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Eclipse Fit Clip 4GB Player Review




Revainrating 1.5 out of 5  
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Component TypeBattery
Supported StandardsMP3
Memory Storage Capacity4 GB

Description of Eclipse Fit Clip 4GB Player

4GB storage - Holds over 1,000 songs. MP3 fit clip. 5mm audio headphone jack. Rechargeable li-ion battery. Preloaded DJ-created playlists.


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Type of review

Revainrating 1 out of 5

How it works?

I bought this mp3 player for my daughter for Christmas. I uploaded 20 songs to it from my iTunes account, but after uploading the songs, the device still says "blank disc". The song format shouldn't be mp3 (I think they're mp4 songs) but it should mean that I have to rip the CDs to my computer and transfer them to the device that way. A HEADACHE! I'm sorry I didn't get her an iPod Shuffle. What a waste of $15. PS: If ANYONE knows how to upload MP3 songs to this thing, please enlighten me. Pooh.

  • Impressive
  • I won't say anything

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Very annoying to use

Very annoying to use. Management is not intuitive. To adjust the volume, you need to stop the song and enter the menu. press up to the speaker icon and then press the control button back and forth. No bar graph, just a small number 11-12-13- etc. No instruction manual. Just instructions on how to get to the site. Every time I go there it's the instruction manual for the washing machine. I can't figure out how to get the correct instructions. I've tried other sites with free instructions but to…

  • Great product
  • No performance

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Terrible MP3 player

Almost everything about this product is bad. Navigating through your songs takes a long time. Music stops playing while you open settings or switch to a new track. When you press the rewind button, instead of restarting the song like most MP3 players, it will play the previous song you were listening to. The battery lasts 4 hours and it's impossible to tell if the device is charging when it's plugged in. If you just want to listen to 5-10 songs repeatedly, this mp3 player will work. Product…

  • Decent performance
  • Definitely bad product

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Fit Clip MP3 Player

Bought at Walmart for $15 about a year ago to replace the iPod shuffle. I mainly use it at work. Cons: It's difficult to change the volume - double-tap the bottom (or once if the screen is already lit), then press the forward or back button. Does not support playlists. Downloads songs using drag-and-drop from a computer file manager. I don't know what all the symbols on the screen mean. Anyway too small for me to see. (I don't really need a screen) It took me a while to figure out the controls…

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Revainrating 1 out of 5

Lies about storage space

Bought this unit from Walmart and loved it. It says it can store over 1000 songs but that stopped me and said the memory is full 700 songs. I'm no genius but I know there's no way you can go that wrong when it comes to how many songs the device can store. And the lady when I called the hotline to see if I was doing something wrong was rude and not helpful at all, saying that some songs take up more space and files take up a lot of space (I didn't have extra files uploaded). . I am very…

  • Lots of positive vibes
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