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Question Octopus fluid goggles

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HENP

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I'm looking for fluid goggles.

Have you guys used the octopus fluid goggles?
How was it?
 

hansa123

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I would like to bump this thread. The price seems reasonable. Do they work with regular contact lenses? Any experience with them is much appreciated!

 

rol.nd

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I would like to bump this thread. The price seems reasonable. Do they work with regular contact lenses? Any experience with them is much appreciated!


While I do not have experience, I had the same question for their fluid goggles and asked their support the following via mail (in March 2021): "Is it possible to use the fluid goggles with (soft) contact lenses? Or would advise against using contact lenses with your fluid goggles?"

They kindly responded with the following answer: "" It is not very recommended to wear contact lenses with fluid goggles, because your eyes and lenses are in direct contact with sea water or a saline solution. But it is also a question of the type of lenses (1 day lenses/ monthly lenses etc...) and of the personal comfort (to open the eyes in contact with sea water /saline solution. To be on the safe side, we suggest asking the professional where you purchase the lenses ! "

I personally didn't buy based on the response, but maybe it helps you, or you could get more professional advice in your area.
 

hansa123

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Thank you, that is really helpful. Given that info, I doubt that they work well with contact lenses. Too bad :/
 
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