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Ultrasonic Eyeglasses Cleaner

Womenfolk often have their little stash hidden away just in case of emergencies, and this stash consists of jewelry and other family jewels. Necklaces and rings are nice to look at, but they ought to be cleaned from time to time to look at their pristine best. Hammacher has a device that not only does that, but helps keep your eyeglasses spic and span as well with the Ultrasonic Eyeglasses Cleaner.

This is the eyeglasses cleaner that uses 42,000 Hz of ultrasonic sound waves to remove dirt and dust particles without manual scrubbing or harsh chemicals. Its wide 25-oz. stainless-steel tank (for proper sound wave impedance) holds two pair of eyeglasses and completely detaches from the unit for easy filling under a sink using plain tap water. Three power cycles and five timed settings (from 90 seconds to six minutes) provide controlled cleaning for even the most delicate or soiled items. The cleaner’s whisper-quiet, solid-state circuitry prevents noise, and the unit is suitable for precious metals and gems, waterproof watches, CDs, dentures, rings, bracelets, and necklaces. Includes a basket, watch stand, and CD rack.

Fancy picking one up for $69.95?

2 thoughts on “Ultrasonic Eyeglasses Cleaner”

  1. Can anyone answer two questions about this unit?
    First, since it uses water, do te glasses come out of the cleaning wet and, therefore, needing to be dried off? Secondly, does the water “tank” need to be refilled after each use? A parkinson’s diease patient is wanting to know this info to discern if this cleaner is something that he can use easily.

  2. This Ultrasonic Eyeglasses Cleaner must be hand-refilled when the contained water go to turbid. drying off the eyeglasses can be done before watering them.
    Clearing must be processed with water otherwise any soft cloth will scratch the lens, best way is clean gently with soft cotton (material that soak up water) after washing them.
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