Just saw this topic. I really, really like my Magic 5 goggles and have about 4 different colors for indoor /outside swimming. I've also given several gift-cards as gifts. The very first pair I received was less comfortable than I imagined and on my first dive off the blocks in a meet, the band separated from the goggles. The company is VERY responsive to their customer's needs and will do anything, even refund 100% and keep the goggles if they just don't work for you. My friend felt guilty about that, but I assured them the company wants a good experience for everybody.
Yes, anti fog never lasts too long, especially with the time I spend in the pool. I just keep a travel bottle of baby shampoo for my pre-swim routine.
Two very important additions they do for me (ask for this):
1. Have them put extra foam padding around the eye sockets, much more comfortable.
2. Add extra adhesive at the band attachment. I've swam many events since my first pair and have had zero problems with my block starts..
I got mine a week ago. They are very nice and comfortable. They go in the rotation. If they do not fit call them because the scan may have not been accurate. Customization via machine learning is still subject to imprecision. Mine fit perfectly when I got them and I have no issues. All goggles eventually fog.
Unfortunately we were unable to get it right for my goggles. I did two scans/2 orders. The main problem was pressure on the top of my eyes. It was very uncomfortable. I offered to work with them for a third try but we both decided a full refund was in order. Hopefully they'll get this technology down right soon.
I got mine a few days ago. They leak occasionally and aren’t a great fit. So I’ll have to send back for a rescan. It’s kind of disappointing that I have to go thru the extra troubles. My teammates speak very highly of the product but it’s too bad that I had a bad experience with them.
I've tried them a lot and really liked them. They look great too. Having used about every goggle under the sun [nothing will ever replace my Swedes ;)] I was a bit skeptical about them having gotten targeted ads for the goggles on Instagram and Facebook.
However, after reading the review of TheMagic5 swim goggles on YourSwimBook I gave them a try. A lane-mate had tried them twice but couldn't get the fit to... fit.
The pros of the goggles are that they don't have to be worn so tight (no headaches and reduced raccoon eyes), the diamond-shaped lens look pretty badass, lots of color/tint options, and once you get over the fact that they don't have to be worn so tightly, they are really comfortable. Customer service, as mentioned in other comments in this thread, was also on point.
The cons: Takes a while to get them, and I wouldn't trust them to not fall off when diving into the water as they aren't designed to be worn tightly. As a result, I stick with my Swedes or Arena Cobras for swim meets.
But they are a fantastic daily driver swim goggle for training.