LensPen – New Look, New Features, Same Results

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posted on April 20, 2012
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As digital replaced film, models specifically designed to clean LCD screens, compact camera lenses, viewfinders and filters were added to the product line. And now these five LensPen models – Original™, DigiKlear®, MiniPro®,MicroPro™ and FilterKlear™ – feature a stylish new design and state-of-the-art packaging. A completely new look, but with the same unmatched features that have made LensPen an optics necessity, not just an accessory.

They're completely safe for all lens, filter and screen surfaces. The secret to LensPen's unique cleaning ability and amazing long life – more than 500 cleanings – is found in its special carbon compound. Carbon's grease-cutting properties remove fingerprints from optics safely and effectively. The carbon compound found in LensPen products is similar to the one used in printer's ink; the reason why newspapers have long been an effective way to clean windows and mirrors. Before putting the carbon to work, use the retractable natural brush to remove any loose dust from the lens surface.

"There are never any messy liquids to spray on and then wipe off, and there's no need for dirty optical tissues or microfiber cloths, that often do nothing more than smear the fingerprint oil around," said Peter Meurrens, Vice President of Operations at Parkside Optical.

"Try it once and join the millions of already satisfied LensPen customers who know that nothing cleans like a LensPen," Meurrens said. "Not really so surprising for those that know us because at Parkside Optical we focus all our energy on one little problem that everyone else seems to ignore: how to clean fingerprints!"

LensPen products are available on Amazon, Best Buy and other fine retailers. For more information on LensPen products, go to www.lenspen.com. To see a demonstration, watch the "The LensPen System 2012" video at www.youtube.com/lenspennews

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