Well I'm sure it's gonna get beat up working on repairing trailers and with 16 bays there will be quite a few guys working there.Elwenil said:Check TigerDirect.com. Read the reviews though as some are not worth buying, but depending on how hard you are on stuff, some of the cheaper ones could be considered disposable or not a big deal if it gets stolen.
I have a couple of the Scandisks and they've been great. They are small and do exactly what I need them to do....play music.mopar65pa said:
Is that similar to the old RCA Lyra MP3 players? My first mp3 was a RCA Lyra (128mb), it got kicked, smacked, dropped in puddles (and it wasn't waterproof) and used ALOT. I think i paid $130 or so for it when i bought it (new)IntenseImages said:another option to look at tony is the RCA Jet. we got the 2gb model for my daughter for her 9th birthday. she has put that thing through everything you can imagine a child of that age could do and will be 12 in june and the thing is still going strong.
it is rubber coated for protection, waterproof, shockproof, as stated is a 2gb model, has an fm radio option on it as well as voice record, and it comes with both a wrist band holder and an upper armband holder. cost was right at $30.
average battery life on it is something I havent actually timed. I do know that she listens to it all the time and only plugs it in the computer usb port to charge about every 2 days or so.
the one feature i do like on it is the ability to just drag and drop files. no special software needed for it and it plays wav, wma, and mp3 without a problem.
here is a cnet review of the jet series of players