Product Reference: 27863
Holds your smartphone in a convenient position for use while exercising
Listening to music when exercising can improve performance, but strapping a touchscreen smartphone to your arm can be cumbersome and uncomfortable. With the Tune Belt IP2 Sport Belt, you don't have to worry about having your movement restricted, as it fits around your waist leaving your arms unencumbered. The Sport Belt can hold your phone in either direction, so is usable whether you are left or right handed, while the clear protective window cover lets you still use your touchscreen. There is also a pocket on the back for holding headphones, gym keys or change while you work out.
Made from a soft, flexible neoprene for ultimate comfort
When you're exercising, you want to have as much freedom of movement as possible, which means you don't want a sport belt that's going to cut into you when you move. With the Tune Belt IP2 this is not a problem, as it is made from a durable, flexible and lightweight neoprene material. This means that the belt moves when you do, and is soft enough that you wont find it causing you discomfort whether you're running, rowing, or lifting weights. The waistband has in-built cushioning too, for the maximum in comfort. The Tune Belt IP2 is designed to fit waists up to 42", with an easily adjustable strap.
Offers excellent protection from scratches and minor impacts
While your smartphone is in the Tune Belt IP2, it's completely protected from perspiration, bumps, and scratches. Every part of the device is covered except vital access points, while the cushioning neoprene absorbs impacts. The waistband edges are made of a reinforced neoprene, so it's stable and durable.
Compatible with many modern smartphones
Touchscreen phones today come in many shapes and sizes - but that should't stop you using your device how you want. The Tune Belt IP2 Sport Belt is big enough to accommodate phones up to 5" in length, with a circumference of no more than 7". This includes the iPhone 4 (even with a bumper attached), HTC Desire HD, Blackberry Torch 9800, Nokia N8 and many more.