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FINIS SwiMP3 2G with X18 Firmware

November 24, 2013 - Comment

Prepare to be baffled! TheSwiMP3.2G is a waterproof mp3 player created with a unique innovative sound transfer technology that offers exceptional underwater sound clarity. The completely redesigned waterproof MP3 player utilizes bone-conduction technology to transmit high-fidelity sound underneath the water. Standard players rely on the transmission of sound through air or water which causes the

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Prepare to be baffled! TheSwiMP3.2G is a waterproof mp3 player created with a unique innovative sound transfer technology that offers exceptional underwater sound clarity. The completely redesigned waterproof MP3 player utilizes bone-conduction technology to transmit high-fidelity sound underneath the water. Standard players rely on the transmission of sound through air or water which causes the swimmer to perceive only muffled noise. Because the SwiMP3 uses bone conduction the sound vibrations are able to be directly transferred from the cheek bone to the inner ear giving the swimmer the ultimate sensory experience. Summary The waterproof swim MP3 player that makes your ears redundant! Your Cheeks are your new ears and it works! WOW! Features Bone Conduction Audio Transmission Incredibly Clear Sound Without Headphones or Ear Buds MP3 and WMA Compatible iTunes Convertible Listen to Music Audiobooks Podcasts and more with Incredible Sound Quality While Swimming 2GB of Storage Stores Approximately 500 songs 30 hours of music Hydrodynamic Clips Attaches Securely to Goggle Straps and Rest on Cheekbones

Product Features

  • Bone Conduction Audio Transmission
  • Incredibly Clear Sound Without Headphones or Ear Buds
  • MP3 and WMA Compatible iTunes Convertible
  • Listen to Music Audiobooks Podcasts and more with Incredible Sound Quality While Swimming
  • 2GB of Storage

Comments

N. Purches-knab "Nick" says:

Watch out! I suppose most people write their reviews when their new unit arrives and they start to really enjoy it…and it IS great ….for a while. I have had 4 of these in the last 18 months! I have been really committed to the product because it is great when it is working BUT every single one of them has failed after about 12 weeks of daily swimming. I have been increasingly careful with them but the unit simply cannot stand up to daily immersion and the strains of putting on and removing it with goggles…and yes I also had the disastrous software issues with the last one. It was returned in August and the replacement arrived today- November 16th. Posting a defective product back to Bulgaria (£12 a time) when it repeatedly fails and when you can only communicate with someone in California is less than satisfactory despite the fact that the Finis employee I dealt with was unfailingly polite and helpful. If you are anywhere in Europe that is what you have to do! I am resigned to the fact…

Stephen Newton says:

Bone conduction beats waterproof ear buds hands down My first underwater MP3 player was the , which is let down terribly by the ear buds. Speedo give you several options (so there’s lots of experimenting to be done) and you quickly discover it’s vital that they fit tight and snug in the ear, which can be very uncomfortable. Once they slip out you’re done for. I ended up pairing it with which are better, but are shoddily constructed (I’ve gone through three pairs in eighteen months).So with its bone conduction the SwiMP3 beats the Speedo Aquabeat hands down. Simply clipping them to your goggles makes for a much easier, far more comfortable experience and the sound is at least as good as with headphones. Although it is definitely best underwater (so try not to come up for air).It is the control buttons that lose the…

Arheddis Varkenjaab "inflateable" says:

Beats earphones hands down I used to have a waterproof MP3 player, but there were wires everywhere (you carried it in a sort of holster velcro’d to your arm) and as soon as water got behind the earbuds, which was inevitable, the sound went horrible. Water gradually destroyed the earbuds and it was never a very suitable solution. The earbuds would pull out, or I’d get my arm caught on a wire, and there was noticable drag in my glide. It made lengths much more enjoyable, but was frustrating to use.This one however is a very good bit of kit. Instead of plugging earbuds into your ears for a swim, which never works very well, this things consists of two plastic pads which rest on your cheekbones. The sound apparently is conducted by your bones to your inner ear. It clips on to your goggles, with the connecting wire behind your head, and you really don’t notice it’s there. There is no noticable drag, and it doesn’t interfere with your stroke at all. I pull my arm right into my head on my glide and…

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