Monday, February 29, 2016

Consumer Critique: Frogglez® Goggles


Christian Hahn's 4-year-old daughter was struggling like everyone else, trying to make her goggles comfortable. Normal goggles pull out hair, create that Dumbo ear look, push on eyes, and water can seep into them as kids splash around. It took the fun out of watching his daughter learn to swim. So Christian went straight to his basement that night and cut up some old wet suits from his surfer days in California to create goggles that would stay on without the stress. The prototypes worked so well that other parents asked him where they could buy a pair. That's how Frogglez® Goggles, Made by my Dad™ was born.

From a basement to store shelves, Frogglez® Goggles quickly became a favorite among our cutest little fishies. They won Mom's Choice Awards and2nd place at the Grommet Product Pitch. They're also endorsed by Olympic finalist and Double Commonwealth Champion Chris Cook. They've been featured on the TODAY Show and in Parent Magazine, and credited for revolutionizing the swim goggle market. The patented design comes in pink, purple, green and blue. They exceed safety standards, Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act Standards (CPSIA) and California Prop 65 requirements. 
Frogglez® Goggles are:
Latex-Free
Phthalates-Free
Lead-Free
Formaldehyde-Free
Hassle-Free
Continuously Tested 
AND, THEY FLOAT!

They're available NOW at Bed Bath & Beyond, Buy Buy Baby, Kroger, Wal-Mart, Amazon.com, Costco.com, Target.com and several swim shops across the U.S.

I had a chance to try out Frogglez® and they were really just as advertised. They stayed put on both of my daughters' heads without a problem, and were much more comfortable to put on compared to traditional goggles. Because of the design, they got less snarled in the hair than rubber goggle straps, and the fit the eyes very well with no leaks. They're great for kids who are at all ages and swimming levels!

1 comment:

  1. How cute and what a great idea. Have a terrific week.

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