OnCourse Goggles

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OnCourse Goggles get results. Our award winning open water swimming goggles have built in navigation to help you swim straight in open water, especially for open water competition and triathlons. They are the only device for swimmers that tell you where you are going, rather than where you have been. Race Legal, our open water swimming  goggles are approved for all sanctioned events by USAT, IRONMAN, WTC and LIFE TIME. Our patented technology will keep athletes on course and on their way to their personal best. OnCourse Goggles reduce anxiety, save precious energy and improve performance by reducing zig-zag. After establishing a target bearing for the electronic compass with the press of a button, the direction of the user is monitored by the micro-controller. Colored LEDs above the lenses inform the user if they are on course, or have deviated from the target as well as the severity. OnCourse Goggles utilize a 3D electronic compass, 3D accelerometer, rechargeable LiPo battery and an integral GNSS (GPS) Module. OnCourse Goggles have two selectable modes of operation: Basic mode (Compass only) and Drift Mode (Compass plus GNSS). Watch the simulation video.

OnCourse Goggles are assembled in Chamblee, Georgia USA

Learn About Our Good Fit Guarantee

You will love these goggles. We are so confident that we designed OnCourse Goggles to comfortably fit the widest possible range of facial geometries, that we offer our Customers this guarantee: If you find that your OnCourse Goggles do not fit for any reason, or if the silicone gaskets do not create a proper seal around your eye sockets, you may return the goggles to us for a full refund within 30 days of purchase date.

Our Lens Replacement Program

Our lenses have a scratch resistant coating. Over years of testing and development we have not experienced any excessive scratching of the lenses during normal use. In our first product offering, the lenses are not replaceable by the user. If necessary, we will replace the lenses or the goggles, at our discretion, free of charge, within the first twelve months from the purchase date, subject to limitations. The goggles must be returned to us for lens replacement. Lenses that show signs of physical abuse, improper care, intentional scratching not associated with normal use or only minor cosmetic abrasion that does not affect optical clarity will be returned to the Customer or replaced at a minor cost to the Customer.

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OnCourse Goggles get results.  Our award winning OnCourse Goggles help you swim straight in open water, especially for open water competition and triathlons. Race Legal, our open water swimming  goggles are approved for all sanctioned events by USAT, IRONMAN, WTC and LIFE TIME. Our patented technology will keep athletes on course and on their way to their personal best. OnCourse Goggles reduce anxiety, save precious energy and improve performance by reducing zig-zag. After establishing a target bearing for the electronic compass with the press of a button, the direction of the user is monitored by the micro-controller. Colored LEDs above the lenses inform the user if they are on course, or have deviated from the target as well as the severity. OnCourse Goggles utilize a 3D electronic compass, 3D accelerometer, rechargeable LiPo battery and an integral GNSS (GPS) Module. OnCourse Goggles have two selectable modes of operation: Basic mode (Compass only) and Drift Mode (Compass plus GNSS).

The goggles feature polarized lenses, anti-fog coating, UV protection, good field of vision, and a comfortable strap. Can be charged with any USB port or charger. Battery life in Compass Mode is more than 24 hours. Supplied with a dual port USB automotive adapter rated at 3.1 amps, a beautiful padded mesh carrying bag and a white silicone USB cable that can be used with OnCourse Goggles, Samsung Phones (micro USB) and other micro USB devices. One cable can be used across multiple devices.

The goggles were designed for swimmers looking for an inner orbit fit (inner eye fit). This specific shape covers swimmers that have the most common size eye sockets, or are accustomed to goggles that fit within the eye socket (Most all swimmers). The soft silicone gaskets in our goggles provide extended comfort over longer periods of time.

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Weight .36 lbs
Dimensions 6.5 × 2.6 × 2.6 in
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Customer Reviews

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Stan Groom
Work well

Tried these out, they definitely reduce course anxiety. They do require more sightings and corrections if in a strong cross wind and using the goggles in "Basic Mode". The final leg in the map was down wind. I would recommend. They definitely help me keep my face in the water and improve my swimming efficiency.

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Tina Nicolai
I can see clearly now!!!

Prior to OnCourse Goggles, I was zigzagging my way through the triathlon open water swim. Ugh! Wasted effort and time. OnCourse Goggles have me seeing a clear direction and staying on course! Highly recommend for swimmers who want to transfer their pool lane lines to lakes and open water!

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Peter Gourlas
OnCourse goggles are a must for races

These goggles make a massive difference. Over the years I have often swum a few extra hundred meters, and been directed by the event staff that I am off course. All very frustrating and exhausting. With the OnCourse goggles, I am swimming in a perfectly straight line, and only have to sight at each boy, allowing me to relax and concentrate purely on swimming. Have swum my fastest ever 1.9K in an IM70.3 using these goggles. Much better value for money if you are looking to save time and energy in a race compared to super expensive carbon wheels that may only save a minute or two. Below is tracking from my Garmin for a swim without, and with (in a race).

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Andrew Patterson
They work as advertised. Plus, they're excellent googles even without the tech!

I bought these on Kickstarter and I'm very happy that they do what they promise.I need all the help I can get sighting and this may just be the answer. They are super easy to calibrate and use, and I found that it was simple to reset the course (when you turn a corner in the swim) to a new heading - it just takes a simple tap on the side. The lights are super easy and clear and are in the periphery of your vision (on top) and do not interfere with your field of vision. They do not blind you in any way.

They just work. I love them and I can't wait to start racing with them.

I did a review of them on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/WfDVYY2Juf0

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John Vales
Recommended by Former Skeptic

I was a skeptic, so I put the goggles to the test with a buddy during a lake swim. I usually zig-zag and correct a lot when I swim. I really could not believe how well these googles work to keep you on course. I set the target, then swam freestyle for 700 meters while my buddy followed me in a kayak. I did not sight the target at all and only turned my head to breathe. As I neared the end of the course, my buddy sounded an air horn for me to stop and I found myself about 20 feet from the target. The feedback was easy to follow and I was able to focus on my breathing and pace. For the return trip, I set the target and once again swam without sighting. When my buddy blew the air horn, I sighted and found myself at my target near the shore.

Those two swims should have convinced me, but my friend suggested that I turn the goggles OFF, then try the course again without sighting. With the goggles OFF, I was only able to swim about 50 feet before I heard the horn signaling me to stop because I was so far off course. We tried this a few times and I could not swim straight without the guidance in the goggles.

For the final test, I swam and sighted 'normally" while my friend watched the line from the shore. I followed the feedback in the goggles and my friend said that he saw me swim off course but then correct slightly. He could tell when I was receiving feedback to correct. It was so cool to see the target right in front of me every single time that I sighted while using the goggles. Swimming with the goggles gave me more confidence and really kept me on course. Buy these goggles.

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