(Original post by like a boss)
If you want a cheap music player, don't get an iPod. You are just paying for the brand.
Not always. The Classic in particular is unrivalled as a huge capacity player, and the only rivals to the Touch in terms of sheer feature set are Samsung's Galaxy Players, and then it's a question of OS preference.
(Original post by walterwhite123)
I wouldn't buy any Apple product secondhand, their lifespan isn't great as it is.
I have an iPod Mini from 2004 that's going strong, and my 2006 iPod Video was running like a dream until I opened it up myself and broke one of the ribbon connectors. My godfather still uses an iMac G4 Cube that celebrated it's tenth birthday last year for word processing. Apple products are generally lauded for their high build quality and reliability.
I signed up for lovefilm for free and got a free amazon voucher (then cancelled the account) and ended up getting £30 off a new ipod Don't know if the offers still going, but there are ways to be sneaky