SanDisk Sansa Clip+ 8GB MP3 Player with Radio and Expandable MicroSD/SDHC Slot - Black, £41.20 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Was £119.83

Expandable microSD or microSDHC memory card slot
Ready for slotRadio and slotMusic cards
Built-in clip for easy carrying
Digital FM tuner
Built in voice recorder.Manufacturer's Description
The Sansa® Clip+ MP3 player gives you more to enjoy. Enjoy up to 2,000 songs with an 8GB* player, FM radio, long-life battery and voice recorder. PLUS now even more! Expand your enjoyment when you add in preloaded content cards** into the new memory card slot, including slotRadio and slotMusic cards**. Or, save your own music, podcasts, and audio books onto a microSD/microSDHC memory card** to expand your play. Its brought to you by SanDisk with awesome sound to enjoy your music. Just clip it on and enjoy more music with an incredible 15 hours battery-fueled fun. See what youre listening to with the bright, easy-to-read screen and intuitively searchable menus. Color your world in red, blue or sleek black undertones.
Box Contains
Sansa Clip+ MP3 Player
USB 2.0 Transfer Cable
Earphones
Quickstart Guide
More From Amazon:

All Comments

(26) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
OK price, but has been available for £35/36 from amazon in recent past, and slightly cheaper elsewhere.
#2
I've not seen the 8gb version at 35?

I like the sansa stuff, they play ogg vorbis format which is a plus point for us linuxy people.
#3
mas99
I've not seen the 8gb version at 35?

I like the sansa stuff, they play ogg vorbis format which is a plus point for us linuxy people.


They also play FLAC so very useful with as large capacity MicroSD card as possible for those of us too sonicaly-snobbish to settle for compressed music at any time.
#4
mas99
I've not seen the 8gb version at 35?

I like the sansa stuff, they play ogg vorbis format which is a plus point for us linuxy people.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/665000/it-s-back-sandisk-sansa-clip-8gb-mp
#5


Cheers, wish I'd seen that. We've got a Fuze and a 2gb clip+ - both very good and I do like the flexibility and the expansion.
1 Like #6
Pokey
They also play FLAC so very useful with as large capacity MicroSD card as possible for those of us too sonicaly-snobbish to settle for compressed music at any time.

Me too, love FLAC, but putting my picky hat on for a moment FLAC IS compressed, it's just not lossy.
:roll:
#7
Does the clip stick out much and/or can you remove it?
1 Like #8
agnes
Does the clip stick out much and/or can you remove it?


You can't remove it, but imo it is hardly noticable. Got this a few months back when it was ~£35 - to my tone deaf ears the sound from it is fantastic, even with the supplied earphones.
Tip: Make sure you set your region to rest of world (setting region to Europe causes EU restrictions on the volume output)
#9
Just bought the 4 gig last week for same price - typical. Great little player. I would recommend putting Rockbox on it though, as it's much better than the normal firmware and it (supposedly) increases the battery life...
#10
wobbler44
Me too, love FLAC, but putting my picky hat on for a moment FLAC IS compressed, it's just not lossy.
:roll:


Quite right.
#11
BurntEffigy
You can't remove it, but imo it is hardly noticable. Got this a few months back when it was ~£35 - to my tone deaf ears the sound from it is fantastic, even with the supplied earphones.
Tip: Make sure you set your region to rest of world (setting region to Europe causes EU restrictions on the volume output)


Thanks for that and for the region tip - have repped you and OP. Having had problems with my zen working in widnows 7 I think I'll go for this. :thumbsup:
#12
My problem is getting the demo songs off it. They only appear in a certain USB mode and my pc won't recognise the player using it.
#13
Not convinced by the so-called original price of £119.83
#14
lol it was never, ever, £119.83
1 Like #15
montblanc;8964108
My problem is getting the demo songs off it. They only appear in a certain USB mode and my pc won't recognise the player using it.


As long as you can see them, you should be able to delete the demos from the menu within the player.
Not sure from memory but I think play the track then press the bottom button and delete should be somewhere there.
#16
muzhaque
Not convinced by the so-called original price of £119.83


PayneX
lol it was never, ever, £119.83


Lol same here.

I bought it off amazon when it was posted here for £35.50 and I've got to say I haven't stopped using it for about 4 months!

Awesome for the gym, running and just general use.

Recommend it 100%
#17
it's a great bit of kit. Instead of 6 CDs in my car I have this wired into the AUX socket with an extra 4gb card... that's about 40 CDs on continuous shuffle, and the battery lasts for a about a week. Velcro'd to my dashboard so when I park up I just rip it off and stuff it in a cubbyhole so it's invisible. This thing is so compact it could fit in the ashtray.
1 Like #18
ScRiVs
Lol same here.

I bought it off amazon when it was posted here for £35.50 and I've got to say I haven't stopped using it for about 4 months!

Awesome for the gym, running and just general use.

Recommend it 100%


Agreed, haven't stopped using it, since i bought it at the same price. And i've only had to charge it like 5 times :)

ROCKbox is also a great addition to it, much prefer it to the original firmware.
#19
TheKid
Agreed, haven't stopped using it, since i bought it at the same price. And i've only had to charge it like 5 times :)

ROCKbox is also a great addition to it, much prefer it to the original firmware.


What's rockbox mate????:thumbsup:
#20
I'm trying Rockbox now, it's an alternative operating system for the player.
It's got a lot of good features but the menus are pretty depressing and 80s looking. I miss the giant animated icons of the original operating system.
#21
montblanc
My problem is getting the demo songs off it. They only appear in a certain USB mode and my pc won't recognise the player using it.


You can only see them in Windows Media Player. They are MSC and that's why you can't see them in MTP (normal USB) mode.
#22
piginabox
You can only see them in Windows Media Player. They are MSC and that's why you can't see them in MTP (normal USB) mode.


I know, thanks for your help though. I used inside101's tip whichi I repped him for :thumbsup:
#23
montblanc
I'm trying Rockbox now, it's an alternative operating system for the player.
It's got a lot of good features but the menus are pretty depressing and 80s looking. I miss the giant animated icons of the original operating system.


Just seen the menu's on youtube...they look dreadful.

I'll keep the original firmware.
#24
Pokey
They also play FLAC so very useful with as large capacity MicroSD card as possible for those of us too sonicaly-snobbish to settle for compressed music at any time.

ABX flac against V2 or V0 LAME mp3. Both those VBR's are transparent on high end hi-fi systems, so using flac on a portable player is totally pointless imo.

There is a lot of BS quoted on the internet, few of those have ABX'd.
#25
ScRiVs
Just seen the menu's on youtube...they look dreadful.

I'll keep the original firmware.


Fair enough, although i prefer the fact that more than 3 artists/songs etc can be seen on the screen in rockbox, unlike the OF.

Substance over style imo :thumbsup:
#26
Does this come with AUX (black and red connections) so I can connect this to the MP3 cable thing in my Peugeot?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!