If you simply can't go anywhere without listening to your iPod, H2O Audio's new iDive 300 system will ensure that the tunes keep coming even as your lifeless body sinks into Davy Jones' locker. Features include a polycarbonate casing that uses a locking cam knob to ensure a watertight seal up to a 300 foot depth, an integrated microprocessor for complete control of touch-screen and click wheel iPods and over ear speakers that can be attached to mask strap or tucked under a dive hood. The iDive retails for $350 which is steep for a case, but at least H2O Audio has a reputation for making decent products. [H2O Audio via Blast]
Have we now come to this?
Haven't icraps become ubiquitous enough that we now have to give tinnitus to fish too?
for the love of all that is holy, the only good things is they may not hear the shark as it swims up to them and eats them and their fellow divers won't hear the screaming.
All in all a good meal for a shark and one more icrap user gone.
hmm, wonder if I could buy these in bulk and give them to the annoying people with their icraps turned up so loudly that the windows shake on the subway to use?