Thyrm launches CLENS in three sizes

 

The CLENS light covers now come in dedicated sheets for various light sizes. (Photo: Thyrm)

Thyrm expands its CLENS weapon light lens cover adding three sizes into the mix as well as variety packs. The company announced it will now offer 18 lenses each to fit popular weapon light options.

The CLENS-18S delivers compatibility with SureFire X300U, XH30, Scout Lights and Inforce WMLx while the CLENS-18M provides options for Streamlight TLR, TLR-HL and SureFire G2x and 6PX. Rounding out the CLEN series is the 18L, which covers the Streamlight HL, HL-X as well as the SureFire Fury and Intellibeam.

The CLENS fits neatly over the weapon light’s lens to protect it from debris and carbon. (Photo: Thyrm)

Pronounced “cleanse,” the system features a heat-resistant clear polymer circle that is cut to fit over flashlights and weapon-lights. The cover protects the lens from dirt, debris and carbon build-up that can often accumulate during firearms training. CLENS strips are easily removed in order to allow shooters to quickly clean lights.

The new dedicated sheets are available through Thyrm’s site boasting a price tag of $10.99 per sheet.

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