Ipod Nano for £99 @ Tesco Direct
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Ipod Nano for £99 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 16th Apr 2015
I do plenty of running and have a cheap mp3 player but I couldn't resist this. it's £109 but there is a code for a further £10 off
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Do you not have a smartphone?

It's a great bit of kit. Very small and light.

great back in the day, but as the comment suggested. You be smarter if you used a phone, for multi tasking

leeparsons

great back in the day, but as the comment suggested. You be smarter if … great back in the day, but as the comment suggested. You be smarter if you used a phone, for multi tasking


The op is using it while jogging, they aren't multi tasking and its smaller and lighter than any smartphone.

Dryosh

The op is using it while jogging, they aren't multi tasking and its … The op is using it while jogging, they aren't multi tasking and its smaller and lighter than any smartphone.


It clearly would be lighter and smaller, but having two items in one, is better than having two single items. Trust me, there is a time when you need both. Emergencies etc.

If you do 'plenty' of running I recommend using the Runkeeper app. It monitors your time/pace/distance etc and utilises any playlist that you have on your phone. And best of all it's Free!'

I'm a dinosaur. I have a 32gb ipod touch as well as a smartphone. Crazy, I know, but that's just me. For me having a separate device for music, is much more preferable than relying on 1 device. I do have some music on my smartphone, but I have a massive library on my ipod. I use the ipod in the car, in the stereo at home, take it when we go away and use it with some mini speakers.

For example, if I am going out and the missus wants to listen to music, I can leave the ipod with her and take my phone with me. I wouldn't want to leave my phone with the missus in case the girlfriend called.

Don't get me wrong, smartphones are great, but they are not always the best solution, for everyone, all of the time and that doesn't mean that you're living in the past.

I do have one question for all of the hip and with it people. For those that just use a smartphone for everything and for those that drive, can you get away with using just your smartphone for all of the following when you're in the car, music & sat nav simultaneously, if you receive a call answering the call using your car's bluetooth / handsfree, then switching back to music & sat nav and so on?

£93 on Amazon.

Not everyone has a smartphone. I'm buying this iPod for my mum to use whilst walking the dog & she has a flip phone (which she won't upgrade).
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