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3406586.jpgGet motivated with the super lightweight MP3 player that clips to your clothes and enjoy high quality music and audiobooks during your workout with the SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player 8GB - Blue

SANDISK® CLIP SPORT MP3 PLAYER - 8 GB
SDMX24-008G-G46K

At a glance
  • Super lightweight
  • Clip-on action
  • Durable
  • 8GB* plus card expansion slot1
  • Dynamic sound quality
  • Large LCD screen for easy navigation
  • AAC compatible

Full product description
  • Today, keeping fit is a major activity for people. The SanDisk® Clip Sport MP3 Player is designed for athletes and fitness enthusiasts to make sure that workouts and ‘feeling the burn’ aren’t just good for you, they’re positively fun. While you exercise, you can enjoy high-quality music – including non-DRM iTunes tracks – and audiobook collections, indoors or out. The SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player securely clips to your clothing, hat or wristband. It’s super lightweight and durable, so much so that you hardly know it’s there. With a large LCD screen, navigating your way around is supremely easy, even when you’re on the go. If you get tired of your own collection, the SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player features a built-in FM tuner that easily interfaces with your club’s wall-mounted TV, or plays your favorite FM station. With 8GB storage capacity, plus a memory card slot1 that lets you add hundreds more tracks or load more audiobooks if you want even more entertainment to choose from, the SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player to turn any workout into a great experience.
3406586.jpgFeatures and benefits
  • Super lightweight; clips on and stays on
  • Durable,to keep on working during the toughest workouts
  • 8GB* + a card slot for even more motivation1
  • Dynamic sound quality
  • Large LCD screen for easy navigation
  • AAC compatible (DRM-free iTunes)
  • FM tuner interfaces with fitness club TVs

The capacity you want
  • With 8GB* capacity, the SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player makes sure that you have plenty of room for all the music and audiobooks you want to take around with you. There’s even a microSDHC™ card slot1 to add even more of your favourite workout entertainment.
The music and audio you want to hear
  • Whatever music is perfect for your workout, the chances are that the SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player can play it. The neat Player is compatible with a wide range of the most popular file formats: MP3, WMA (NO DRM), AAC, OggVorbis, WAV, FLAC, and Audible DRM only.
If you can stand the pace, so can it
  • The SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player is built to be durable, and it carries on playing your music and audiobooks flawlessly, however energetic your session. With its easy-action clip-on attachment, it stays put while you do the moving.
    SanDisk Clip Sport MP3 Player is backed by a 2-year warranty.

Free up your mobile with this super-lightweight MP3 Player that clips to your clothes, and enjoy high-quality music and audiobooks while you work out.
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Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws
Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


Because these are easier to use, and very small and light.
Batteries last ages and can install rockbox on these types of units.
Since I lost my previous sansa player, and had to use my mobile, I can't enjoy audio books anymore as the the software isn't as good as a proper player like this to keep my bookmarks and last played positions like this does .
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


I did not understand until I got one

You can just sell your old phone on ebay and get this if just for music and make a profit. This light and cheap.
Personally, even though it's a little hard on portability, I still prefer carrying vinyl, with a vinyl player and a car battery.

The difference in sound quality is insane.

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does this play FLAC files?
Got the orig SanDisk mp3 players still from the early days. ..moved onto the xduoo x3 now. But these are well loved by the audio crowd.....
Edited by: "funkymartyn" 14th Feb
This’ll be good for going on runs ordered and left some heat
Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws
Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


I did not understand until I got one

You can just sell your old phone on ebay and get this if just for music and make a profit. This light and cheap.
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


Because these are easier to use, and very small and light.
Batteries last ages and can install rockbox on these types of units.
Since I lost my previous sansa player, and had to use my mobile, I can't enjoy audio books anymore as the the software isn't as good as a proper player like this to keep my bookmarks and last played positions like this does .
polarbaba14/02/2020 11:12

Because these are easier to use, and very small and light.Batteries last …Because these are easier to use, and very small and light.Batteries last ages and can install rockbox on these types of units.Since I lost my previous sansa player, and had to use my mobile, I can't enjoy audio books anymore as the the software isn't as good as a proper player like this to keep my bookmarks and last played positions like this does .


