The Halo Light guides the way
Visibility and safety shine through Illumagear’s Halo Light
Would you rather see a little or see a lot? On one head you have the standard headlamp, which allows workers to see a small space directly in front of them. On the other is a full-on halo of light which rests comfortably on a worker’s hard hat, instead of floating angelically above a person’s head. Illumagear’s appropriately named Halo Light brightens up a room or space in every direction. The Halo Light enhances peripheral vision, which helps prevent slips, trips and falls for the wearer. It’s visible up to a quarter of a mile away, which protects the wearer from being struck by a vehicle or caught between objects.
Besides improving safety, the Halo Light pumps out a lot of power—up to 276 lumens. Its rechargeable battery lasts 12 hours so work will not need to be interrupted by fiddling with batteries or connecting to a power source. The Halo Light is designed to endure a lot of punishment. It’s run the gamut as far as durability is concerned with tests ranging from vehicle drive-overs, submersion into a slurry pan and a three-storey drop onto concrete.
If visibility and safety are concerns at your jobsite then Illumagear’s Halo Light may be the light at the end of the tunnel you’ve been looking for.
For more details about the Halo Light, head over to illumagear.com