We Love It: LensPen Outdoor Pro Kit

Safe, handy, easy to use ... keeping your optics clean has never been so simple!

by posted on September 22, 2020
Lenspen Micro Clear Lede

Are you a glasses wearer during the COVID-19 pandemic? You may have a right to condensation! All jokes aside, whether your optic of choice is a binocular, riflescope, camera lens or just your prescription glasses, there’s nothing more irritating than trying to see through a dirty, dusty or foggy lens. That’s why we’re stoked to hear that LensPen is coming out with its new OutdoorPro Kit, which is a grab-and-go solution you can count on in the field.

The NRA Women editorial staff has been relying on the original LensPen product to keep our optics field-ready for years, and that’s not an exaggeration. The LensPen is good for at least 500 cleanings. Now that the folks at LensPen have bundled it into their OutdoorPro Kit, it’s even better. The Kit includes the original LensPen, which is best for camera lenses, binos and spotting scopes; plus a MiniPro, which is best for mopping out those fussy little corners in eyepieces.

The OutdoorPro Kit also includes a favorite LensPen product: FogKlear anti-fog cloth. FogKlear is a pre-treatment that you use to keep your lenses from fogging up…and yes, that includes the glasses that your own breath clouds when you’re wearing a medical mask. The FogKlear cloth that comes in the kit is good for 200 applications.

The way the LensPen works is simple and effective. Just slide out the natural-brush end and whisk away any loose dust or dirt. If there’s any gunk left, just twist the cap off the other end and use the cleaning tip—infused with LensPen molecular carbon cleaning technology—to completely clean your optics. Every time you twist the cap back on, the carbon in the cleaning tip is recharged and ready for next time.

The LensPen OutdoorPro Kit for your optics was created to go with you into the field. It comes complete with a  MicroKlear microfiber cloth and a convenient carrying case that tucks right into your daypack.

MSRP $24.95; lenspen.com.

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