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SanDisk - Clip Sport Plus 16GB* MP3 Player - Blue

Model: SDMX28-016G-A46BSKU: 5508201

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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 2485 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Works great for what I need it

    Posted
    AlexN

    This little guy is not for everyone. If you don't care about cons, then you will have a hard time finding a better MP3 player. Cons: * No expandable storage. Although 16GB is plenty for me. Not that hard to refresh the whole library every once in a while * Battery life is not great in Bluetooth mode (6-7 hours) * Integrated clip is mostly plastic and will likely break if you are not careful. * Appears to be older Bluetooth version (under v4), which is probably the reason for the issue above. Need confirmation. * A little expensive, considering that you can buy smartphone for the same price. On the other hand it will definitely last 5+ years. * Battery is not replaceable, but I'm sure it can be replaced with some tinkering. * Probably will never work with rockbox * Does not have carrying case. Just use an old case for glasses. Pros: * Drag and drop to add music. No bull**** requiring special software or syncing. * Convenient size. It might seem a little big (1.5" long) but that is the price for ruggedness and screen. * Solid build. Does not feel cheap and built like a tank that will survive anything you throw at it. Plastic cover around screen is curved to handle more pressure. * Has a reasonably sized screen. Low resolution, but you are not buying it to watch videos. * Skip songs with a single button press, even when screen goes off. * Water resistant IPX5. Could be better, but not planning to swim with it. * Decent menu and controls. Had to show my retired mother how to use it only twice, which is quite an achievement ;) * FM radio is a nice bonus. You'll be surprised how many radio stations out there and how fun they can be. * Came with a set of flat cable headphones. Not that good quality but great for a backup. * Has stop watch and timer that can be saved * Latest firmware has Audible (.aax) support There is also a pretty big manual available, which has more info about locking screen and other features.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Surprisingly great product.

    Posted
    Panevino2017
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    I’ve been waiting to submit a review until I’ve had ample time to use this and give you some good info. For starters, I have an I-pod Shuffle that’s about 10+ years old. It’s great, small and perfect for the gym. I’m also old school. However, I wanted to upgrade to wireless headphones and this just wasn’t an option with a shuffle. In fact, not even new ones were an option, only the nano was and I wasn’t ready to spend another $150. I like a music player to listen to music and phones to call people. Besides, my phone is too bulky while working out. So back to why I chose Sandisk. I reviewed this and thought it was worth a try. It’s small, but about twice the size of a shuffle and that’s still quite small. It came with earbuds and I tried them just for giggles and they were garbage, tinny sounding, no bass, worthless. But that’s not why I bought this, I bought the MP3 player strictly because it can link via bluetooth, to a set of quality headphones. I was skeptical at first, especially after hearing how it sounded on the earbuds that it came with. However, it works great. Super easy to download songs, didn’t really need any “manual” to figure it out. Just plug it into computer with supplied cord, it shows up on desktop, and you drag songs into it. However, as some have mentioned, MP4s need to be converted to MP3s. No biggie, I have enough songs of both formats that I just need a couple hundred songs for variety for my workouts and can reformat as needed. Not a deal breaker. The device is super user-friendly. However, I can’t tell whether or not the new wireless headphones or sandisk caused some minor cut-outs in signal from the headphones. Sandisk claims it can “bluetooth” at a range of 30 feet. I clipped this to my waste and during some exercises with bending, I got a short signal cut-out. At first it was annoying, so the verdict is still out on whether the range is real or not, but my goodness, all I need is 2-3 feet from my waste to my head. It could be my headphones though so I can’t complain directly about sandisk. I got a great Deal on sale at Best Buy so this was extra special on the price. I’d recommend this by far as a good option for those wanted to connect to a wireless set.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    BLUETOOTH Enabled>>>Yea!>>Use provided USB.

    Posted
    KDub
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    Use the provided USB cord. My two units did not fluidly accommodate substitute USB. Bluetooth will not work in FM mode unless the earphone connection, that round 3.5mm thingy, is plugged in. I hook in my earphone/pads and then FM reception is bluetoothed to the receiving device. Use the 3.5mm connector cord in your car if available. Your auto bluetooth may accommodate phones but not necessarily this SanDisk (but, as always, there may be exceptions) The good things about this SanDisk is that it is Bluetooth, lightweight, compact, rechargeable, nice ear buds,and MAC friendly. The not-so-bad things is a relatively shorter battery life, inability to substitute USB cable, requires a 3.5mm connection for FM reception (probably to use the wire for an antenna), appears to be very cheaply made and the controls are not super intuitive. I learned to love the good stuff and work-around the not-so-good. The USB connection issue is between the SanDisk device and any substitute cord/cable -- the SanDisk receiver did not accept the fit of a couple of my attempted substitutes. Addressing the cheapness, I've dropped the SanDisk Mp3 on hard surfaces a few time times and it continues to survive with no issues. The SanDisk is used for Bluetooth with wireless headphones and an Anker SoundCore A3102 speaker (although the SONY SRS-XB2 is superior but way more $$$) so that I am able to listen to downloaded PodCasts when spooling around in my older Jeep Wrangler out sailing the Bristol. I've had my SanDisk for a few months and still learning how to consistently PAIR the Bluetooth without minor frustration but it's great once connection is achieved. Purchased TWO -- one for me and one for Wife who uses hers at the gym. Yeah, for the $$, this gismus is wonderful.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Had some hiccups

