This past summer I started a swimming MP3 player test, one that I feel I can finally conclude. I ended up buying just about every popular swimming MP3 player on the market, and then started testing them – one after another. But it wasn’t just me, my wife got into the action too and also put them to the test, and interestingly, our favorite units ended up being the same.
As my swimming training sessions started getting longer and longer, I started to find the silence and wooshing of water, while generally calming, to be somewhat monotonous and, on a bad day, boring or tedious.
Knowing that some smart person out there had likely solved this problem, I started looking for waterproof mp3 players or waterproof headphones and cases for existing players I may have.
My research led me to the Finis Swimp3.1
What is it?
A waterproof MP3 player for swimmers, which uses bone-conduction technology.
Delivers clear sound underwater; reasonably comfortable to wear; simple file transfer and organisation.
The bottom line
Worth considering if you can’t bear the thought of another series of long, monotonous lengths of your local swimming pool without some kind of audio distraction.
I’ve been a long-time fan of the Finis Swimp3. I’ve evaluated many of the swimming music solutions out there, and found that I come back, without fail, to the Swimp3.
Earlier this year Finis released the Swimp3.2. I thought: cool 2x the storage = more music (hurray)! But really didn’t give it a lot more thought than that. I had my Swimp3 and couldn’t see buying v2 just for more storage. Well after several hundred (maybe thousand) hours my v1 gave it up and I needed to upgrade. Time do go for the Swimp3.2.
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