Ege17ru ieGeek Men's L Phone Holder Sweat Sports Armband Bag for Iphone 7/6S/6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7/S6 Edge, LG, Htc, Huawei Cellphone up to 5.7", Running Workout Cycling Hiking Jogging Multifunctional Pockets with Free Keychain-L, Black, (L):Ege17ru
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ieGeek Men's L Phone Holder Sweat Sports Armband Bag for Iphone 7/6S/6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7/S6 Edge, LG, Htc, Huawei Cellphone up to 5.7", Running Workout Cycling Hiking Jogging Multifunctional Pockets with Free Keychain-L, Black, (L):Ege17ru

ieGeek
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ieGeek Published in September 25, 2018, 3:46 pm
 ieGeek Men's L Phone Holder Sweat Sports Armband Bag for Iphone 7/6S/6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7/S6 Edge, LG, Htc, Huawei Cellphone up to 5.7", Running Workout Cycling Hiking Jogging Multifunctional Pockets with Free Keychain-L, Black, (L):Ege17ru

ieGeek Men's L Phone Holder Sweat Sports Armband Bag for Iphone 7/6S/6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7/S6 Edge, LG, Htc, Huawei Cellphone up to 5.7", Running Workout Cycling Hiking Jogging Multifunctional Pockets with Free Keychain-L, Black, (L):Ege17ru

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RobC
2#
RobC Reply to on 18 June 2017
This is by far the best armband I have ever had, it is very comfortable, it has good padding that partially wraps around the arm and stays in place with a lot less tension on the strap than others I have used. The material is far less sweaty and does not rub the skin on my arm or against my chest when running for several hours at a time. I have just purchased another for my other arm (mobile phone, wallet and keys in one and eight energy gels will fit in the other).
Christopher C.
3#
Christopher C. Reply to on 29 May 2018
I found this irritating to use - the neoprene flap/pocket area is where I wanted to put the phone when running, but if you've a rubber protective back, then it does not slide in easily at all, so it's irritating to access during the exercise. The armband is OK but you have to cinch it up pretty tightly. I suppose there are really only two solutions - the plastic adapter that seems possible, leaving the phone completely open, or the pocket, like this. If the pocket, I would prefer one with the headphones jack through the zippered compartment. So, while there is nothing technically "wrong" or "faulty" or poor quality, I do not find it that easy to use, even after reading all the positive reviews, I was underwhelmed.
Simba
4#
Simba Reply to on 14 June 2017
Does what it says on the tin. Large enough to fit an S7 in a protective case with no issues at all. There is even the extra zipped compartment (which is even bigger than the phone compartment) for other stuff to go in, but to be honest I will not be utilizing this as all I need on my run is my phone and it keeps things comfortable and 'flat' on the arm. As for the arm-band itself, it is comfortable to wear on the arm with a lot of leeway for adjustment so should easily fit everyone,within reason ;-)

All in all a nice product; I will monitor durability as I have only used the once!
bookworm
5#
bookworm Reply to on 10 June 2017
its good but the only downside is the gap between the top of the phone where the headphones go in and the zip on the top of the pouch is small so unless youve got headphone with an L shape jack it pushes on the wire which keep affecting the sound
T A Ward
6#
T A Ward Reply to on 23 June 2018
Comfortable to wear, and happily holds phone, gym membership card, bus/train ticket, a small pouch for loose change, and a small pen. I’ve ended up using the flappy pocket for card and tickets and putting the phone in the zipped compartment because the flap doesn’t quite work with my wired earbuds despite having the aperture for them. (I’m going forth equipped with an iPhone 6s, for reference)

This is seeing daily use, whether it’s strapped to my arm or on the strap of my rucksack, nicely solving the problem of how to carry phone and train season ticket when it’s too warm to wear anything with pockets.

I haven’t tried washing it yet, though it won’t be long now before I find out how it stands up to the washing machine.
Silver Fern
7#
Silver Fern Reply to on 13 August 2017
So far so good with this pouch...phone fits in really easy (Samsung S7), although the head phone cord hole is in the wrong place for a Samsung S7 as the Samsung jack is in the base of the phone, obviously could put the phone in downside-up, but luckily I use Bluetooth!

Would give it five stars, but find the arm strap a little short for my guns ;o)
Amazon Customer
8#
Amazon Customer Reply to on 13 August 2018
Honestly it's exactly what I was hoping for. Slots for card and a single house key. Phone pouch is big enough for any model (I have a Google Pixel XL) and velcrod shut at the top so peace of mind that it won't fall out. Arm band is a standard velco strap with plenty of stitching to keep it in place and a massive velcro strip to ensure it stays firmly wrapped around your arm. Can't fault it at all. Head phone hole is a useful feature but still have to wrap wires up and slip them in with the phone otherwise they bounce around everywhere
stacey
9#
stacey Reply to on 4 August 2018
Fabulous product, arrived today which was super fast and well packaged. Great condition, no rips or stitch faults, comfortable and secure fits all in that I need, phone, keys, money while still lightweight not to get in the way. Thank you
cameds
10#
cameds Reply to on 28 April 2017
Just back from my first run. Love that it fits my phone with case, my car keys and earphones, money. Didn't move too much on my arm. It was as comfortable as any armband is.
Olukunle
11#
Olukunle Reply to on 16 February 2018
Nice universal armband that you can also keep your keys in, keeping my keys has always been an issue when I'm out on a run/walk, but this has sorted me out nicely!
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