FORM announce new endless pool capability for their Smart Swim Goggles​


FORM, the sports wearable technology company behind the FORM Smart Swim Goggles, have announced a new exclusive partnership with Jacuzzi Brands LLC, including Jacuzzi®, Hydropool®, ThermoSpas® and SwimLife.

Through the partnership, endless pool swimmers will now also be able to experience the FORM Smart Swim Goggles' patented display and optics currently available for pool and open water swimming.

Available to users immediately, the update marks the first connected swim experience catered to endless pool users.

Swimmers with compatible endless pools will have the ability to configure the speed setting on their pool to their FORM Goggles, enabling them to see their distance. FORM claim this is a "game changer" for swim spa swimmers, creating "a more engaging meaningful swim experience with no more guessing".

FORM founder and CEO Dan Eisenhardt, said: "We’re thrilled to be partnering with Jacuzzi, a brand with an established track record of elevating people’s lifestyles, to complete the swim experience provided by the FORM goggles.

“Swimmers can now access real-time performance metrics whether they’re training in the pool, in open water or in swim spas. Our goal at FORM has always been to make the swim experience better for everyone. With this partnership, swimmers can truly make the most out of their swimming year-round, however they choose to train.”

See our review of the FORM Smart Swim Goggles here.




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