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Personal Light Tracker

INCREASE ENERGY

& IMPROVE SLEEP

First solar-powered personal sun exposure tracker

A 60-Second SunSprite Tutorial

Take a tour of the health benefits and tech behind SunSprite wearable light tracker.

Learn how SunSprite tracks visible and UV light to improve your energy, mood, and focus, regulate your sleep cycle, and monitor UV exposure.

SunSprite is your personal energy coach, sending you alerts and notifications to keep you on track.

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Get feedback

Mobile coaching tips are dynamically served to you based on your personal tracking data. View simple, easy steps to take control of your health.

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Sync wirelessly

Easily syncs with your iPhone so you can track your progress real-time, view your stats, and get personalized goals and tips.

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Never charge it

SunSprite is completely solar-powered, so it gets the power it needs while you're getting the light you need. No plugs or cords needed.

  • "Getting enough healthy sunlight? Wearing SunSprite will let you know."

    - Gigaom
  • "For those looking for an inexpensive tool that will help them improve their health, SunSprite is a nifty option."

    - Boy Genius Report
  • "The days the meter indicated I'd received my full blast of sunshine, I had spent my working hours feeling relatively calm, upbeat and energetic."

    - Engadget
  • "It's one of the most original forms of wearable tech that I've seen."

    - Discovery Channel

See SunSprite in Action

Clinically proven benefits of Sunlight:

Energy

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

Sleep

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

Mood

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

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Focus

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

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Stress

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

Eyesight

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

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