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iO Cover for Trijicon MRO

iO Cover for Trijicon MRO

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Combat optics, like the rest of the weapon system, need to be ‘ready to go’ at a second’s notice. Guarantee that readiness with our new iO MRO Cover. Trijicon™ offers up a first-rate Reflex Sight with unique features, make sure you protect its lenses from dust, rain, mud and snow.

The sleek iO protective armor body boasts integral snug-fitting lens caps that can be opened or closed with one hand. The solid lens caps nest together, to prevent flopping under recoil and stay clear of both eyes during optic viewing.

iO covers feature an indestructible polyurethane material that takes most spray paints and hydro-dip processes. Fits Trijicon™ MRO optics only.



- Keeps optics body and both lenses protected even in the most extreme and harsh environments.

- One handed operation to open or close caps, covers nest together to prevent snags.

- Durable thermoplastic polyurethane material resists solvents, oils and UV exposure.



OA Length: 2.75”   Width: 2.0”    Weight: 0.9 oz.

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3 Reviews iO Cover for Trijicon MRO

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  • 5

    Posted by Cody Collins on Dec 12th 2019

    The product is great. I have read some reviews with people saying it was impossible to get on or they had to heat and melt the cover to get it on...This is total BS and if you had to do all of that to get the cover on maybe you should reconsider owning the optic and firearm you are mounting it to....I suggest that anyone who is having a hard time goes to YOUTUBE and watches an installation video. It took about 2-3 minutes for me to get it on. You shouldn't have any issues as long as you don't have little baby hands! This is a great product and I will certainly be buying other products from TangoDown in the future!

  • 5
    IO Cover for MRO

    Posted by AK on Nov 4th 2019

    A little tricky to stretch onto the light (watch the YouTube) but once on, it's not coming off and provides very notable protection to expensive optics. Indispensable.