Vision Corrective Lens Goggle
Designed for people who wear glasses, goggles with corrective lenses for short-sightedness. Offering sharp vision and comfortable fit, for use in the pool or for outdoor swimming.
Dioptre lenses can be swapped in and out to customise each eye to your specific needs. Dioptre lenses are available in a range of –2.0 to –8. Dioptre lenses are sold separately and individually.
Our patented ‘click & fasten’ mechanism allows the lenses to be swapped with ease whilst maintaining a secure, leak-free fixing.
Liquid Skin® silicone gaskets offer an ultra-lightweight, perfectly contoured fit for a secure, reliable and extremely comfortable seal around the eyes.
Lenses in a variety of dioptres (strengths), ranging from -2.0 to -8.0.
Goggle Colour Options
Available in Black or Blue.
Easy adjust strap
Is Poor Vision Affecting Your Swim?
We understand that not being able to see clearly can really dampen your swim. Swimming should be stress free; simply throw your kit on, hop in and get your swim on. That’s part of the beauty of it! But those who can’t see clearly without their glasses or contacts can’t fully experience this same freedom. Swimming can even become frustrating or daunting, and many new swimmers are put off from getting in altogether because of this.
Here at Zoggs we believe that everybody should have the opportunity to experience the unrestricted joy of swimming. That’s why we are pleased to introduce our NEW Vision Corrective Lens Goggle.
Choosing The Right Lenses For You
The starting point for selecting the right prescription lenses is to obtain a prescription from your optician. You can ask your optician for a copy of your prescription at any time or book an up-to-date eye examination. Once you have your prescription to hand choosing the right lenses for you is easy. Below we will explain how.
On your prescription you should be given a Sph (Sphere) or DS (Dioptre Sphere) value for each eye, like so:
|OD - Ocular Dexter (Right Eye)||-3.5|
|OS - Oculas Sinister (Left Eye)||-2.5|
If you only have Sph values on your prescription then simply choose the same strength goggle lenses.
If your prescription falls between two of the options on offer, we would recommend moving DOWN to the next available dioptre. For example, if your prescription is -3.75 then move down to -3.5. This causes less strain and you will be unlikely to notice any significant loss of clarity within a reasonable distance. There is also a slight magnifying effect when underwater.
If you have Astigmatism (slightly rugby ball shaped eyes) then as well as a Sph value, you should also have a Cyl (cylinder) value on your prescription:
|Sph (Sphere)||Cyl (Cylinder)|
|OD - Ocular Dexter (Right Eye)||-3.5||-2.0|
|OS - Oculas Sinister (Left Eye)||-2.5||-2.0|
If you have both Sph and Cyl values then here is a simple table to help calculate the correct lenses for you:
How to Assemble Your Vision Corrective Lens Goggle
The starting point for selecting the right prescription lenses is to obtain a prescription from your optician. You can ask your optician for a copy of your prescription at any time or book an up-to-date eye examination. Once you have your prescription to hand choosing the right lenses for you is easy.
Step by Step Guide:
- Move the lever to release the lenses
- Take away the natural lenses from the goggle frame
- Insert the optical lenses starting from the side cavity
- CLICK! each lens under the lever teeth
- Check that the lenses are in the correct position
- You are now ready to see better whilst swimming
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Know What Lenses To Get?
All you need to find the right lenses for you is an up-to-date prescription from your optician. You can ask your optician for a copy of your prescription at any time. You can then work out what lenses you need by looking at the information provided under the ‘Choosing The Right Lenses For You’ section further up the page.
Is This Goggle Suitable For Children?
If it fits, then absolutely! This goggle is designed for people over the age of 16, so we wouldn’t recommend purchasing for anyone much younger than this, however it can be adjusted to suit smaller heads.
I Have Astigmatism. Does This Matter?
For more information on selecting the right lenses if you have astigmatism, take a look at our Astigmatism Dioptre Graph further up the page. Please note however, our goggles are more suitable for those with mild astigmatism. If your cyl (cylinder) value is quite high, you may need to consider a custom made product.
What is The Highest Prescription You Offer?
Our prescription lenses range from -2.0 all the way up to -8.0.
What If You Don't Like The Goggles When They Arrive?
We want you to be totally satisfied with anything that you purchase from the Zoggs website. Therefore, if for any reason you are unhappy with your goggles, you can return it to us in its original condition within 30 days of receiving your item for a refund. For more information on returning a product, please consult our Returns and Refunds FAQ page. Click Here.
How Can I Tell If The Goggles Will Fit Without Using Them In The Water?
For more information on how to tell if a goggle is the right fit, please take a look at our Goggle Fitting Guide.
Can I Get Spare Parts?
Yes, but only the Lens.
What Is The Best Way To Care For My Goggles?
For more information on how to care for your goggles, take a look at our handy Goggle Care Guide.