The Speedo Aquabeat 2.0 waterproof MP3 player with LED screen (4 GB) is perfect for swimmers or anyone staying active in wet-weather conditions. The lightweight, compact gadget has 4 GB of internal memory and an LED screen to display track details. It features FM radio, a pedometer and a swim fitness option. Besides being waterproof, it floats in water and is submersible up to 10 feet. It can be clipped to swimwear or goggles for up to 20 hours of continuous play. The player is compatible with iTunes and Windows Media, supporting MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC and DRM formats. It is available in black or pink. Wash the Aquabeat thoroughly after use in salt water.
The player comes with:
- Waterproof earphones
- Two sets of replacement ear buds
- Earphone extension cable
- USB charger
- Mesh carrying case
- Quick-start guide
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