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Old 12-18-2012, 01:47 PM   #1
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Question Question about goggles

Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone knows the policies at Atlantis regarding goggles on the waterslides? I wear contacts and they tend to move around/have come very close to falling out when I've been on other waterpark slides. Usually I just have to keep my eyes closed so they stay put. All in all, it's kind of unpleasant and takes away from the fun.

Does anyone have the same problem? Were you able to keep your goggles on while using the slides at Atlantis? And even if you were allowed, did they come off? Thanks!
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Goggles are fine there. My daughter and I both have prescription goggles and wore them all day on several slides.

If you don't want to wear contacts, check out various websites for prescription swim goggles. They come in various "standard" prescriptions and you can usually get them close to what your real prescription is. You can get them for usually about $25-$50 or so.
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Goggles are fine there. My daughter and I both have prescription goggles and wore them all day on several slides.

If you don't want to wear contacts, check out various websites for prescription swim goggles. They come in various "standard" prescriptions and you can usually get them close to what your real prescription is. You can get them for usually about $25-$50 or so.
Great, that's just what I wanted to hear! I'll look into prescription goggles. Thanks
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