The woolly hat for kids that thinks its a torch!

Now that the clocks have gone back, the night are drawing in fast and it is already getting dark when I pick the kids up from school.

As we walk to and from school, I like to make sure that the kids are seen and have reflectors on their coats and lights on their scooters – Sebby’s wheels even light up on his microscooter!

Now you can be seen when you are out and about with new Bright Eyes Hats.

Bright Eyes Hats

Not only do they keep you snug and warm, but the fun animal hats have built in ultra bright LED lights in the eyes to help the kids be seen from 200m away.

Bright Eyes Hats Reykjavik

These LEDs have three settings; off, flash and full beam and can be used instead of a torch as they light a distance of 10m.

Eliza Bright Eyes

Bright Eyes Hats come in four designs: Rusty the Racoon and Cassy the Cat which are double lined to make them extra snuggly, and Una the Unicorn and Amanda the Panda.

Sebby Bright Eyes

They are a brilliant idea and the kids love wearing them. Isaac has even worn his on a night hike with scouts and says it was better than using a torch. My only grumble is that out of the four hats, three are really girly so I would like to see some more designs for boys.

Bright EYES Bonfire

Bright Eyes Hats cost from £17.95 and come with batteries. If you do need to replace them, you need Lithium disc batteries CR2032.

Disclaimer: We were sent Bright Eyes Hats to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

 

 

7 thoughts on “The woolly hat for kids that thinks its a torch!

  1. Rebecca says:

    Oh man these are so cute, I totally want an adult sized one, haha.

  2. They need to do a sloth one, and I need to buy it – for me!

  3. Jenni says:

    I need to buy my son one of these, he would love it

  4. They are such a great idea, I’ve not seen them before. My daughter and nephews would love these.

  5. Oh wow this is so cool and perfect for the winter and these darker nights!! Love this idea – my boys would love these

    Laura x

  6. Anosa says:

    Oh wow, this is so cool, my nephew would absolutely love a lighting woolly hat.

  7. Anne Fraser says:

    I saw some of these at the weekend when I visited my son in London and thought they were brilliant. The designs look funky as well.

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