    Posted
    robertpalmer
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    I specifically got this for running to replace an iPod shuffle. It was the only option with bluetooth for running I could find that would clip onto my running shorts. The pros: - it has bluetooth - it's small and good for running - easy to navigate music folders. just mounts like a hard drive. - good amount of storage - has a screen to see what song is playing, unlike the iPod shuffle - the clip is sturdy and it seems durable, in general The cons: - very cumbersome to make playlists. on a Mac, you have to jump through a bunch of hoops to even make your playlist text file compatible. in short, you must format it to use windows end of line characters. - bluetooth strength was not very strong compared to other bluetooth devices I've had - audible books require authorization via the app and requires a windows pc to use. was almost a deal breaker, but was able to borrow a pc to do this. would have been great to know ahead of time. - the charging cable, which is also required to transfer music is really short. not ideal if you're trying to plug into the back of a computer. and other micro usb cables I had didn't fit because of its narrow opening around the port. - FM radio reception is so poor that it's not even usable. I've read that it's better with headphones, but that defeats the purpose of bluetooth. All in all, this device will work as long as your'e willing to put up with a few of those annoyances. If you want bluetooth, it's also the only device I'm aware of that is a competitor to the shuffle. At the end of the day, I wish I would have spent a little more money and gotten a smart watch, which I will probably end up doing here soon.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    not for podcasting

    Posted
    danbbuyer
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    i've had other sandisk units in the past.: original sandisk clip was cheap and flimsy, broke after 2 months. my fuze lasted at least a few years, i liked it most overall although I hated the disc like controls which eventually wore out. the unit didn't survive a final fatal drop to the floor. my last sandisk clip lasted just over a year, but getting sweat down in the buttons/controls always made it useless, eventually just destroyed it. was very slow too. the battery never lasted long enough before needing charging. i wasn't happy with it. so i went looking and got this one needing something more sweatproof than anything else. but this has turned out to be a mistake for me because of the features lacking vs sandisk's other units. sweatproof? seems adequate. but not entirely because if you plug in earbuds, you have to open and leave the connector flap dangling so that i will someday rip off and get lost. they apparently didn't go with always exposed waterproof/water resistant connectors. i wanted to stick with sandisk mostly because they allow me to just connect my units to any of several pcs i use on the go and download podcasts directly from various web sites to my units. at least this is still a convenience. apparently there is no slot for external memory on this unit. i had to cut my music down a lot to transfer things over from my prior clip. 'podcasts' should be a top-level category itself.. for some reason sandisk continues to bury the podcasts selection down under 'books', even now when you can hide top-level categories. i was completely unaware i was loosing fast playback with this unit. this is a deal breaker for me and i'm going to have to start shopping again. i listen to economic and political podcasts. my listening coverage is down 25% and i'm not able to keep up with my weekly podcasts anymore. overall unit speed is much better than the last sandisk clip unit i had, acceptable. sound is good. wish they provided an elastic armband with clip mount with this, it's better than having to clip to my shirt/belt and relocate it constantly when i work out on different pieces of equipment at the gym. this unit has bluetooth. not tested. i do not currently use bluetooth earbuds.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    mp3+ Player

    Posted
    DenverMike
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    I never loaded music or books onto my SmartPhone because I run my business from it and don't want to run the battery down during business hours. I've wanted a player but didn't want to deal with Apple. The price was right on this item. I picked this player up thinking it would only play mp3. Turns out it will also play mp4, wav, wma, something else, and some book formats that I haven't tried yet. It will connect to bluetooth devices -- headsets or cars or others. It has an FM radio with presets. It has a stopwatch to time whatever you need to time. I can set up playlists, play albums, search for artists or songs or albums -- lotta options. Darned nice sound, too. Not $200 earbuds, but very nice for the price. It's simple to load -- open Windows Explorer and drag/drop the music files. Or, drag/drop an entire album. Simple. What would I do differently? I'd make a model with more storage or with an SD slot. I'd pay more to be able to double or triple the storage. The 16GB internal storage can hold up to 4000 songs, they say. I've loaded about 1700 and have 1.5GB left. I play it on shuffle so by the time something repeats, I won't know -- so 1700 should last awhile. It has easy selection controls on the front, volume controls on the side, a decent display, and a clip on the back. I wouldn't try clipping to my belt (too thick) but it clips nicely to a pocket or sleeve. Nice device!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Questionable water restistance

