iPod Shuffle Instore @ Sainsbury's
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iPod Shuffle Instore @ Sainsbury's

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Found 14th Dec 2012
Just popped into my local Sainsbury's, picked up a iPod shuffle for £34, £40 elsewhere.

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After arrival of new smart phones in cheaper prices, I think mp3 players are now out of date.

You can order smart phones with free headphones worth 90 GBP from Orange. (Christmas offers )
For phones from 49.95 GBP you get free headphones.

shop.orange.co.uk/mob…nes
Edited by: "mcseguy" 14th Dec 2012

agreed very out of date.

But not everyone wants a smartphone strapped to their arm in the gym, when they can have a tiny, lightweight mp3 player clipped on.

That said, there are better, cheaper mp3 players that performs this role better than the ipod shuffle.

If you have a car with an Aux socket or you don't like the idea of going for a run and having your smartphone fall on the floor, this is a pretty decent solution.

I bought mine second hand recently don't regret the decision at all

Ive got the ipod nano and (previous generation) and love it - but how apple can justify £40 for a 2GB MP3 player without a screen is beyond me.

Not voting cold as price is still a good saving of RRP - so a is a deal.

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Cheap smartphones don't really sound all that great in my experience.

Even expensive ones sound less nice than a sensa clip or iriver.

I use my phone for video but something like this is nice for audio in the gym without worrying about draining my phone battery.

mcseguy

After arrival of new smart phones in cheaper prices, I think mp3 players … After arrival of new smart phones in cheaper prices, I think mp3 players are now out of date. You can order smart phones with free headphones worth 90 GBP from Orange. (Christmas offers )For phones from 49.95 GBP you get free headphones. http://shop.orange.co.uk/mobile-phones/christmas-pay-as-you-go-phones

pill

Ive got the ipod nano and (previous generation) and love it - but how … Ive got the ipod nano and (previous generation) and love it - but how apple can justify £40 for a 2GB MP3 player without a screen is beyond me.Not voting cold as price is still a good saving of RRP - so a is a deal.P



15% on something like this is not much.

I paid £10 for this a year ago @Staples during thier 2 x voucher no min spend promo.

Great for the treadmill and runs along the towpath. A mobile strapped to me will be too heavy and uncomfortable.

If I use my smart phone for music the battery gets to drained to use it for calls.

unrandomsam

Cheap smartphones don't really sound all that great in my experience. … Cheap smartphones don't really sound all that great in my experience. Even expensive ones sound less nice than a sensa clip or iriver.



Agreed. Bought a Sansa Clip in Amazon Black Friday deals for about £22. Absolute bargain for a great little 8gb mp3 player (with a screen!!!!). Even at around £35 they are superb value for money.

nice :-)

unrandomsam

15% on something like this is not much.



It isn't, but look at the heat that you get when someone posts a deal for 2p off a litre of petrol.

These are great for gym, plane, any time you don't want to drain your battery or run the risk of dropping your phone. Had one for years and would never part with it!

tam_mo

If any one wants this please help your self (link removed)



Erm, that link has someone's personal information in it. Are you sure you meant to post that?
Edited by: "circuit" 14th Dec 2012

circuit

Erm, that link has someone's personal information in it. Are you sure you … Erm, that link has someone's personal information in it. Are you sure you meant to post that?

OPPS

I MEANT TO POST THIS LINK gamestop.co.uk/Sea…%29

£20 in Comet at Silverlink North Shields had about 10 left at 2pm this afternoon behind the checkouts.

when you can pick up spare batterys for your phone for a couple of quid theres no need to worry about draining them. I wouldnt pay more than a fiver for one of these

£20.00 in comet

solelymarine

when you can pick up spare batterys for your phone for a couple of quid … when you can pick up spare batterys for your phone for a couple of quid theres no need to worry about draining them. I wouldnt pay more than a fiver for one of these



Unless your phone has a fixed battery..

I've never seen anyone with an iPod Nano, never mind one of these... I just don't get it. That being said, they're obviously still making a fair amount of money on these items if they keep manufacturing them!
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