Rockbox cannot be installed on this product. Sandisk Clip+ and Clip Zip can have Rockbox but not the Sport.
When I enquired about these previously I was advised that it was not compatible with the controls on your headphones so I didn’t bother and I now use an old Apple phone. I just leave it in my pocket and control the volume, stop/play and skip fwd/back from the headphone controls. Unless you can advise me otherwise I don’t see the point if you have to carry it in your hand or dig it out of your pocket to adjust the volume or pause it.
I think it be kinda cool if there was a player similare to this but can sync with Spotify and play your ofline playlist. now that would be amazing!
hermano214/02/2020 11:21

Rockbox cannot be installed on this product. Sandisk Clip+ and Clip Zip …Rockbox cannot be installed on this product. Sandisk Clip+ and Clip Zip can have Rockbox but not the Sport.


Oh maaaaan!...

Roxkbox is the only reason to buy something like this as I mainly listen to audio books and podcasts, which it caters for perfectly!
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


i listen to music on my phone and works fine for me but i have bought one for my brother as he doesn't have a smart phone. this device is suitable for people listening to music when they are doing sport as it is really small and lightweight. its battery lasts a lot longer than a phone and it can store a lot more music than a mobile phone.

i find the volume is also louder on the sandisk so if you want really loud music direct to your ear then this is better as the phone volume can only go so high. i know it is not recommended to listen to loud music through headphones.

these are certainly becoming a bit out of date now as you still need wired headphones and if you go running bluetooth headphones will be much better.
Went for this and upvoted cheers
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


This is about the same size as a matchbox, great battery life,
8gb will hold absolutely loads of MP3 songs
I sell my phones as I have finished with them as well
What's the max sd card these can take ? Apart from the internal 8gb....
Edited by: "funkymartyn" 14th Feb
funkymartyn14/02/2020 12:36

What's the max sd card these can take ? Apart from the internal 8gb....


I had one with 64gb card in. Problem with it though is the database only stores 2000 songs, that it will organise with track info i.e. artist, album etc. You can have more on the card but only play them all together or manually scroll through the entire list to choose a specific track.
darthbacca3714/02/2020 11:24

I think it be kinda cool if there was a player similare to this but can …I think it be kinda cool if there was a player similare to this but can sync with Spotify and play your ofline playlist. now that would be amazing!


THere is, it's called Mighty Vibe Spotify Player, but it's £80 and the reviews are mixed.
Have I been transported somehow back to 2010?
PaulTheo14/02/2020 11:23

When I enquired about these previously I was advised that it was not …When I enquired about these previously I was advised that it was not compatible with the controls on your headphones so I didn’t bother and I now use an old Apple phone. I just leave it in my pocket and control the volume, stop/play and skip fwd/back from the headphone controls. Unless you can advise me otherwise I don’t see the point if you have to carry it in your hand or dig it out of your pocket to adjust the volume or pause it.


The Sansa CLIP has a CLIP so you can CLIP it to your sleeve or cuff or waistband etc, no need to carry or keep in your hand or dig around
I'm surprised these aren't either cheaper, or have more storage for this price. No bluetooth connectivity is a real pain now I'm afraid, as is the fact that other than a load of old MP3s I've got on a hard drive somewhere, everything I listen to nowadays is via Spotify. I'm not voting it cold as this may well be a great price for this specific brand / item, but if I wanted something like this, I'd probably just go on eBay and buy one of those mini clip-on MP3 players for about £3.50 that you can stick a larger capacity micro SD card in. Used to have one and although not great, it did the job. I've heard about the Mighty Vibe Spotify Player, but it's pricey for what it is. Seems if you want Spotify when running / doing sporty stuff you might be better off finding the smallest smartphone you can as a dedicated device and using it with an armband or fixing a clip to it.
I bought a refurbished SanDisk Clip + for £45, they're now worth. £120 second hand. I rockboxed it and used a 128gb card.
Phil_Graham14/02/2020 23:14

