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Brett43 11-03-2003 07:17 PM

Waterprrof case for swimming or sailing
 
Has anyone had any success in finding a good waterproof case for the ipod that incorporates a waterproof headphone jack?

I'm hoping to use the ipod for swimming so would also be after some waterproof headphones.

Regards
Brett

Rakinos 11-03-2003 08:02 PM

i saw one a while ago for cd players that had a short (read:3 inch) extension cord going from inside to outside of the pouch that was completely watertight....dont remember the name though

KraziKid 11-03-2003 09:00 PM

How exactly do you plan on making it water tight, and offering a junction for headphone's to connect into?

Rakinos 11-03-2003 10:56 PM

read the above post, if you were to make a small extension cable, it would be possible to seal around it so that just the plug would be exposed.

edit: for around the headphones maybe a rubber gasket or a sleave that would go around the jack extension and the headphone plug?

Dennis Lloyd 11-03-2003 11:16 PM

There is a case maker in the UK that has a case that might work for you (the wire sealing cases). I don't know about waterproof earphones.

http://www.aquapac.net/

a_nona_mouse 11-04-2003 10:45 AM

found what you r looking for >> http://www.waterproofmusic.com/

Brett43 11-06-2003 01:38 AM

Thank you
 
Thanks everyone for your help. The waterproof website had the solution I was looking for with an excellent waterproof bag and waterproof headphones.

Regards
Brett:)

January2712 11-07-2003 08:07 AM

Woah!! I didn't know such products existed......and i LOVE swimming so i'll probably get one of these cases......woah......thanks guys.....

Diane 12-26-2003 06:40 PM

I saw one at our local kayak outfitters shop, it was for a cd player so a bit large, but it would probably work. Glad to know I'm not the only nut who wants to bring theirs in the water LOL. I never did but may get that case for kayaking next summer. :)

I think this was the one I saw, though hard to tell. I'm sure it was a typical drybag rollover seal rather than the one that a_nona_mouse posted above. http://www.jerseypaddler.com/shop/ip...atid=drycd_voy

Yep, I'd say that's it. I found the description on the website of our local shop but with no pic.

Diane


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