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How to Make Air Bubble Goggles With Your Hands to See Clearly Underwater

Filmmaker Mitch Bergsma (a.k.a. “MicBergsma“) has created a great video back in 2011 where he demonstrates how to make a handy pair of bubble goggles by cupping your two hands around your eyes and lowering your head into water. His clever technique allows you to trap air in small pockets around your eyes and see […] The post How to Make Air Bubble Goggles With Your Hands to See Clearly Underwater appeared first on Laughing Squid.
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