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New Open Access Invention To Revolutionize Eye Protection

Postby Toby » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:32 pm

Seagoggs News:

New Open Access Invention To Revolutionize The Eye Protection Industry As We Know It.


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Only 21 Days Left To Pre-Order Our Extremely Discounted KiteSurf Goggles before launch date!

SEAGOGGS announces, the PRE-SALE launch of its innovative eye protection goggles. The Seagoggs “Torpedo” features a patented open side access design that fully seals the goggles to one's face but reveals access to the side of the eye. This design prevents water spray and sweat from reaching the eyes all while eliminating fog.

SEAGOGGS prides itself on quality, each goggle is American made and thoroughly inspected to meet our strict standards. This quality check is important due to the extreme conditions these goggles are subject to; as the slogan suggests “Built for the Rough, Not the Tiki Bar”.

SEAGOGGS, offers eye protection to those who participate in extreme water sports such as surfing, stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, jetskiing, kitesurfing, water skiing, and boating. The Seagoggs “Torpedo” is polarized, UV rated, FDA impact approved, float and are constructed using the latest in over-mold technology.

The goggles come with a range of accessories. This includes a microfiber cloth, microfiber bag, 100% neoprene safety leash and nylon air dry vented case. You can view an interesting range of color combinations and lens types at our Pre-Sale page located at: http://igg.me/p/273026/x/1731570

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About Seagoggs Inc.
Our main site at www.seagoggs.com is now under the last details of completion and planning to open just before shipping the first units at the start of new year.
Seagoggs Inc is owned and operated by extreme sports enthusiasts based in Winter Garden, Florida. The brand is dedicated to the safety and comfort of those who participate in demanding action water sports. Using the latest in technology and design, Seagoggs Inc, is revolutionizing the way we see the eye protection industry.

American made, here in Florida, Seagoggs are made to last.

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Arman Hedayat
720 Business Park Blvd Suite 10
Winter Garden, FL 34787
(407) 877-1355
Arman@Seagoggs.com

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Re: New Open Access Invention To Revolutionize Eye Protectio

Postby Kiteus Maximus » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:46 pm

I hope he reaches his funding goal but it looks like time is running out. He should post this on www.kickstarter.com which is much more popular for funding start-ups.

Good luck. I would buy a pair if they were available today.

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Re: New Open Access Invention To Revolutionize Eye Protectio

Postby Toby » Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:19 pm

very interesting concept for sure!

Let's hope it comes true!

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Re: New Open Access Invention To Revolutionize Eye Protectio

Postby Kite2Heaven » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:56 am

Good luck with your launch - I am curious though as to what happens if you are not looking directly at the spray....


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