See And Be Seen with a Powerhat

Person Running with powerhat lighted hat

As the days continue to get shorter (and darker), it’s important to make sure you can see and be seen. While flashlights can help with your sight, they don’t really help others see you, and they also require the use of one of your hands. Reflective vests help others see you, but don’t help improve your sight in low light.

When you need to both light your path and make sure others can see you, no product is better than the Powerhat Lighted Hat. It is made of ANSI rated material with trim that includes four LED lights attached to the brim. Two lights are angled downwards for up-close tasks and two are angled forward. This configuration provides up to forty-two feet of illumination in front of you, all while keeping your hands free for whatever task is at hand.

Below are a couple of examples of situations where a Powerhat is the perfect tool you need!

Early or Late Exercise

As we move deeper into fall, and summer becomes a more distant memory, the sun rises later in the day and sets earlier. This can be dangerous if you are someone who prefers to exercise early in the morning or late at night. When you’re out running or cycling in the dark, wearing reflective material is one of the best ways to increase your visibility to drivers on the road. LED lights can also help to light your way on your runs or bike rides. It’s much harder to avoid things like potholes and curbs in the dark, so Powerhats are a good tool to help you with injury prevention.

Construction Jobs

Although summer is usually know as construction season, roadwork is often delayed and can continue through fall and sometimes into the winter. Construction jobs are dangerous enough during well-lit seasons, but the danger increases exponentially as it gets darker. On construction sites, easily identifying all the workers is important. Being able to see what you’re doing with your hands is equally important and ensures that a job goes as smoothly as possible.

Unpredictable Weather

In addition to the days getting darker earlier during this time of year, many places also start experiencing storms that can knock the power out. The Powerhat is an ideal addition to your home or work emergency kit in these situations. Having this hat at the ready can free up your hands to fix any storm-related issues in the dark – or just help you safely navigate your home as you wait for power to be restored. In addition, when the snow starts to fall, the Powerhat can help you see during those early morning shoveling or snow blowing sessions, keeping you safe and visible in your neighborhood.

What other jobs or activities do you think a Powerhat can be beneficial? Let us know in the comments below!

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