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Jessops lens cleaning fluid, Now only 19p INSTORE

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banned6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Spotted these on their website and they are bargain at only 19p each (use JESSOPS5 for this price)
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#1
None in stock near me
#2
None near Torquay or Home delivery
#3
Ordered for collection at a store near me... Got to pay in store when collecting.. Hope i pay the same price in store as seen online
#4
It`s not on the website now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#5
cant find them on site
#6
Same here. Not a direct link. What do I search for?
1 Like #7
i tend to use my breath to clean mine, its free!
#8
moggith
i tend to use my breath to clean mine, its free!


haha :-D rep added
#9
moggith
i tend to use my breath to clean mine, its free!


Pretty much the last thing you want to use to clean a lens of any value - free or not.
#10
The_Atomic_Fart
Pretty much the last thing you want to use to clean a lens of any value - free or not.


i have an expendible filter for protection on the front of my lens:thumbsup:
#11
I use a Rocket Blower to get any dust off, then OptiClear disposable wipes to clear anything else that's left.
#12
moggith
i have an expendible filter for protection on the front of my lens:thumbsup:


Some say that doing that degrades your lens ie, expensive precision glass lens + rubbish in front = degraded image (I also use UV filter to protect my lens :thumbsup:)
#13
frakison
Some say that doing that degrades your lens ie, expensive precision glass lens + rubbish in front = degraded image (I also use UV filter to protect my lens :thumbsup:)


Agreed, sort of. If you're spending money on a good lens the last thing you want to do is stick a cheap piece of glass on the front. I'm not saying don't do it though, just choose something sensible. E.g. one of my lenses set me back £900, so spending £70 or so on a UV filter to protect it is a good idea. I can recommend the Hoya Pro1-D series ones, they're decent multi-coated glass which shouldn't affect the image much. Would I put a £10 from ebay cheap glass one on there, no, would I put one of the cheap Hoya ones on there, no. Some people will not notice the difference, some will not care, some will see the balance somewhere in the middle, and some will have the spare cash under a mattress so they don't bother, and if they break it they buy a new one.
#14
notts6501
None in stock near me


that place should be called old mother hubbards not jessops

[CENTER]Old Mother Hubbard went to jessops
To get her poor doggie some cleaning fluid,
When she got there
jessops was bare
So the poor little doggie had to use his breath in stead[/CENTER]
#15
daalphamale
that place should be called old mother hubbards not jessops

[CENTER]Old Mother Hubbard went to jessops
To get her poor doggie some cleaning fluid,
When she got there
jessops was bare
So the poor little doggie had to use his breath in stead[/CENTER]


Yeah, I've had that too. Ordered one of the Manfrotto cases online to collect in store and they didn't have it. Still, credit where credit is due, they telephoned within 20 minutes of me placing the order to tell me they didn't have it, which saved me the trip to the store. I wonder how many other people had the same call though as it still appeared as in stock for the rest of the day.
#16
mallen
Yeah, I've had that too. Ordered one of the Manfrotto cases online to collect in store and they didn't have it. Still, credit where credit is due, they telephoned within 20 minutes of me placing the order to tell me they didn't have it, which saved me the trip to the store. I wonder how many other people had the same call though as it still appeared as in stock for the rest of the day.


everytime i goto reserve something its out of stock @ jessops..eventually you just give up:whistling:
#17
this is basically isopropyl alcohol and you can get from a good old fashioned chemist about 500ml for a couple of quid. While I don't often use, I have used over a long period and on really delicate dichroic and other prisms etc. never seen any evidence that it damages the coatings. Maybe overzealous use?

Oh and a trusted source for good lens practice is here...

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