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Swimming goggles mod to self-equalise?

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adrian.u

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I'm curious if anyone else has tried some kind of mod so normal swimming goggles (well-fitting, no-leak) can 'self-equalise' when freediving(/spearing)?
I can see a few potential benefits: very low volume (little air needed for to eq goggles), nose-clip allows hands-free eq (y), maybe improved MDR from water on face.

If you have experimented with such a thing, how did you do the mod, and how well did they work?
(Mine seemed fine down nearly 30m, and I reckon could go a lot deeper... -if any freedivers/spearos out there are interested in trying something a bit... 'different'... :giggle: let me know!)
 
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