    Posted
    bestbuyshopper
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    I've only had this MP3 player since March of 2017. It was an MP3 player, nothing special, and I was relatively satisfied with it. I took it on an airplane trip to NYC in which it had an unfortunate encounter with some water. I understand that it is not water proof and only water resistant, but, disappointed in this nonetheless. Being WAY out of town and on an airplane on top of it when it happened I didn't have access to the old "bowl of rice" trick for electronics which have had a run in with too much moisture. I opened up all of the port plug covers in an attempt to get it as much air as possible. It worked briefly but now it won't turn on and when I plug it into my computer it just says, "FW upgrading - don't unplug". But, it does nothing. When I downloaded the Sandisk MP3 Updater program from their website, it says it can't find an MP3 player connected. I tried any resetting options I could find online but to no avail. I believe it is essentially dead since it doesn't appear that my computer sees it anymore and therefore I can no longer manage the content on it. Of course I didn't buy the extended protection plan because it's 1/3rd of the cost of a brand new MP3 player so it just didn't seem to be worth it. Might be kind of handy right now. I'm still within the manufacturer's warranty coverage period but who wants to deal with shipping it off to them and waiting who knows how long? Not me! Plus no guarantee they would decide to offer coverage anyway.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great but not that great

    Posted
    mrediddle
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    For a lightweight bluetooth enabled clip on device under $60 it's not bad. What it misses from it's earlier variants are the microsd card slot. 16GB is a nice size built in but I have a massive mp3 collection (400+ GB) and at some point in this small capacity player the tunes are going to get repetitive. I also noticed the splash proof buttons on the face of the unit are periodically non-responsive. The player boasts a 20+ hour battery life, but while running the bluetooth it is more like 4-5 hours which is adequate for a workout, but not for a full 8 hour work shift. The deal breaker for me in this unit wasn't the storage capacity, it was the bluetooth reception. I paired them with several models of headphones and speakers and with every one of them the range is awful. Most bluetooth devices will allow 30 feet between the two communicating devices...not this one. I noticed drops at 15 feet and complete unpairing at 20 feet. Also, the player must be worn on the same side of the body that the headphone receiver is on because it constantly drops the signal if not. Does not work well inside a pocket or bag either.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for working out

    Posted
    Bittermidget
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    Already owned the non-Bluetooth version of the Clip Sport and use it all the time at the gym. Wanted this version since it includes Bluetooth for wireless headphones. Mixed feelings about this product and I think they missed the mark in some respects. The regular non-Bluetooth Clip Sport is cheaper, but includes a micro SD card slot for adding a lot more music. This Clip Sport Plus adds Bluetooth, but does away with the SD slot. Puzzling and I think a missed opportunity. I guess they think 16GB is more than enough, but it limits you to lower resolution MP3 if you want a lot of music stored here. Build quality is slightly better than Clip Sport and is slightly larger and heavier, but still extremely light and does not bother you when clipped to a shirt or in shorts pocket. Keep in mind that the FM radio function does not work when using bluetooth headphones since the headphone cable would normally serve as the FM antenna. Overall, this is still one of the only ultralight products that play a multitude of formats (including FLAC) and are basically geared toward working out, hiking, etc. Wait until it is on sale and the price is fair for what you get.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    very pleased with this MP3 player

    Posted
    WonderWoman
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    I did a lot of research and read numerous reviews before I purchased this MP3 player. Although it didn't come with a full instruction manual, it did have a 'quick start' guide, so it was easy to load music immediately after the battery was charged. I wanted to know about more advanced features and went to the SanDisk website to see if I could find FAQs. They had a downloadable PDF of the full instruction manual, so I found the answers to my questions, and learned about other helpful features as well. The included earbuds also act as the FM radio antenna. The reception is better than I expected for stations with strong frequencies in my area. I live in the sticks so I have limited access to FM radio stations. I simply extend the headphone cord to get the best reception I can. This is not to say that you can access all FM stations; it depends on the topography in your area and distance to the station. There is no AM radio; only FM. You can pre-set favorite stations. The 16GB model can store up to 4000 songs, depending on the length of the songs. (This is based on an average song length of 3.5 minutes, per the instruction manual PDF.) The battery is rechargeable with the included USB cable. Other features include a Sports section with a timer and a stop watch. There is also a Books section where you can load audiobooks and podcasts.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    It's OK

