Waterproof Radio Plays No Soggy Songs

Waterproof Radio Plays No Soggy Songs

The iDuck Waterproof Radio and Wireless Speaker System can make bath time or poolside a non-soggy event. [Image shared by Amazon]

The iDuck Waterproof Radio and Wireless Speaker System is shaped like the classic rubber ducky that many of us remember from childhood. As a waterproof radio, it will play your favorite tunes while you’re in the tub or in the pool, allowing you to relax and reminisce about your early years. Ah, nostalgia!

Sit in the Tub, Relax, and Listen to Music Using Your Waterproof Radio

There are three pieces to this product: the waterproof duck, waterproof speaker, and an egg that plugs into your phone. It works by either transmitting tunes from your phone to the speaker or through the rubber duck’s built-in radio tuner via a wireless connection so you can enjoy your favorite radio station. Whichever mode you choose, it makes a perfect addition to your bubble bath or dunk in the pool.

The wireless egg-styled transmitter fits most phones, and it can be used with any device that has a 3.5mm connector.

Great things about the iDuck Waterproof Radio and Wireless Speaker System:

Not Just for Adults — Kids Can Use It, Too

One might question the unit’s safety factor for children, but not to worry. The iDuck Waterproof Radio and Wireless Speaker System can be safely used by kids and adults, alike, so it’s the perfect gift for either. It works on batteries, so it can float freely without having to be tethered to a wall outlet — unlike your old boombox from the ’80s, which should definitely not go in the bath with children or adults!

The only problem I see is that you may have to pry this gadget from from your children or partner’s hand when it is time for your bath. In fact, I am convinced that the iDuck Waterproof Radio and Wireless Speaker System will become a part of your regular bathing routine.

Get your own iDuck Waterproof Radio and Wireless Speaker System in time for your next bath!

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I have been writing for LockerGnome since relocating to Missouri seven years ago, where I continue to be a technology enthusiast who enjoys playing with the newest and latest gadgets.