I bought a refurbished SanDisk Clip + for £45, they're now worth. £120 s …I bought a refurbished SanDisk Clip + for £45, they're now worth. £120 second hand. I rockboxed it and used a 128gb card.


damn its gone up that much ? i still have mine ....i sold the clip zip brand new in a box last year tor £130 it sold under 10hrs ..The player i liked the most was the sansa fuze
Bluetooth would be awesome, is there one out there?
Looks like an alright device, but you can buy iPods for next to nothing now. Second hand, that is.
Is there much difference between this and an iPod?
How big of an sd card does it take though?
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


Radiation
Personally, even though it's a little hard on portability, I still prefer carrying vinyl, with a vinyl player and a car battery.

The difference in sound quality is insane.

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These are great i love mine for doing a lot of long walks.. Great battery life and lightweight
No bluetooth no party
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


I’m mixed on this, on the one hand having your phone is best, one less device to carry, more storage etc.

But on the other all the other bells and whistles can be a distraction. Sometimes I want the world to bog off and I want to be completely disconnected from all humans.
Ilikehotdeals115/02/2020 06:21

I’m mixed on this, on the one hand having your phone is best, one less d …I’m mixed on this, on the one hand having your phone is best, one less device to carry, more storage etc.But on the other all the other bells and whistles can be a distraction. Sometimes I want the world to bog off and I want to be completely disconnected from all humans.


I've got the light phone 2 for this very reason. It's quite expensive, but I love it. No apps just text and calls. I have a smart phone with no sim in it that I keep in my bedroom for whatsapp, email, etc but my day to day phone is my light phone 2. Concentration and general mood has improved massively since switching.
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


Phones are too big.
DurtyDoge15/02/2020 07:07

Phones are too big.



Not every phone is big. They said a spare old phone which isn't a bad idea. If it's Android, you have tons of options for music players too.
Ilikehotdeals115/02/2020 06:21

I’m mixed on this, on the one hand having your phone is best, one less d …I’m mixed on this, on the one hand having your phone is best, one less device to carry, more storage etc.But on the other all the other bells and whistles can be a distraction. Sometimes I want the world to bog off and I want to be completely disconnected from all humans.


Become a politician
codnan14/02/2020 10:46

Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have …Why would you not just use your phone ...... or a spare old phone . I have at least 3 phones that aren't much heavier than one of these with at least 32 GB storage , sd card slots and bluetooth for wireless headphones in draws Seems expensive nowadays for 8GB. Great offer 10 years ago . But 8GB is nothing nowadays


110% agree - I had one of these about 9 years ago and it was ok but didn’t last long and there were numerous issues getting songs across from a laptop. But each to their own I suppose.
Use Mp3tag for file renaming, always found it a bit of a pain with multiple file audio books. (I use a 0001 format)
Otherwise I do recommend them. Old Skool!!!!
I'm still waiting for the one I bought 5 years ago to break... Lol. Solid little gadget excellent value. Great volume level too. The clip on the back is very useful if you're in the gym.
My old 8gb one is now gathering dust in a draw.. Nifty in its day but phones do everything better in one device
mutley114/02/2020 12:00

i listen to music on my phone and works fine for me but i have bought one …i listen to music on my phone and works fine for me but i have bought one for my brother as he doesn't have a smart phone. this device is suitable for people listening to music when they are doing sport as it is really small and lightweight. its battery lasts a lot longer than a phone and it can store a lot more music than a mobile phone.i find the volume is also louder on the sandisk so if you want really loud music direct to your ear then this is better as the phone volume can only go so high. i know it is not recommended to listen to loud music through headphones.these are certainly becoming a bit out of date now as you still need wired headphones and if you go running bluetooth headphones will be much better.


You can't store more music on this player than you can on a mobile phone!!!!!!
Phil_Graham14/02/2020 23:14

I bought a refurbished SanDisk Clip + for £45, they're now worth. £120 s …I bought a refurbished SanDisk Clip + for £45, they're now worth. £120 second hand. I rockboxed it and used a 128gb card.


Very interesting, I have one in mint nick.
Not been rockboxed.
Where are they being sold for £120 please?
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