• Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
  • Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps
Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps

Waterproof Headphones for Swimming - Surge S+ (Short Cord). Best Waterproof Headphones for Swimming Laps

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  • SUPERIOR SOUND. Our Waterproof headphone technology uses the highest quality internal sound components to produce the best possible sound under water with premium bass
  • HIGHEST WATERPROOF RATING. 100% waterproof stereo earphones that can withstand heavy perspiration, rain, and complete submersion to 12ft/3.6m underwater with an IPX8 rating
  • PEACE OF MIND ?? Buy with confidence! Our product includes industry leading 1 YEAR WARRANTY. We are a small business and stand behind all the products we make
  • COMFORTABLE & EASY TO USE. Designed for athletes by athletes with innovative and highly satisfying technology. Ergonomic sheared shape sits flush with the ear and is designed to promote proper alignment of the earbuds with the ear canal making it comfortable for you. Includes 5 sets of high quality earplugs (XS-XL) and tree tip set to ensure that these earphones stay securely in place while in activity
  • In ear headphones H20 Audio Waterproof Surge Sportwrap+ sweat proof quality allows it to be the perfect headphones for working out, gym, swimming, biking, running, surfing, and paddle boarding

Customer Reviews

Real StoryAfter 6 uses, one earphone failed completely. Three days later, it started working again and continues to work. I contacted H2OAudio and they responded within hours and sent me a new pair of earphones. I didn't open the package because the old ones were working again. To balance the situation, they gave me a coupon code for 25% off, and I "bought" the new pair from their website. They simply marked it "shipped" to account for the new pair I had and all is well. These are good headphones, for what they are. I use these all the time in the pool now and can report that they are waterproof (subject to the above), they stay in my ears without "goo" or anything else, and they sound just ok. I've tried one other pair and these are better than they are, but they're still just ok as far as sound goes. They are great for isolation and concentration to get a good workout though. Keeps the Social Swimmers out of my head.4Great looking Waterproof In-Ear Headphones I'm a swimmer and to able swim with music is heaven. I had couple of other waterproof headset before but they all comes with long cable which was ignoring until I got this headset. The short cable is great, but the only thing I was not happy with it is the ear buds. Even though the come with a few different size but they were not right kind for me and it keeps falling off of my ears. I had to use the old ear buds from my other waterproof headset buds on it. 4Better than most but with one FATAL FLAWThe ear tips are better than most for keeping water out. You really have to put them up inside the ear canal though. And that is where the problem lies. YOU CAN'T GET THEM OUT. There is no stem or handle or slight protuberance to get a grip on to get these things out.In order to seal against the water they have to sit right at the entrance to the ear canal nestled in the concha. Unless you have huge ears, you will have a difficult time grabbing hold of the earbud's body to pull them out.This will lead to pulling on the quite small and fragile wires to get them out, which will in turn quickly cause the formation of a electrical short or even complete removal of the wires.Not sure if this is a design or a "feature" causing you to have to buy many more sets of buds over time.2Comfortable fit and seal, not much bassI use these for kitesurfing with an iPod Nano clipped to the neck of my wetsuit. The cord is almost too short for this placement, but works. It just gets caught a little under my hood. It works though. The buds are small and seal well. They are small enough that they are comfortable even under a hood and a helmet which press on anything that protrudes. Sound quality is acceptable. Better than the cheaper earbuds I originally bought, but still lacking in anything that resembles bass. Hard for a tiny driver I realize, but these aren't as good sounding as say the stock Apple headphones. I'm happy with them and they are an improvement over the $12 model I previously bought.4in spite of trying all the nice ear attachmentsSadly, in spite of trying all the nice ear attachments, these headphones don t stay in the ear. Too much of the earbud sticks out of the ear, which makes every small movement of the swim cap pull the earbud out, allowing water in, making sound not trasnimit whiel swimming. The sound quality, when in dry air, is superior to most water earbuds, but alas, it did not work at all for me in the pool. ;-(1Finally, Swim Earphones that Function as Expected I've used this product once since obtaining it, but after the first 70 laps, they work great! Sound quality is super (be sure to use the right-size ear buds... the seal is all important!) and the short cable works very well with my old iPod Nano in an OtterBox waterproof case clipped to the top my bathing suit. As long as they hold up, I'll continue to enjoy swimming with these. I tried a few Blue-Tooth ixt7 and ixt8 waterproof products. Blue tooth range was too short and they are NOT waterproof. Perhaps the Chinese manufacturers of some products have the terminally incorrect, but no ixt7 and ixt8 'waterproof' products have worked for swimming. Surge