Eagle Creek Travel Gear Deluxe Security Belt,Tan
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- UnderCover Construction
- Adjustable elasticized waist belt and ultra-thin quick-release buckle
- quick release buckle
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|Color||Tan||Beige REG - fits most||Khaki||Black (RFID-Blocking)|
|Item Dimensions||12 x 1 x 5.5 in||—||0.2 x 5.12 x 11.42 in||10.7 x 0.13 x 5.3 in|
|Size||One Size||Regular||One Size||25" - 45" (Max Stretch 55")|
DECENT FEATURES of the Eagle Creek UnderCover Deluxe Security Belt Adjustable elasticized waist belt and ultrathin, quick release buckle Separate compartments for airline ticket, currency, and passport CoolMax lining for comfort against the skin Anti-Microbial fabric The SPECS Size: 12 x 5.5 in / 30 x 14 cm Material: Nylon Ripstop, CoolMax Backing
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*Great way to keep all important documents in one SAFE place
*Zippered pockets (and mesh dividers) made it easier to divide items
*Had enough room for over $1,500 in cash in varying currencies in bills and coins(so, different weights, thicknesses, and sizes), in addition to my passport, security badge, and 6 cards (credit, ID, insurance), and transportation/tourist function passes
*Material is lightweight
*Item is sturdy and well-built, feels like it will last...and it made it through two months of constant use and still looks new
*I was able to wear it 24 hours/day for two months and had no allergic reactions/adverse side-effects
*Sticking your hands down your pants to grab money isn't the most attractive or inconspicuous thing to do
*In crowded areas, it can be a hassle to actually get to the items because the money belt is under clothes. Arguably, this is why it IS safe, but I certainly had some weird looks while seemingly fishing in my pants for my money...especially noticeable when in line at busy venue
*Very difficult for women to wear, especially those of us who don't wear pants that come to the waist or loose fitting pants...not the most convenient thing to wear
*Maybe due to my body type, but this slipped down a lot and put a lot of pressure on my abdomen, I adjusted it throughout the day to no avail
*Must be placed carefully, otherwise bending is restricted depending on where your body naturally folds
*Can be irritating to maneuver around when using the restroom...pull it up, or down with pants? No matter which I chose, it was awkward and the buckle popped off quite a few times (and one time almost swung right into the toilet) and this is especially noticeable if carrying lots of coins, as I was
Overall, I recommend this for anyone traveling anywhere (I was in a country with lower crime rates than the USA), including theme parks. I work in an airport and have seen all sorts of odd contraptions for important documents, and still believe this money belt to be the best choice. As happy as I am to no longer wear the thing, the fact that I was able to put up with it for two straight months while hiking through cities and mountains is a testament to the comfort, durability, and safety, and would purchase again/recommend to others.
Yes, it is roomy. It doesn't look it, but it could easily accomodate passports and some other items. There are several pouches. I wish they zipped in opposite directions. For example, in the top pocket, I had cash and in the bottom I had plastic. Sometimes when needing to get cash, I would unzip the plastic pocket and then realize my mistake, rezip and then unzip the other...usually all while standing in line at a ticket booth and trying to stay cool (in other words, without hunkering over my crotch digging for money). If the zippers moved in opposite directions, I would have remembered "the zipper on the right is for cash, on the left is for plastic." This is about the only suggestion I have.
This never really rubbed the wrong way, and if I secured it correctly in the first place, never began to creep down my pants. We did A LOT of walking, and there was no chafing...so I have to give this a recommendation.
During the actual international travel, one needs access to their passport but not to all the cash they may be carrying. This security belt did the trick and should last a lifetime with normal use. While another alternative could be to get a shirt or vest with a secure and private inside pocket, those alternatives are more expensive, less secure and would remove less stress. For our intended use, this was for peace of mind.
Obviously if you're going to be traveling in areas within a country and subject to possible robberies, this is probably not going to help unless the robbery is quick and in a public area where you only have to hand over your wallet or purse. That's because they're always going to search you, and you'd have to find much more secretive ways to keep some of your money, such as having a few large bills sewn into an article of clothing that they don't want to steal.
But for just getting on a plane, using ground travel in unfamiliar areas and negotiating tight, packed crowds with possible pickpocket teams working the area, this will dramatically reduce your stress and because of that, I did not think twice about the price. When I get it back, I'll keep it inside my luggage so it's ready to go when I have a trip and want to use it.
Other than that, I can inform that the two compartments, both with zippers, are sufficient for the use. Anything more than that would result in something probably too thick for the purpose, and I think you don't want to have something bulky for this purpose. Ideally, you need something thin, sufficiently strong, and comfortable yet with a slight feeling that it is there. This product does all that.