This looks just like an ordinary second-generation iPod shuffle, but Swimman has gone into the player's innards and somehow made the whole thing waterproof down to 10 feet deep. Only problem is, paying $150 for this fortified shuffle means you have to pay an extra 71 bucks for the privilege of singing in the shower with this sucker.

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The company says the second-generation shuffles in various colors are also on their way, but it looks like they're going to charge an extra $50 for that. If you also want one of the company's waterproof headsets—mandatory since the iPod stock earbuds aren't waterproof—they'll throw that in for $100. Or you just save your $250 and hum to yourself as you swim.

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