Every year, we receive an increase in orders for prescription swimming goggles and diving masks destined to be wrapped and given as Christmas presents.
An ideal gift solution for swimmers, particularly male relatives such as dads, sons, teenagers and granddads who are often difficult to buy for. Our prices start from £17.00.
A certain amount of subterfuge is required as you will need to know the recipient’s optical prescription. You can order online or contact us by phone or email for help interpreting the prescription and selecting lens powers.
Many styles and powers are held in stock for same day delivery if ordered before 1.00 pm. However, a bit of forward planning will be needed for complex prescriptions requiring a custom made pair of goggles, as they can take a few weeks to be glazed Call our friendly and helpful team on 0330 660 0796 for details.
Or why not treat them to a new swimming backpack, aqua sack, goggle pouch or towel?
For an ideal stocking filler for children, we stock a fun selection of swimming toys and games. Some are aimed at infants and pre-schoolers, others help older children gain confidence underwater. Prices start from £7.50.
All of these gifts can be ordered from the comfort of your own home and delivered direct to your door.
We recommend allowing a few weeks longer for goggle orders to arrive, as Royal Mail experience their busiest time of year. We do offer next day Special Delivery for urgent orders and the latest recommended posting dates for Christmas 2015 for the UK are as follows
Let us help you solve some of your Christmas gift dilemmas for swimmers with prescription swimming goggles, diving masks and accessories.
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Now is the time to check if your prescription goggles have survived the winter at the bottom of your swim bag, or if you can still see clearly through the lenses. With summer on its way, you may want to think about changing from clear to tinted or even mirrored lenses.
“As an optometrist and regular swimmer, I enjoy sourcing a wide range of goggles and masks to help you see well in the pool, sea or spa.”
James Sutton (MCOptom)
Founder of Prescription Swimming Goggles