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Dive into the Ocean with Sony WS623 Sports Walkman

The Walkman is back but not as we know it!

Despite the fact mobile phones have the ability to store and play a huge collection of music on the go, you can never beat a proper MP3 player.

That’s why Sony WS623 is still on the market in 2017 and even the ultimate sporting companion!

Sony has redesigned the Walkman to be tough as nails so you can enjoy music anywhere doing anything without limits.

The WS623 is built to endure extreme outdoor condition and sporting activities.

You can take the WS623 virtually in any terrain with its all new waterproof and dustproof.

The Sony WS623 Sports Walkman has come a long way from its bulky ancestors.

Now with Bluetooth Wireless technology the WS623 is completely wearable, wireless, and hassle free.

With improved comfort the latest Walkman features ergonomic, slim and light design that stays in place no matter the movement.

Stream music from your smartphone using the convenient Near-field Communication (NFC) one touch pairing, or simply store up to 4GB of audio within.

Dive into the ocean wearing the latest Walkman, as its latest feature is salt waterproof, allowing you to swim up to depths of two metres, with up to 30 minutes of submerged time.

The Walkman can endure extreme temperatures on both sides of the pendulum swinging from temperatures as low as -5 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees Celsius so its perfect for a hike or climb.

A quick charge will give you a full 60 minutes of audio time, while a full charge will provide 12 hours of battery life.

The Sony WS623 Walkman is available in Australia in June for $199.

For further information is required visit Sony online.

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