Music Shines Underwater
What’s In The Box
WMA, AAC, and FLAC
for all-day comfort
Pretty much useless. This is 2023 - who has music downloaded on their computer?
Used mine for several years. They great when I'm swimming long distances.
But I wish they would roll the open run and swim into 1 head set. As no one wants to fork out foe 2 sets of headphones....1 for swimming then 2nd pair for running, cycling etc.
I have the same trouble as the other people! Xtrainers are fantastic, but they became faulty after 6 months which is ridiculous for an expensive product! I tried to contact Xtrainers who failed to give me any replacement, it’s been more than 2 years of complaining and getting no where and the warranty has run out! Wouldn’t recommend buy these swimming earphones they have a problem with them and now I am contacting trading standards, it is not good enough!
Brilliant headphones. I've been training over the last few years for long distance open water swims and downloading MP3 podcasts and listening to them on these headphones has been an absolute gamechanger for stopping boredom over 3 hr plus swims. You have to wear them with earplugs or the quality isn't as good but i wear these in the lake anyway. With earplugs in they are superb, great sound quality. Mine are 2 years old, used loads and still in perfect working order.
These are absolutely brilliant headphones for running and particularly swimming, whilst working!! However I have been through two pairs now and having looked at other reviews it is clear that Shokz have a problem with the Openswim that they really should have fixed by now. Essentially after some time the left ear phone stops working and then after bit longer the whole unit stops working. I have looked after mine well so do not think it is anything I have done to damage them. My second pair came as a warranty replacement but now they have stopped working, Shokz are refusing to replace them as they are counting the warranty period as starting from when I got the first pair rather than the replacement pair. The problem is that they are by far the best headphones for swimming on the market, so I have probably no choice but to purchase another pair at the 15% discount Shokz have offered me.
2. OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz） was placed into the designated immersion tank.
3. Water was added to reach the standard 1m level line in the water tank, and a pressure of 0.1 atm was added.
4. Test time was 2 hours.
IP6X: This rating applies to items that are protected against ingress of dust. Ingress of dust is not totally prevented.
OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz） was placed in a sealed box with a certain density of dust particles about 75 μm in diameter, and pumped under a negative pressure of 2Kpa for 8 hours.
OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz） functions normally after the test.
②This data was the result of a test that was conducted using OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz）.
Test conditions: Copied the audio file (white noise with 44.1kHz sampling rate and 24bit bit depth in wav format) to the OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz） headphones, adjusted to the standard EQ mode, and set the volume by pressing “Volume- “button four times from the maximum volume in a normal temperature environment.
Test content: OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz） battery was fully discharged and then charged to 100%. The audio file was played until the headphones stopped playback. The duration time was counted as the continuous playback time of the headphones.
Test result: It showed that the OpenSwim（Formerly Xtrainerz） had a continuous playback time of up to 8 hours.
In actual use, battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.