Safe for AR (anti-reflective) lenses. Silicone-free formula won't leave streaks or residue on lenses. A little goes a long way, so this 2-ounce bottle lasts much longer than most consumers expected. Product is made in the USA.
Some consumers stated it doesn't prevent fog; rather, it makes fog clear more quickly.
Works well on glass and plastic lenses and surfaces. Only takes 1 spray on both sides of a lens to work. Formula dries quickly, especially if it's buffed out with a microfiber cloth. Solution washes off goggles easily in lukewarm water.
Not recommended for camera lenses. Formula will burn eyes if you're not careful.
Spray gel solution has a neutral pH and doesn't contain common skin or eye irritants seen in other options. Remains effective for 2 full hours, even when submerged. Lasts for several hours when worn in dry conditions. Application is fast and easy.
Some reports of skin irritation. Mixed reviews on non-diving lenses.
Package comes with 2 travel-size bottles and a microfiber buffing cloth. Formula is free of alcohol and ammonia to preserve lens quality. Bottles last through 300 pumps and application lasts up to 3 days. Backed by a money-back guarantee.
Isn't effective on every type of lens. Residue is somewhat difficult to remove.
Works well on polarized, polycarbonate, and UV-protective lenses among others. Instantly defogs and leaves lenses crystal clear with its modest cleaning properties. Can be used on scopes. Formula won't irritate the skin or eyes.
Confusing wording about the product being safe for AR versus non-AR coated lenses.
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