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H2O Audio Surge Contact

The H2O Audio Surge Contact is a headphone that is compatible with iPhone (allows users to control the iPhone with one button: voice controls, play/pause, skip tracks, and record voice memos), 4th and 5th generation iPod nano. The headphone combines waterproof speaker technology with an in-line waterproof microphone, allowing users to stay connected while submersed in sound. The H2O Audio Surge Contact retails for $69.99. It weighs 0.5 oz, comes with a 44 inch cable length a…

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H2O Audio Surge Contact

The H2O Audio Surge Contact is a headphone that is compatible with iPhone (allows users to control the iPhone with one button: voice controls, play/pause, skip tracks, and record voice memos), 4th and 5th generation iPod nano. The headphone combines waterproof speaker technology with an in-line waterproof microphone, allowing users to stay connected while submersed in sound. The H2O Audio Surge Contact retails for $69.99. It weighs 0.5 oz, comes with a 44 inch cable length and choice of 5 earpiece size (XS to XL).

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The H2O Audio Surge Contact is a headphone that features H2O Audio's patented waterproof technology. The in-line waterproof microphone and one-touch answer/end button allows users to use the unit in activities with heavy perspiration, rinsing after active use, and submersion to 12ft/3.6m underwater. It comes with five sets of Elastomer earplugs (XS-XL) and 2 sets of Foam earplugs (S/M and M/L) that provides users with a secure and comfortable fit while swimming, running, and working out. The unit is powered by neodymium drivers for warm sound and dynamic bass response, and is designed and tested to deliver fit, function, and durability for prolonged performance.

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