The Most Comfortable Underwater MP3 Player

There are a handful of underwater MP3 players out there. But when it comes down to a purchase, the deciding factor for many people is comfort. Which one will be the most comfortable to wear? Our waterproof iPod shuffle is by far the winner in terms of comfort. Here are the top reasons why!

It’s Compact

waterproof iPod with goggles
The iPod shuffle is the opposite of bulky.
The tiny device is 1.14 inches high, 1.24 inches wide, and 0.34 inches deep, which includes the handy clip to attach it to a piece of clothing, swimsuit, swimcap, or goggles.
Be sure to put it in a safe place when not in use so you don’t lose the little guy!

It’s User Friendly

More buttons equal more confusion. The iPod shuffle has minimal buttons to make your life easier.
There’s a play/pause button in the middle, with a volume up button above and a volume down button below. To the right is the button to skip to the next song, and to the left is the button to go back to the previous song.
It doesn’t get any easier than that!

Comfortable Headphones Too

Swimbuds Sport Clipped to Suit
A comfortable MP3 player wouldn’t be complete without comfortable headphones. Here at Underwater Audio, we offer the most comfortable waterproof headphones out there.
Swimbuds Short Cord Headphones were designed with flip turns in mind. They have a short cord, which means no more wrapping an endless cord around your goggles for days at a time.
The earbuds fit easily into the ear canal and are made with a soft, malleable plastic for supreme comfort.
For water sports beyond lap swimming such as paddle boarding, kayaking, and surfing, we recommend our HydroHarmony Waterproof Headphones. They slip behind the ear for a secure fit and are super comfortable!

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