S+ are the ones for me. 5Comfortable Earphone with Accetable Sound QualityNow I have 3 waterproof earphones from Amazon past 3 weeks: two from Swimbuds (1st & 2nd Left on Photo 1), and one from H20 Audio (Middle one on Photo 1, and Photo 2 & 3)All 3 waterproof earphones sound quality is much much worse than the cheap earbud from old iPhone (2nd Left on Photo 1): Muddy high / mid frequency, almost none bass / low frequency.Out off 3 'waterproof earbuds', H2O one has slightly better sound quality, more comfortable to wear. But NONE of them I would recommend.I took my Shure SE535 to the swim (1st Right on Photo 1): it work perfect under water!So don't wast any your money to buy those poor sound quality 'waterproof' earphone. You will be surprise many 'normal' earbud DOES work underwater and much better quality sound!Update on 30th December 2019:After so sick with those poor sound quality so call 'waterproof earphone' as above, I bough a new Shure SE215 (photo 6) as my every day swimming earphone now, which is work PERFECT with very nice sound quality.As many people wouldn't spend that much money for a pair of earbud, so I order a pair of Creative EP-630 (Phone 4, $15.99) and Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120-S (Silver, Photo 5, $7.84) from Amazon to took them for swim! As I expect they ALL work prefect with swimming!Out of 4 'normal' earbud, all work perfect under water. And provide much better sound quality in this order: SE535 > SE215 > EP-630 > RP-HJE120-SHappy New Year!1Finally the perfect ear buds for lap swimming!Finally the perfect ear buds for lap swimming! I have found that the biggest weakness for any underwater MP3 players are the ear pieces. If you are kicking against a wall when making that reverse very few ear buds can take that pressure. I have been using these ear buds for a few years now and have yet to have any issues with them. I have had a lot of experience dealing with earbuds and MP3 players for about 12 years now since I swim two miles a day and could not get through it without being able to listen to music. I am always looking for the best product and for value and glad to see these at last.I have always used and recommended the H20 ear buds in the past but they have had short comings like the cord being too long, or sometimes weak rubber on the ear pieces. Having said that I always recommend them since they are much better then the earphones that come with most waterproof MP3 players. This latest lap swimming version of their product is the best and I can find no faults with it at all. Somehow they even manage to make the music louder which you really need in lap swimming scenario. They also always stay in my ears and I use the larger rubber tips.Also some helpful tips on using waterproof ear buds:1. Start with the larger ear bud rubber ends first then work your way down to the smaller sizes if that doesn't fit. If you use the larger sizes, you get a tighter barrier against the water.2. I like to insert them dry but if they don't fit quite right you should consider wetting the ear buds lightly in the water before you place them in your ear, sometimes the water will keep them more secure in your ear. However, I have found the best way to keep them in your ear is to use a swab on the outside area of your ear briefly to get any oil or sweat where the buds are inserted (but not the ear canal). This always seems to work best and will ensure a tight fit.3. When you insert them in your ear pull back the top of your ear with your opposite hand, that will stretch it and allow the ear canal to gently wrap snugly around the ear bud.It is rare when the water enters the ear canal if you take these three steps you can enjoy the music much better. Once water gets in your ear you are hosed for the rest of the swim and that goes for any ear piece.I also recommend using the Waterproof MP3 player from SEWOBYE with these as well for the best experience in listening to music while you swim. You can read my review on that product for more background. Happy swimming!5Take it from a 5x a week swimmer...They got everything right. The trick is adding a little bit of vasoline to your ear canal right before you pop these in...if you do that, these headphones will be your best friend. The cord is the perfect length, the sound is great, and it cancels out the sound of the water really well. They also fit in your ears perfect. ***NOTE*** your ear holes can be different sizes...so if one pops out, try a bigger (or smaller) size.5Excellent for SwimmingI am quite the audiophile and own many high-end headphones like the Audeze LCDi4, JH Audio Layla custom IEM, and Sennheiser HD800 S for serious listening and the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless for gym workouts. Being that I have some sort of headphones playing music to my ears almost every waking minute, I decided I needed a good waterproof headphone for swimming laps at my local health club.I have the waterproofed iPod Shuffle and had some other waterproofed headphones but the sound quality was barely acceptable even for my drastically reduced expectations and it was constantly losing sound on one side after a few laps of swimming. So, I decided I needed a replacement and decided to give these H2O headphones a try. I figured that it couldn't possibly be worse than what I had been dealing with.Well, I have to say that these headphones definitely exceeded my expectations and this is from a bonafide audiophile who is extremely anal about sound quality. No, it does not compare to the Audeze LCDi4 in-ears or my custom-molded