A Guide to Swimbuds MP3

A Guide to Swimbuds MP3

The first Swimbuds headphones, released in 2011, were created to fulfill a need - headphones that could be used by swimmers, whether they were swimming laps, participating in water sports, or simply wanted hardier headphones for use in wet environments. Swimbuds SYRYN, the popular waterproof MP3 player, was introduced in 2015 to fulfill a similar need - a music player for swimmers that was simple, attractive, affordable, and completely waterproof. Now, after eight series of Swimbuds-branded headphones and three series of Underwater Audio music players, another need is being fulfilled - a waterproof MP3 player for swimmers, runners, and athletes, that exists...

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A Guide to Swimbuds Bluetooth Headphones

A Guide to Swimbuds Bluetooth Headphones

First introduced in the 2017 Kickstarter campaign for Delphin, Swimbuds Bluetooth headphones have become a force in the waterproof headphones market. Featuring full-fledged Bluetooth connectivity, waterproofing to an IPX8 degree, and dedicated buttons for volume, skipping tracks and taking calls, it's no surprise that they've been one of our most asked-about products since before they were even released. You might have questions about them yourself - Should I purchase them in a bundle? How should I use them underwater? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this article. Ways to Purchase Swimbuds Bluetooth Headphones There are three different ways to...

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Immerse Episode 3: Kevin Le (@bikesandfood)

In this episode, Andrew and Dana catch up with Kevin Le, the VP of the Oregon State University Triathlon Club and the creator of the Instagram account @bikesandfood! Topics include workouts, favorite books, and reflections on learning to be a coach.Immerse is a talk podcast, in which we interview some of the athletes we know that are doing cool things in their fields, in their pools, and in their...

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Delphin Apps

I admittedly don’t exercise as often as I should; I think we’ve all been there. When I do, it’s usually some form of running on a treadmill listening to music. Here’s my issue, and one I have heard a lot of my friends complain about: where do you put your phone? For a while, I used to put it in my pocket until I realized I was getting a bruise. Then it sat on top of the treadmill’s dash. My poor...

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