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Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player

Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The new Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player is a fully decked out waterproof music player for safely listening to tunes while in (and around) water. With 4GB of internal memory and up to 25 hours of playback on a single charge, you'll be able to stay pumped while lap swimming or running in the rain.

MP3 Player Features:
• 4GB of internal memory
• Rechargeable battery with 20-25 hours of playback per charge.
• OLED screen displays track details.
• FM radio.
• Pedometer.
• Stopwatch.
• Calorie counter.
• Waterproof up to 10 feet.
• Floats for easy recovery if lost or dropped.
• Compatible with iTunes and Windows Media.
• Supports MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC, and DRM file formats.

Included Accessories:
• USB charging/sync cable.
• Waterproof earphones.
• Carrying bag.
• Extension audio cable.

REVIEWS

  • 2.5 star rating (Based on 33 Reviews)

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  • rating star
    By from
    on 2/20/2014

    I used this for 5 months twice a week. After figuring out the technical issues with it (Songs wouldn''t play and such), I had a hard time keeping the headphones in, falling out every couple of laps. After finally figuring out that wearing a swim cap helps keep them in, the sound was muffled and it was not very accessible in the water if you wanted to switch songs. It is okay to use if you are a slow/leisure swimmer, but a competitive swimmer would find this a waste.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 2/11/2014

    So the Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 gets me through my swim, but not before a lot of other issues.  The handbook and what I could get online for set-up, etc. was minimal, so I called Speedo and they gave me their tech-support #.  I called them several times w/in a 2 week period, leaving messages because no one ever answered.  No one ever returned my calls. Finally got it figured out w/help from a techy friend.  Same complaint as others:  hard to keep the earphones in, sound is muffled at best, etc.  I definitely wouldn''t buy another one.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/14/2013

    I used this product for about a month, 3-4 times a week for about an hour each. A month later, the machine started having problems (stuck keys, difficulty turning it on etc). I wound up returning it. Definitely not worth the high price tag. It was ok while it lasted. Good sound clarity and worked well in the water.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/30/2013

    The first Aquabeat I purchased came on and charged the first time I plugged it into my computer but then never would come on again.  I received a replacement for it which has worked just fine.  The earbuds, however, are completely inadequate.  The hoops will not stay on my ear unless I wear a cap and with or without a cap the earbuds do not seal the water out of the ear canal.  Once water gets in your ear you cannot hear anything so the earbuds must be able to seal the water out of the ear.  I am keeping the Aquabeat and purchasing other brands of earbuds to see if there are any that really work.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 1/5/2013

    The MP3 Player is great, but the earphones don''t really stay in and don''t have the capacity to mold into my ear or bend around my ear properly to make a good, tight seal.  Thus I can''t hear when I swim.  I will be buying some new headphones to try and see if something else will work.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 1/4/2013

    I was afraid to purchase this product after reading numerous complaints. I bought it anyway because it was the only one at a price I could afford. Listen: if you basic computer skills, this MP3 player is great. The icon pops up on your desktop, you load your songs. Done. The buttons on the product itself is simple. You are swimming and the unit sits on your goggles. You are supposed to be swimming, not playing DJ and it does the job. The only drawback is that it doesn''t support high-quality MP3, so you have to convert your songs... but it takes a minute with an app.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/2/2012

    This is my second Aquabeat. The first one inexplicably died, but SwimOutlet gave me credit for the purchase. I bought the latest model with 4 gigs, and it's performing just fine.
    The trick to keeping the headphones working properly is to remove the hook that clamps over the ear. Insert the headphones into the ear before you enter the water, thus avoiding water in the ear canal.
    The Aquabeat has improved my workouts tremendously.

    Having 4 gigs of memory is great and the device has a radio, which I've not tried yet while swimming. The display screen is hard to see in the sun at an outdoor pool, but I really don't use it much. I hit play, and off I go.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 3/14/2012

    Think ratings are a little unfair reading some of the comments. So I hope this helps with your decision. I love this product and cant imagine swimming again without it. Had some moments at the beginning that made me unsure, but here are some tips I think might help!

       #1. found that even with smaller ears, the bigger ear buds are worth trying. thought it would work better the more I fit them in my ear, but for me, just sitting in the ear with the bigger ear buds prevents sound from getting muffled.

       #2. thought that covering ears would be better, but i have found that they work and sound better when not covered. I have to swim with a cap, so switched from a silicon cap to spandex/polyurethane. that alone helped and not covering ears made it even better. and the design of the earbuds that wrap around your  ears holds in place great. even in flip turns and when I do fly.

       #3. the most important tip I can give is just to give it a chance!

