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SwiMP3 uses bone induction to give you music underwater

If any of you are swimmers out there, there’s a pretty big likelihood that you’ve had a hard time finding a good MP3 players that works well underwater. Swimming is a little bit more frustrating if you like to listen to music because in comparison to running or…pretty much any other sport, swimming makes it impossible to listen to music at a good quality.

Hopefully the somewhat clunky Finis SwiMP3 will get you back on track with listening to your favorite tunes. Most underwater music players rely on a sealed tight headphone earpiece that once out in the water, completely destroys the device. Thankfully with this Finis model, you don’t have to worry about having earphones or not, just so long as you have the bones in your head handy. This device attaches themselves to your goggles, and uses bone conductivity to give you that musical goodness you so desire. The sound is not as clear as your headphones you use on land, but these are pretty decent and won’t die after the second use. It costs about $149.99 on the actually website, but can be found for less elsewhere online.

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