PowerCap Solar Headlamp for High Performance Lighting

We received a PowerCap Solar Headlamp for review. All opinions are my own. At first I had this product only in mind for Mike or my Dad, but soon realized that I can use it, too. There are so many reasons that one might need to light their way. This is such an easy and effective way to do so using the power of the sun.

PowerCap Solar Headlamp for High Performance Lighting

The PowerCap Solar Headlamp 25/75 is completely solar powered and recharged by the sun. There are three high performance lighting options. All lights on, flood light, and spot light give you the proper amount of light that you need. I was shocked at how much light it really gives off. For such a lightweight cap and tiny bulbs, it packs some power.

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It fits like your average baseball cap, but the microfiber fabric makes it a bit softer. The hands free flashlight is compact and light. It’s a non-bulky and battery-free way to light your way efficiently.

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Mike plans to use this hat quite a bit while night fishing. He has a group of friends that he goes with for all hours of the day and night. The hat will allow him to not miss a beat once the sun goes down.

I also thought of my Dad because I have seen him working in a headlamp many times. He’s a sheet metal worker and they often have to crawl through dark spaces to do their jobs. This would be a lightweight and powerful option for him.

powercap solar light capLook at those light trails!

Anyone who goes camping or enjoys any outdoor activities should own a hat like this. I would also include it in any type of survival-type gear package. What a great option for emergencies. Since it only requires sunlight, it can provide safety and security in a blackout situation.

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We have had the hat for a while now. They suggest charging it in direct sunlight for the longest lasting power, but it’s never died on us yet. We just have it in the house and it shines bright every time we turn it on. Mike uses it to go fetch more firewood in our dark backyard.

The PowerCap Solar Headlamp and many other options in LED technologies can be purchased from Panther Vision.

What would you use PowerCap Solar Headlamp for? Do you know someone who could really use one?

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  1. Wow, I’ve never seen this before, how awesome! This would come in handy for my hubby, he’s always out back at night.

  2. my hubby would use it for shoveling during storms, getting more wood for our fireplace insert..plus my kids and he like to play tag in the dark outside. headlights are perfect for that

  3. My husband works in New Orleans moving barges. This would be great for his night shift. I worry about him so much.

  4. This is a really neat product! I know my kids would probably love this too, they never want to come inside when it gets dark out.

  5. The only thing that I have against these types of lights, having used them while camping and on Scouting events, is that the natural inclination while talking to someone or hearing them come down the path is to look at them, right? And those bright lights then end up shining right into their (ok, usually my) eyes.

    1. That’s a very good point! It only takes a couple clicks from the lid of the cap to turn them off. Hopefully people think to do that so they aren’t blinding fellow campers. 😉

  6. I could really use this Powercap headlamp! It is so nice that it is on the hat and I do not have to carry a flashlight. My son could really use this. I will have to look into getting this.

  7. That is really cool! My husband uses his headlamp for everything but it would be really handy for taking the big garbage can to the street from the backyard for pickup! I always forget until late at night!

  8. This is very cool. My hubby thought I was joking when I pointed out a hat like that – He’s a mechanic, I know that this hat could come in handy when hes working on our cars in the garage

  9. That’s a pretty darn clever idea – my brain is already spinning thinking of about a zillion ways that this could be used!!

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