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beställning viagra 25 mg från Kanada utan recept My iPhone 6+ however, well, it’s a love/hate thing. There is much I like about it, but in fact, there is just as much that I dislike about it. I could go into all the gory details, but this is a running blog, not a tech blog. Suffice it to say, it is very difficult to run with an iPhone 6+.
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For a few weeks, I tested it. First I synced my iPhone 5s with the watch, then the iPhone 6+. I liked how it worked with the iPhone 5s, especially for runs, because as I said before, running with the iPhone 6+ is a bitch. But then, if we went out for a night on the town, my Apple Watch did me no good, unless I towed around the iPhone 5s. So now, I was carrying two phones with me at all times, except when I was running.
Are you seeing my dilemma? In the end, not wanting to hurt my husband’s feelings for gifting me the iPhone 6+ in the first place, I unpaired it with the iPhone 5s and re-paired it with the iPhone 6+. And then I spent months trying to determine how to run with it.
None of my current waist belts will hold the iPhone 6+, with the exception of my single bottle hydration belt pocket. But I don’t always carry hydration. Nor do I always want to run with a chunky belt. The best solution I had to date was to put the iPhone 6+ in the back pocket of my Fittie. This actually worked pretty well except for the fact that I had to stop to remove the Fittie in order to fetch my phone. In the first few months of having the Apple Watch, this happened quite often because the apps weren’t very reliable. Also, reading the Apple Watch while one is running is difficult to say the least. You pretty much have to stop to read it, or to do any manipulations on it. Racing with the Fittie can be complicated, depending on where you wear your bib. It gets in the way if you need to wear it on your chest. The Fittie also covers print on race shirts that you might wish others to see (i.e. the big pink “S” during the Monster Dash). In the end, I want quick access to my phone without the hassle.
Ask and you shall receive.
Tuvizo contacted me a few weeks ago asking me to test run their 2-Go Waist Bag. They assured me that it would fit my iPhone 6+. I was willing to give it a go. The first time I tried it, I actually didn’t even run. In fact, I volunteered at a run. I didn’t want to drag along my purse, but wanted to have my phone on me. Sticking that honker in your back pocket isn’t the smartest thing in the world to do. So, I unwrapped the Tuvizo 2-Go Waist Bag and give it a whirl.
What a life saver! It was perfect for the 5 hours I was on my feet, had to continuously use my hands, and had no access to my purse. I was also able to tuck my I.D. and a few credit cards inside the hidden interior pocket in case I wanted to shop the expo after my shift. In the front, mesh, pocket, I was able to store my car keys.
It worked so well, I immediately e-mailed Tuvizo to share my excitement. I couldn’t wait to get out there and actually run with it!
I like the fact that the Tuvizo 2-Go Waist Bag is light as a feather and that it has such a slim profile. Other waist packs can be chunky and unyielding. This one clings to you like a piece of saran wrap on a staticky day.
It has an adjustable belt which snaps closed (NO Velcro), with reflective strips. Don’t worry about any excess strap material, because if you have a small waist like I do, there are loops to tuck in the excess so that they aren’t whipping around as you run.
The pocket itself is a durable nylon material which has an inner pouch and a key clip, and a large enough pocket to hold that honker of an iPhone. It also has an outer mesh elasticized pocket for keys, if necessary, or other small items. The main bag also features an ID tag for jotting down important information in case of an emergency. The support part of the belt is made of a breathable fabric so it won’t get too sweaty on the run. The only thing I thought it was missing was an ear Bud passageway. When I read on Amazon that it did in fact have one, I had to look thoroughly for it.
Lo and behold I found it! However, I think that with an iPhone 6+, the passageway would be better located on the end of the pouch rather than smack dab in the middle, since the phone has to sit on it’s side. Also, a second smaller mesh pouch up front for a lip balm or a few tissues would be a plus!
My first actual run with the Waist Bag was wonderful. I had complete access to my phone at all times. It wasn’t as easy to get the phone in and out of the bag as I had hoped because of the ear bud port sticking out the end, but it did what it was supposed to do. It allowed me to run my iPhone6 + without all the hassle. It also works great as a work belt, travel belt, or any other time you don’t want to drag your purse along with you. I especially find it useful while house cleaning. I can listen to my play lists or podcasts with my phone it tow. Very handy!
For the price, I don’t think you can find a better bargain. I highly recommend it!
What is so ironic about finding this great Tuvizo 2-Go Waist Bag is that my husband finally agreed that the iPhone 6+ is too big for my needs. I’ll be switching back to the iPhone 5S until the contract comes and allows me to buy the smaller, updated iPhone. We’ll store the iPhone 6+ so that we can sell it later…unless someone wants it now. As much as I have gotten used to things like the great camera, longer battery life, and the high readability of the phone, it’s not my cup of tea, and it isn’t working the way I would like it to.
My Tuvizo 2-Go Waist Bag is staying, though! It is the perfect addition to my running needs, especially when the Fittie might get in the way. For travel, work, and around the house, it is a must have.
You can purchase the Tuvizo 2-Go Waist Bag at Amazon for $16.99, but I’m offering a limited number of coupons to a few lucky readers who respond to the post pinned to the top of my Facebook page! Please head there and learn how you could be one of the lucky recipients!
Tell me what you use to hold your cell phone on your run. Does it work for you?
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I ask this question everyday. Who AM I? Rhetorical…perhaps.
I suppose if I had this nifty arm band and snap bracelet on me every minute of the day, I’d know.
Actually, most of the time, I’m pretty sure about my identity. The question is, would someone who found me lying on the road know? More than likely, they would not. So how do we give our family and friends peace of mind when we are out on a run at odd hours of the morning or evening? Carrying identification during a run isn’t something we always think of. Sure, we might carry a smartphone, but since we are forced to slap a 4-digit security code on it, would a passerby or emergency responder be able to tap into it to determine anything about us?
You have just completed an amazing run! It is the middle of summer. It is hot, and you sweated it out big time. You are all smiles for those race finish #selfies. You enjoy that cup of coffee and post race treat with your running buddies, then head home to take that long awaited cool shower.
…is what you yell once that water hits those areas of chafed skin. For some, it is under the armpits, for others, it is where the sports bra hits the upper portion of your torso. Some get it where the waistline of their shorts or hydration belt hits the hips, and others might chafe between the thighs. No matter where you get it, it isn’t pretty. And it smarts, sometimes for days.