[iPod Shuffle style] Stage Clip-on MP3 Player 1GB (Silver / Black / Pink) - £9.99 + delivery @ ebuyer ! - HotUKDeals
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Choice of 3 colours - Pink, Silver, Black.

2GB player for £14.99 + delivery.

Description : The 1GB Clip lets you wear up to 240 songs on your sleeve. Or your lapel. Or your pocket. it's available in a choice of three colors. Thanks to a built-in clip, The Clip goes with anything. Clip it to your sleeve, lapel, pocket.

LED indicators let you know the status of your player. Blue means go and red means you've almost hit zero. But with up to 10 hours of battery life You will find you will rarely have to recharge.
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#1
Looks like a fantastic deal but I not a expert would like some reviews from people in the know as i'd like to buy the 2GB one, Is it a decent quality MP3 for the price??
#2
You really should know better than to post without delivery included :p cheapest delivery option is £2.58:whistling:
#3
These are good little units. The sound quality is good. The only downside is that the battery life isn't much more than 2 hours.

If you can live with that, then it's fine.
#4
this is why i hate cheap knock offs, i purchased years back the nano look a likes from ebuyer, battery was atrocious not enough to hear when back from uni. Some say cheap economy. I believe it!
#5
I bought one of these Ipod style MP3 directly from Japan for £11, basically it's ****, sound quality was so bad it hurt my ears, it shows up as a 4gig, but have only managed to fit 1/2 gig before all sort of disk errors. I got a replacement and managed just over 1gig before more disk errors.

If you want something cheap and nasty then go for it, I'm all for cheapness but I've drawn the line on this rubbish.
#6
Oh yea the battery like was more like 90 mins.
#7
Mush001;1697058
I bought one of these Ipod style MP3 directly from Japan for £11, basically it's ****, sound quality was so bad it hurt my ears, it shows up as a 4gig, but have only managed to fit 1/2 gig before all sort of disk errors. I got a replacement and managed just over 1gig before more disk errors.

If you want something cheap and nasty then go for it, I'm all for cheapness but I've drawn the line on this rubbish.


Well.. with ebuyer, you can send it back for a replacement at no extra cost to you :)
#8
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#9
Think i'll give it a miss then, Would rather not take the chance of all the hassle sending it back, cheers folks, Give the voting for this a miss.:)
#10
I saw this in the WTF magazine.
#11
Cheap but when you can buy the genuine shuffle for not much more i know what i would do. Also i no somebody who had a fake shuffle and it lasted a week. Maybe it would make a good gift for a child or something
#12
Mush001
I bought one of these Ipod style MP3 directly from Japan for £11, basically it's ****, sound quality was so bad it hurt my ears, it shows up as a 4gig, but have only managed to fit 1/2 gig before all sort of disk errors. I got a replacement and managed just over 1gig before more disk errors.

If you want something cheap and nasty then go for it, I'm all for cheapness but I've drawn the line on this rubbish.


thats beacuse its hacked to falsely show 4gig, the true capacity will probably be 512mb there are guides online to remove the hack and show true size , this will stop your disk errors, proper scam going on with them for years now
#13
Not sure where you guys have been buying your shuffles from that sound rubbish and last only a week and contain hacked (known as TT memory) memory? I've been selling shuffles on ebay for over a year now and it all depends where you source them from. If you use the known wholesale sites the quality is really bad but if like us source from factories direct and specify all the parts and brand of parts that go in the units they are far from rubbish. All our units last 6-8 hours and work sound :)

If anyone needs to know if there units are hacked (this includes mp4 units) drop me a pm and i'll link you to one of our free utilities and how to use it..
#14
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Edi, i thought more of you than to BLATANTLY thieve someones deal posted on another thread!!

HAHAHAHAHA - Hilarious !!!

VOTED HOT...Drag and Drop wins every time with me ;-)
#15
£9 delivered on ebay for 1gb model!

I am quite tempted.

seller: jumbo_shop88
anyone tried these? Seems to have excellent feedback...

i will probably jump in and buy one shortly
#16
spenspuma
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Edi, i thought more of you than to BLATANTLY thieve somesones deal posted on another thread!!

HAHAHAHAHA - Hilarious !!!

VOTED HOT...Drag and Drop wins every time with me ;-)


I agree. :-D

To those who say these are rubbish. I have one and it's just as good as an ipod shuffle.
#17
You will probably spend more time charging this fake than actually listening to music on it. Almost voted hot for the sheer cheek of filching this from another thread.
#18
spraint
You will probably spend more time charging this fake than actually listening to music on it.


I can confirm that that is not the case. The battery lasts plenty of time on this.
#19
The comments regarding sound quality don't have any grounding.

The sound you hear can be affected by a number of things, the encoded track, the headphones, and the device itself.

Saying the sound quality is "rubbish" without stating the headphones you used, the track, how it was encoded etc..., and how you compared it is pointless.
#20
Voted hot. I just bought one for my boyfriend (2GB) as a little surprise. I'm a bit of an idiot though because I didn't see the "style" part. I know "Ipods" are compatible with Windows Vista, but is this?
#21
Haushinka
Voted hot. I just bought one for my boyfriend (2GB) as a little surprise. I'm a bit of an idiot though because I didn't see the "style" part. I know "Ipods" are compatible with Windows Vista, but is this?


Yes, it's plug and play. :thumbsup:
#22
You get what you pay for, my concern on these would be battery life and the quality of the earphones as this has to be factored into the price. Im sure they are probably ok but not of the same quality as the apple product.

Still its cheap and cheerfull for those that are casual users ;-)
#23
stapsell
£9 delivered on ebay for 1gb model!

I am quite tempted.

seller: jumbo_shop88
anyone tried these? Seems to have excellent feedback...

i will probably jump in and buy one shortly


For £9 delivered it will be very poor... think of it this way.. do you think for £9 delivered it will be of any quality? do the maths.. purchase price + shipping to the seller. listing fees / final values fees and paypal fees. if a unit is of any quality you will be talking minimum £15 including any postage.. anything less and you are buying ****.
#24
gary892;1699577
Yes, it's plug and play. :thumbsup:


Sweet! Thanks :)
#25
I was thinking of getting this to fill with songs & play music in a shop. I need to know if it will still play if I leave it on continual charge?

Thanks

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