Excerpt: When I’m out on trips, I do mostly cultural explorations such as dining for exotic delicacies or going to museums. But trekking in rugged terrain is not my idea of an adventure, much less diving under water, usually, I like to be self-indulgent and immerse myself with the …
Summary: Love the player, but the headphones that came with it lasted 2 swims before one of the headphones died. There are so few options for waterproof players, but wish that Speedo would make headphones that last. I ended up buying another pair from Swimbuds, which have at least lasted a few weeks.
Summary: I bought this in 2010 and it still works. The battery doesn't hold it's charge like it used to but that is to be expected. I only swim 3-4 months out of the year, a few times a week but it has held up really well being in and out of gym bags, etc.
Summary: Ive owned this for a year now and have had no problems with it. It fits snug to thicker goggle bands and stays put. I did replace the headphones with the Pyle PWP20B and get a much better sound. The unit is easy to fill with music and the buttons are easy to use while in the pool.
Summary: The best thing abut the Speedo Aquabeat is how it slips straight onto my swim-goggles- the cords are out of my way, the ear-pieces stay stable, even when I'm changing strokes or pulling a flip-turn.
Summary: Nice to have a waterproof player option that is very light. Using the include USB cable to transfer files is a breeze with no drivers needed or software to install. It is simple to use and big buttons for out of reach accesses without the need of looking at the player.
Summary: I was training for a triathlon and spent quite a bit of time in the pool. I even wear it in the lake swimming for distance. Great sound and comfortable. takes a little getting use to but can even listen to pod casts. must move music out of ITunes but directions are good even for a non techie person