Health & Fitness Magazine: Predator Flex Titanium Reactor Goggles Review
Posted On: 1stJuly2015

Health & Fitness Magazine: Predator Flex Titanium Reactor Goggles Review

Health & Fitness Magazine: Predator Flex Titanium Reactor Goggles Review

Health & Fitness Magazine: Predator Flex Titanium Reactor Goggles Review

We were really rather pleased to read that this week, Health & Fitness Magazine gave our Predator Flex Titanium Reactor goggles top marks in its open water goggles review, gaining the sought after ‘WE LOVE’ stamp.

The magazine’s chief sub, Emma Lewis, tested seven pairs of swimming gogglesdesigned for outdoor use, giving Titanium Reactor five stars for both vision and performance, commenting: “Invest in these and you’ve got all conditions covered in one pair of goggles. The photochromatic lenses react to changing light so they’re clear when it’s cloudy and tinted when it’s bright. The titanium lens takes the glare off the water’s surface too.”

Emma also liked the great fit that our Predators have become so well known for, adding: “The frame’s really flexible, giving a comfy fit without bulk.”

She rounded off her review, summing up the goggles with a comment we have been hearing a lot of lately when it comes to our Predator range: “Great goggles.”

A big thanks to Emma and Health & Fitness Magazine for including the Titanium Reactor goggles in the review – we love them as much as you do!

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