Listen to Music and Track Your Workouts with the Waterproof MP3 Player and Fitness Tracker from Pyle

Listen to Music and Track Your Workouts with the Waterproof MP3 Player and Fitness Tracker from Pyle
October 31 10:01 2013 Print This Article



Pyle Audio has just introduced the Waterproof MP3 Player / FM Radio combo with model # PSWP25. It provides a worry-free method to listen to music and track your workouts, in dry conditions as well as under water. It’s available for $62.99 at



Boasting a built-in pedometer, stop watch and multiple swim fitness modes, the Waterproof MP3 Player/FM Radio measures distance traveled, steps taken, laps completed, strokes used and calories burned. All of this information can be displayed on the device’s LCD screen for easy viewing during or after a workout. With 4GB of internal storage, the player can store more than 1,000 songs in either MP3 or WMA formats. To charge the device or transfer music, simply connect to any USB-enable device, such as a tablet or laptop. ID3 Tag technology displays audio track information such as the name of the song and artist on the player’s LCD screen.

With an IPX-8 waterproof rating, the PSWP25 is waterproof up to three feet of water. It features soft touch buttons for easy control of the power, volume, skip and play/pause functions. The included waterproof earphones are made of an ergonomic soft silicon material and wrap comfortably around the ear to keep them secure during vigorous activities like swimming, hiking, jogging and more. Once fully charged, the Li-polymer battery provides up to 10 hours of play time.

The Waterproof MP3 Player/FM Radio from the Pyle Sports line is available in black, blue or green.

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