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ive been looking at the sansa clip reviews. they are really impressive. especially in comparisson to the apple products of the same class. going to keep reading reviewing and gathering info on it.. so far, it has a small screen, the unit is small, the audio quality is apparently exceptional, built with flash memory and supports the uncompressed flac format!

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That's interesting. Can you take a picture or give a more detailed visual on how you achieve this? If its comfortable, it sounds like something to try.
I just run the headphone cord down my sleeve and into my glove with the shuffle attached to it. Nothing too high tech.

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you're talking about a mitt though, right?
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Gloves work too if they are not too tight but mitts obviously work better.

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lol im still trying to visualize how it fits in your gloves and you are able to press the controls. the only way i can think of is if it goes into your palm and you push your fingers into your palm like the way spider man spins a web. haha.. am i right?
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You got it Peter Parker. Or I just keep it in my palm and use a finger from my opposite hand to operate the controls depending on how loose or tight my gloves are that day.

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w00t.. wonder if i can do that with the sansa clip.. it seems like thats the player im going to go with.
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I don't have any experience with the Sansa clip but the button I use the most is the Play/Pause button which is nice and big and easy to hit on the shuffle.

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i just decided to go with the new ipod nano. i stuck one of those heavy duty plastic cover on it haha
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