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Aqua Sphere Seal Kid Swimming Goggle - Made In Italy
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- 180 Degree visibility
- Softeril skirt
- Lever buckles
- 100% UVA/UVB protection
- Plexisol lenses with anti-fog and scratch resistant coating
- Latex free materials
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Leak free comfort and fun. The original swim mask for children, the Seal Kid delivers a leak free fit around the eyes for children as young as 3 years old. The Seal Kid utilizes Aqua Sphere’s patented curved lenses for a wide field of vision making children more confident in the water. The easy to adjust side buckles make its easy for parents and kids alike to adjust.
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Top Customer Reviews
We have tried the original Seal Kid and now these Seal Kid 2 - just picked these for the colour (a girly red when they arrived, slightly neon, pinkish red, not sure I'd pick for a boy) they are slightly bigger but both versions fit my 9 yr old well.
These always come with a sturdy plastic case, which is good as they do scratch if you're not careful.
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I have made a video review to help show the goggles' features.
* Fitting: I was taught the following when learning to scuba dive. To see if a mask (or pair of goggles) fits, place the goggles over your child's face *WITHOUT putting the strap over his/her head* and push with a very, very small amount of pressure. The goggles should stay stuck to your face without falling off due to air pressure alone. These stuck to my daughter's face for about 2 minutes without falling off - that's how good the seal is for her. If they fall off, they don't fit - they fall off because air is getting in, and if air gets in, water will get in.
As the box is hinged and (at least my one was) not sealed (as shown in my video), you can test them easily for fit and then return them if they don't fit.
If they fit using the above method but not when your son/daughter wears them then it's because he/she is inadvertently breaking the seal - normally either by trapping hair between the mask and face, or by having the strap too tight. A common misconception is that to get a good seal the strap should be tight - that actually makes it more likely to leak (and far less comfortable to wear, and it gives your son/daughter great 'goggle eyes').
Everyone's face is different so some people will find that these don't fit - I suggest that you use the above method to find a different pair that does.
* Reusable hinged case: They come in a reusable plastic box (as shown in my video). There are holes in the back to drain water & let air in - handy in case you forget to open the box to let them dry out, though I would always store them with the box open until they have dried.Read more ›
I've never found ANY pair of twin-lens goggles, no matter how expensive, which genuinely fitted and kept out water; all of them have ended up leaking and needing to be constantly emptied out. The tighter ones, although they usually keep water out somewhat more efficiently, have also been extremely uncomfortable, leaving painful marks on my children's faces and meaning that the children couldn't wear them for more than half an hour or so in any case.
This time round, I decided to spend a couple of pounds more in order to buy these different, "full-face" mask-style goggles, and I'm really delighted with them. They fit perfectly (on all three children, aged 13, 10 and 9, thanks to being highly adjustable) and they form a genuinely water-tight barrier with only slight pressure required to create a vacuum seal, making them comfortable to wear for long periods without leaving marks on the child's face OR leaking any water.
The goggles are well-built and durable, and the large, curved lenses (no squared-off edges as with traditional goggles) provide excellent all-round visibility.
The strap is highly adjustable and strong, and doesn't slip through the side adjusters, so the goggles retain their tight fit even after being worn for an hour or even longer without being re-adjusted.
Overall, I feel really pleased to have finally found a pair of goggles that actually does keep water out without needing to be so tight as to be painful (and leaking anyway!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent product stops daughter rolling goggles down when at swimming lessonsPublished 2 days ago by Sharon Lewis
Worked brilliantly until after 5 months started to let water in through the lenses.Published 3 days ago by Scunnyrick007
These googles seemed great at first, a good fit for my 8 yr old daughter. But she's only used them a few times and the strap broke whilst she was swimming in them. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great goggles. Son loves them. Gives him loads of confidence in the water.Published 4 days ago by LK
These really are the best goggles you can buy for your child. I have sat through many swimming lessons over the last 10 years and kids with cheap goggles or the googles with 2... Read morePublished 5 days ago by KerryC