If you don't have perfect vision and struggle with wearing contacts then you know the hazzle of wearing glasses underneath your goggles. YouZee Prescription Goggle Inserts is the solution to that problem.
YouZee Inserts are made in Sweden and customized by our optometrists to fit your prescription. The inserts are fitted with premium RX lenses (CR39) by Hoya. Octalock™ lets the inserts fit in all goggle brands securely and they are super easy to move between different goggles in less than 5 seconds. Perfect if you need to change goggles because of weather conditions, light conditions or you're using them for a different sport.
YouZee Prescription goggle inserts fits all goggle- and mask brands on the market today. We don't recommend that you use OTG (over the glasses) goggles with YouZee Inserts because they will get the wrong placement and end up too far away from the eyes. Additionally the foam and construction of OTG goggles is too weak to correctly support the inserts.
The price includes free express shipping worldwide as well as an anti-fog cloth that can be used up to 60 times.
Don't have your prescription?
If you do not have your prescription, request it from your optician. It must contain:
- your prescription for distance - PD distance (pupil distance, the measurement between your eyes).
Orders from countries outside EU: We offer VAT free purchases on orders from Non-EU countries. Please note that local charges (customs duty, sales tax etc.) can occur, depending on your region and local customs duties. These charges are at your own expense. YouZee can not, and has no responsibility for such taxes, charges, duties, etc.
YouZee Clip-In is manufactured at Plastteknik, Ostvik, Skelleftea in the North of Sweden.
The material is a Polyamid PA12 called TR90. This material is extremely tough and durable, regardless of high or low temperatures.
A clip from the manufacturing:
Our supplier of lenses is Japanese Hoya and is one of the leading manufacturers of quality lenses in the world. The material is called CR39. In the event of a larger visual errors, we use lenses of higher index, all in order for your Clip-In to work optimally.