my daughter is blind we are searching for something that makes noise and is water proof for her to locate while submerged in order to pass a swim class. Do you think this might stay on the bottom of a pool and make an audible noise under water for her to find?
It will only help if someone is actually shaking the device. The device does not make any sound if it is not being shaken. Hope this helps.
No, I don't think that this would work. First off, it floats and will not stay at the bottom of a pool unless you anchor it with something. Second, someone would have to hold it and shake it for it to make noise. It will not make noise automatically.
Hope this helps.
This device isn't that audible underwater. Try the Scubapro shaker, it works much better.
No this wont work that since you to move it to make it sound
This is a great noisemaker, and can be heard from > 30' away while underwater. It's basically a waterproof rattle (i.e., someone will have to shake it to make any noise). Mine is positively buoyant, which means that it will float to the surface if not attached to something. Try a small weight. Enjoy!
Amanda, I don't think this will work for your daughter as it is buoyant and will not stay on the bottom of the pool without weighting it down. Second, it has ball bearings inside and has to be shaken for it to make an audible noise. You probably would want something battery powered and water proof that would emit some kind of audible signal. I am not familiar with such a device so can't be much help with that. Even then it might be difficult for her to locate a signal device as noises underwater tend to "move around" making it difficult for even a sighted person to locate where a noise is coming from.
No. It is a rattle. I makes a sound only when shaken.