JH Audio IEM, but for $40 that takes the monotony out of swimming laps, it delivers excellent sound and has proven to be quite reliable. You're dealing with water and bubble noise so all audiophile sonic details will be lost anyway. You just want a good solid fundamental sound with a decent soundstage and that is what these headphones deliver.I primarily listen to classical music and having Chopin's Nocturnes or Brahms' piano concertos playing in my ears while swimming can be quite a blissful experience and it actually encourages me to swim longer and with more energy. I now swim 30~40 minutes non-stop while listening to music when I used to quit after 15~20 minutes due to the sheer tedium of swimming laps. So, yes, in effect, these headphones are actually making me healthier and I'm sure it'll do the same for many others. Highly recommended.5these headphones are so amazing, I wanted to highly recommend this brand as ...I have been a swimmer for many years and as such, I have tried MANY different swimming ear phones/devices. I am very picky, and almost never write any reviews. However, these headphones are so amazing, I wanted to highly recommend this brand as truly the best!Sound quality is amazing. It also allows for a snug fit in your ear (surprisingly, many other brands fail to do so). My only issue with the one I just purchased is that the cord is too short. The last one I purchased (same brand), had a longer cord, allowing the option to connect on your swimsuit. I love the longer cord version a lot more. However, if you prefer connecting the device to your goggles instead of your swimsuit, then the short cord version is great.5This year I thought I'd give H2O Audio a try and I am glad I didI have been using waterproof headphones for the last seven years. This year I thought I'd give H2O Audio a try and I am glad I did. These are the best sounding underwater headphones I've ever used. The sound is rich, clear and with a surprisingly deep base for an earbud style headphone. Probably the second best thing is how they don't leak at all for me. I set them in once and that's it. No stopping to reset or shake out water. I think this may have to do with the comparably wider diameter sound port and the tree style buds I used. Here is where H2O lost a star. The ad clearly shows a pair of tree style buds. My set arrived with a few different sets of the small, blue buds, but not the tree style. For me it wasn't a big deal because I happened to have had a set of my own, but beware that you may not get exactly what's pictured. I mentioned it to them in an email and they wrote they would check into it, but so far they haven't. That's just my experience. Even so, these sound so good, I'd recommend them anyway. Update: After a follow up, H2O Audio came through and sent the missing pods and then some - so I modified to 5 stars.5
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  • SUPERIOR SOUND. Our Waterproof headphone technology uses the highest quality internal sound components to produce the best possible sound under water with premium bass
  • HIGHEST WATERPROOF RATING. 100% waterproof stereo earphones that can withstand heavy perspiration, rain, and complete submersion to 12ft/3.6m underwater with an IPX8 rating
  • PEACE OF MIND ?? Buy with confidence! Our product includes industry leading 1 YEAR WARRANTY. We are a small business and stand behind all the products we make
  • COMFORTABLE & EASY TO USE. Designed for athletes by athletes with innovative and highly satisfying technology. Ergonomic sheared shape sits flush with the ear and is designed to promote proper alignment of the earbuds with the ear canal making it comfortable for you. Includes 5 sets of high quality earplugs (XS-XL) and tree tip set to ensure that these earphones stay securely in place while in activity
  • In ear headphones H20 Audio Waterproof Surge Sportwrap+ sweat proof quality allows it to be the perfect headphones for working out, gym, swimming, biking, running, surfing, and paddle boarding
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Real StoryAfter 6 uses, one earphone failed completely. Three days later, it started working again and continues to work. I contacted H2OAudio and they responded within hours and sent me a new pair of earphones. I didn't open the package because the old ones were working again. To balance the situation, they gave me a coupon code for 25% off, and I "bought" the new pair from their website. They simply marked it "shipped" to account for the new pair I had and all is well. These are good headphones, for what they are. I use these all the time in the pool now and can report that they are waterproof (subject to the above), they stay in my ears without "goo" or anything else, and they sound just ok. I've tried one other pair and these are better than they are, but they're still just ok as far as sound goes. They are great for isolation and concentration to get a good workout though. Keeps the Social Swimmers out of my head.4Great looking Waterproof In-Ear Headphones I'm a swimmer and to able swim with music is heaven. I had couple of other waterproof headset before but they all comes with long cable which was ignoring until I got this headset. The short cable is great, but the only thing I was not happy with it is the ear buds. Even though the come with a few different size but they were not right kind for me and it keeps falling off of my ears. I had to use the old ear buds from my other waterproof headset buds on it. 4Better than most but with one FATAL FLAWThe ear tips are better than