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Expower(R) IPX8 8GB Waterproof MP3 Music Player Headset Earphone FM Radio for Swimming, surfing, Running, Sports (Yellow MP3)

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  • IPX8 Waterproof Mp3 player for swimming, running, surfing
  • 8GB memory to store thousands of mp3 player
  • you can enjoy music/handsfree phone conversation in the water/nearby the water.
  • Unique clip attaching to swimming and skiing goggles, collar and waist belt friendly
  • USB plug built-in design, user friendly

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Technical Details
Item Weight159 g
Package Dimensions16 x 14.7 x 3.8 cm
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Best Sellers Rank #9,99,580 in Electronics (See top 100)
Date First Available11 May 2015
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1.0 out of 5 stars By sea or by land, they do not work! 23 August 2014
By C. G. Slavin - Published on Amazon.com
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My original review stated that these headphones did not work as advertised. At the time that was true. They were advertised as working underwater, for swimming, and for water sports. They do not work underwater as the bluetooth signal does not carry underwater. It always cuts out with any Bluetooth devices, Google it. The seller (EXPOWER) subsequently changed the product description to include that these headphones are not meant for underwater activity, swimming, etc. So, at the time of this product review update, these headphones are advertised without the use of blatant lies (as far as I can tell). They are waterproof, but they do not work underwater as the signal will cut out to/from your device (in my case an iPhone 5 in a waterproof LifeProof case). That being said, these headphones did not work well in other environments either. The ear buds constantly fell out of my ears when I was running with them no matter which size ear buds I used, and sound would cut out to the right ear bud periodically, leaving mono-directional sound from the left side only. Aside from that, the quality of the actual sound was unremarkable. To summarize, I can't use these headphones in the water and I can't use them out of the water, so I can't recommend them. Props to the seller for changing their wording in the product title and description however (assuming that's still the case). Sounded like Amazon was going to revoke their sellerhood if they were guilty of false advertising.

Here's my previous review when I originally bought these headphones under the assumption that they would work underwater based on the seller's original wording on the product page:

"These headphones did not work as advertised. Bluetooth does not work underwater and so advertising these headphones for swimming or water sports is fallacious. My waterproof phone was sending out a Bluetooth signal less than a foot away from the headphones the entire time. The headphones were playing music fine above the water, but as soon as either the headphones or the phone or both were submerged the signal cut out immediately. A massive disappointment. A simple Google search on "bluetooth doesn't work underwater" can elucidate all the tricky science on the subject for you if you're curious. Additionally, when the headphones were used for other activities (not underwater), the right ear bud would periodically cut out leaving only mono/left-directional sound. Finally, no matter which ear bud size I used, the ear buds would constantly fall out of my ears while running because of the pull from the connected wires. Useless. They don't work underwater and they don't work above water, these are a waste of your time and money."
4.0 out of 5 stars Bluetooth version is excellent for many water-related uses (but please note this is not intended not for lap swimming) 16 September 2014
By Ingrid - Published on Amazon.com
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Everyone should note that both the MP3 player and the Bluetooth headset reviews are intermixed here so that will cause confusion when these reading reviews. I bought the bluetooth headset, not the MP3 player. If you need something for lap swimming or totally submerged underwater, buy the MP3 player version instead. I think the reviews would be higher if the seller did not sell these 2 different items on the same Amazon page since people are getting confused as to which item works underwater.

The bluetooth headset won't be ruined by short immersions but the bluetooth connection will drop if totally immersed for more than a second or two. The headset requires you to own a separate bluetooth-capable audio device or smartphone that broadcasts the songs/podcasts/internet radio/phone calls.

When I bought this bluetooth headset, I realized bluetooth doesn't work underwater so I understood this is not intended for lap swimming. An exception is if you do breaststroke or sidestroke with your head always out of the water and you have a MP3/smartphone above the water and always within 30 feet of the headset. This headset was great for the following uses I bought it for: 1) use it when kayaking (could also be used for wind-surfing, rafting, other boating), 2) use it in the shower or bathtub before or after shampooing (I like to listen to audio podcasts), 3) use it in my hot tub, 4) use it at a nearby water park, won't be ruined by going on water slides or lazy river, and 5) use it when aqua jogging in deep water (with my head staying out of the water). I put my ipod touch in a ziploc or waterproof bag and keep it nearby (must be within 30 feet). With my 4th generation IPod Touch, I did not have any drop out/disconnect issues that were mentioned by the Kindle owner so perhaps that is a Kindle-only issue. I cannot vouch for the time it holds a charge since I usually use it for a bit less than 1 hour (while I exercise or shower) and then put it back in a charger. I don't have a smartphone so I cannot comment on using this for phone calls or the microphone quality. I think this would be useful to have if you do have a smartphone and may need to answer an important phone call when bathing or boating/windsurfing.

