Rated 4.1 out of 5★ by 8reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by ISeeWhatGoesOn great product I have clip + also and like it better than the zip version I purchased.zip has color display and can display album art. Not important feature for me but othrrs may like.zip version does what I had bought the product for. that is provide compact and convenient means to carry around my music.this came with 8gb internal memory and I can add 16gb more by adding a micro SD card. 05/21/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by BrickQueen Love Mine! Everyone in my household has one of these and we all LOVE ours! For the money, you can't beat it! We all have had Ipods and this is just as good and a whole lot cheaper. The sound quality is as good as the Ipod and we love the super small size.Don't Hesitate! Get One! 07/11/2013
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Rehauregui Buy it! This product was recommended to me. Bought it. Unfortunately, I lost mine at Walmart. I didn't hesitate, I ordered another one- I love it! 05/22/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Tserve Great MP3 player. My only issue is that apparently you need to set the tags (in particular the Genre) in order to ensure that the media is catalogued correctly by the Sansa Clip Zip. 08/21/2013
Rated 3 out of 5★ by NJEd Nice little device for my needs had issues with downloading the enclosed Rhapsody Software cd. Looked online and others had the same issue. Went to the Rhapsody to download the updated version and it solved the problem. 09/05/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by TheLazyComic Works great so far. I got this for working out at the gym. It's been working great. My only problem is, I wish it had a tad more volume. Other than that, it's a solid performer. 09/07/2013
Rated 2 out of 5★ by Jahnsen Slow file transfer w/ limited PC interface At first I was using windows media player to move files over, and then I also tried rhapsody. Because of the different types of extension/media files formats (i.e, mp3, wma/4, aac), not all songs were being transferred successfully using windows media player so I went with rhapsody. The only setback was that with using rhapsody to transfer files over, you cannot view the files that have already been transferred by looking directly on rhapsody because there is no music folder to click on. I had to point that out because this is part of the initial loading and takes a long time. I had about 900 songs to move over and the file transfer, at one point started saying "....about 10 days and 9 hours remaining." The other setback is that there is only one playlist that you can manipulate and it can only be done through the device itself. You cannot transfer the playlist from rhapsody or WM player. If you do try, which I did, it will only transfer a duplicate copy of the songs outside of the original song's folder separately into the device, but the playlist itself will not exist. File transfer is easy, but lengthy. This mp3 player is not for people who like to keep up with technology. If you think you maybe saving money here, then let me remind you that you get what you pay for. I had a Zune and an iPod nano, and this was a HUGE step-down. This mp3 player is really just for basic song playback; simple and maybe even dry for the tech savvy. My actual recommendation is really a big "maybe". 11/25/2013