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iPod - Waterproof housings


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I'm going to be on the swim team this year for school, and i thought, that now since i have a Nano for working out, why not use my shuffle for swimming. Does anyone know of a good system that i can get to house the shuffle and get waterproof headphones to wear? How much do these things normally run?

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hmm, haven't seen a casing for a shuffle, but there are plenty for the new nano's as well as videos.
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