Apple iPod shuffle 1 GB Silver (2nd Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- It measures 1.07 x 1.62 x 0.41 inches (H x W x D) and weighs .55 ounces.
- It lets you collect music on the iTunes jukebox. You can buy songs from the iTunes Store and sync them to iPod shuffle.
- It now comes in four new colors and the original silver to suit your music and your mood.
- Lets you wear up to 240 songs on your sleeve, lapel or belt.
- iPod shuffle is the only iPod that's wearable right out of the box.
- Lets you wear up to 240 songs on your sleeve. Or your lapel. Or your belt.
- Now comes in four new colors and the original silver to suit your music and your mood
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The world's smallest digital music player, the 1GB iPod shuffle lets you wear up to 240 songs on your sleeve, lapel or belt.You can clip on iPod shuffle and wear it as a badge of musical devotion.You know what they say about good things and small packages. But when something 1.62 inches long and about half an ounce holds up to 240 songs, "good" and "small" don't quite cut it. Especially when you can listen to your music for up to 12 continuous hours. In fact, iPod shuffle just may be the biggest thing in small. You can clip it to your coin pocket or bag. No matter where you clip your skip-free iPod shuffle, you'll have instant access to music. And iPod shuffle's anodized aluminum enclosure goes with absolutely everything. Put it on, turn it up, and turn some heads. If you got more than 240 songs in your iTunes library? No problem. Let iTunes autofill your iPod shuffle and get a new musical experience every time. Pop follows jazz. Rock follows rap. iPod shuffle loves to improvise. The Shuffle switch lets you shuffle songs with a flick, even if you've synchronized a particular playlist.
The 1 GB iPod shuffle lets you wear up to 240 songs on your sleeve. Or your lapel. Or your belt. And now it's available in your choice of remixed colors. Clip on iPod shuffle and wear it as a badge of musical devotion.
iPod shuffle pays respect to its bigger siblings with a circular control pad that puts the "go" in ergonomic. Click the center button to play and pause. Click the outer buttons to move back, skip forward, and adjust volume.
Thanks to a built-in clip, iPod shuffle goes with anything. Clip it to your sleeve, lapel, coin pocket. No matter where you wear it, iPod shuffle speaks volumes about your style.
Embrace your inner rebel: Flip the shuffle switch to mix up iPod shuffle's contents. Flip it again to play your handpicked playlists and albums in the order you synced them from iTunes.
Green means go, amber means you're low, and red means you've almost hit zero. But with up to 12 hours of battery life, the iPod shuffle may keep rocking even longer than you do.
The headphone jack does double-duty as a dock connector. Flip iPod shuffle upside-down and drop it into the included dock. Connect the dock to your Mac or PC for a quick sync and charge. Away from your computer? Charge on the go with the optional Apple USB power adapter.
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Im no tough, but 19 years of lifting has made most of the weight I pull relatively high, so when the weight hits the pod, one would think it should hurt the pod. HOWEVER, the 2g shuffle hangs harder than I, and its the only member of the pod family that can withstand the torture I put us both through on a near daily basis, heres my saga...
Unfortunately, when I finish my workout, Im too tired to be at my brightest. About a month ago I threw my still wet gym clothes into the washer...mistaking the weight of the ipod for sweat (apparently I didnt hit it as hard as I thought I had). Into the washer the old pod went...buds and all.
Needless to say, my shuffle had taken its last step...(or so I thought, more to come). I ventured out of the fortress of solitude that my house has become, to Target and purchased the "new version" of the shuffle...Long story short it was way too small, slick and awkward for a big fingered gentleman such as myself to properly manipulate. Hopefully amazon will save the day....
AND IT DID! I got my 2g ipod shuffle, just like my previous, freshly washed model...this thing rocks! Ive dropped a 120 lb dumbell on it already, it didnt even skip! ( I dont reccommend that btw, it dropped on my leg that the ipod was clamped to so there obviously was some give, but that would have destroyed a screened ipod, and has for me). The night I ordered the new one I got to tinkering. I took my old 2g apart (the one I washed), hit it with my lady's blowdryer...let it sit, fully apart for the night, putting it together the following morning...Believe it or not, the damn thing fired up when I put it back together! I now have 2 ipod 2g shuffles, which ended up working very well for me, one I fill up with the testosterone punk/rock that fuels my workouts and the other, melodic songs that help me relax for yoga. Yin meet yang, pods meet your happy Hoffa!
NEVER buy the 3g if you sweat, have big hands, and/or use the clasp...but the 2g is quite possibly the world's most perfect mp3 player!
or computers that are on the markets these days. Not to mention afraid
to venture in this direction. Well I decided to step out of the box and
join a gym, get in shape and get a computer. Then I found out about the
Apple Ipod shuffle, just what I needed for the gym. Had a little trouble
figuring out how to put music on it, but Apple Support Centre helped me
and now I can help my other senior friends as they all want an Ipod now
that they have seen mine. I just love the compact size and the music is clear and it inspires me to walk.
The lack of a screen does not make much of a difference if you are only going to be listening to songs on this iPod. Given that it is 1GB, you anyway won't have more than a couple of hundred songs.
The switch to switch it on, or to toggle between sequential and shuffle play are a little awkward to use.
The iTunes software that comes with it is not very intuitive or useful.
Excellent value for money.