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LensPen® OutdoorPro™ Kit Keeps Lenses Clean and Photos Sharp

The holidays are just around the corner. And with them comes the question of what to get the hikers, birdwatchers and outdoor photographers on your list. They always take their cameras and binoculars, but do they remember a way to keep them clean? A dusty or foggy lens can ruin a great photo or affect the view.

The new LensPen® OutdoorPro™ kit includes everything you need to keep optics clean, whether hiking a dusty trail or out on the lake at dawn: LensPen Original, MiniPro II®, MicroKlear™ and FogKlear™. All designed with a specific job in mind, and all included in a compact nylon carrying case that fits on a belt.

The LensPen Original and MiniPro II keep lenses clean, and they’re easy to use outdoors. Both function the same way: slide out the brush end first and use it to effectively remove all loose dust and dirt from the lens or eyepiece. If fingerprints remain, just take the cap off the other end and the flexible chamois tip – which is impregnated with a carbon compound – is ready to tackle the toughest prints. It’s essentially the same principle that makes the use of newspapers still a popular home remedy for cleaning windows: it’s the same carbon compound as one of the main components used in printer’s ink. Use the Original to clean DSLRs and binoculars; MiniPro II for compact digital cameras and binocular eyepieces.

Use MicroKlear, an incredibly soft microfiber cleaning cloth, to clean the housings of digital cameras, binoculars, camcorders – any non-lens surfaces that need cleaning. And when back home, just toss it in the washer, and tumble dry. FogKlear offers strong anti-fog protection in a natural fiber cloth – more than 200 anti-fog applications per cloth.

Use everything in the OutdoorPro kit with confidence – from extreme desert heat or arctic cold – knowing that it can’t harm the gear, and is environmentally friendly. LensPen products are RoHS compliant and meet even California’s rigid Proposition 65 standards. And they sure can do a lot of good for the lenses.

All this and a LensPen OutdoorPro kit costs less than $35!

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