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Design Go DRY Sounds Waterproof MP3 Pouch

3.8 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews
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  • 100% Waterproof Pouch for I-Pod/MP3 Players
  • Patented external earphone jack
  • Visual access allows audio control when sealed
  • Safe listening for water & other sports
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 17.8 x 7.6 cm ; 23 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 100 g
  • Item model number: 765
  • ASIN: B000TXVAAC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 July 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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Product Description

A waterproof case for MP3 players. Listen to you favourite tunes in the pool/bath/sea/rain.



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As a former pool lifeguard there's no way I would let anyone in the pool with something like that dangling round their neck. The cord is big enough to go round the waist though, which is a little safer. If your local pool would let you wear it then buy it. It really is fully waterproof and you can just about work the MP3 .... if you know where all the buttons are. It's really difficult to see the screen but I just select my album before getting in.
It's better to use with an armband than using the cord. In fact it would be better if it was easier to secure the bottom of the pack with an armband but there's no real effective way to do that. A small armband fits in the top OK though. However, these really are small gripes and I would definitely recommend this rather than really crap waterproof MP3s that are out there as, no one really has anything good to say about them, and they cost the earth whereas this is only 4 pound something.
It is important to buy a good set of earphones though. But that's another story.
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This product is a complete bargain, but could do with a little advice on how to use it.

1/ I wouldn't go swimming with a new Nano in it. However, for my old shuffle, it is perfect.

2/ Remove the lanyard, unless you are just paddling, or walking on rainy days. For swimming it gets in the way and is potentially dangerous.

3/ Put the pouch on a lightweight nylon belt like the sort supplied with walking trousers

4/Put your MP3 player in the pouch backed by a little folded kitchen roll. If a couple of drops get in (happens occasionally after long immersion, or nylon zips not properly closed), the tissue will absorb them, and they won't destroy your MP3 player. (Make sure the controls face outward!)

5/ Gently push air out of the pouch and press along the innermost nylon ziplock seal. Make sure it is engaged along the whole length. Repeat for other two seals, and fold over top until tightly held by velcro.

6/ Clean your ears before use! The headphones go in a long way, and .... well you know...

7/ Once you're ready to swim, clip the belt on with the pouch over your outer right bum cheek (if right handed), and route the headphones up your back and into your ears from behind (sounds weird, but it works)

8/ Tuck excess headphone lead under your belt at the back. You want enough free to let you move your head (especially if you are breathing at the side), but don't want loops to drag and snag.

Swim!

The sound isn't fantastic, and of course the water makes a lot of noise around your head, but I found I could swim longer and harder listening to my favourite sounds.

If I hadn't had to work out the above, I would have given this product 5 stars.
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This is the second of these bags I have bought and I have now bought another one. The reason? It is absolutely fantastic at keeping your MP3 player waterproof provided you don't make a hole in the bag with your keys! It has 3 grip closures (like a zip-lock bag#, a lip at the end of the opening and then you roll the top section up and fasten it with velcro. All this stops the water from entering. As long as you make sure you do all that, it is completely waterproof.

It does not come with waterproof earphones so you either need to have some #as I had) or you need to purchase them seperately.
The plastic looks like it is going to be hard to see through as it is opaque, but actually it is not a problem. However, it is very delicate and just the tiniest hole will let water in and destroy your MP3 player. Make sure you check it every time you use it and just to be on the safe side don't use an expensive iPod, just a cheap MP3 will do.

It is great value for money. I have seen others much more expensive and they are of no better quality.

The cord is long enough to be able to put the pouch around your waist which works well when your swimming as it doesn't get in the way or try to strangle you.

I swim for between 1 - 2 hours and it copes really well with no water coming in.
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No more boring lengths of the pool. Be careful where you put it tho' as it floats! I tuck it into my goggles or hat.
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This small waterproof works well It has a external earphone jack.
Visual access allows audio control when sealed
Outer Material: Synthetic
Closure: elastic closure
Safe listening for water and other sports
It is small, not for the large Phones But Ok for Mp3 etc. and the smaller phones. Will keep them dry.
There is also a hook for your belt. Nice.
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By Flaco TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 24 Aug. 2009
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As a product for keeping your player dry (which is it's prime purpose), it scores 100%. There's no way the water will get in as the sealing mechanism is really robust, albeit a little bit fiddly. And it floats, too, so no problems there.

Where it falls down completely for me is that the type of plastic used is the equivalent of frosted glass - I can't see what's on the player's screen! Annoyingly for me too, is that the type of player I have has a mechanical rotary dial so that if I want to do any list navigation, volume control, etc., then I have to open the pouch and reseal it all over again (assuming I could see what was on the screen in the first place). If you're going near water, you'd be silly not to have this or something similar, but with certain players you'll need to make playlists in advance, set your volume and equaliser as best you can and make do.

3 stars seems a bit harsh for a product that performs it's main purpose brilliantly, but not being able to read what's on the screen because they didn't use clear plastic is just plain stupid. Also, because of the thick grade of the plastic, if your player has any small and fiddly buttons (especially side mounted), you won't be able to activate them.
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