Swim coach communicator
SONR is a compact disc-shaped radio receiver that can be placed anywhere on the swimmer's head — under the swimming cap or on the goggles using a special included clip. The coach talks into a regular walkie-talkie while the swimmers hear the voice in real-time, even when their ears are underwater.
SONR is the world's smallest bone-conducting receiver. It's unsinkable, has an antibacterial coating, complies with the IPX8 waterproof standard, and is designed for real-time coaching. Using just one walkie-talkie, the coach can train teams up to 30 swimmers wearing SONRs communicating to the whole team or each swimmer or custom group. SONR even features a metronome helping the swimmer build a consistent pace.
SONR is made for any kind of swim or water sports training, being especially relevant in the open water given the safety concerns. SONR helps prevent difficult situations in open water by ensuring permanent communication to the swimmers as it provides a stable signal reception up to 300 meters away from the coach and 1 meter underwater.
Thanks to its sleek and lightweight design, SONR looks great on a swimmer's head and, after just a few minutes of training, the swimmer forgets about the presence of SONR, leaving them in direct contact with the coach fully focused on the training.