    Whatever the brand and type, they all have reviews where it leaks and this or that. and that will happen with all waterproof things. But with warranties, I dont see that as a problem.The sound is great. the design is great. I have swam over an hour everyday for 2 months straight (minus maybe 2 days) and it has been just amazing! I think if anyone actually puts the thought into it that I did and find what works for them, the ratings for this would be a lot more fair! Its not perfect, I was a little disappointed it doesnt come with much instruction. but with 20 mins of playing around with it, its easily figured out!

        Last but not least... the best thing about this design is that it has a screen. other then being able to use it for other things in and out of the water. The screen makes it so easy to find songs quickyly without having to scan through song by song! And since you can play by artist, album, and genre, great thing about that is you can tweak info on songs and make playlists. I changed the genre info on songs to make different groups. so i can choose what songs i want for warm up, swimming long distance, sprints, just kicking, and cool downs. and can also make a favorites list by adding songs to favorites! TRY DOING THAT WITH ANY OTHER WATERPROOF MP3 PLAYER!!!

  • rating star
    By from
    on 11/12/2011

    I would have given it 5 stars but I did have trouble with it charging on my older computer (windows XP). I thought I may have had a factory dud and was ready to exchange it.  I decided to charge it on my newer computer (Windows 7) and  the unit held its battery charge.  I was able to download music from Itunes after converting on my window's XP computer but it just would not hold a charge even after it was charging after 3 hours.  May just be my USB is going on that computer.  


    I like the new clip on feature, easy to put in on/off goggle strap. You can see on the screen which song is playing and pick which album/playlist you want. I use the headphones under my cap, you may need to trim the rubber earpieces for the headphones to work properly like I do, the rubber ear pieces are too big for my ears.

    I had the original aquabeat and It worked for almost 3 years with using it weekly. It just would not charge any more, and yes I did try charging it on a different computer with a new USB cable.

    I love listening to music while do my laps, it is a bummer when the battery runs out but on the aquabeat 2  there is a battery indicator to warn you it needs charging!

  • rating star
    By from
    on 3/14/2014

    Thought the MP3 player worked well. Only had it for a couple of weeks but it seems to be very solid player. I''m giving it three stars overall becuase the headphones did not work for me - will have to look for another set  from some other company. It comes with two sizes of ear plugs but neither would fit my ears. They kept falling out and I wasted a lot of pool time trying to get them to stay in and the volumn adjusted (the volumn would go down after some water got in my ear so had to increase it). On the third day in a row after using these my inner ear was so sore  I could not use the headset any more without resting my ears.

ABOUT THIS BRAND

Speedo

Speedo® is a household name for swimmers. The company was founded in 1914 by zealous hosiery manufacturer Alexander McRae. The name "Speedo" was adopted in 1928 along with the company slogan "Speed on in your Speedos." Since its inception, Speedo has outfitted Olympians, vacationers, and lifeguards. The company cloth is donned by children just learning to swim, and seasoned swimmers seeking a satisfying water workout.

Speedo has come a long way since being the brunt of questionable modesty jokes in its homeland of Australia. Fastskin, Speedo's revolutionary line, utilizes a patented fabric that incorporates stealth into swimming and mimics shark denticles to help reduce drag. The company's latest designs include the use of high-end fabrics, such as the Speedo FS II, Speedo XD Skin, and Speedo Endurance.

Speedo still manufacturers many of its classic suits, such as men's Speedo swimsuits, women's Speedo swimsuits and Speedo competition swimsuits. Speedo also offers a unique breakdown of swimsuits by modesty level, including the Speedo Contemporary, the Speedo Conservative line and the Speedo Moderate line. For swimmers looking to add fun to their routine, Speedo also features the popular lines Speedo Team Next and Speedo Flipturns, as well as Speedo Begin to Swim for the youngest swimmers.

Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player The new Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 MP3 Player is a fully decked out waterproof music player for safely listening to tunes while in (and around) water. With 4GB of internal memory and up to 25 hours of playback on a single charge, you'll be able to stay pumped while lap swimming or running in the rain.

MP3 Player Features:
• 4GB of internal memory
• Rechargeable battery with 20-25 hours of playback per charge.
• OLED screen displays track details.
• FM radio.
• Pedometer.
• Stopwatch.
• Calorie counter.
• Waterproof up to 10 feet.
• Floats for easy recovery if lost or dropped.
• Compatible with iTunes and Windows Media.
• Supports MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC, and DRM file formats.

Included Accessories:
• USB charging/sync cable.
• Waterproof earphones.
• Carrying bag.
• Extension audio cable.
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