Our professional products cover a wide range of applications, with anti-reflection devices, flip covers, weapon sight polarizers, adapter rings, and sunguards to fit everything from field binoculars to long range professional telescopes.
killFLASH ® ARD’s use Tenebræx® proprietary XLUME® coating which helps prevent reflection of light from your scope.
killFlash® anti-reflection devices offer "anti-glint" capability as well protection for the glass on your optic from sand, dirt and grime! Installed with flip covers you can extend the life of your investment for many years to come. Our professional products cover a wide range of applications. From field binoculars, spotting scopes, red-dots, long range professional telescopes, and combat optics right down to your trusted hunting scope.
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Today, no military force would think of going into the field without camouflaging their troops and equipment. Modern camouflage has made detection of equipment or the human form far more difficult. Being detected because of reflections has resulted in the loss of personnel, the failure of missions, and even changed the course of battles.
ARDs (Anti-Reflection Devices) use a high-tech honeycomb material and unique geometry to provide a low-cost practical way to hide reflections from optical surfaces. Tenebræx’s ARDs are used by U.S. Army, Navy, Marines and Special Forces.
Tenebræx was founded in 1992. This company is based on a patented technology using a method to hide reflections from optical devices.
Reflections being seen by an enemy have determined the outcome of many famous battles and skirmishes, including the battle for Henderson Airfield in the Battle of Guadalcanal, the Carlos Hathcock—NVA sniper duel during the Vietnam war, the Zaitsev-Koning sniper duel in the Battle of Stalingrad, and the battle of Little Round top at Gettysburg (reflections from equipment). Moshe Dayan, the Israeli general, got his famous eye patch when a sniper saw reflection of the sun from his binoculars.