POINT CLICK SWIM
NO ZIG. NO ZAG.
Most swimmers find it difficult to learn how to swim straight in open water towards a buoy or other target while training, swimming recreationally or during competition. In the absence of swimming lanes, swimmers tend to “zig-zag” through the water, wasting precious energy and slowing their performance. Many open water swimmers suffer from anxiety because there is no swimming lane and of course, there is no line visible at the bottom of the lake. In addition, many athletes avoid both the sport of open water swimming and competing in triathlons because of the swimming component, simply because they cannot swim straight in open water or master “sighting.”
Our patented point-and-click design will allow the athlete to store an electronic compass bearing with a single button press. This simple yet elegant design then provides real time feedback to the swimmer through a small LED array in each eyepiece. Using a variety of sensors OnCourse Goggles will analyze the direction you are swimming to help you swim straight in open water. As you veer off course, the LEDs will notify you what direction you need to swim in order to remain on course as well as the severity of deviation. Our technology also compensates for lateral currents of water and wind. The swimmer does not need to know the coordinates of the target.
Performance Gain 1500m Swim
Minutes Shaved Off 1500m Swim
Cost Compared to Others
- OnCourse Goggles Performance Boost 15% 15%
- Swim Skin Performance Boost 5% 5%
- Wet Suit Performance Boost 8% 8%
- Aerodynamic Helmet Perfomance Boost 1% 1%
- Aerodynamic Wheels Performance Boost 4% 4%
At half the cost of a wet suit, and less than one tenth of the cost of aerodynamic bicycle wheels, OnCourse Goggles will help you swim straight in open water and can deliver up to a 15% performance improvement, even for an accomplished swimmer. We analyzed a variety of performance enhancing gear such as swim skins, wet suits, aerodynamic helmets and aerodynamic bicycling wheels. Nothing compared to the time savings that are realized during triathlons by swimming in a straight line in open water with OnCourse Goggles.