Our optician James this morning talked about National Water Safety Week (6th-10th June) and prescription goggles on the radio with the Swimming Teachers' Association.
Every year, we receive an increase in orders for prescription swimming goggles and diving masks destined to be wrapped and given as Christmas presents.
Monday mornings usually begin with a flurry of emails and calls regarding your weekend prescription goggle orders. Some orders are annotated in the office, others go back and forth to the packing room.
Swimming goggles fog up because of condensation forming on the inside of the lenses. This is either perspiration or water vapour from your skin. Therefore, it is likely to be worse if you are exerting yourself.
Running from 20th – 28th June 2015, Drowning Prevention Week is the national campaign run by the Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK) to promote water safety messages and help reduce incidents of drowning.
Remember, your choice of kit can really influence your enjoyment of this sport. So if you’re looking for some new goggles, here are a few tips to help you find the best pair.
If you wear glasses or contact lenses, of course we are going to say that the best thing to use in a swimming pool is a pair of prescription swimming goggles. But is this really necessary? Aren’t contact lenses just as good?
Here at prescription swimming goggles, part of Butterflies Healthcare, we supply both ‘off the shelf’ goggles and dive masks and unique ‘custom made’ items.
National Eye Health Week starts today and runs until Sunday 22nd September. It encourages us all to take more care of our eyes and as one of the official sponsors, we are getting behind these important health messages.
Welcome to our first blog at prescription swimming goggles. We started life in James and Michelle’s front room of their home before we realised we had a good idea that was really taking off and needed more space to hold stock and some staff!!