|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Battery Average Life||16 Hours|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Polymer|
|Supported Standards||MP3, AAC, ACELP, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 0.45 x 2 cm; 35 Grams|
|Item Weight||35 g|
|Item Model Number||SE-W118-BK|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||16 November 2016|
Waterproof MP3 Player for Swimming and Running,Underwater Headphones with Short Cord, Shuffle Feature (Black)
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|Component type||Memory, Display|
|Supported standards||MP3, AAC, ACELP, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV|
About this item
- The Best waterproof mp3 player for the lap or marathon swimmer. The device is light-weight and easy to operate. The clip, which will attach to goggles, can also be attached to clothing or the straps of backpacks. The control buttons have been designed with raised ridges that are perfect for wet finger-tips. The player is elegant in its design. No rough edges and very smooth to touch. Once you read the operating instructions, you can operate the player without looking((No need display at all).
- HIFI Lossless Sound Quality; Great sound under/out water; Download all your favorite music from your computer & audiobook, support Audio Formats: MP3, WMA, FLAC, APE(no need convert software).16 hours of play time and memory capacity of over 2,000 songs (8 GB). This device allows you to shuffle through all your music in the memory; 100% Waterproof with gold plated stereo jack to prevent corrosion. Waterproof down to 10 feet.Waterproof Rating: IPX8.
- Short cord swimming headphones are perfect for swimmers for swimming in music, no more wrapping long lengths of cord around goggle straps! And one more audio extension cord is for different activities in need.
- This product has versatility beyond swimming and can be used with activities in which you might get wet. Running, surfing, Skiing or kayaking comes to mind.
- One year warranty, 30days no risk refund.
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Submergible Headphones + Waterproof mp3 player
Support Audio Formats: Mp3/ WMA/ APE/ FLAC/ WAV/ AAC-LC/ ACELP.Mp3/ WMA/ APE/ FLAC/ WAV/ AAC-LC/ ACELP freely available MP3 format enjoy your music.
Add Music: simple Drag & Drop file Management
Built in Rechargeable Battery, long Time Playback and Large Capacity: Up to 16 hours of playback with 1.5 hours of full charge;
Memory capacity of over 2,000 songs (8 GB).
Impressive Bass Response
Simple Touch Button Controls
Convenient Clip-On Design
Mac & PC compatible
Marine Grade Water Rating: IPX-8
Construction Material: Engineered ABS
Digital Audio file support: MP3, WMA
Holds up to 2,000Audio Files
Average Charge Time: 1.5Hours
Speaker Rate Power: 5mW
Frequency Response: 20Hz -20kHz
USB Support: 2.0
Dimensions: 36x51x19mm, weight: 20.2g
What's in the Box:
MP3 Controller Unit
2 pairs of Changeable Earbud Tips
One extension audio cord
USB Charging/Connection Cable
After you use in the water, please Wipe the MP3 off completely especially throw water away from the ear jack and then leave the MP3 at room temperature to dry until no moisture remains on the MP3 before you start connect computer to download songs or start charging;
Never use the USB cable to charge when your MP3 is wet or wet hands cause the enclosed USB cable is not water resistant. Otherwise, it will damage the MP3 player.
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The volume is key, many players just can't be turned up loud enough to compensate for the water and this player can go very loud, which is good. Also the ability to feel the buttons (who cares about a screen when you have the player on the back of your head) to move forward/backward is fantastic. Yes, the controls and the limited options are simplistic but that is exactly what you need when your doing serious lap swimming and cannot fiddle with controls. The price is excellent on this product as well. Loading the music is simple as well, just pop it on the old PC and voila, it is a flash drive. No hassle with some stupid music file program like other asinine players. I really like the way it clips as well, you clip it to the back of your goggles. It's a small nit, but not crazy about the jack input being on the side, wish it was on top but it works fine as is.
However I haven't used the ear buds at all, so can't vouch for them. But the H20 short cord ear buds really sound well combined with this excellent player. I have found that the biggest weakness for any underwater MP3 players are the ear pieces. If you are kicking against a wall when making that reverse very few ear buds can take that pressure. The H20 Surge Plus (short Cord for lap swimming) ear buds and the H2O X1's are excellent but pricey, you can check out my reviews there. These additional ear buds are an investment but they do a great job underwater. You can also use the extension this MP3 players provides to extend short cord ear buds, if needed.
I have loaded 1200 MP3 songs (192k each song), really happy it's an 8k player. My impression is that this player will play songs in alphabetical order by artist only. So if your playlist is set up that way, then you should be fine with their method but I hate hearing multiple songs by the same artist in a row and prefer mixing them up. The key feature on this product is the shuffle feature and the ability to play a set playlist in the order you want to hear them play. I use that shuffle feature when I get bored with my playlist but the other feature with this product is that it will play your playlist if you put numbers in front of the name or tags. I use a couple of simple free Windows programs called Rename ( a simple app) or Mp3tag (this is a more complex app, but much more flexible if you learn it) that will automatically add numbers to the name of songs I want to hear, in whatever numerical order I want them to play and this player will play them in that order. It also will pick up from that last song the was played previously the next time you turn on the player. (It's a simple feature, but actually have had players that go back to the first song in the list after the player was turned off.)
Also some helpful tips on using waterproof ear buds:
1. Start with the larger ear bud rubber ends first then work your way down to the smaller sizes if that doesn't fit. If you use the larger sizes, you get a tighter barrier against the water.
2. Some people use vaseline (yuck, can you imagine putting that in your ear) or wetting the ear buds lightly in the water before you place them in your ear, they think it secures them in the ear better. But I disagree and I have found the best way to keep them in your ear is to use ear swabs and briefly wipe your ear where the buds go (outside of you ear canal, not the inside). That way you're wiping the oil off you ear and my buds stay in completely during the swim. This is important because if the buds become loose you will get water behind them and you will be hosed for the rest of the swim. However the volume is loud to overcome that with this player, just need to remove the water reset the bud in your ear.
3. When you insert them in your ear pull back the top of your ear with your opposite hand, that will stretch it and allow the ear canal to gently wrap snugly around the ear bud.
It is rare when the water enters the ear canal if you take these three steps you can enjoy the music much better. Hope this helps been buying all sorts of waterproof MP3 for years since they first came out and believe me, went through the gamut on these and read many dumb reviews. I hope this sheds lights on swimming with music, which I really enjoy and helps you avoid the learning curve I had to go through. Happy swimming!
TWO MONTHS LATER
UPDATE. A little over 2 months later. Last week it stopped working when I was swimming. No problem, I'll charge it. It was fine for 1.5 hours (one side of the headphones died, but that's not really a big deal since I wanted new ones). I got new headphones yesterday and tried them out. The player stopped working. In the several times I tried, I noticed the that the red light on the right remained solid while the one on the left is blinking. Then it would go solid and the player turned off. I immediately emailed company.
UPDATE #2 after a misunderstanding I am getting a new player. Everything is cleared up. I really do like the player and it has made all the lists recommending what to buy. I'm hoping third time is the charm.
I gave four stars because I'm getting a 3rd one in two months. Except for the misunderstanding - which the blame falls mostly on me since I didn't explain things more clearly, customer service gets 5 stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐.
The songs play in the order they were dropped onto the files system on the unit. So you can create your playlist in the sequence you copy the files to the unit.
Remember to unplug the ear bud jack when you are done so it can all dry out, and you will be good to go! Make sure it is dry before you plug into the computer or charging cable.