H2O Audio’s bone conduction technology delivers clear sound under water – HASSLE-FREE. The speaker attaches to your swim goggles and deliver constant fail-safe sound.
Open Ear Experience:
SONAR PRO uses bone conduction speakers use enhanced speakers that provide an amazing sound in and out of water – with full situational awareness.
MP3 PLAYER BUILT-IN:
The SONAR headphones are equipped with a built-in MP3 player with 8GB of memory which can hold thousands of songs. Easily connect with MAC or PC and download your favorite music or podcasts. SONAR supports Apple iTunes music format (.m4a) and MP3. Simply copy/paste or drag&drop any music from your computer onto the SONAR and enjoy your swim.
Connect your computer, iPhone, Android or any music enabled smart watch – and enjoy running & biking with streaming music.
Note: Bluetooth range under water is only few inches. For swimming – use the PLAYLIST+ feature.
H2O AUDIO APP:
With the new H2O Audio app, you can manage all your music, update your software, create folders, add songs to your Playlist+ and more. The app is free and available for both Apple and Android.
EASY TO USE:
The SONAR small and compact design makes it seamless for your swim. It is easy to use with big buttons that have extra raised markings.
BLUETOOTH with SMART WATCH:
SONAR can receive music from your smart watch over a wireless Bluetooth connection. Just pair your smartwatch (Apple Watch, Fitbit, Garmin Samsung, etc.) with the SONAR and attach the watch on your swim goggles.
*NOTE: SONAR Bluetooth range under water is about 4″. Smart watch MUST be attached to your goggles (not on your wrist) for Bluetooth to function properly. Wireless range on air is 30ft/10m. AVAILABLE – Apple Watch Clip for SONAR.
H2O Audio Waterproof technology ensure that SONAR performs when submerged to 12ft (3m). Waterproof Rating: IPX8.
LONG BATTERY LIFE:
7 hours of play time and memory capacity of over 2,000 songs (8GB). Download all your favorite music and the laps will fly by.
BONE CONDUCTION EXPLAINED:
Bone conduction is the conduction of sound to the inner ear primarily through the bones of the skull, allowing the swimmer to hear audio content without blocking the ear canal.
The Sound You Can Trust!