Tune Belt Review and Giveaway

Tune Belt provides neoprene armbands and belts that carry and protect phones and devices of all sizes. As a runner, I always take a couple devices with me when I hit the road and as a blogger, I take even more- typically my phone, camera, and music player. I’ve had some challenges carrying all these items when running so when the good folks at Tune Belt contacted me and asked if I would try one of their armbands, review it, and give away one to a lucky reader, I happily complied!

Read on to find out how to enter for a chance to win one of these custom, super comfortable sport armbands from Tune Belt!

Totally hands free = happily care free!

Totally hands free = happily care free!

I’ve gone through several different armbands over the years but have never committed to just one as none of them truly worked for me- until Tune Belt! Other armbands either didn’t fit my phone and case perfectly, didn’t stay on my arm quite right, or are made out of plastic and leave some nasty chafe marks behind. Tune Belt carriers totally solve these issues of fit, slipping, bouncing, and comfort.

Tune Belt offers armbands for all different makes and models of phones and also takes into account room for the protective phone cover- I sent in the make and model of my phone plus details of the case I use and the armband I was sent in return fits my phone perfectly. And when I say “perfectly” I really mean perfectly.  Most armbands come in basic, general sizes but Tune Belt offers armbands for Apple, HTC, Motorola, Samsung- you name it, they’ll fit it.

Since the armband truly fits my phone, the sucker stays put when I run- no bouncing, no slipping, no readjustment needed for miles and miles and miles! Tune Belt armbands are made out of neoprene so my sweat isn’t even an issue- no chafing or discomfort. Plus, it’s washable and since I am a sweaty beast when I work out, a wash now and then just extends the life of such a great product like this.

 

I’ve been using my Tune Belt for a few months now for running, hiking, walking- any endeavor I want to have my phone with me while being hands free, I take my Tune Belt. I noticed that I can also easily navigate my phone through the clear plastic- the touch screen actually works through the Tune Belt’s protective window! That’s a first!  So there is no need to constantly take the phone out of the armband to take a call or respond to a text! How sweet is that?!

Selfies excluded. Need to take phone out of armband for all the selfies. of course!

Selfies excluded. Need to take phone out of armband for all the selfies, of course! #BloggerProblems  😉

If you are interested in giving Tune Belt a try and would like a chance to win a free sport armband of your very own, go forth and enter my giveaway! All entries must be accounted for by Rafflecopter (see below) and you can enter daily. To earn entries, just follow all the prompts. You can also leave a comment on this post to gain an entry, just let me know: do you run/workout with an armband?  If not, what do you use instead to carry your devices?

One lucky winner will be chosen randomly next Friday, November 7th and his/her name will appear here on the Rafflecopter widget so come on back on 11/7 to see if you won, good luck, happy hands free running, and thanks again Tune Belt!

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9 thoughts on “Tune Belt Review and Giveaway

  1. Kelly A.

    I use a crappy $9.99 version from TJMaxx which falls off every time I sweat… so that’s like every time I run. This is awesome!

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  2. Tessa

    I use an aN arm band. I like having my hands free and I know if I carried my phone in my hand, I’d drop,it for sure!!

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  4. Jennifer Doyle

    I use an armband for my iPod Nano but it’s broken as of this morning (which is why I’m on this blog). I also carry my phone for tracking my runs.

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  5. Worth C.

    Awesome! Seems like I’m always running with my phone either in my hand or in my pocket (if I carry it). I want to track more of my runs, so this would be a great help.

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