Zoggs have unveiled the Predator Flex Reactor, the latest in their range of amazing triathlon goggles.
A firm favourite with triathletes for their wide vision and comfortable fit, Zoggs have now produced the first ever version with photochromatic lenses, which react to changes in light intensity.
In bright sun, microscopic photochromic particles embedded in the lenses react to UV rays, darkening the optics and reducing brightness and the need to squint. Out of sunlight or in overcast / cloudy conditions the particles return to their previous state, letting through more light.
The Predator Flex Reactor was tried and tested during the summer of 2012 by groups of male and female open water / channel swimmers and triathletes in outdoor pools, indoor pools and from Shepperton Lake to the North Coast of Cyprus and the feedback was unanimous with testers commenting: “They were more reactive than I initially expected and seemed perfect in all conditions. I never noticed things being too light or too dark”
“I was so surprised how well they reacted. Completely clear indoors and very dark in bright sun-light”
Predator Flex Reactor will be launched at the bike & triathlon show at Manchester Central on 16-17 February 2013 and will be sold exclusively by Wiggle during the month of February.
See a video of the new Predator Flex Reactor goggles below: