Engine. It’s Time.

  5 Davis Wuolle | June 29th, 2012 | Featured, Gear, U.S. Olympic Trials

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4 years 3 months ago

I’m curious to see if Engine will last longer than Q Swimwear. 5 months?

4 years 3 months ago

John – Engine is already big in Australia, so they have a strong foundation on which to build an American arm.

Roque Santos
4 years 3 months ago


Q Swimwear is still around.

4 years 3 months ago

John, that was an intentional low blow – this is a tough business and we should be appreciative that people are trying.

I was going to buy a pair and review it on my blog but I can figure out the Australian sizes.

4 years 3 months ago

Dear John. I was thrilled to see Engine think BIG & virtually sponsor Swimswam’s US Trials.

I use Engine gear their swimmers are top quality & gorgeous & can withstand both pool & ocean with the corresponding chlorine & salt & waves Their goggles ( use Burst ) leave no marks even after 2 hours .I use their hand paddles & large mesh bag Which always makes me happy to see bright pink in the car boot as I get set to train.I have not lost a single item since purchasng this because I like to look at it & can see if I am missing stuff.. I I don’t look my best in caps but I sure am looking forward to a trying the Domes. They look very sleek not like the Speedo stupid things.

Engine products are a work of art. Even better they work so well.

BTW I am an average height weight for a female swimmer 5’6 & 1/2 & 145ilbs & wear size 10 for most but the scantier Santorini styles are higher cut & less butt coverage so I go up to a 12. I have not tried the bikinis again the 10 if you like skimpy & the 12 for more coverage.

Cheers guys & good site.


About Davis Wuolle

Davis Wuolle

Davis Wuolle helped found and launch SwimSwam at its inception in 2012. Davis designed and developed SwimSwam.com, utilizing over nine years of web development and design experience. Davis graduated in 2013 from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada where he specialized in Materials Engineering with a focus on Product …

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