Wednesday, April 2, 2014

The latest generation iPod Shuffles manufactured by Apple is expertly waterproofed by AudioFlood. This device that comes with a built in clip can be easily attach the iPod to your goggle strap (when swimming) or to your shirt collar, or even to work out clothes without having the worries of the device getting wet with your own sweat while working out. With regular playtime, it lasts for about 15 hours of battery life and has ample storage for approximately 500 songs (for a 2GB capacity). The device’s VoiceOver button is also tell able you song title as well as the playlist name or even its battery status.

The AudioFlood Waterproof iPod Shuffle is the only device with a true short cord waterproof headphones that you can find in the market. With this feature, the user does not have to worry of excess dangling cord that annoyingly tangles or sometimes even dragged in the water. Its large speakers deliver a better sound quality and also includes six soft rubber ear piece options to makes sure to find a perfect fit. The Headphones has an extension cable if in any case that you would want to use them as standard length headphones.

  • Great and durable quality
  • Unique waterproofing process made it one of the highest rated waterproof MP3 players in the market
  • Excellent sound quality
  • Impervious to chlorine and salt water
  • Short cord headphones make it convenient to use while swimming
  • Long battery life (15 hours)
  • Genuine 5th generation (newest) Apple iPod shuffle
  • Built in clip allows the device to be easily attached anywhere
  • Can store approximately 500 songs on a 2GB storage
  • Six ear piece options available to find perfect fit
  • Extension cable available for other uses aside from swimming

  • Ear bud holders are a bit bulky but minimally burdensome

The AudioFlood Waterproof iPod Shuffle is an easy choice for a waterproof MP3 player. What makes it ahead from other waterproof players in the market is its unique waterproofing processes, where they have completely encapsulated the electronic components in sealant. The inside of the shuffles are entirely filled with sealant resulting in no voids or empty air spaces so there is no way for water to access the electrical components.

1 comment:

  1. I as of late purchased the Ipod Bundle, and I have been utilizing the Ipod and headphones when I swim three days a week. I was extremely inspired. I had an issue getting the earbuds to seal for the whole hour and a half I swim non-stop, and I lost the extensive earbuds. I reached Audio Flood and they consented to send me substitution vast earbuds. They are an incredible organization eager to twist over regressively to fulfill the client.