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Speedo Vanquisher 2.0 Mirrored Swim Goggle

by Speedo
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Price: $11.99 - $49.88
  • Mirrored goggles designed for competition swimmers
  • Pearlescent mirrored filter minimizes glare and improves visibility
  • Expanded side view; rigid hard frame creates watertight seal
  • Low-profile fit; anti-fog polycarbonate lens; PVC- and latex-free
  • Interchangeable nosepiece with 4 different sizes

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Product Description

Product Description

If you like our original Vanquisher mirrored goggle, you will love this next generation Vanquisher 2.0 with 25% more peripheral vision. It has the same soft silicone seal and a new two color double headstrap with ergonomic clip for super easy adjustability and a snug watertight fit. The ultra mirrored lens reduces any glare and the Anti Fog coating will allow clear vision. This is definitely one of Speedo's most popular goggles!

Enjoy maximum visibility while swimming in outdoor pools with the Speedo Vanquisher 2.0 mirrored goggles. Designed for competition swimmers with a serious need for speed, the Vanquisher 2.0 goggles feature a pearlescent mirrored filter in the lens, minimizing glare and improving visibility. Add in an expanded side view and you can easily keep an eye on the competition. The goggles are also watertight, with a rigid hard frame that creates a watertight seal and a low-profile fit that keeps the goggles close to the face. Other features include soft silicone lens gaskets, an anti-fog polycarbonate lens, an interchangeable nosepiece with four different sizes, and 95+ UV protection. PVC- and latex-free, the Vanquisher 2.0 goggles come in several pastel colors.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001V8B22U
  • Item model number: 7500271
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (856 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #166 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The goggles fit very well and are adjustable.
By the fifth lap, they are fogged up, and the anti-fog coating has clearly (or not so clearly!)
The mirrored lenses are also perfect for outdoor swimming and are very dark.
S. Mcknight

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Werning on March 6, 2011
These goggles are hands-down the single most comfortable pair of goggles I have ever worn. They are soft, fit my eyes perfectly, never leave me with raccoon eyes, and are really comfortable. Not "not discomfortable", actually comfortable. They don't leak at all. They are really dynamite, I never even bother to take out my contacts when I swim with these.

They would be a perfect 5/5 stars, except that they fog so, so much, more than any other pair of goggles I have ever owned. They fog unbelieveably quickly, and refog very soon after rinsing. I bought three pairs. The first lasted not quite an hour (my normal swim length) before fogging up. In that time I had the clearest, best view I've ever experienced with any pair of goggles. But after that time, they would completely fog up by my second lap. I could rinse them and they would refog by the end of that lap. After three or four uses, I returned them to the store, exchanged them for a new set, and had exactly the same problem with the second pair starting with the second swim. I returned those, ordered a pair from Amazon, and had exactly the same problem on the very first use, so I infer that this is not a single bad batch but a common problem.

I swim in an outdoor, heated pool, but the air temperature can be anywhere from ~45/50 to ~75. I never touch the inside of my goggles, always rinse them before and after in fresh, nonchlorinated water, kept them in a case, follow all the good practices that are supposed to limit/delay fogging problems. I have been as good to these goggles as possible, and they still fog up. My cheaper, much less comfortable TYRs that I leave in my gym bag, which are scratched and sometimes leak a little, never fog, and so I have been using those more and more often. This is super frustrating, because they are so amazingly comfortable.
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56 of 63 people found the following review helpful By A. Wang on July 19, 2009
I've been a pair of the Vanquishers for a couple years now. I've previously owned the old version of the Vanquisher, but when I recently lost them, I decided to upgrade to the 2.0. These goggles have a very sleek design. I've been swimming competitively for a number of years (summer league, middle school and high school team), and the vanquishers have always been very reliable for me. They are very comfortable and have good suction so you don't have to worry about leaking or them flying off your head after a dive. Essentially, the vanquisher 2.0 is identical to the old model, except for superficial changes to the strap and, as advertised, 2.0 does have more peripheral vision...which I guess is cool... In the end however, I would recommend saving a few bucks and going with the old Vanquishers
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78 of 90 people found the following review helpful By nanmka on August 7, 2010
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I've used Speedo goggles for over 35 yrs. I like to swim at least a mile a day. These goggles were bought to replace my old day-use goggles.

Pros: The sun does not blind me doing the back stroke (important not to miss the mark and avoid wrist/head injury). Glare is completely gone. After changing the nose piece, the goggles don't bother me (even after a mile). The 2.0 Plus has better "side view". I can stay focused on the line and still see things to my side.

Cons: Do not use at night or low light. That's why I have two pair.

Neutral: Can't say anything about the anti-fog. I spit in my goggles and masks.

I give these goggles a 5 because they do what I expected them to do during day hours. My other pair is used at night.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Garret J. Smith on August 31, 2012
Color Name: Green/GoldSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I ordered these goggles on Amazon on June 20th, 2012 (got here a few days later) and it is August 31st 2012. Here are my thoughts on these goggles at this point.

-I swim at the very least four times a week (in a chlorinated pool - not the ocean or any fresh water), about an average of 1000 meters per swim session. Thus far, as of this writing that would be ABOUT 40 times used at the pool and about 40K meters.

-The clarity was quite superb at first - the goggles simply never fogged up and that was great. Unfortunately, I can't quite remember when that changed but I'd say about half way into the current state they're in that I've discussed above. The clarity even at this point is still enough to see everything you need to in the pool - to give an analogy: the clarity started off as if I was watching a crisp, Blu-ray movie and now they look like VHS - no biggy - still operational.

-These goggles provide a nice, wide angle of view - you can see anyone in the lanes beside you on either side in your peripheral vision just fine - at least I can - the goggles provide such a view.

-The biggest bonus for me that these goggles provide is that out of the 40 or so times I've used them at the pool since I've had them I can count on one hand how many times I've had to stop at one end of the pool to clear out water and adjust them - they do a fantastic job of staying on the face and keeping water out. I can only vouch, of course, for the shape/contours of my own face and maybe others might not have such luck but as it is - practically no water seeps in.

For how much money these cost you just can't go wrong with these - as mentioned already, I write this review not after a week or so of use but two and a half months and I'm still using them.
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