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SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip / 8GB / MP3 Player / Black

Released on 18 October 2011

Manufacturer: SanDisk

(6 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Coming in 7 different colours*, the Sansa Clip Zip is a small but smart MP3 player packed with all the features you need. Available with 4GB or 8GB capacity and an impressive battery life of up to 15 hours playback, the Clip Zip is perfect for travelling, exercising or just relaxing, simply clip on and enjoy your favourite music, audiobooks or podcasts wherever you are. Brought to you by SanDisk, the global leaders in flash memory cards, all Sansa MP3 players let you easily load, play and share music, video and pictures for hours of stress free fun. *8GB Capacity only available in Black and Grey colours.
  • Plays music, audiobooks and podcasts
  • FM radio and voice recording
  • NEW stopwatch feature
  • Plays content from nearly every source (MP3, WMA, secure WMA, Ogg Vorbis and FLAC)
  • AAC for DRM-free iTunes compatability
  • Enhanced 1.1" colour screen
  • User-friendly graphical interface
  • Expandable memory using the microSD/microSDHC card slot
  • Rechargeable battery last for up to 15 hours
  • 8 GB capacity
  • Package Contents
  • Sansa Clip Zip MP3 player
  • USB 2.0 transfer cable
  • Earphones
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Minimum System Requirements
  • Windows XP SP2, Mac OS X 10.3 and Linux (Mass Storage Class only)
  • Windows Media Player 10 (for playlist creation and synchronizing library and device)
  • Internet access (for downloading content)
  • CD-ROM drive (for installation of bundled applications)
  • USB 2.0 port (for High Speed transfer and battery charging)
  • Free 4GB Micro SD Card

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Just like the Clip+, but better.

| | See all kailPDC's reviews (3)

As with the Clip+, the CIip Zip is an excellent MP3 player.. that is very, very slightly bigger with a bigger colored screen.

I've not had any of the problems as described by others, but then again I don't run the stock Zip firmware much either. But, I've read that the Zip (like the Clip+) can crash when it encounters unexpected file types or corrupted files. Also, Welshnick is right about the sound on the European set-up.. the EU is trying to protect our ears apparently. Too late for some of us EU!!

I suspect that I'm not allowed to post URLs. So, I'll just say: Rockbox, for free and better firmware. :)

 Tiny but excellent

| | See all Welshnick's reviews (1)

Beware this thing is tiny. Sound quality is excellent if you replace the ones that come with the player with a decent set. The main issue I had was the extremely low max volume which after some googling I found out is limited by the EU. Reset it to factory settings and selected rest of the world rather than europe and problem was solved can go loud as I want. Great value

 Small but brilliant

| | See all vocrobot's reviews (8)

To all those who have rated this badly then I'm sorry that you have had a possible faulty machine but if you install Rockbox firmware on the player, very easy to do via the built in uploader from the website you get much more features than on the original firmware and everything is so much easier. Just look up Rockbox on Google and give it a go.

Sound quality is so much better than Apple products and being so small you can stick it in your pocket easily or use the built in clip.

 Liked it but did not last

| | See all DIY303's reviews (1)

I like the player colour screen and ease of use but I have just returned my second one back. The first one would not switch on after three week of use The second one died while it was playing after a month. shame as I liked the little player, trying another make Sony which I have just ordered No problem with the service from Play.com when they replaced the first one so I hope this continues

 Too many faults to recomend

| | See all chrisbg's reviews (1)

I had two of these. The first refused to display album art consistently. Sometimes the cover would be displayed then the next zig zag lines. The second had the same problem but turned off with 46% charge left stating 'low battery'. Some of my songs had static as well and it would organise the media it's way, no matter how you had done this. Excellent service by Play in getting a replacement then refund. The product is best avoided though.