Leave Your Hat On

The Christchurch-designed 2c Solar Light Cap is trialled by a Chicago Tribune reporter who dons the headgear for a camping trip on the Mississippi River. “Part of the appeal of sleeping in the woods for a few days is to turn off the day-to-day gadgetry that consumes our lives,” he writes. “But I offer another item, perfect for camping or any outdoor activity where you need to shed a little light in the dark night: a hat with a solar-powered brim that turns into a flashlight. Available online, the 2C Solar Light Cap, which is charged in sunlight, looks like an ordinary baseball hat, but the brim is slightly thicker because two solar-powered lights sit underneath.” The hat will be available in American shops later this year.


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Rob McCallum a Big Deal in the Exploration World

Rob McCallum a Big Deal in the Exploration World

As a founding partner of EYOS Expeditions, New Zealander Rob McCallum, since 2008, has helped organise, guide and execute logistics for more than 1000 expeditions to some of the world’s remotest…