Get the job done with serious lighting.

If you’ve been searching awhile for ball cap lights, you’ve learned that 20 lumens is as bright as any other add-on brim light gets. That lighting level may be useful when you’re reading a road map, but for hiking down a dark trail or working under your car, you need serious brightness.

BrimBeam‘s 180 lumens extends across a 180° span and provides over 100 feet of visibility in front of you. And if  you’re walking along a road in the dark, the red safety beam signals motorists approaching from behind where you are.

So whether you’re an electrician, mechanic, runner, camper, jobsite worker, or outdoor enthusiast, BrimBeam has you covered.

Standard Cap Lights
provide only weak, hands-free lighting


Maxes out at 20 lumens - too dim for use over a broad range of activities

Since light and battery are a single unit, weight on the brim limits battery size, resulting in short run time and low light output

Backlight from broad-span lighting can be blinding

BrimBeam LED Cap Light
generates high-intensity illumination


With 180 lumens of WHITE light in front and 100 lumens of RED light in the back, visibility spans a full 360°. Plus, the high-intensity forward light enables the wearer to see over 100 feet ahead.

Moving a 900 mAh power supply to the back of the cap balances BrimBeam's weight so that only 1.1 oz is added to the brim

Engineered so no LED backlight hampers your view

Who knew a ball cap light could be this powerful?

Other LED hat lights are forced to limit their battery size to avoid weighing down the brim. But small batteries mean lower voltage, lower brightness, and shorter run-time. BrimBeam harnesses more power by placing a bigger battery at the back of the cap. Distributing components between the brim and the back balances the light's weight distribution.

Whether outside or in dark spaces, our BrimBeam ball cap light provides the visibility you need to get the job done.

Runners · Hikers · Campers · Outdoorsmen · Craftsmen
Mechanics · Electricians · Repairmen · Site Workers