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This is not something that I have lots of experiance with, however, I do know the big problem is alot of places say our buds are waterproof, then when you look at their site they turn around and say nope dont use for swimming eg Jabra and Bose both advertise like this, so double check on manufacturer website.

 

Ones that are for swimming are few and far in between I know Sony and Aftershokz do some but they have mp3 players attached.

 

 

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Take a look at the Soundcore Life P2. I got a pair a while back and use them every day, including in the shower. They’re excellent sound quality, well reviewed, and excellently priced. I couldn’t use them swimming though. You’d need specialist ones for that. 
 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07SJR6HL3/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_8E0KFbQQHTP6R

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Thanks all. 

She’ll often swim 2 miles at a time and can get bored so wants to listen to music so they’d definitely need to be suitable for swimming and not just showerproof. 
 

Ideally she’d love them to not have to be attached to an MP3 player too. 

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41 minutes ago, mgw100 said:

Does bluetooth work well through water?


I think the Bluetooth is so you can also use them in the gym linked to your phone.
 

The most important aspect is for them to be suitable for swimming. She already has her iPods for the gym. 

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Yep, swimming is it’s own thing when it comes to headsets. There’s probably a decent YouTube video on it. 

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