Sima LensPen MicroPro™, $14.95 (
Manufactured by Sima (
Last updated 08-13-10

Because of the nature of this product, my usual evaluation format will not be used. This will just be a brief informational page with three photographs and two videos on it.

The LensPen MicroPro™ is a fantastic tool used for cleaning the lenses of things like cameras, microscopes, flashlights, and lasers.

Instead of a lens cloth that can just smear fingerprints around, the LensPen actually *REMOVES* them with a special carbon fiber cleaning tip and built-in cleaning compound.

 Size of product w/hand to show scale SIZE

Using the LensPen is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1: Look on the side of the barrel for a ribbed slider. Slide that toward the top of the product so that a small brush now projects from the upper end. Use this brush to "sweep" the lens you're cleaning -- this helps to brush away dirt and other garbage so that it does not get rubbed in and subsequently damage the lens surface during the next step.

When finished here, slide the slider on the barrel back down to stow the brush.

2: Remove the cap, and set it aside. Using a circular motion, gently rub the cleaning tip on the lens for approximately six to eight seconds. If smudges or fingerprints persist, "fog" the lens by breathing on it, and repeat the cleaning process with this step (omitting the brushing part).
Replace the cap when you're done cleaning the lens.

3: "Recharge" the cleaning compound in the cleaning tip by twisting the cap a couple of times.

The LensPen is good for approx. 500 cleanings.

This version of the LensPen is just 90mm (9.0cm) long, and the cleaning tip is 4.0mm in diameter.

Closeup photograph of the "good part" of this product.

Video clip on YourTube showing how the product is used.
It shows me cleaning the lens of an Arc LS Royal Blue LED Flashlight.

***VERY IMPORTANT!!!*** The last brushing step seen in this video is ***NOT*** necessary!!!

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Video clip on YourTube from Sima themselves showing how the product is used.

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Product was sent by a fan of this website quite a number of years ago -- possibly 2002 or 2003.

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