Plug-In AM Radio Module From Fitness Technologies Coming To CES 2014

Posted: Jan 3 2014, 11:07am CST | by , in News | CES

Plug-In AM Radio Module from Fitness Technologies Coming to CES 2014
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Module lets users listen to AM radio while working out

There are a number of people around the country that enjoy listening to talk radio. Many of the talk radio stations around the country are on AM networks. If you are looking or a way to get AM broadcasts while you workout or swim, Fitness Technologies has the product for you coming to CES 2014.

The Plug-In AM module is waterproof and has an integrated 3.5mm connection fro earphones. The module comes with the UWaterG8X MP3/FM/AM audio player. That device can go for up to 8 hours per charge.

The device is waterproof enough to be used while swimming. The device can even go underwater up to ten feet in depth without breaking. If you don’t need the MP3 capability, the UWaterK9 is an FM/AM radio tuner only. Both products will be on display at CES 2014.

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