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IDive 300 waterproofs iPods to 300 feet

IDive 300 waterproofs iPods to 300 feet

H2O Audio on Tuesday introduced the iDive 300, a new iPod case made for scuba divers. The iDive 300 costs US$349.99.

The iDive 300 waterproofs the iPod to a depth of 300 feet.The iDive 300, as its name suggests, is waterproof to a submersed depth of 300 feet (90 meters). Made from polycarbonate, the iDive 300 supports most Apple iPods and features an integrated microprocessor that allows for push-button control of Click Wheel and touch screen iPods.

The iDive 300 sports its own built-in amplifier (powered by 3 AA batteries, included) and features over ear speakers that can be attached to your mask strap or tucked under a dive hood. A locking cam knob provides a secure seal, and a lanyard loop is included.


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