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Lenspen LensPen Lens Cleaner (Black)

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Lenspen LensPen Lens Cleaner (Black)
Key Features
  • Cleans Lenses, Eyepieces, Scopes, & More
  • Concave Cleaning Tip for Better Fit
  • Retractable Dust-Removal Brush
  • Long-Lasting Non-Liquid Cleaning Element
The black LensPen Lens Cleaner is a small, lightweight, pen-shaped cleaning tool, designed for camera lenses and other optical items. Its 0.47" (12mm) cleaning tip is slightly concave, making it especially compatible with the convex shape of lenses on digital SLR cameras, binoculars, rifle scopes, and more. A retractable brush is included for dust removal.
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question

what are the brush bristles made of?
Asked by: charleen r.
This LensPen brush's bristles are made of lens-safe polymers, while the opposite Cleaning Tip surface is covered with a special Invisible Carbon compound that removes the fingerprint oils.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2019-12-17

Does this clean fingerprint smudges off lenses? ...

Does this clean fingerprint smudges off lenses? How does it compare to wet and dry cloth solutions?
Asked by: Allen
Yes.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-11-19

Can you use this for the oculus quest...it ...

Can you use this for the oculus quest...it specifically says use a microfiber cloth.
Asked by: Jason
The OCULUS quest optics are plastic with a coating, oculus says use a microfiber cloth only and absolutely no liquids at all. On Reddit a user claimed that this product using the carbon dust WOULD infact scratch the lenses.
Answered by: Jason
Date published: 2020-01-24

When retracted are the bristles sealed or are the ...

When retracted are the bristles sealed or are the tips exposed?
Asked by: Richard
The bristles will be retracted completely, but in order to seal them, you need to put the cap on the pen.
Answered by: llinelva
Date published: 2021-09-30

question

Can it be used to clean sensors?
Asked by: Anonymous
Definitely not - get a sensor cleaning kit, or have a tech do that very delicate work.
Answered by: Aaron
Date published: 2020-01-24
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