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3 Best Fitting Swimming Headphones

May 26, 2015 0 Comments

Most people would agree that when investing in a new product or electronic or what have you, you are instantly overwhelmed with all the options and brands offering the same product.
Though they are the same product, each one is different in its own way. This is no exception when it comes to buying waterproof headphones for the long days spent in the pool.
If you’re in the market for new waterproof headphones, here are 3 different brands to consider. They have been known for being the best swimming headphones and most importantly, the highest quality and best fitting headphones that won’t fall out while you’re swimming in the pool!

Underwater Audio Swimbuds Sport Headphones

The great thing about Underwater Audio’s headphones is that they offer a different selection of headphones. This is especially helpful when looking for headphones that meet yourSwimbuds Sport Headphones exact needs. They offer 3 different headphones: Swimbuds Sport Waterproof Headphones (best for lap swimming and other water activities), Short Swimbuds Waterproof Headphones (for lap swimming), and HydroHarmony Waterproof Headphones (great for Aqua-aerobics, SUP, kayaking, canoeing, and most other aquatic activities).
They are also extremely affordable, ranging from $30-$70. These are extremely high quality headphones in multiple ways and offer a 90 day to 1 year warranty depending on which one you purchase.

Aquapac Waterproof Headphones

These headphones come with three different sizes of silicone earbuds to fit any ear canal, are fitted with silicone earloops to aquapackeep them firmly in place and they will work at depths up to 10 feet underwater. The headphones actually work up to 30 feet in the water, but they advise not using them in that deep of water as the pressure can cause hearing damage.
They have a frequency response range of 19Hz to 20kHz and also feature an audio pressure level of 100 decibels. They can be purchased for $42. Aquapac Waterproof headphones are great for those who swim laps or snorkel regularly.

Surge Sportwrap Waterproof Headphones

These headphones start off at $60 but with very good reason. They offer a hydrodynamic design.
Ergonomic sheared shape sits flush with the ear and is designed to promote proper alignment of the earbud with the ear canal for superior sound and less drag in or out of the water. Surge
These particular headphones can be used in up to 12 feet of water, still providing a high quality sound. The headphones have a neckband that actively manages the headphones coiled cable and delivers a stable fit.
These are created more for a highly active swimmer, offering a high quality fit, function, and durability for long-lasting performance.

Tell Us!

Hopefully these 3 waterproof earbuds will help give you some insight and point you in the right direction as you are looking for the best waterproof headphones that are perfect for you. There are hundreds of other brands, but these are the top rated best fitting and most affordable earbuds, recommended by swimmers!
Do you own a pair of waterproof earbuds that weren’t mentioned above? Let us know what you recommend in the comment section below!

Colleen Sullivan
Colleen Sullivan

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