TODAYS PATENT- SWIMMING GOOGES WITH NOSE PROTECTION
The Swimming goggle with nose protection arrangement was invented by Terry Chow on the 18th of May 1999, bearing patent number US5903929A.
The above mentioned invention is a swimming goggle with an instrument that stops water form going inside the eye and nose of the user. The swimming goggles comprises of two frames and a connecting bridge between the two frames. There is an engaging member which has two legs that extends through aligned first slots and second slots. This engaging member is made up of flexible and rigid material which prevents distortion of the bridge and protects the user’s nose. Each frame has straps attach to it which are interconnected between the buckles, these buckles can be adjusted according to the user’s fittings. The bridge has two receptacles in two ends which is adjacent to the frames. Each frame has a space which receives a lens and interconnects with the receptacle.