    Posted
    MaskedTurtle
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    I had a Sansa Fuze that was acting up, so on Black Friday I went to Best Buy and decided between the Clip Sport Plus and the Clip Jam. I decided to get the Sport Plus mainly because of the higher capacity and the screen size. They had red & blue. I wanted the red, but wound up with the blue (long story about a terrible shopping experience). I think the Fuze was easier to operate in terms of the looks of the screen, the types of buttons on the player and the ease of using the buttons. Turing the player on & off is a little bit of a pain. Using the buttons is more difficult because it requires more pressure. The way the buttons are arranged makes it a little more difficult to quickly grab the player with one hand and operate it. I have to grab it, hold it against my leg until my hand kinda gets in the right position, and then use it. Also, the volume doesn't seem to be as loud. I have read about different settings for Europe and America, etc., and have made any necessary adjustments, but it still doesn't seem as loud as my original player. Overall, it's not a bad buy, I just don't like it as much. I had been without a player long enough, and this one seemed to fit my needs. I didn't need anything fancy, just something that worked. It also fell within my budget. It's an OK price for what it is, but if it weren't on sale, I wouldn't have bought it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Super SanDisk customer support, fine product

    Posted
    KarenK

    I got the SanDisk Sport Plus (16 gb) because our old mp3 player (Creative Zen X-Fi) needed replacing after many years service. Unfortunately, today there aren't many companies producing mp3 players at a reasonable price these days. It seems the industry wants you to use your phone. My husband and I didn't for several reasons (overheating my phone playing audiobooks all the time; memory used filling it with books; using the battery up so we'd be recharging it all the time). I finally decided on the SanDisk Sport Clip Plus. SanDisk is still currently producing them, they are compatible with audible books, and audible supports SanDisk. Since we use the mp3 player almost exclusively to play audiobooks that was the determining factor. However, I couldn't get my old audible files in format 4 to work on the new SanDisk Sport Clip, even after much searching for information. Finally I wrote to SanDisk and got a reply in less than 12 hours!. Now it works great. I needed to re-download my audible books in enhanced format. But now they load on the mp3 player where they're supposed to and it sounds great. The sound is very clear and easy to understand. Simple mp3 player and very easy to figure out the controls. I would buy SanDisk again, simply because of their stellar customer support. But the product works great too. (My only complaint is I had to use the magnifier on my phone to see the serial number to register my product.)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great price for a Bluetooth mp3 player

    Posted
    Jules
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    I'm happy with what I got for the price. I wanted Bluetooth on an mp2 player and my old iPod Nano was perfect except for this. So, since the Nanos are discontinued and I prefer a new item, I got this Sandisk. It's quite a bit different, but it does almost everything I want (except it loops through podcasts instead of playing one then stopping). Apple has a lock on display quality on regular mp3 players, but it works just as well (once I got used to the navigation), feels solid, and is small. The clip holds it securely and the Bluetooth connects reliably. Battery life with Bluetooth is at least 12 hours and without is maybe 6 hours longer. I don't know how long standby is because I've used it every day since I got it. It charges in 2-3 hours,, and I took the advice of doing a full battery charge and full drain cycle twice before my usual routine. One of the best things about this is that the folder access is treated just like any other drive when it is connected using the included charging/data cable. Updating it to the freshest release is a matter of downloading the file from Sandisk and putting it in the root directory. It runs by itself. Highly recommended for the price, function, reliability, and ease of use.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    design flaw with this mp3 player

    Posted
    NotHappy
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    The ScanDisk sport plus was bought for three main reasons. 1st was the FM Radio Tuner, second was the blue tooth for wireless headphones and third was for the size. Well, they hit one and a half out of 3! So the size is perfect for running and taking to the gym. Second, it connected effortlessly to my wireless headphones..however! The problem lays with the use of wireless headphones and the FM tuner. Normally I will go to the gym and connect to the TV FM radio channel, to listen to the news that is being displayed or run listening to FM radio. The problem with this device, is that it uses the WIRED headphones as an antenna for FM radio. So if you are using blue tooth headphones and trying to listen to FM radio------yes you guessed it, the radio tunes in absolutely NO stations. Serious flaw with the design of this device that i can't believe wasn't addressed in build of this device.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    okay

