Camden Gear Running Belt, Fits iPhone 6 6S Plus and Android Smartphone, Perfect for Waist Sizes, Men and Women, Blue
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- The running waist pack has two 6.7" Tall pouches
- Size: expandable to fit waist sizes from 24" to 47", It includes a tension-grade plastic buckle to allow for a tight fit that stays in place and no bounce
- Material: our running belt is made from lightweight neoprene, this is a durable and elastic material
- 4 Reflector tabs: the belt includes four reflective tabs for high visibility when running
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Hate having to leave your phone, keys and credit cards behind? You have no way to organize your belongings without impacting your performance , when running, you want to take your belongings along there is no way to take all these along without having an impact on your speed and performance. Your keys jingle in your pocket and your cards might fall out , Camden Gear running belt organizes your belongings. And you don't notice you have it on , lightweight neoprene material with two 6' tall pouches fits large cell phones, keys and credit cards with a tight snug fit , take your large cell phones along. Reflectors keep you safe in the dark. Attach gel packs or a race bib using the elastic loops. Fits snugly and doesn't ride up. You don't notice it because of the lightweight neoprene fabric , available in red and blue. Adjustable strap fits most waist sizes: the belt has an adjustable and elastic strap which can be extended to fit a large range of waist sizes. The perfect waist size range for a comfortable fit is 12' - 46'.
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The storage area is made of lightweight neoprene material and has an elastic belt. The wide design and the textured fabric makes for a nice tight fit: it does not bounce while I run, which is just what I wanted.
It provides really good cushioned protection for my phone. It’s not waterproof, so if it’s raining hard, I’ll slip my phone into a small plastic bag before placing it inside — just to be sure there’s no chance for water damage.
The only downside to the design is that in really warm weather, the large surface area can make it feel warm.
There are two storage areas. The main pocket is nice a large where my iPhone 6S fits with room to spare. Their website says it will fit an iPhone 6S Plus, but I think it may get pretty tight, especially if you’re using a wired earbud cable plugged into the phone’s earphone jack. I think the protruding plug might cause a space problem.
I always put my iPhone inside the main inner pocket. And then I put my keys, money, driver’s license, etc inside the front zippered pocket. Keeping my keys and phone in separate pockets eliminates the possibility of my phone getting scratched as I run.
There’s a hole in the back where you can thread an earphone cable.
The belt comes with four reflective patches on the front. Plus two stretchy loops that can be used for holding gels. I made a slight modification to these loop holders: I snipped one end of each loop so I can attach a racing bib to it instead of having to use pins. Makes it quick and easy.
The bottom line is I’m extremely satisfied with the Running Belt by Camden Gear. It’s well worth $15.
The two side pieces on the Amphipod belt allow you to stash items such as chapstick or keys which the Camden Gear belt does not. Instead, it has a loop fixture on each side, which I haven't found real uses for, but perhaps you might! In conclusion it's a serviceable belt and I AM using it daily because it does have a nice low profile with or under clothing, but it doesn't really compare to my Amphipod, so... In future, I will spend another ten dollars for a new Amphipod but keep an eye on the Camden Gear belt. For reason of price, it is a good buy for the quality received.
One item for improvement would be to add more reflective patches as one of its main use is for running/walking or other types of exercise. Maybe put bigger patches on front where they presently are, and two more on the back. I know that it might be hard to design a way to put them on the elastic band and maybe that's the reason there are non on that part.