KUVRD is a universal, waterproof lens cap to protect all your lenses

Dec 27, 2017

Dunja Djudjic

Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.

KUVRD is a universal, waterproof lens cap to protect all your lenses

Dec 27, 2017

Dunja Djudjic

Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.

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How many times have you lost a lens cap? It’s probably one of the most common items to lose, and KUVRD is designed to protect your lenses and always be there. This universal, stretchy lens cap fits any lens, protects your lenses from moisture and dirt, and unlike regular lens caps – it doesn’t fall off easily.

KUVRD is a lens cap made of silicon. It stretches over your lens and does not only cover the front, but also the sides of the lens. Since it’s stretchy, it can fit any lens you may have in your gear bag, and it won’t fall off. It stretches from 60mm to 150mm.

 

In addition to being universal and holding tight to your lens, KUVRD also protects the lenses from moist and dirt, and it’s also shock-proof. Its universality stretches (pun not intended) beyond only protecting lenses of all sizes. You can also use it both as a front and a rear cap. If you want extra protection, you can stack multiple caps on top of one another.

Last but not the least; since KUVRD is made of silicon, it’s moldable and fits any space. So, it won’t take up too much space in your gear bag.

KUVRD is currently available on Kickstarter, and it has earned $113,610 so far, which is 45 times their original goal. If you pledge $30 or more, you’ll get one KUVRD lens cap, but they’ll send one for free if you share their campaign on your social media. So it’s basically $15 for one lens cap. The estimated beginning of production is the beginning of 2018, and shipping worldwide begins around May 2018. if you want to learn more about the product and available rewards, visit their Kickstarter page.

[Kickstarter via No Film School]

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7 responses to “KUVRD is a universal, waterproof lens cap to protect all your lenses”

  1. Jeff Horton Avatar
    Jeff Horton

    Just can’t bring myself to back these projects, to many don’t have a clue how hard it is to get into production and fulfilling orders.. But I really hope this pans out. I love the idea and hope it is as good as they make it appear.

    1. Emilee Marie Baxter Avatar
      Emilee Marie Baxter

      I love to back projects! There hasn’t been one that I’ve backed that hasn’t come to fruition. Nerdwax, Prepd Pack, The Bullet Journal, and several others have all had positive outcomes. I recommend it!

    2. Jay Avatar
      Jay

      I backed this project and the the lens caps are supposed to arrive today! They are fulfilling the campaign a month early, which is almost unheard of on KS. All the reviews on KS from those who received them have been great.

      Though I do agree with the one comment about social media. They are now offering another free cap if you do a review on Facebook, with a “so sorry” for those of us that choose not to have our details on the russian troll bot platform. I understand their desire for social media hype, but penalizing some people who are otherwise good customers, is a bit hard to swallow.

      In the end, the product will speak for itself and will determine their success. So far they have been great with communication with backers, so fingers crossed the caps withstand the paces.

  2. Hert Niks Avatar
    Hert Niks

    Lens caps are overrated anyway.

  3. Neil Patton Avatar
    Neil Patton

    And you keep your lens hood where?

  4. Steve Crane Avatar
    Steve Crane

    Here’s the thing, choose a trendy name using a funky algorithm and it’s going to be spelled wrong. It’s KUVRD, not KURVD. The name’s right there on this page in the links to it, but the text has it wrong.

  5. T2camp Avatar
    T2camp

    Would have participated in your campaign had it not been for the prejudicial treatment if one did not participate in your insistence on sharing the campaign on social media. Why should I be $$ penalized for not needing or using social media.