SanDisk Sansa Clip Jam MP3 Player 8GB (Blue,Green,Pink,Red) 4 Colours - £22.99 delivered @ PicStop
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SanDisk Sansa Clip Jam MP3 Player 8GB (Blue,Green,Pink,Red) 4 Colours - £22.99 delivered @ PicStop

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Posted 20th May
The SanDisk Sansa Clip Jam MP3 Player 8GB - Blue puts the fun back into music-on-the-go with a compact and colorful digital music player you can clip on and take anywhere. The one inch screen and big navigation buttons make it easy to drag, drop and play files, create playlists and see what's playing now. This lightweight clip-on player comes with 8GB of storage, so you can carry 2000 of your favorite songs, or your audiobook library - it plays many popular audio formats, like MP3, WMA (no DRM), AAC (DRM free iTunes), and Audible (DRM only) and delivers deep, rich sound for up to 18 hours on a single charge. Use the built-in microSD card slot to add even more storage to your music player. The Clip Jam player is available in a rainbow of eye-popping colors and comes with earphones and an FM radio tuner for when you want to check on traffic or listen to the news.

At-a-Glance
- Super lightweight wearable personal music player
- Deep, rich sound quality
- 8GB internal storage, with a microSD card slot for more
- Big, bright readable screen and large navigation buttons
- Up to 18 hour battery life
- Available in a rainbow of neon bright colors
- Play audio files in lots of formats (MP3, WMA (no DRM), AAC (DRM free iTunes), and Audible (DRM only)
- FM Radio Tuner
- Comfortable earphones

Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x L): 66.04 x 40.64 x 16.00 mm
Weight: 22.68 g
Capacities: 8GB
Screen: 0.96" White OLED (128x64)
Battery: Up to 18 hours
Micro USB 2.0 port
Headphone Jacks: One
Speaker: None
Card Slot: microSDHC
Radio: FM tuner
Earphones
Warranty: Two year warranty
Internet Radio: N/A
Minimum System Requirements
- Windows XP SP2 or Mac OS X 10.3 or Linux
- Windows Media Player 10 or 11
- USB 2.0 port
File Support: MP3, WMA (No DRM), AAC (DRM-free iTunes4), WAV, Audible DRM

Included in Package
SanDisk Clip Jam, USB 2.0 transfer cable, Black earphones, Quick start guide
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This will kill the Microsoft Zune market stone dead...
Why
I still use mine every time I bike to work. Bombproof and long battery plus massive memory due to the SD card scenario. Definitely recommended as low tech and avoid the need for your phone / WiFi / data.
Hey bros, I’m way too cool to use old tech so I thought I’d drop by to mock people that do as I’m that hip and trendy.
Gotta go as one of my vinyls hanging on the wall is a bit wonky and I need to work out how to align it.
I could use the step ladder in the garage but that’s ancient tech. So uncool.
So I am gonna wait until Apple release a jet pack that will allow me to hover above the ground and reach it.
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Wow I rememeber buying the mk1-2 for like £100... That was a while ago!
This will kill the Microsoft Zune market stone dead...
These are great. Simple to use. Very compact and the batteries last forever.
Why
The best music player's on the market
Does it not play FLAC files?
Had a sansa clip for years, quality sound , must fetch it out of the drawer ! Heat op
Can I save podcasts from ipad into this?
I still use mine every time I bike to work. Bombproof and long battery plus massive memory due to the SD card scenario. Definitely recommended as low tech and avoid the need for your phone / WiFi / data.
How do you sign into Spotify without a keyboard?
Out of interest, has anyone who uses one of these able to confirm if music can be transferred off of a phone if a USB OTG cable is used?
mrtim20/05/2020 20:28

Out of interest, has anyone who uses one of these able to confirm if music …Out of interest, has anyone who uses one of these able to confirm if music can be transferred off of a phone if a USB OTG cable is used?


That is the great thing about these it is all drag and drop music files. These are absolutly fantastic in every way.
My first digital music player was the Sansa E280. Happy memories.
Can we add sd card and connect bt earphones? Thanks.
Amazing that these are still made! They came out at the same time as the demise of the cassette player, ha ha . Very useful though, heat 🔥
I had a basic Sansa Clip back in the day (not this model) and I was very upset when it uncharacteristically died about a month after I bought it. A great device for its day, my own experience notwithstanding.
Looks a bit like a creative zen mini player i had back in 2004.
had this model but the battery died after 2 years.

my older one which takes a replaceable AAA battery still going strong ,
use it when at work gardening , it's virtually indestructible .
Listening to mine today while sunbathing in the back garden. Excellent sound. Had a pair of them for what seems like decades.
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Edited by: "ilepak" 20th May
These are pretty good. My wife took my first one to use at the gym. She keeps losing them and now she's on her third or fourth one.
Stone me I must be a time traveller! It’s 2004 again.
smushs8820/05/2020 23:38

Stone me I must be a time traveller! It’s 2004 again.


Hahaha that's what I thought, a deal from the past
This is great for 5g conspiracy thorists who are too scared to buy a phone to play music on.
Edited by: "alferone" 20th May
kembiff20/05/2020 19:58

I still use mine every time I bike to work. Bombproof and long battery …I still use mine every time I bike to work. Bombproof and long battery plus massive memory due to the SD card scenario. Definitely recommended as low tech and avoid the need for your phone / WiFi / data.


Assuming you also take your phone, why carry an extra device?

Surely you can use your phone for spotify, or if you don't want to use data, save the music files onto your phone.
mungylee20/05/2020 23:47

Assuming you also take your phone, why carry an extra device? Surely you …Assuming you also take your phone, why carry an extra device? Surely you can use your phone for spotify, or if you don't want to use data, save the music files onto your phone.


Size, clip and physical buttons.
Had the sansa clip years ago - installed a custom firmware on it.

Unfortunately some scrote took it from the cup holder in the car along with a few other things.

Couldn't imagine ever using one now though.
mrtim20/05/2020 20:28

Out of interest, has anyone who uses one of these able to confirm if music …Out of interest, has anyone who uses one of these able to confirm if music can be transferred off of a phone if a USB OTG cable is used?


You have to transfer the music from the phone to the pc, then use Windows explorer on the pc to transfer music on to the clip.
barry_burton20/05/2020 23:59

Size, clip and physical buttons.


Also the battery. Playing music on your mobile for long periods drain the battery so when you need your phone, it's dead!
£23 for an MP3 player in 2020!
Will wait for the Arya.
This or the benq joybee 120?
I still use my Sansa Clip + on my daily cycle. Great piece of kit, lightweight, two SD cards I chop and change music on and it negates the need to lug a phone around.
I had a sansa clip because of the ability to boost the memory with an SD card. Very good for the price
Why doesn't this have Bluetooth?
I’ve got the previous model, great music player and the battery lasts forever. Had it for about ten years now! Doesn’t weight much either so great for running or if you’ve just got shorts on in the summer.
They're still selling/making this ancient tech?
jollyfj20/05/2020 19:26

This will kill the Microsoft Zune market stone dead...

My Zune hd will live forever. Best interface ever made. I'll take the Pepsi challenge any day with sansa.
che10021/05/2020 04:24

They're still selling/making this ancient tech?


Probably not. More likely to be leftovers from old stock, hence the price.
che10021/05/2020 04:24

They're still selling/making this ancient tech?


People should really stop using Spotify on your phone then, since as you know the wireless technology that we use today is older than MP3 players.

Small MP3 player with good sound and a headphone port. If their built like how the originals were, they’ll last far longer than any phone today.
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