WWW.IONAUDIO.COMOctober 25, 2014


WATER ROCKER

Waterproof Floating Speaker System for iPhone & iPod


Listen to your iPod and iPhone at the pool or at the beach!

Whether you're lounging by the water or actually in the water, the WATER ROCKER is the perfect music-playing companion. Relax in or at  the pool as the WATER ROCKER's waterproof, ball-shaped speaker floats right by your side blasting your favorite tunes as you enjoy the sunshine. Your iPhone, iPod or other audio device stays safe on dry land, resting on the WATER ROCKER's wireless transmitter, which can be as much as 100 feet away. The WATER ROCKER's elegant shape and design make it a pleasant-looking addition to your hot tub or bath where you can use it to play soothing music as you unwind at the end of a long day.

"The Ion Water Rocker definitely added a fun factor to the pool. And it can add that same factor to any outdoor water area, such as beach, lake, etc." - Stereowise

The WATER ROCKER isn't just for iPhone and iPod. You can plug in virtually any audio source using WATER ROCKER's 1/8-inch jack. If it's a beautiful day, simply plug your TV into the WATER ROCKER and listen to the game or the news as you cool off in the pool or play with the kids outside. Plus, there's even a built-in FM radio so you can listen to your favorite stations. Throw unforgettable summer parties by giving your pool high-quality sound; one WATER ROCKER transmitter can support up to 9 additional WATER ROCKER speakers.

WATER ROCKER puts music at your side while you enjoy the waves.

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All information is preliminary and subject to change.

FEATURES

  • Stereo, wireless speaker and transmitter with 100-foot range
  • Perfect for pools, hot tubs, lakes or bringing to the beach
  • Fully waterproof and submersible (level IPX7)
  • Add up to 10 speakers from a single transmitter
  • Transmitter with 1/8-inch jack for connecting iPod, iPhone or other audio devices
  • Built-In FM radio