apple computer,. right away an icon of device popped up on my desktop. Went and opened up I-tunes. and just had to click and drag songs onto the icon symbol of device and songs automatically were copied and saved into my device. Yes this is I-Tunes compatible and able to be used with the Apple. No special hoops to jump through,. Made simple to add music. It does come with disk, which I did not use. I did not want to use Rhapsidy music store, nor wanted to be a temporary member to use the $10.00 free music it comes with. I-tunes is all you need and thats all I can say. Hope this helps any one, who is looking for MP3 player, without the hype of the I-pad Nano. Oh and get a case or clear skin to go on screen, I've read up and people say the screen is easily able to be scratched. just as a precaution I got a clear screen shield for it. Would buy another one, if my wife wanted one.