Swimbuds Fit Waterproof Headphones | Underwater Audio

Swimbuds Fit Waterproof Headphones

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)


Swimbuds Fit waterproof headphones use a revolutionary method of construction to create the most customizable headphones yet. Flexible memory-wire allows you to adjust not just the exterior shape of the headphones, but also the angle at which they enter your ear, ensuring the most watertight and comfortable fit possible.

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Bends to Your Individual Needs

Memory wire and headphones are an obvious match. Add the functionality of being completely waterproof and there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying a great swim, run, wave, or other adventure.

Favorite Features

  • Our innovative design features memory wire over the ear AND memory wire to hold the earbud tip in place. No matter what shape your ear may be, Swimbuds Fit will let you find the right angle and keep it.
  • Long cords are a swimmer’s nightmare. The Fit headphones come with a short, 17-inch cord which, when plugged in to a music player attached to goggles or a swim cap, reduces drag and increases security. A 3.25-foot extension cord is also provided.
  • Designed to withstand depths of up to 3 meters*, for as long as you care to keep them under water. These headphones exceed the IPX8 waterproof standard.
  • Swimbuds Fit come with no cardboard packaging! Our reusable case means less waste, less frustration, and less time involved in unwrapping your new headphones and getting them into the water.
  • The gold-plated standard 3.5mm jack is compatible with iPods and most other music players.
  • The Fit Headphones come with a 1-year warranty


Tree earbuds go deep into the ear canal to provide a firm watertight seal. They block out sound completely, and are perfect for swimming laps in noisy public pools. With 3 different sizes, these earbuds work best for most swimmers.

What you get:

  • One pair of Waterproof Short Cord Fit Headphones
  • 1 FREE 3.25 foot Waterproof Audio Extension Cord (black)
  • 3 sizes of tree earbud tips
  • 1 Fit Headphones case

* For safety reasons, these and all underwater earphones that create a tight seal should not be used below 10 feet.

This purchase does not include an Underwater Audio waterproof iPod.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jonathan Kagan

    The Swimbuds Fit are the only waterproof headphones I’ve ever had that actually don’t leak and provide decent sound. I’ve spent so much $ over the years trying to find headphones that I can use while lap swimming, that produce decent quality audio AND don’t leak. Up until these, the leaking was terrible and usually resulted in losing (partially or totally) sound from one or both sides, due to water leaking either into my ear canal or the in-ear speaker. It’s not that the speaker was shorting out, it’s that the water (or possibly air bubble) lodged between the speaker and my ear drum made the sound virtually inaudible. These Swimbuds Fit come with a few features that seem to have solved the leak problem because I’ve been using them for some weeks now and haven’t had a single leak. Whether it’s the shape/size of the ‘tree’ (the part that goes into the ear), or the flexible memory wire designed to mold to your exterior ear and support the angle of entry into the ear, or maybe even the “Goop” that comes with it (a hydrophobic vaseline-like material which probably helps maintain the water seal and makes inserting the headphone easier and more comfortable), I can’t be sure, but the combination works for me and for the first time in 40+ years of lap swimming, I’m enjoying my music, podcasts, etc. I hope that soon, the company will offer a noise cancellation version which could reduce the water noise much like other in-ear buds reduce airplane noise – it should be feasible. The reason for this suggestion is that when listening to ‘talk’-type recordings (e.g. podcasts) I often have to turn up the volume louder than I really want to in order to overcome the water noise; I’m concerned about that in terms of ear damage especially with in-ear headphone. Less important but also of interest would be if the company will, at some point, offer the option an audiophile quality headphone for even better sound quality. But, those things aside, I recommend these Swimbuds Fit to anyone who’s looking for a solution to the problem of underwater headphones that leak. These things work, at least for me.