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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Comfortable Swim Goggles For Kids - Frogglez® Review + Giveaway

Comfortable Swim Goggles For Kids - Frogglez® Review + Giveaway

Link to my review on Amazon:




***My Personal Review***

Does your child love to swim but hates to wear goggles?  We all know that if swimming in a chlorinated pool they really should have goggles on to protect their precious eyes.  And those cheap goggles you get in the store are not comfortable to wear at all - trust me been there done that!  My daughter is 8 and has Williams syndrome and that comes with some pretty severe sensory issues and most of them revolve around her head.  So getting her to wear anything is difficult, especially if she doesn't like it.  So I thought I would give these a spin and see - they are very comfortable to wear and they stretch nicely around the back of the head without being too tight.  Plus they stay on WAY better because the band is held by the back of their head.

My daughter actually WORE them which amazed me - and she accidentally went underwater one time and normally that is meltdown time but she did better having something over her eyes.  These come in 3 really pretty colors in this particular model - pink, blue and purple.  However take a look at their other products too because they do have some that are patterned and lots of choices!  They are made for ages 3 and up and the are perfect for the little heads, very well made and high quality :)  The band around the back is made of a soft material that doesn't pull hair which is great for kids.  These also come with a full money back guarantee so give them a whirl and see if your kids like them :)

And ... now for the GIVEAWAY!  Do you love these and want to win a pair?  Simply enter using the Rafflecopter below and in 7 days you could be a winner :)

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