Solar Light Cap Charges During Day, Lights at Night


The solar powered hat looks just like a normal baseball cap but it has some neat tricks up it’s sleeve (or brim if you will). On the top is a solar panel that receives the sun’s rays during the day and in turn charges a battery that will power up the two integrated LED spotlights under the brim of the cap.

The electronics are all enclosed in a waterproof housing. Just 2 hours of daylight will charge the lights for 2-18 hours of use and at full charge it can run for 36 hours. There’s a button on the brim that controls brightness level or sets the optional flashing “SOS” mode. The solar light cap is really an ideal camping, fishing or hiking accessory; if you’re going to be walking in the sun all day, you might as well put it to good use.

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