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Tune Belt Sport Belt for iPhone 4S and More (Fits iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, 2G & 1G)

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  • Lightweight, comfortable belt securely holds devices so they won't bounce; Washable
  • Fits iPhone 4 / 4S, 3G, 3GS, iPod touch 1G - 4G, iPod classic and other devices up to 4.6" in length
  • Does not fit iPhone 5 or iPod touch 5th generation - see model iP5 for those devices
  • Extra pocket on back for personal items; full navigational control through protective window cover
  • Fits waist sizes up to 38-42" and belt extenders are available - See product description for more details.
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Tune Belt Sport Belt for iPhone 4S and More (Fits iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, 2G & 1G) + Tune Belt SW Belt Extender + Sport Belt for OtterBox and other protective cases fits iPhone 5 / 5s / 5c and iPhone 4/4S Defender Series Cases, Samsung Galaxy S4 / S3 Defender/Commuter Series Cases and more
Price for all three: $37.40

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameTune Belt
Product Dimensions6.3 x 5.8 x 1.1 inches
Item model numberiP2
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000M51T12
Best Sellers Rank #5,890 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 21, 2006
  
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Technical Details

  • Washable

Product Description

This lightweight and super comfortable neoprene fits iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 3G/3GS, iPod touch 1G-4G, iPod classic and other devices up to 4.6" in length.

In general, this model (iP2) is intended to hold the devices listed above without protective cases (although it may fit some slimmer ones - see maximum size below.) In general, Tune Belt model iP4 is intended to hold devices with protective cases.

The stretchy, cushioning neoprene belt is stable and secure so your device will not bounce and is so comfortable you will forget you have it on. A pocket on back holds items such as change, credit card, keys, etc. and an elastic strip over the opening provides extra security for your device.

Hand washable, the belt adjusts to fit waist sizes from very small up to a maximum of 38"-42" depending on how tightly the belt is stretched. For larger waist sizes or to fit looser, see model EX2 belt extender (sold separately) to increase waist size by about 10"-12" inches.

Maximum size - Length: 4.6" - Circumference (2X width + 2X depth): 6.5".

Color: Black

We offer expedited shipping via USPS Priority Mail (2-4 days after shipping) or chose standard shipping via USPS First Class mail.

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Customer Reviews

It fits very well in the case.
dacat
She liked it so much, I had to get her one for Christmas or I would never see mine again.
Brent M. A. Nakano
It fits nice and snug and I can easily twist the belt to see the phone.
Teresa Vazquez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 69 people found the following review helpful By dacat on July 7, 2009
I was looking for a running belt that would hold my Iphone with the hard case I have it in. It fits very well in the case. I did have to cut a small hole for the headphone jack or I could have just moved the elastic material. I just didn't want to cause stress on the headphone plug.

The belt sits well on my waist. I run Runkeeper on my phone. I can tap through the plastic screen and get updates on my run, as well as listen to my music.

Either case, the belt does what it is suppose to do. Hold my iphone securely. There is little movement of the belt when I run.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By C. Chandra on January 26, 2009
I originally bought my girlfriend an Ipod Touch Armband from the Apple Store. However, her arms were way to miniscule for the thing to work properly. So instead of shelling out more money to get her a nano to work with her Nike + shoes. I saw this thing!!

The Waist Band fits great on her (and me). It does not move at all while running. A VERY GOOD ALTERNATIVE to armbands. The extra pocket for your key is also awesome.

I would definitely recommend this product to anyone looking for an alternative to the classic ipod/cellphone armband.

-Chetho
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By nestle_hawaii on May 13, 2011
I have the sprint samsung epic. It's roughly the size of the iPhone, and so I thought I'd give this product a try. I didn't want an armband holder because, well, the tan lines would be unattractive, and those things either fall down my arm, or cut off my circulation (because I make it too tight to compensate for the other reason). So I thought of fanny packs, and while those are pretty handy for hiking and and other like activities, the whole bouncing around thing doesn't work when you're running. So I decided to look for a belt like thing that would probably just hold the phone, ID and maybe cash. This thing fits the bill. It's the first and only product of it's type that I've tried, so I can't compare it, but I can tell you it's convenient and I totally recommend it.

It isn't perfect, but the minor flaws can be fixed so easily. The belt has these two flaps that you pull to tighten the belt around your waist, the same mechanism used to adjust the length of the shoulder straps on backpacks. The problem is that the designers didn't create a stopping mechanism that would prevent the flaps from just sliding all the way through. Simple fix, break out the sewing machine, or needle and thread once you've gotten the thing adjusted just right, and sew these flaps down. Second design flaw, the little piece of Velcro that should secure the phone in the pocket isn't that great, it might be because the pocket was designed for the iPhone which has different dimensions, but the Velcro doesn't secure my phone as well as I'd like. Simple fix, I broke out the sewing machine/needle and thread again, and sewed on a small hook & eye. I connect the hook, and then firmly secure the Velcro, and haven't had a problem since.

I'm a fan of the product and if your reasons for looking at the tune belt are like mine, I'd tell you to purchase it, and be prepared to make a couple of simple mods, cuz the design flaws shouldn't deter you at all.
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39 of 49 people found the following review helpful By health brain on February 19, 2010
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Greetings,

I've tested a few different holders. Some that hold the phone vertically and some horizontally, like this one. All was going well until I leaped over a snow pile yesterday and my phone rocketed out of the holder upon landing. The phone flew about ten feet then skidded across the pavement another fifteen. I will no longer use horizontal holders unless the closure is on top. Side closures, especially this one, just cannot take the force applied to the velcro.

Scott
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jesto on December 5, 2010
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Just got this and have run with it a few times now. I got it to hold my iPhone 4 and it does that perfectly. I have used it with two cases on the phone, one being the Otter Commuter Box and the Griffin cover I got free from Apple. It works with both JUST FINE with no problems getting it in or out. The velcro is cheap, and might not last but its not needed if you have a case on your phone anyways, as it hugs it just fine. I added a water bottle (small) from my other belt and it worked fine too. Comfortable, doesn't bounce at all. Used it today on a 10km (5.56 mile) run and didn't even notice it was there.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Richard A. Ofstein MD on November 3, 2009
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The audio jack position on both the iPhone and iPod are on the left whereas the holes on the Tune Belt do not align with this position.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Robertson on October 29, 2011
I've owned this product for about 6 months. I have used it on runs at least 2 dozen times. It has been a trusty product...until today. As I was running, I felt my headphones pull. I realized the problem when my iPhone hit the pavement. There was a chip in the screen. I was sad. When I returned home, I peeled off my screen protector. Thankfully, the screen protector absorbed the blow, and there was no real damage to the actual screen. Here is a link to the protector I have.[...]
The belt needs to be touched up. The Velcro should be a strap that pulls around to the back.

As I said, it served me well for a while. It's your call!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By takki on July 3, 2011
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Gave this to my running buddy as a gift. She loved, loved, loved it until we were running and her iphone when skidding across the pavement. Not good! A belt is a great idea, especially for women because the armbands seem to be too big and bulky. However, the velcro is too week to keep the iphone in and MUST MUST MUST be reinforced before you run!!
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