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SunJack HeadLamp Lights Up The Market

SunJack just released its new Sunjack Headlamp ™, which allows people to borrow energy from the sun to light up the night.

 

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Gone are the days when you have to worry about your headlamp dying while camping or during an emergency. The Sunjack Headlamp uses rechargeable 900mAH batteries and plugs into any of the Sunjack’s Quick Charge Battery packs or Sunjack’s Portable Solar Charger Panels to fill up.

 

The Sunjack Headlamp is one of many products created by Sunjack, which uses energy from the sun to power its electronics. Keeping in line with its mantra of freedom from the grid and harnessing the power of the sun, Sunjack’s other products have included LED camping lights, an electric lighter, and small hand held heater.

 

Weighing in at a mere 6 oz, the Sunjack Headlamp is built tough to handle outdoor adventures, and includes seven light modes to handle different scenarios of seeing in the dark.

 

Three white spotlight modes ranging from a low 40 lumens, shining 5-10 meters up to a high 240 lumens, shinning 50-65 meters, the headlamp is perfect for hiking or biking at night and seeing what’s ahead of you. Likewise, the three low to high white floodlight modes, are ideal for lighting up wide areas like a campground or room during a power outage.

 

The Sunjack Headlamp also includes a solid red light, perfect for people like boaters or campers wanting to maintain their night vision but read charts in the dark.

 

The headlamp comes with comfy bands to wear on one’s head, can fit in the palm of your hand and can last up to 48 hours on low level power saving modes. This headlamp kit comes with 3 convenient AAA Rechargeable Batteries. (Included in package!)

 

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ABOUT SUNJACK

GIGAWATT INC. DBA SUNJACK, develops solutions to help people stay powered. Since 2006, GigaWatt Inc has been distributing and installing solar for residential, commercial, and government customers. In 2014 SunJack was launched on Kickstarter to continue spreading the power of solar across the globe. For further information about SUNJACK and its products, please visit http://www.sunjack.com or call us at (888) 415-7849.

Author: Harold Tan

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