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Sports MP3 Watch


Sports MP3 WatchJogging to music is tough if your iPod won’t stay put, so perhaps the Sports MP3 Watch is a viable alternative. Made of rubber, the sweat-resistant timepiece holds 2GB memory, has a bit rate of 32 to 320 Kbps, supports MP3s, WMAs, and WMVs. It also is a RF/FM transmitter, an 2.5mm earphone, is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux, and can download by USB. The watch comes with a built-in Li-ion battery and a price of $40.81.


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How long is the earplug cord? Will it get in the way while running? I like that its sweat resistant and you can download music to it, its a good idea, I just if I was jogging wouldnt want to be running them accidently yank the earphones out of my ears. It would stay put on your wrist that I like also and has 2GB of memory and the other aspects of the watch. Can you play it without the earphones?

I doubt that you would be able to play songs without earphones and I’ve always liked the idea of mp3 watches because it’s small, compact, and around our wrist. Your pockets stay empty and this is a definite positive if your not wearing pockets. Also, I love that it has 2gb of memory because it’s a steal with the included watch. On the other hand, I definitely dislike that the headphone jack is 2.5mm and not the standard 3.5mm. And I’m guessing everyone knows how everyone gets really pissed off when they cannot use their premium earbuds with an mp3 player, whether it’s recessed or just not the correct jack, it’s just annoying. If this had a 3.5mm jack, this would be an incredible product. But, I think that the 2.5mm jack actually makes a big difference.


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