Lots of CONS but all minor, overall GREAT product.
Laura Manson, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I purchased the iPod waterproof shuffle after trying different products. The reviews were good and it sounded like a solid reliable solution to me wanting to listen to music while swimming workouts.
Summary: I'm training for a Half Ironman, and am training alone in a local pool at the moment. I wanted something to make the hours of practice go more quickly and be less boring, and was happy when a friend told me you could get a waterproof mp3 player.
Summary: It's a genuine iPod that's been waterproofed by dipping the internals in resin/sealant. I've been using this in the pool 6 times a week since January and it's held up wonderfully - no leaks that I know of and the sound quality (with good headphones) is exactly where it should be.
Summary: As others have pointed out, swimming back and forth for hours is boring. While we wait for the outdoor season, staring at a black line is an unfortunate necessity. The answer? Add music. My first 1000 yards today went by without me even really noticing because I was dialing in this great system.
Summary: I HATE arm bands, they always make me feel like I'm having my blood pressure taken and that my hand is going to go numb. This is a great alternative. I love that it's small and it stays clipped on my shirt when I run. It's never fallen off.
Summary: I ordered the AudioFlood Underwater Ipod on Aug 3rd, 2012 and I loved using the system...Waterproof Ipod and headphones, when they worked. The headphones worked half the time underwater, either it was muffled or the left side usually only one working and I did use a swimcap.
I've had it for 5 months works great In many different environments swimming sauna wet and dry ...
David A Duran, Amazon
28 October 2014
Summary: I've had it for 5 months works great In many different environments swimming sauna wet and dry the only reason I don't give a 5 star is the ear buds are not very good you'll have to invest into new ones