Dedicated to hacking, modding, and pimping the hoo-ha out of the iPod Shuffle.
This is definetely cool!I'd try myself...but i think i'll break my dear shuffle...LOL
This is a great idea ... how did you do it??
Step one: take the shuffle apart (and don't break it)Step two: insert guts into an iPod water proof caseStep three: profit!
what's the use?
is that case really waterproof or is it just water resistant? cuz i can't find a single waterproof shuffle case anywhere.
I did this, in theory it is a cool idea but the shuffle does not fit snug inside the case. And even if it did, the controlls are too far away for the case controller to reach it.
If you really want a water proof shuffle: http://www.otterbox.com/products/otterbox_for_ipod/shuffle/index.htm"Waterproof, dustproof, dirtproof, sandproof, and drop-proof"And the best thing is that its cheaper than the Apple one :)
How did you get the control pad to stay functionally attatched to the board without the original white casing?
how did u get it apart?
shuffle and the control pad will fit very snug,and will not move at all. You just add a small piece of double sided white strip foam at the side and one between the control pad.BTW, my name is LAU not LUA - I'm the one that build this and send in the photo... and still using it today 4/6/06.
WATERPROOF 2nd GENERATION iPod Shuffle "SwimPod" I haven't heard of a waterproof case for the 2nd generation iPod Shuffle, but there is a WATERPROOF 2nd generation iPod Shuffle sold on the web by SWIMMAN at http://www.swimman.com. It's sold along with their excellent waterproof headset that has been rated on the web as being the best waterproof headset on the market.
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