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KUVRD WaterBear Cleaning Tool Has Positive Feedback

For those who are always taking photos, whether it be with their smartphone (which, to be honest, have almost professional level cameras nowadays) or with a more conventional camera, there are few things more frustrating than checking your images later to see they’ve been ruined by a dirty or smeared lens. Enter WaterBear from KURVD. This small but perfectly formed cleaning tool is funding over on Kickstarter now and will be right there when you need it to clean your smartphone or camera lens on the fly. Washable and reusable, the WaterBear Cleaning Tool will let you safely clean any lens/screen/monitor and it conveniently sticks to any surface or device.

The KURVD WaterBear Cleaning Tool has positively flown past its funding target on Kickstarter and you’ll not be surprised to see that there are an awful lot of people out there looking for a simple, reliable and functional solution to their daily lens cleaning requirements. It’s not going to change the world but if you want to make sure no more of your photos are ruined by a smeared lens, this is a piece of EDC you need in your life, my friend. As it cleans any device and sticks to any surface, how you choose to carry your WaterBear is up to you – stick it to the back of your smartphone, append it to your camera or lob it on your laptop – the choice is your. During the Kickstarter, you can you get your hands on this great little accessory for just $25 which scores you 2 x BIG WaterBear Patches and 4 x SMALL ‘X’ Patches. These will be plenty to keep your lenses clean for the foreseeable.


These first class screen cleaners from KURVD stick to your cameras, lenses, car dashboards, tablets, desktops, tons of other devices and all phones so they’re quicker to access and faster to use than the competition in cleaning your lenses or screens so your photography workflow won’t get interrupted by having to hunt for something with which to clean your camera lens. WaterBears are made of a chamois, nano-carbon-active polyamide synthetic tri-blend material. In layman terms, they’re engineered to safely clean ANY type of glass, screen or monitor and do so without causing scratches.

They’re more versatile than microfiber cloths which are limited to certain screens, and the WaterBear Cleaning Tool from KUVRD (from $25 on Kickstarter) are more effective at removing smudges and smears than traditional cleaning pens. In addition, they are safer to use than the bottom of your shirt when cleaning your phone screen and cameras – which, let’s face it, is something that we’re all guilty of doing in a pinch. These little screen cleaners take up no space at all and are designed to make use of the unused surface areas that are next to your camera lenses, screens or monitors. Win, win.

Longer lasting than microfibre cloths and traditional cleaning pens, you’re getting something that will be by your side for a long time to come with the WaterBear from KUVRD. Get dozens of uses out of each patch before simply rinsing w/ water and air drying to restore sticky texture & cleaning abilities. Plus, each pack includes six screen cleaners to boot. Divide and conquer or get tons of mileage by simply replacing one or two with new ones as and when required. Looking for the ultimate in convenient cleaning solutions for your camera lenses, monitors et al? You’ve just found it – head on over to Kickstarter to bag yours now.

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