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- Yes, you can listen underwater! For example while snorkeling. The sound quality is amazing!
- Each pair comes with 3 different sizes of silicone earbud to make sure they fit your ear canals (everyone's are different!)
- Now fitted with silicone earloops to keep them firmly in place.
- 3.5mm nickel-coated stereo jack.
- Frequency response: 19Hz - 20KHz. Impedance: 32 Ohms. Audio Pressure Level: 100db (1kHz/1Vrms).
- WARNING Although tested waterproof to 30ft (10m) you should not use them at depths greater than 10ft (3m) where the pressure could cause hearing damage.
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|Color||Information not provided||White||Black||Black/Blue|
|Dimensions||8 inches x 8 inches x 8 inches||8.2 inches x 1 inches x 4.75 inches||1.07 inches x 7.12 inches x 4.73 inches||4.5 inches x 6.5 inches x 1 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.09 pounds||0.15 pounds||0.15 pounds||0.15 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Once you get a feel for how to place the earphones under the cap, they are pretty fail-safe (I'd say only once in every 30 to 40 swims I get a little water getting between the earphone and my ear canal--no big deal). And the sound quality (under water) is truly spectacular.
(And btw, I use them with a waterproofed Ipod Shuffle from Swimman.net -- really great solution that clips onto the back of your swim cap.)
There is definitely a little bit of a learning curve to get started with these, but once you get a feel for putting them in right, they add about one minute to your pre-swim routine and are definitely worth it.
Aquapac - more expensive but well worth it. Seals off the water, pretty comfortable, great sound. Audio is good enough I can listen to music and not just podcasts.
Large Blue EAR BAND-IT® neoprene headband.
The sound quality is great, but you have to keep the water out of your ears to make these work well. This is done by keeping a good seal between the headphone and your ear canal. This is a problem if you are swimming because your arm may bump your ears or the cord gets stuck to your skin and gives a light tug on the headphone.
So, without a headband, these just didn't work for me. I tried a swimcap, and this MOSTLY worked for me. I did have to turn the headphones upside down however, as the swim cap put pressure UPWARD, towards the top of my head and would cause the headphones to spring outward (the bottom of them is a solid plastic tab leading into the cord).
The EAR BAND-IT worked perfectly in two ways. 1) It keeps pressure inward only, so that keeps the headphones pressed into my ears. 2) You can wrap the cord around the headband (1 time) as a pressure relief. As I said, the cord sometimes sticks to your wet skin, giving a small tug. That small tug can break the seal with your ear, so if you wrap it around the headband it doesn't pull directly on the headphones.
Overall, I give this product 5 stars because it works as advertised and I really like using it. I knew from reviews here that "keeping it in your ear" is a problem, but there are several solutions and you just need to find one that works for you.
Whenever you're inserting in-the-ear earphones it helps to make sure that they are firmly seated in the ear canal. I learned the "pull your ear flap back" trick long ago and it makes all the difference as it temporarily stretches the opening to your ear to make insertion easier. It sounds silly, but try it and see.
I'm using these with the H20 Audio Waterproof Housing for iPod nano 3G (Gray) and the combination is just great. I couldn't be happier.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
terrible stopped work after a few months of use the sound quality degraded heavilyPublished 3 months ago by Barry
These kinds of waterproof headphones only work if you can keep water out of your ears. To accomplish that and hold the buds in my ear canals, I have to wear a swim cap pulled over... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dallas Powell
They worked great for the first 2 weeks then the left headphone stopped working now both you can barly work I would not recommend these headphonesPublished 19 months ago by Cameron
The sound quality is fine for waterproof headphones. The fit isn't great for me. They like to slip out, especially with a swim cap on.Published on October 2, 2013 by Ab
I have 2 pairs of these headphones. They work great when they do.. But somewhere along the line with constant use they stop working in one ear. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by A. Venkataram
I ordered these in conjunction with a waterproof iPod case so I could listen to music while in the ocean and the pool. They work great. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Amazon Customer
These are great for swimming!! The sound is really good underwater. The buds were a little bigger than my last pair but they stay in and sound a lot better. Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Luv2swim
I swim 3 times per week for 40 minutes each session. I had trouble with cheaper waterproof earbuds...didn't fit or one channel would die. These have worked well. Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by Goadad
I purchased the ear buds to enjoy some favorite tunes while out on the water with my OC1 outrigger here in Hawaii. First impressions are the sound quality is very good. Read morePublished on December 8, 2011 by konajim