FORM Swim Goggles

Goggles with an AR display. See your metrics while you swim.

The FORM Swim Goggles are the first premium swim goggles with a see-through, augmented-reality display that delivers performance metrics in real time.

Our Mission: To break down the barriers between what swimming is and what it could be.
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Hi everyone πŸ‘‹ We're pumped to launch the FORM Swim Goggles today on Product Hunt. Developed over the past four years in collaboration with top competitive swimmers and coaches, including former Olympians, the FORM Swim Goggles make training smarter, more purposeful, and more engaging for swimmers of all levels. Launching alongside the FORM Swim Goggles is the FORM Swim App. This app enables swimmers and coaches to review and share workouts recorded by the FORM Swim Goggles as well as to track progress over time. It also gives swimmers the freedom to customize exactly which metrics are displayed in the goggles and when each metric appears: while swimming, after turns, or during rest. They are now available for purchase on our website: We're here all day answering questions about our new swim goggles πŸŠπŸŠβ€β™€οΈπŸ₯½
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These look awesome! Nice work Form team!
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This is the coolest!!! So excited to get my hands on one. Game changer for sure
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Really impressed with video and pitch. The public has had a hard time grasping the concept of the future of Augmented Reality, and this seems to be a great product to introduce them to what layered, beneficial information looks like in everyday life. Not a swimmer, but if I was...
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@kleinkleinklein Thanks Matt! You're spot on. Dan, our founder/CEO, is a big believer in using AR to solve real problems. Swimming is the perfect use case for it. With the FORM Swim Goggles, swimmers are finally able to train the way runners, cyclists, and triathletes do: by monitoring their metrics in the moment and making corrections on the fly. This simply isn't possible with other technology, including wrist-worn trackers.
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