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Personal Light Tracker



First solar-powered personal sun exposure tracker

SunSprite on a sweater.
SunSprite on a purse strap.
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Tracks light

Tracks both visible and UV light to improve energy, mood, and focus, regulate your sleep cycle, and monitor UV exposure.

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Syncs to iPhone

Syncs with your smartphone so you can track your progress, view your stats, and get personalized goals and tips.

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Lives forever

SunSprite is completely solar powered, so it gets the power it needs while you're getting the light you need.

Clinically proven benefits of Sunlight:

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Bright light increases energy and vitality. Wake up with a pop in your step.

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Bright light regulates the secretion of melatonin, resulting in better quality sleep and more energy in the morning.

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Bright light is recommended by doctors as a front-line treatment for both seasonal and non-seasonal depression.

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Bright light increases ability to focus and reduces ADHD symptoms such as distractability, inattention, and hyperactivity.

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Bright light reduces stress by decreasing levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

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Bright light is important for proper eye development, reducing myopia onset and progression in children.

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