The main drawback is that it is very tight on my temples and I am a woman with a very narrow head. I really do not like pressure on my temples so usually I set this at a odd upward angle so the arms are touching my skull about an inch above my temples (which probably looks funny but it works for me). When in the shower, instead of on the back of my head I wear the main part down around my neck secured with a croakie so that I can shampoo and rinse my hair. I put my IPod touch in a baggie across the room (or sometimes in a waterproof clear bag if I want it in the shower stall if I think I'll need to rewind). The controller on this item allows you to pause/play, switch tracks, and adjust volume, but doesn't handle more involved functions such as rewinding within a song or audio podcast.

Wearing it in the shower was the #1 reason I bought this item. Shower speakers I tried just didn't work for me - I couldn't hear the shower speaker above the water noise, it would wake up my sleeping husband, or would feel weird to use speakers at the gym shower. Also using a speaker in my hot tub at night would disturb my neighbors.

The audio quality is not as good as non-bluetooth headphones or even my Active2 bluetooth earbuds but is good enough for my purposes. I use this headset when I'm doing water-related activities, but I would not use it if I'm just sitting in a chair wanting to listen to high fidelity audio. I prefer my Brightech Active 2 bluetooth earbuds for jogging on clear days but use this item if it is raining. For lap swimming, I use a Finis SwiMP3 (I haven't tried the MP3 player version of this product). I think that I would still prefer the Finis SwiMP3 for lap swimming because of the cheek conduction design since my ears get too clogged with water when I try to swim with earbuds. This bluetooth item is much more useful for in the shower than my SwiMP3 since the main part (except earbuds) can go down around my neck to allow me to shampoo, and also I can listen to audio podcasts or internet radio on my IPod Touch streaming over WiFi in my house with no need to download podcasts and then move them onto a separate swimming MP3 player.

This item shipped from China but only took 1.5 weeks to reach me in the U.S. The packaging was elegant, the user manual is clear, and the item appears to be of high quality. It comes with several different earbuds of different sizes in two styles, regular and water sports (a.k.a. christmas tree) style. It comes with a USB charging cable (but not a wall socket piece), but can be charged in any USB socket.

I'm happy to own this item for the above uses.
3.0 out of 5 stars Not for lap swimming in gym pool. 19 August 2014
By Mizmarisa - Published on Amazon.com
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The headset is not good for swimming laps. It cuts out at the ends of the lane, right before they completly disconnect as I did a flip turn underwater, and if you place the device the bluetooth is connected to in the middle of the lane, on top of a kick board, there is still no connection while swimming under water. Also, the ear pieces are so squishy that they get stuck in your ears. They detach real easliy from the headphones. Mine got so stuck deep inside my ear at the gym I attend, they had to use tweezers to get it out. Be careful with the ear buds on these. They dont stay on the cheap plastic tips.
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than most 27 August 2014
By Ben A Bratcher - Published on Amazon.com
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I have tried several "waterproof" headsets and been disappointed. Some because they aren't waterproof and some because they don't connect to the Bluetooth very well. These seem to work pretty well. I have tested them in a very wet, sweaty run and they held up just fine. The connection holds up pretty well, but I did have to move my iPod to my back to get it to work consistently. For the price, I think these are worth the buy for anyone who runs and sweats a lot. I can't speak to the swimming effectiveness.
1.0 out of 5 stars DONT WORK IN WATER 1 September 2014
By R. Hollocks - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
not great. First set got lost in Shipping. Seller was really helpful and sent a new pair. They sound pretty decent - but:
THEY DO NOT WORK IN WATER,(which sucks as I bought them for swimming). The second they get near water the bluetooth cuts out. Also the battery doesn't seem to hold charge. I charge it up, and every time I pick it up to use it, they are flat again.

so, yeah.... that was a pretty good waste of money. :-(