most for keeping water out. You really have to put them up inside the ear canal though. And that is where the problem lies. YOU CAN'T GET THEM OUT. There is no stem or handle or slight protuberance to get a grip on to get these things out.In order to seal against the water they have to sit right at the entrance to the ear canal nestled in the concha. Unless you have huge ears, you will have a difficult time grabbing hold of the earbud's body to pull them out.This will lead to pulling on the quite small and fragile wires to get them out, which will in turn quickly cause the formation of a electrical short or even complete removal of the wires.Not sure if this is a design or a "feature" causing you to have to buy many more sets of buds over time.2Comfortable fit and seal, not much bassI use these for kitesurfing with an iPod Nano clipped to the neck of my wetsuit. The cord is almost too short for this placement, but works. It just gets caught a little under my hood. It works though. The buds are small and seal well. They are small enough that they are comfortable even under a hood and a helmet which press on anything that protrudes. Sound quality is acceptable. Better than the cheaper earbuds I originally bought, but still lacking in anything that resembles bass. Hard for a tiny driver I realize, but these aren't as good sounding as say the stock Apple headphones. I'm happy with them and they are an improvement over the $12 model I previously bought.4in spite of trying all the nice ear attachmentsSadly, in spite of trying all the nice ear attachments, these headphones don t stay in the ear. Too much of the earbud sticks out of the ear, which makes every small movement of the swim cap pull the earbud out, allowing water in, making sound not trasnimit whiel swimming. The sound quality, when in dry air, is superior to most water earbuds, but alas, it did not work at all for me in the pool. ;-(1Finally, Swim Earphones that Function as Expected I've used this product once since obtaining it, but after the first 70 laps, they work great! Sound quality is super (be sure to use the right-size ear buds... the seal is all important!) and the short cable works very well with my old iPod Nano in an OtterBox waterproof case clipped to the top my bathing suit. As long as they hold up, I'll continue to enjoy swimming with these. I tried a few Blue-Tooth ixt7 and ixt8 waterproof products. Blue tooth range was too short and they are NOT waterproof. Perhaps the Chinese manufacturers of some products have the terminally incorrect, but no ixt7 and ixt8 'waterproof' products have worked for swimming. Surge S+ are the ones for me. 5Comfortable Earphone with Accetable Sound QualityNow I have 3 waterproof earphones from Amazon past 3 weeks: two from Swimbuds (1st & 2nd Left on Photo 1), and one from H20 Audio (Middle one on Photo 1, and Photo 2 & 3)All 3 waterproof earphones sound quality is much much worse than the cheap earbud from old iPhone (2nd Left on Photo 1): Muddy high / mid frequency, almost none bass / low frequency.Out off 3 'waterproof earbuds', H2O one has slightly better sound quality, more comfortable to wear. But NONE of them I would recommend.I took my Shure SE535 to the swim (1st Right on Photo 1): it work perfect under water!So don't wast any your money to buy those poor sound quality 'waterproof' earphone. You will be surprise many 'normal' earbud DOES work underwater and much better quality sound!Update on 30th December 2019:After so sick with those poor sound quality so call 'waterproof earphone' as above, I bough a new Shure SE215 (photo 6) as my every day swimming earphone now, which is work PERFECT with very nice sound quality.As many people wouldn't spend that much money for a pair of earbud, so I order a pair of Creative EP-630 (Phone 4, $15.99) and Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120-S (Silver, Photo 5, $7.84) from Amazon to took them for swim! As I expect they ALL work prefect with swimming!Out of 4 'normal' earbud, all work perfect under water. And provide much better sound quality in this order: SE535 > SE215 > EP-630 > RP-HJE120-SHappy New Year!1Finally the perfect ear buds for lap swimming!Finally the perfect ear buds for lap swimming! I have found that the biggest weakness for any underwater MP3 players are the ear pieces. If you are kicking against a wall when making that reverse very few ear buds can take that pressure. I have been using these ear buds for a few years now and have yet to have any issues with them. I have had a lot of experience dealing with earbuds and MP3 players for about 12 years now since I swim two miles a day and could not get through it without being able to listen to music. I am always looking for the best product and for value and glad to see these at last.I have always used and recommended the H20 ear buds in the past but they have had short comings like the cord being too long, or sometimes weak rubber on the ear pieces. Having said that I always recommend them since they are much better then the earphones that come with most waterproof MP3 players. This latest lap swimming version of their product is the best and I can find no faults with it at all. Somehow they even manage to make the music louder which you really need in lap swimming scenario. They also always stay in my ears and I use the larger rubber tips.Also some helpful tips on using waterproof ear buds:1. Start with the larger ear bud rubber ends first then work your way down to the smaller sizes if that doesn't fit. If you use the larger sizes, you get a tighter barrier against the