Question about Speedo Aquabeat MP3 Player i
When I insert the earphones I lick them first to moisten them. Then I pull my earlobes upwards when I insert them deep. There will be a slight vacuum on them when they sit tight. <div>(Try to use a bigger size if this does not work.)<br /> <div>To get them out afterwards is not so easy: just pull gently and wiggle a bit.</div> <div>But they are GREAT fun to have on your laps!</div></div><!-- from fixya rte -->
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
I had the same problem but through trial and error came to a good solution that works consistantly for me as I swim laps. When you push the earbud in your ear push it as deep as you can so that there is suction if you try to pull it out. That keeps water out. When pulling out the earbud do it slowly and wiggle to break the suction. This is an uncomfortable way to walk around with the earbud in your ear but if you do this just when you are swimming laps you'll never notice this discomfort while you are swimming.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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