H2O Audio unveils Interval waterproof headphone system for iPod shuffle 3G
H2O Audio has introduced an updated version of its Interval Waterproof Training System for the third-generation iPod shuffle. The head-mounted Interval completely encloses the shuffle, offering waterproof protection down to 10 feet, exterior controls for volume and music playback, a unique design that attaches easily to most swimming goggles, and integrated in-ear headphones with neodymium drivers and seven included earplugs of varying sizes. H2O Audio’s Interval Waterproof Training System for the iPod shuffle 3G is available now and sells for $100. In addition, the company has also introduced its new Surge Pro balanced armature waterproof headphone, featuring a compact design, waterproof protection down to 12 feet, and a wide variety of earplugs. They too are available now and sell for $100.
Finally, the company has debuted its Surge Sportwrap Waterproof Headphones. Designed for activities such as surfing and jet skiing, the Surge Sportwrap features a secure neckband with coiled cables, waterproof protection down to 12 feet, neodymium drivers, and a variety of earplugs for a proper fit. H2O Audio’s Surge Sportwrap Waterproof Headphones are available now and sell for $60.
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