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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

ABC: Gadget Guide: Water Speakers

I couldn't believe my ears when I found out about this, but I sincerely doubt it will be easy on the ears, unless you like to have it come out of your ears.

It sure will benefit the hygiene and save some money by not having to buy Q-tips and since your ears will be squeaky clean, there is no more excuse for selective hearing.

Another benefit is that your ears won't be burning anymore; the water speakers will prevent that from happening. If you use it too much however, keep in mind that you will easily be recognized; it will go in one ear and out the other.

The risk is that it could leave you with nothing between the ears, but that shouldn't be a problem; as long as your ears are ringing, you can at least claim that it is still music to your ears.

I suspect that the biggest problem is getting used to those water speakers. You have to learn to understand what is being said.

Maybe they come with water filters?!



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