H2O Audio releases AMPHIBX line

H2O Audio, famous for their line of waterproof devices and enhancements for portable electronics, has done it yet again by unleashing the new, fully integrated wearable watersports music solution known as AMPHIBX. This line ensures that your iPod (spanning across all generations) and iPhone (both the original and 3G models), majority of MP3 players and cell phones remain bone dry even when you’re well into your 20th lap as you try to emulate Michael Phelps’ amazing performance (thus far) at the Olympics.

According to Kristian Rauhala, CEO of H2O Audio, “Apple is the industry’s Big Kahuna and we are committed to supporting its iPod and iPhone innovations. However, with all of its new product introductions and model refinements, that is no simple task. Most people today have more than one mp3 player, as well as music enabled phones. The AMPHIBX series is designed to accommodate more than one specific device without sacrificing performance. Now our customers have a simple purchase decision because they can buy one versatile waterproof armband and protect and use a wide range of devices, including their iPhones.”

Paired with H2O Audio’s soon to be released SURGE bass-amplified waterproof headphones, AMPHIBX provides the first fully integrated, wearable, watersports music solution to support a diverse range of products. Its ergonomic shape and hybrid materials are tailored to comfortably grip and hold through any watersport stresses.

Features of the H2O Audio AMPHIBX include:

  • LatchTight Locking Closure provides a 100% watertight secure seal up to 12ft/3.6m underwater
  • ClearTouch Window enables complete operation of touch and click wheel controls even under water
  • SealTight Connector Compatible with all standard 3.5mm headphone plugs
  • Dual Flex Rings allow comfort plus secure fit for most arm sizes
  • Floats even with device inside

Pricing depends on the size of the armband – Medium and Large varieties will cost $69.99 and $79.99, respectively.

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