water.2. I like to insert them dry but if they don't fit quite right you should consider wetting the ear buds lightly in the water before you place them in your ear, sometimes the water will keep them more secure in your ear. However, I have found the best way to keep them in your ear is to use a swab on the outside area of your ear briefly to get any oil or sweat where the buds are inserted (but not the ear canal). This always seems to work best and will ensure a tight fit.3. When you insert them in your ear pull back the top of your ear with your opposite hand, that will stretch it and allow the ear canal to gently wrap snugly around the ear bud.It is rare when the water enters the ear canal if you take these three steps you can enjoy the music much better. Once water gets in your ear you are hosed for the rest of the swim and that goes for any ear piece.I also recommend using the Waterproof MP3 player from SEWOBYE with these as well for the best experience in listening to music while you swim. You can read my review on that product for more background. Happy swimming!5Take it from a 5x a week swimmer...They got everything right. The trick is adding a little bit of vasoline to your ear canal right before you pop these in...if you do that, these headphones will be your best friend. The cord is the perfect length, the sound is great, and it cancels out the sound of the water really well. They also fit in your ears perfect. ***NOTE*** your ear holes can be different sizes...so if one pops out, try a bigger (or smaller) size.5Excellent for SwimmingI am quite the audiophile and own many high-end headphones like the Audeze LCDi4, JH Audio Layla custom IEM, and Sennheiser HD800 S for serious listening and the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless for gym workouts. Being that I have some sort of headphones playing music to my ears almost every waking minute, I decided I needed a good waterproof headphone for swimming laps at my local health club.I have the waterproofed iPod Shuffle and had some other waterproofed headphones but the sound quality was barely acceptable even for my drastically reduced expectations and it was constantly losing sound on one side after a few laps of swimming. So, I decided I needed a replacement and decided to give these H2O headphones a try. I figured that it couldn't possibly be worse than what I had been dealing with.Well, I have to say that these headphones definitely exceeded my expectations and this is from a bonafide audiophile who is extremely anal about sound quality. No, it does not compare to the Audeze LCDi4 in-ears or my custom-molded JH Audio IEM, but for $40 that takes the monotony out of swimming laps, it delivers excellent sound and has proven to be quite reliable. You're dealing with water and bubble noise so all audiophile sonic details will be lost anyway. You just want a good solid fundamental sound with a decent soundstage and that is what these headphones deliver.I primarily listen to classical music and having Chopin's Nocturnes or Brahms' piano concertos playing in my ears while swimming can be quite a blissful experience and it actually encourages me to swim longer and with more energy. I now swim 30~40 minutes non-stop while listening to music when I used to quit after 15~20 minutes due to the sheer tedium of swimming laps. So, yes, in effect, these headphones are actually making me healthier and I'm sure it'll do the same for many others. Highly recommended.5these headphones are so amazing, I wanted to highly recommend this brand as ...I have been a swimmer for many years and as such, I have tried MANY different swimming ear phones/devices. I am very picky, and almost never write any reviews. However, these headphones are so amazing, I wanted to highly recommend this brand as truly the best!Sound quality is amazing. It also allows for a snug fit in your ear (surprisingly, many other brands fail to do so). My only issue with the one I just purchased is that the cord is too short. The last one I purchased (same brand), had a longer cord, allowing the option to connect on your swimsuit. I love the longer cord version a lot more. However, if you prefer connecting the device to your goggles instead of your swimsuit, then the short cord version is great.5This year I thought I'd give H2O Audio a try and I am glad I didI have been using waterproof headphones for the last seven years. This year I thought I'd give H2O Audio a try and I am glad I did. These are the best sounding underwater headphones I've ever used. The sound is rich, clear and with a surprisingly deep base for an earbud style headphone. Probably the second best thing is how they don't leak at all for me. I set them in once and that's it. No stopping to reset or shake out water. I think this may have to do with the comparably wider diameter sound port and the tree style buds I used. Here is where H2O lost a star. The ad clearly shows a pair of tree style buds. My set arrived with a few different sets of the small, blue buds, but not the tree style. For me it wasn't a big deal because I happened to have had a set of my own, but beware that you may not get exactly what's pictured. I mentioned it to them in an email and they wrote they would check into it, but so far they haven't. That's just my experience. Even so, these sound so good, I'd recommend them anyway. Update: After a follow up, H2O Audio came through and sent the missing pods and then some - so I modified to 5 stars.5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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