Cap Hat Review by cheekyricho . Bernie & Melissa Sharrad have invented a wonderful piece of safety equipment called the CapHat. Its UPF45 rating saves you from sustaining sun damage to your neck, ears,throat and shoulders. It can be used for protection from sun, reflective glare, bugs and debris falling down the back of you neck. It weighs a mere 65g is cool, lightweight, washable, drip dry, can be used to wipe away sweat or even dunked into water, wrung out and repositioned easily over your favourite cap or hat and provides an evaporative cooling effect to your head, face and neck. An inexpensive essential piece of clothing that will keep you safer and more comfortable whilst outdoors. Ideal for any type of leisure activity or work. Perfect for sportsmen, trades, people of all ages and is simple to attach, it will even help prevent your hat from blowing away. We’d like to thank Melissa and Bernie for giving us the opportunity to review their unique Australian Multi Award Winning Invention.
Five Percent of the proceeds of the Sale of the CapHat are donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Association for Research.
In 2015 it was named ‘Best Clothing Accessory of 2015 by the Australian Fishing Trade Association.
It has received a seal of approval from the Melanoma International Foundation.
The Bronze Award Winner at the International Edison Awards in New York in 2016. This prestigious award is a Globally recognised Award for Innovation. We are extremely proud of their achievement.
If would like more information contact Bernie at www.caphat.com.au
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