    Posted
    bbraat
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    it's a little awkward to use for right handed people as the advance button is on the right side so for one hand use i have to hold it upside down. the screen takes up too much room so the volume buttons are pushed to the side. it automatically adds album "art" associated with mp3 files and plays them randomly on the screen which causes the mp3 song info to be shrunk. given that the lettering is small and white against a light blue background it's really hard to see what is currenlty playing. I don't need that giant screen filled with images from THE WRONG MP3. I'd like to see what's playing. the screen was quickly scratched to make viewing the information even more difficult. the item works but i'm going to go buy a sony so I can read what's playing. see attached pictures and imagine trying to see this outside in the sun while running.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Compact, light, easy MP3

    Posted
    John
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    I owned and enjoyed a smaller Sandisk Clip with 8GB SD mini memory card for years. I wanted to order another since I put a small crack in its display, even though it still worked fine. However, this older clip was no longer in production. I bought this newer clip sport plus player as a replacement. It is a little larger than I wanted. It is still small compared to others. The buttons are a little ackward since I use it during dark hours by feel. I find myself holding down a back button that is too close to a reverse button. If I hold the back button too long, it locks out all button selection as it was designed to do. It is easy to unlock, but it is taking time for me to get use to the slight button changes. I had less problem with the previous model. Since the original smaller clip had fair to less than fair radio reception, I hoped the larger unit would have improved reception, but it has no better. The newer clip lacked some less important features found on the original clip. the newer one does not have a clock, bit rate on podcasts, or voice recording. It is still easy to use with drag and drop and menu listings that are easy from your computer. I expect all operations will eventually become familiar to me, like any device. The menu and general operations are easy to follow. This device has new features: sport stopwatch and timer.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Great Little MP3 Player, but...

    Posted
    Brian21477
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    This MP3 player is compact and great for running. The belt clip is wide enough and will keep the player in place while running. Sound quality and volume is good. The color screen is good enough clarity...it’s not an iPod, you get what you pay for. Plenty of storage with the 16gb memory. The body is plastic and lightweight, and the screen seems like it will scratch easily. The Play/FF/RW buttons are easily accessible on the front while the Volume control buttons are located on the side of the player and are rather hard to press down. This becomes an issue while running if you want to make it louder. Overall, this player is good for the cost and will serve its purpose. The big problem I have with this Sandisk is that it will not support In-Line remote headphones. I have an expensive pair of Beats earbuds with the remote attached to the left ear wire, and none of the controls work when hooked into the Sandisk. This is a huge drawback and you would think with today’s technology they would have thought about this. Had I known this feature wouldn’t have worked, I wouldn’t have bought this MP3 player.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for Your Workout

    Posted
    ea1420
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    I've been looking for an MP3 player that will connect with my Bluetooth headphones, as wired headphones drive me crazy when running. This was the perfect solution at a great price. I had no problem's transferring over my playlists from iTunes, and I was thrilled when discovered that I could also transfer over my podcasts. Bluetooth headphones (which are not provided with player) connect easily and so far the connection seems stable. The sound quality isn't great, and I don't know how well it will manage over the long-term, but for $60 I don't expect top-notch sound. And this is by far the best option for a small MP3 player that provides multiple options. The player is about twice the size of a iPod shuffle, and is heavier, but it also comes with a clip as well.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Big fan

    Posted
    20something
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    Due to circumstances I am unable to have an internet connected device so the new iPod was ruled out. I had tried several MP3 players but would run into issues where songs and podcasts wouldn’t resume where I had left them and start completely over which was very frustrating. This MP3 player organizes the media into several categories and has proved itself to be durable. The battery life is very good and the best part is that it will resume podcasts where they left off. The search function on this product is exclusive to the type of media (book, podcast, music, radio, etc) but considering the price $29 I cannot complain as i find it to be worth that. This MP3 player works with iTunes and other music you already have. I found it easiest to open the file explorer and just drag and drop the media onto the device. This device is a good music player if you just want to play songs or have a portable radio. There are better options out there but they will be several times the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Didn't work right out of box

    Posted
    Robert
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    I purchased this thing as it's one of the few MP3 players still on the market. I read the instructions and gave it a full charge. Once it was done charging, I removed it from the charger and it froze on a scrambled screen. I pressed the center button to reset the unit which worked. I plugged it into my computer and the only thing it did was charge. I reset the unit again and got a scrambled screen upon startup. Did that twice until I got a normal start screen and tried to connect it to the computer again. Nothing. Then I tried my memory stick thinking it might be the USB port on my computer, but the USB stick worked fine. This was a complete waste of gas and time. The only good thing that came out of this experience is now I know to stay away from SanDisk products.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend