Sandisk Sansa Clip 8GB MP3 Player (Black) - Refurbished - Refurbished - SDMX11R-008GK-A57 - Limited Stock!
|The Sansa Clip 8GB Flash MP3 Player is a compact MP3 player that boasts big sound and comes loaded with useful features, including a clip for wearing, FM radio, recorder and a large bright, four-line screen. The Sansa Clip's solid state flash memory allows for skip - free playback of music, making it a perfect music player for the gym-goer, runner, walker or traveler. Overall everything you need for a great digital music and audio book experience is found in the Sansa Clip.|
Great MP3 player at a great price12/17/2010
I bought one of these refurbed players for my wife a year ago and it's still going strong. She loves it for its ease of use and because it bookmarks her audio-books so she can stop in mid-chapter without having to search for where she left off. She likes it so much that we gave one as a gift to a friend and it's worked well under the stress of world-wide travel.
I bought 5 of these!12/6/2010
Based on my impression of the first two units I bought, I quickly bought 3 more! Absolutely LOVE this player! VERY easy to use, VERY reliable, and LONG battery life. (Over 8 hours, continuous!) I've been using mine for several months, now, every day. - - - - Once, it "locked up", but I was able to clear it by just holding the power switch for a long time. - - - - I have given 2 of them away as gifts, so far. Both people loved them. :)
This is a terrific value. Perfect for workouts with its small size, large storage capacity and built-in FM tuner. I've purchased five of the refurbs, for myself and other family members. A couple of times I've had to reinstall files due to freezes or glitches, but no big deal. Easy to fix. The whole family loves their SanDisks.
BROKE WITHIN 6 WEEKS8/30/2010
I wore this mp3 player while running and loved it for its small size and large capacity, however it quit working. The screen quit working and I can not use it. Now it will not even turn on. I got a lemon.
Cheap Easy Small Functional8/24/2010
I got the refurb one and its perfect. When you plug it into your windows PC it will recognize it and suggest product updates. Thats how i went about updating the firmware. There is a newer model of this out that has upgradeable memory but its about $65. I paid half that price. I use it primarily for running and sometimes in my car. Battery life is fantastic. Be sure to run it dead every few months to keep the battery healthy.
"Walkman" comes of age8/15/2010
An earlier, bulkier Sansa was the first of many earphone radios I had that worked really well. My big gripe was the inability to resume a recorded track where I left off after switching to the radio. This one, on top of all its other virtues, can do that. Bravo!