Audioflood is an underwater audio company selling waterproofed versions of the latest-generation iPod Shuffle, a device barely the size of a quarter, and no thicker than a matchbook. They also have special, short-cord headphones, send with six different tips to help achieve the perfect fit. And even better, their waterproofing process does not restrict access to any of the device's buttons or functions: everything still works exactly as normal. Check out our full review for the whole scoop.

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