Can I use the goggles if I need vision correction?
The goggles were made to be used by as many people as possible. The display is designed so you don’t have to adjust your focus away from your surroundings to read it.
If you are far-sighted (hyperopia/presbyopia), meaning you can see distant objects clearly, then you should be able to see the display in our goggles well. This includes people that use reading glasses.
If you are near-sighted (myopia), meaning you can see nearby objects clearly but distant objects are blurry, then your ability to see the display may be affected. If you are comfortable in the pool without corrective lenses it is likely you'll be able to see the display in our goggles. However, if you need corrective lenses normally when you swim, then it's likely you will need them to see the display. We do not have any plans currently to provide a prescription version of the goggles.
Other conditions such as astigmatism, glaucoma, macular degeneration, etc. may affect your ability to see the display.
The goggles are reversible, so you can try both eyes if one has better vision than the other.