|Style||Equipment - MP3|
|Number of Items||1|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||FINIS Duo™ Underwater Bone Conduction MP3 Player|
|Item Model Number||1.30.058.244|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 15 x 22 cm; 150 Grams|
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FINIS 1.30.058: 1.30.058.244 Duo MP 3 Player Black/Acid Green
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- Bone conduction audio transmission amazingly clear sound in the water without the use of ear buds
- Supports mp3 & wma audio formats compatible with iTunes; listen to music, audiobooks, podcasts and more
- 4gb of storage stores approximately up to 1000 songs or 60 hours of playback
- Waterproof ipx8 tested to perform at a depth of 3 meters (10 feet) for 30 minutes. If immersion at 3 meters (10 feet). or deeper. occurs for longer than 30 minutes. damage may occur
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery: up to 7 hours of battery life
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Duo MP3 Player Black/Acid Green. Bone conduction audio transmission amazingly clear sound in the water without the use of ear buds. Supports mp3 & wma audio formats compatible with iTunes; listen to music. audiobooks. podcasts and more. 4gb of storage stores approximately up to 1000 songs or 60 hours of playback.
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Improving technique is the secret to a better swim.
Duo Underwater MP3 Player
Underwater Bone-Conduction MP3 Player
Waterproof MP3 player featuring a sleek, two-piece design and Bone Conduction audio transmission to deliver crystal clear audio through cheekbones to the inner ear. Integrated control buttons and goggle brackets make swimming to music easier than ever before.
- Designed to provide swimmers with the joy of swimming to music
- Supports MP3 and WMA audio files
- Compatible with iTunes; listen to music, audiobooks, podcasts and more
- Waterproof IPX8– tested to perform at a depth of 3 meters (10 feet) for 30 minutes
- 4GB – Stores approximately 1000 songs or 60 hours of playback
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The only thing is that you need to make sure you charge them up after each swim as they do not seem to hold charge for longer than the day of use but not hard to do. Love the purchase and would definitely recommend them!
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Seriously this is fantastic the only device which sounds louder in the water than out. Can hear plain as day. Works during Butterfly, Breast Stroke Front Crawl and Back Crawl, diving in and tumbling. Charge Lasts for ages (8-10 hours, over a week of swimming) providing you power the item off (depress and hold, the green light should not flash, if it does it's on pause and charge will dissipate without you knowing)
Two minor things, sort out the music you want and in order (I use Macs and had no problem with format of song) very clear and easy to use. If you are using certain types of goggles it may cause them to leak a little. After a little adjusting I can swim about 1-2miles solidly without any leaks. One thing is for certain better than ear buds and a cord strangling you while swimming. Far superior to all the other's and believe me I've tried them.
I hate returning something I purchased, but every now and then there is a product so bad that it feels like a scam, and this is one of them. I had to return them.
"Bone conducting technology" sounds very sexy, but apparently it's just a screaming little speaker encased in plastic that tries to be loud enough for you to hear it through your skull. Obviously, everyone around you at the pool will hear it screaming and obviously when you enclose a speaker into a small plastic compartment it will sound horrible. Imagine the worst possible sounding 30 year old 1£ headphones... These sound worse. There is no bass whatsoever, you can barely hear the muffled mids, only sometimes well enough to understand the words of the song, and it's all even worse when you try swimming with them. You can only hope that the water will completely fill your ear canals, so the screeching sounds stop and the tiny sound is able to get to your eardrums with less noise, but while swimming this doesn't happen and the water hitting your ears drowns out any chance of listening to music with these. You will hear just noise and the rest of the visitors at the pool will hear screeching.
The bones and tissue of your skull conduct sound as well as a brick wall, so if they call this "bone conducting technology", any speaker could be said to have "wall conducting technology" if you listen to it through a wall. In this case minus any kind of bass coming through.
I spent a lot of time fiddling with the positioning of these, hoping for a miracle, but it didn't happen.
I don't get it, every review with more than 1 star must be a paid review...
You can download music or podcasts and lots of them.
If you purchase on Amazon you need to contact Finis and they will send you a replacement charger unit by return European post, as these have the old charger that fails almost instantly. This is probably why they are a lot cheaper than the RRP.
I looked on the forums for help with this problem and found a flood of people who had the same issue and the only response from manufacturer was to send slightly more magnetic charging unit which according to most people had similar issues. So now I have to start process of return and replacement and hope that they have finally fixed this known fault.