Speedo Competition Nose Clip

 
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Product Description

- Used by most synchronized swimmers- Made of rubber coated stainless steel- Low profile fit- One size fits all

Speedo's competiton-style nose clip is used by most synchronized swimmers. It is constructed of a rubber-coated stainless steel and has a low-profile fit for added comfort.

About Speedo
In 1914, Speedo was founded in Australia by Alexander MacRae, a 22-year-old Scottish immigrant who arrived in the country in 1910. The company began when MacRae Hosiery manufacturers, established by Alexander in 1914, extended the manufacture of underwear to swimwear and became MacRae Knitting Mills. A naming competition was held by the staff in 1928 and won by a Captain Parsonson, who coined the slogan, "Speed on in your Speedos." In 1929, the first swimsuits were in production and it didn't take long for Speedo to successfully establish itself. World War II caused the brand turn over 90% of it's manufacturing to war production, providing the armed services with vital equipment such as mosquito nets. After the war, Speedo opened a new factory and was able to re-establish itself, due to increased demand for swimsuits. In 1951, Speedo Knitting Mills (Holdings) Ltd, was incorporated and became a publicly traded company on the Sydney Stock exchange.

Speedo hit the international stage in earnest, at the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games, and a few years later the brand grew on a more global scale. Export sales to the USA began and an international division was set up to monitor trade in New Zealand, Japan and South Africa. The expansion of the brand continued, and in 1976, Speedo was appointed as the official swimwear for the 1976 Montreal Olympics, where 52 out of 54 countries wore their swimsuits.

Speedo continues to make its mark in the pool and on the beach today. Many world class athletes who wear Speedo include U.S. phenomenon Michael Phelps, legendary Australian swimmer Grant Hackett, world record holder Kosuke Kitajima from Japan, and Holland's Inge de Bruijn.

Features:
  • Will keep water from going in your nose
  • Used by most synchronized swimmers
  • Low-profile fit
  • 6 month warranty
  • Rubber coated stainless steel

Customer Reviews:

  • noseclips for freediving
    I use these noseclips for freediving world record attempts. They have never slipped or come off during a freedive (which would be disastrous)....more info
  • comfy and effective
    I used these nose clips when diving for sponges off the coast of Belize. I was able to wear them for over two hours without discomfort. Not a drop of water in my nose. My only complaint is that the color is unattractive. ...more info
  • These do work well.
    As a syncronized swimmer, I have used almost all of the brands of noseplugs out there. These are the best that I have found. They stay on when your upside-down, jumping in and out of the water, and even usually stay on when i get hit in the face.
    I've never had a problem with these, they keep the water out very well and stay on tight. If they are too tight or too lose, just bend it a little bit to fit....more info
  • The nose clips of choice for modified SLD
    For reasons that are obscure, a fair number of people lose weight if they use nose clips. No one is sure why, but for the people who are using SLD methods, including nose clips, this brand of nose clip is the nose clip of choice. So far there are about forty people experimenting with nose clips, and for what it is worth, they seem to be losing weight best with speedo.

    I'm nonplussed by it, but if you are browsing around for SLD method weight loss and have come to this advertisement, you've found the nose clips on Amazon that everyone else bought....more info
  • Worth 99 cents
    Terrible product. I had several pair in the past but they have really cheapened this product. The wire is so thin and flimsy. The rubber wont hold to your nose. Every flip turn I do the pop off half down the lane. I suspect they are made in China. Disappointing coming from Speedo.
    ...more info
  • Don't worry about lost grip on your nose.
    It stays tight on your nose and does not lose its tightness like other nose clips I have had....more info
  • Can't find these in stores anywhere in the SF Bay Area! Thanks Amazon!
    Im a long time swimmer, synchronized and lap swimming... these are a staple for me - the new plastic ones don't work. I have been unable to find them in stores anywhere in the SF Bay Area. Nice to be able to depend on getting the "hard to find" items on Amazon. Amazon Rocks! Thanks!...more info
  • Good while they stayed on!
    I used this without any issue for weeks in an indoor pool, and they were doing their job very nicely! However, on my first open-water swim (a moderate current river) they fell off after about 300 meters. Good while they lasted, but sadly they couldn't weather anything rougher then a pool and stay on. ...more info
  • Good clip, but doesn't float.
    I use the nose clip for swimming, and like it. It is easy to put on and take off, and easy to adjust. The one big improvement that could be made, would be for it to float. I'm sure if I used this when I was a kid playing in the pool or beach I would have lost it by now....more info
  • I don't swim without it.
    I bought this one to replace an identical one that still worked but was starting to show its use and age. It is a great aid in my endurance swimming....more info
  • REALLY WORKS
    I found it a little tight, but it works very well..

    JON...more info

 

 
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