Eyeline Racing Swimming Goggles just £1.72 Delivered @ Newitts
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Eyeline Racing Swimming Goggles just £1.72 Delivered @ Newitts

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Found 26th Apr 2009Made hot 26th Apr 2009
Well this price cant be bad for some swimming goggles seeing as you can pay any thing from £5 in the sports shops.

Doubt many people on here will be requiring goggles but for any of you that do its a great price.

If your anything like me I really cant open my eyes underwater or the become seriously bloodshot and sting. So goggles are a must on the off chance i decide to go swimming.

High speed racing goggles, split head strap, no seal.

* Anti-fog.
* Colours: Blue, amber and clear.

There are plenty in stock of all colours.

Enjoy & Happy Swimming.

EDIT: Cannot get the direct link to work so have posted the LINK TO DEAL in first post below.

23 Comments

Original Poster

hothothot

Thanks
I have just got some clear and blue googles. The rate they get lost by folk in this house they will be fine.:whistling:

5% quidco too

Great find - lost mine, and I cant swim without em due to contact lenses!

El scorchio, cheers OP.

Great, ordered 2 pairs.

also have swim caps for 51p!!!!

brilliant just joined jjb fitness gym which has a pool and needed goggles, are these any good btw had some speedo ones and water used to link inside and steam up, veeeeeeeery annoying!

Hmmm - no seal as they are designed for racing. Might not be that suitable for day to day swimming. Good price though.

ordered. thanks op

Good price but as above not really that great for normal swimming, would leak like a leaky thing after not very long.

Are ]http//ww…htm these sealed do you think OK for everyday use?

thanks

EDIT just noticed they're juniors.

Go for ]these for ones that have a seal guys!

I ordered some of these last time they were posted and they are horrible.

The feel very cheap, are uncomfortable and would probably leak like a sieve if you used them.

I swim 2-3 times a week and use Speedo Speed Sockets. £12-15 but they are good.

Don't know about the deal but you get what you pay for generally. Swimming isnt an expensive sport

GreatBallsofFire;5039445

Hmmm - no seal as they are designed for racing. Might not be that … Hmmm - no seal as they are designed for racing. Might not be that suitable for day to day swimming. Good price though.



I thought that too, but they have other cheap goggles with seals.

yep woodstocks right, check the link i posted they were only 20p or so more than the seal ones which I ordered. Can't believe its free del lol they must be making a massive loss on these!

Buy a pair and put them in the kitchen drawer to use when cutting onions!

hosepiper;5041980

Buy a pair and put them in the kitchen drawer to use when cutting onions!



ROFL.

Look good - heat added

I used these google for a about a month, until I forgot them one day and brought a pair of speedo endura's. Never gone back to using them again!

They feel very cheap compared to the speedos.

They are comfortable but the lack of the seal meant that they leaked quite often! As I said, I did use them for a month so they must have done the trick for me...!

Poundland had swimming googles in at the moment. Anti fog. Cheap and cheerful.Available in blue or red. They also had Barbie Googles if you are that way inclined!

I'm after a pair - but they have to be genuinely anti-fog (at least long enough for me to swim a casual length of the pool) to be a deal for me.

folks, as a swimmer, I can say these goggles with no seal are what proper swimmers use for racing and training. They leak less than those with a seal for us, but you have to use them properly and they are designed to be worn tight! If the nosepiece is not the exact correct length then they wil leak. Often the ones witha string are better as you custom fit it to your face. At this price I'll give these a go.
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