Corrective Optical Goggles

Style #: LGOPT

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Optical grade polycarbonate lenses in corrective diopters (-2.0 through -8.0).


Size-Adjustable Nosebridge

Incremental size adjustable nosebridge.

Average rating:

5 out of 5
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I can see!!

Aug 3, 2012 | Posted by CHet

I swim either for recreation or as workout- just starting out on that end. Anyway, the worst thing was swimming with everything in front of me being a giant blur.

I got in the pool, put these on and it was a whole new world! They may not be as exact as my glasses, but I can finally see in the pool!

Just awesome!

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Product Questions & Answers (20)

  • Q: My prescription has two measurements, OD and OS, and the numbers are not the same. Which should we use when ordering? Thanks!

  • Q: Is it UV protective? How much percentage of UV protection? Thanks!

  • Q: My 4 year old son wear glasses and is currently taking swim lessons. He has a hard time seeing as he swims. Do you have corrective optical goggles for kids?

  • Q: Do they fog up while swimming?

  • Q: My prescription differs significantly between eyes. Can I swap out the lenses and make these more custom?

  • Q: Do you have + graduation

  • Q: Does the goggle sit on the bone, or does it fit more directly on the eye as in performance models?

  • Q: The description says the optic range is from -2 to -8, but the size selection is all positive. Was that meant to be negative?

  • Q: I purchased correction goggles 3 and they are too blurry to see much. Should I order a 2? Let me know

  • Q: My prescription came from my ophthalmologist and was written with the positive CYL format. That makes the negative sphere number more negative (-10.00). Is the prescription for your optical goggles using the negative CYL format more typical of optometrists? If so, should I use the converted format (Sphere = -6.25)?

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