Waterproof MP3 Player Radio
UWaterG5 New Design 2014
This 4GB micro-sized waterproof MP3 player radio clips on to goggles or fastens onto headband, armband, or belt for swim-anywhere, go-anywhere, pleasure.
Our newly designed single port 3.5mm copper plated jack connection completely seals water out plus provides crucial long term protection.
The standard size 3.5mm jack will allow you to experiment with our whole range of waterproof headphones allowing you to find the perfect fit for your ears whne swimming or surfing.
The UWaterG4 has a 1,000 to 1,200 Songs/10 Audio Books capacity (4GB), with a continuous play time of 6 to 8 hours on a single charge of its built-in high performance (1000+ cycle) Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery.
The UWaterG4 weighs one ounce, has random, normal and playback modes and the system is compliant with Windows 7, XP, 2000, Vista, iTunes, MAC 9.0 & Higher
Since 1996 our Waterproof Audio Technologies (WAT) were featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Men's Health (Europe), Swim World, Fitness Swimmer, Triathlete Magazine, CNET, CBS TV, as well as over 30 other publications. Also endorsed by the US National Sporting Goods Association.
-- Memory: 4GB (1000 - 1200 Songs/10 Audio Books)
-- Play Time: Continuous 8 HRS.
-- Radio Tuner 88 - 108 Mhz
-- Built-in high performance Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery
-- IPX8 Waterproof Certification (10Ft/3M)
-- Weight: Under 1 Ounce.
-- Mini-Size: Only 0.4"x1.25”x1.75” (0.9x3x4.5cm)
-- Random/Normal Playback Modes
-- Highly Visible Multi-Color LED Mode Control.
-- Single Port copper plated 3.5mm Audio/USB Jack
-- System Compliant: Win 7/XP/2000/Vista/MAC 9.0
-- Easy downloading from your iTunes library.
-- UwaterG4 Player
-- 20" Waterproof/Sweatproof Neodynium Stereo Earphones
-- Silicon Ear-Tips (3 sets, L,M,S)
-- Detachable Flex-Clip
-- USB Cable (Charge, Data)
-- Owners Manual
-- International Warranty
Do not be fooled by cheap imitations. They won't last beyond your first lap.
Since 1996 our engineers have invested years of R&D on improving Waterproof Audio Technologies (WAT), optimizing in-the-water audio reception, tuning and controls.