Buytopia Canada: $5 for a Clip Shuffle MP3 Player with Earphones & USB Cable


I came across this deal at Buytopia and I don't think I have seen a deal this great in a long time.  Get a clip shuffle MOS player with the headphones and the USB cable for just $5!

Paying just $5 is 90% off the regular price of $49.  It just doesn't get better than that!

As I said above, you will get a Clip Shuffle MP3 player, the headphones and the USB cable for just $5.  There are two other choice for this deal as well though.  You can also get a 2GB one for $7, or a 4GB one for just $9 as well.

They come in eight different colours to choose from and they have a built in 100mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery, card slot supporting micro SD/TF card up to 8GB.  The easy to use clip makes this the perfect product for working out at the gym, walking the dog or even just going for  walk or a run around the neighborhood.

Here are a couple of people that have already got this deal:

I’m somewhat of a MP3 player snob so was skeptical about this one when buying it for my nephew as his first MP3 player. Very impressed by the sound quality and how easy it is to work!- Jake L

I got an 8GB card and it holds quite a bit of music. I’ve put over 1000 songs on this thing and it still isn’t nearly filled up. The Mp3 player is holding up with heavy use as well, quite impressed.- Kegan G

You will be able to buy as many as you would like for yourself and as gifts.  It will take 4-6 weeks for delivery after the deal ends.  As for the cost of shipping, it is $6.99.  If you consider that the deal is just $5, even with the shipping it is still a steal of a deal!

(Expiry: 18th April 2014)

1 comment

  • Rodney D.
    Once again, something that can be had MUCH cheaper off of eBay. Be forewarned, I've had two of these, and not only does the rechargeable battery not last very long (1 hour MAX if you have JUST left your charging source) but the sound quality is mediocre at best (even when using better earphones - it's rather related to the capability of the device's MP3 decoder).

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