It has been 25 years since LensPen introduced their proprietary carbon cleaning technology as a quick, effective and safe way to remove grease and fingerprints from cameras, binoculars, scopes and other fine optics.
“For photographers and outdoor enthusiasts LensPen is not just an accessory, it’s a necessity,” Ryan Keating, Vice President of Sales and Marketing said. “LensPen products are perfect for cleaning the finest precision optics in all environments, including desert heat and arctic cold. And they last. Most LensPen products will clean at least 500 times.”
LensPen re-engineered its original style with a new ergonomic design and twist-off cap in 2012.
Two years later LensPen introduced Invisible Carbon which features LensPen cleaning technology with a lighter color carbon.
“The biggest names in the camera and outdoor markets trust LensPen to clean their fine optics,” Keating said. “Nikon, Sony, Leupold, Schmidt & Bender are among our OEM partners that put their names on LensPen products.”
And so does the United States military. The U.S. Marine Corps issues a LensPen with every Trijicon ACOG riflescope, and NASA counts on the SensorKlear Loupe Kit to keep dust off their optics and sensors in a zero-gravity environment.
LensPen cleans fine optics with a simple two-step process. First, use the natural brush to remove any loose dust or dirt. Next, twist the cap off the other end and use the carbon in the cleaning tip to remove any dirt, grease or fingerprints from the lens.
New: LensPen for Drones
LensPen has introduced a line of products designed for cleaning lenses and filters on drones. The cleaning power of carbon is the safe, effective way to remove the dust and grease that accumulate quickly on drone lenses and filters.
LensPen products are available at Amazon, Best Buy, B&H and other fine optics retailers. They’re environmentally friendly and have no expiration date.