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Swimming in New Zealand. Each year there are 20 million visits to public swimming pools, 3.5 million people visit beaches, 4.5 million go boating, more than 1.1 million participate in swimming and more than 700,000 go fishing. New Zealand’s coastline is the 10th longest in the world, measuring about 14,000km. It provides great places for people to swim, dive and have various activities in the water and have fun.

It has become the most popular sport for girls and boys aged 0-14. Swimming also remains a sport of choice beyond children, ranking in the top 5 most popular sport-related activities for males and females across every other age group.
Besides swimming, there are other water-related activities that have attracted many people. There are now more water parks, and aquatic facilities have been expanded with new features including water slides and kid-friendly areas. The availability of both natural and man-made water resources in New Zealand is a blessing.
Therefore, why not take advantage to swim more and have more fun in the water?
Is it important to wear swim goggles? Yes, protecting your eyes is the main purpose of goggles. Chemicals are added to swimming pool water to maintain its cleanliness and hygienic conditions. Chlorine is the most commonly used chemical that often irritates the eyes. Red and itchy eyes are a common reaction to chlorine. In addition to injuring your eyes, seawater can infect you with bacteria and viruses and cause cornea swelling.
For contact lenses, it is not recommended to wear contact lenses in the water.
Wearing contact lenses could run the risk of getting bacteria in your eyes, which can lead to an infection.
Chlorine and salt water can dry out your contacts, making them extremely difficult to remove. If you do decide to wear contacts, please consider wearing goggles to help protect your eyes.
Using swim goggles is the best way to protect your eyes from all the chemicals in the swimming pool. It will enhance visibility and makes it comfortable and much easier to move your body underwater. Whether it is outdoors or indoors, the clear vision under the water gives the confidence for swimming and diving.

The number one objective of Swimfun New Zealand is to make you see clearly in the water by providing prescription swimming goggles and prescription diving masks. In addition, our goggles and all masks can support different lens power for your right and left eyes and can be customized to fit your prescription needs. If you have difficulty choosing the right lens diopter, please refer to our page below or contact adminnz@swimfun.co.nz
https://swimfun.co.nz/choose-corrective-lens/

We also provide non-prescription swimming goggles and masks to meet different demands on goggles. We provide different types of goggles to meet your various purposes. Such as:
• Small frame and low-profile goggles mainly for racing and training purposes.
• Colour-tinted lenses can keep certain glares away and it is good for both indoor and outdoor environments.
• Mirrored lenses have strong UV protection and are particularly good outdoors or in an environment with bright lights.

There are various shapes and sizes of goggles and masks. Each one will need to choose one which suits his or her face. One type of goggles may well suit one person but would not suit another person.
Swimfun New Zealand provides easy return policy. This will avoid customers’ buying risks.
Any kind of feedback or opinions will be appreciated. Let us work together to let you see clearly and have fun in the water!