Music Shines Underwater
What’s In The Box
WMA, AAC, and FLAC
for all-day comfort
4GB Of Memory
disappointing product manufacturing, Audio not working after a few uses... can anyone recommend a company that has a good design relationship and accountable manufacturer?
Had two pairs of these now. Both broken and now out of warranty period. Not able to use Apple music to 'drag and drop', so conversion of songs (illegally) a necessity. Just wish they were more durable! AVOID...although such a shame as the comfort and look are great. Sound underwater is good.
I can't imagine swimming without these now. I use them five times a week and have had no problems. I usually listen to podcasts, the sound quality is great in and out of the water. I recommend them to everyone at the pool.
Seems to be a common issue for them! Mine stopped working after 5 months and only a few uses. Not fit for purpose. Shame, as when they did work they were great.
Tried loads of other brands but these are best by far for swimming I have found. Good battery life, feels like a quality product. Been using for about a year and so far so good. Really comfortable and don't move about when swimming (I only secure them with with goggles). Easy to operate when in the pool Highly recommended!
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.