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The pocket is nice and large, I can fit my iphone (4s), a gel pack, keys, and some cash in there.
This item is great for longs runs (8+ miles) as it allows me to run without stashing water bottles along my route.
The only thing is, make sure the lid is on tight or a little bit of water leaks and makes your hand wet.
It is a good product but a bit uncomfortable if you do long runs,i recommend this if your training's are no more than an hour,i prefer camelbacks for long runs ;)Published 7 days ago by Jörsh
Great bottle. Easy squeeze and open, doesn't leak. Fits my iPhone and car key. Will purchase again!Published 18 days ago by Vicki Dobbins
I have a couple different kinds of bottle carriers - this one is the best by far.Published 1 month ago by Katheryn L. Ellis
This is a nice bottle to have for running. I have used the bottle on its own, without the carrier. Whenever I hold water, my hand makes the water so warm that it isn't... Read morePublished 8 months ago by L. Mcgrath
Ordering and fulfillment were by good and price was cheap. But important to check which model you are buying - I thought I was buying a current version that could fit an iPhone in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Darrell Kong
Very practical for running, however I wish I had gotten the one with the bigger pocket so that I can fit my iPhone in there, too.Published 10 months ago by Needlephile
Fits your hand like a glove, also fits your phone and ID along with your credit card so you can buy stuff while out on a run or walk.Published 11 months ago by Jayjmcf
Over time the elastic has given way a little, however it still works. The fit is a little sloppy now.Published 14 months ago by scott griffith
My first water bottle bought for running, moving from London to Utah you now need to have a drink whilst running as the climate is so different. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Gemma Carlaw