Speedo Speed Socket Swimming Goggles Reviews
Product Type: Speedo Water Sport
Description:Manufacturer: Speedo / Low profile racing goggles.
Newest Review: ... as I am not a huge swimmer. == Final Verdict == I would recommend these Speedo Goggles as they are lightweight, easy ... more
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Customer Speedo Speed Socket Swimming Goggles Reviews (20)
by - written on 07/09/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I don't tend to go swimming a lot, but when I do it is usually to take my nephew and while I am there I thought I might as well have a bit of a swim! I am one of those people that just hate getting things in my eyes, even when I'm taking a bath I have to have a towel next to me just in case I get too much water in my eyes. I know it sounds a bit silly but it something that seems to annoy me ever since I was young and got loads of soapy water in my eye. Therefore as I was going swimming I thought it was best to invest in some swimming goggles, so off I went in search for the right ones. == Price == I purchased a pair of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I have always loved swimming but got too lazy and stopped going for a while, especially in the winter with it being so cold by the time you get out. However, I have recently joined a gym and they have a swimming pool which is part of the reason I decided to join this particular gym. I just got these Speedo goggles before going as I always think it is best to pay more for decent goggles and Speedo are a brand I have always trusted and thought highly of. I decided on the Speed Socket model as they seemed the most well used and most what I needed for my swim. APPEARANCE I have these in the darker black colour and they come in a little blue case to keep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I have recently started to attend my local swimming baths in a bit to add some variety to my, as you might have gathered, rather intensive exercise regime. Since I started to wear contact lenses though my eyes seem to have become more sensitive and when going to the pool for the first time in ages recently I felt my eyes were much sorer than they used to be and they felt itchy and painful for days due to the chlorine I assume in the water. So I went out to purchase some goggles to protect me from this and the first brand I went to and the first item I came across was the Speedo Sockets and due to them being the only brand I knew in the store I paid £12 for the black ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I do a reasonable amount of swimming now to try and keep fit. But I've always found that my eyes sometimes tend to suffer because of the amount of chlorine that is in the local pool. On top of that I also wear contact lens which I like to be able to wear in the pool so that I can see my kids. Many years ago when I first got contact lens, I always saw those adverts on brochures of people wearing them whilst swimming. So imagine my shock the first time I jumped in the pool and went under water wearing them, eyes open, only to surface again with no contact lens in. OK, lesson learnt not to open your eyes under water when wearing contact lens, hence, I've always tended . Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
As a triathlete and swimmer, buying goggles has become a regular occurrence for me as they can break or get lost very easily. I have always bought a couple of pairs in the past, one for training and a couple for racing in. I initially decided to buy these as they are designed for racing and look great, however I use them all of the time now. I got these from JJB last year to replace an identical pair that broke as they were brilliant to race in. After I bought these my training goggles broke, so I decided to swim in these. At first I found the fit round the eyes slightly tight, but after a while they became more comfortable. The most ingenious feature of these ... Read the complete review
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