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Aqua Sphere Seal 2.0 Swimming Goggles - Smoked

RRP: $59.95
$49.95
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Description

Aqua Sphere Seal 2.0 Swimming Goggles

The newly updated version of the popular Aqua Sphere Seal, comes in the form of their V.2, a swimming goggle perfect for fitness swimmers ideal for ocean and pool exercise.

This swim goggle boasts being able to provide the widest field of vision of any other available, and, being low in profile, drag is all but eliminated whilst you are thrusting through the water.

As well as offering great vision, its crystal clear lens takes care of your eyes offering complete 100% UVA & UVB protection. Anti-fog treated on the inside as well as being anti-scratch coated on the outside they are made to last.

Choose the clear for ultimate visibility indoors or in low light conditions or wear the tinted lens version for outdoor or brightly lit environments. Which ever lens option you decide on, the wrap-around styling of the Seal swimming goggle not only looks great, they're ultra comfortable too! A soft and supple silicone skirt fits snuggly around the face and the easy adjustable, comfortable straps make it simple to secure, keeping water out.

Aqua Sphere goggles are made in Italy to exceptional standards and using the most advanced technologies and materials around. The Seal V.2 gogle takes good advantage with its combination of great features.

Features:

  • Advanced Fit Technology
  • Lens material: Plexisol®
  • Outside protection treatment: Anti-scratch
  • Inside protection treatment: Anti-fog
  • UV-protection 100%
  • 180-degree field-of-vision
  • Skirt material: clear Silicone
  • Highly hydrodynamic
  • Strap adjustment: Lever buckles
  • Latex-f

If you wish to add a little more extra anti-fog treatment, why not add the Aqua Sphere Anti-Fog to your basket before you check out. 

Lens Colours:

  • Tinted Lens - The tinted lens is designed to provide the great visibility outdoors or in bright light.

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  • 5
    aqu shere smoked

    Posted by liza on 23rd Jan 2018

    Excellent googles great for adults, real comphy on face and eyes especially under pressure and deep dives, love these googles

  • 4
    maybe something better out there

    Posted by ROD HOLMAN on 11th Feb 2016

    these are more comfortable and keeping water out better than my recently purchased aqua sphere vista. neither has straps strong enough or secure and these slip and eventually break

  • 1
    Rubbish. Leaks really badly.

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Mar 2015

    I bought this because it was supposed to fit an adult face. It just fits, but could have done with being another 5mm wider. The skirt on the lower edge of the goggles, that's supposed to seal over the bridge of the nose, doesn't seem wide enough. When exhaling underwater, the disturbance caused by the rising bubbles dislodges the goggles and lets water in, rendering the goggles useless.

  • 5
    Best goggles ever

    Posted by Suzanne on 21st Nov 2014

    Perfect and fast delivery

  • 5
    comfortable reliable goggles

    Posted by T on 4th Nov 2013

    I wear these to do laps in the pool. They're the most comfortable goggles ever. They seal perfectly without having to adjust tightly -even on my small bony face. and they don't leave red marks around my eye sockets like conventional swim goggles. They last for ages too, despite the chlorine.

  • 5
    Aqua Sphere Seal swimming mask

    Posted by Chris on 28th Mar 2013

    This product suits my needs to a "T". I swim rather than snorkel and the mask is light and comfortable to wear and I can still enjoy watching the fish underwater. It is much better than the smaller goggles as it doesn't leave marks around the sensitive area of my eyes.

  • 3
    aqua sphere have labelling very confusing

    Posted by Rick on 26th Feb 2013

    this is very hard to describe the problem:

    we have had aqua sphere goggles/masks for 10 years and ordering them is really confusing. the company and distributors need to get on top of it.

    what are goggles and what are masks; you website calls the same item goggles in advert and mask below in description; other suppliers are also confused.