Reddit Reddit reviews FlipBelt Level Terrain Waist Pouch, Medium, Black

We found 55 Reddit comments about FlipBelt Level Terrain Waist Pouch, Medium, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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FlipBelt Level Terrain Waist Pouch, Medium, Black
Multi-access pocket openings throughout beltNo buckles to cause uncomfortable chafingNon-bounce, even designReflective logo - 3m quality reflectiveMachine washable & machine dryable
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55 Reddit comments about FlipBelt Level Terrain Waist Pouch, Medium, Black:

u/miniaturedonuts · 26 pointsr/AskWomen

I use a Flip Belt. It's the only thing all those Pinterest ads have ever sold me. My arms are too small to comfortably hold my phone there. It stores my phone and keys around my waist. Would definitely recommend.

u/Ohliviationn · 14 pointsr/xxfitness

I use the FlipBelt, you can get it on Amazon. It is absolutely a lifesaver. It's just a belt made of like workout clothing material? It's got lots of pockets and my iPhone 6S Plus fits perfectly, as well as my keys and whatever else I need. Great for when I'm wearing leggings that don't have pockets.

Edit: here's the link

u/Sapphi_ · 12 pointsr/running

I just wanna say I loooooove my flipbelt, I can't believe those arm bands for cell phones even exist anymore! It stays put exactly where I set it on my hips and nothing that I put inside shifts around. The selling point for me though is that I don't even feel it when I'm wearing it. If you don't have one, go get one!

u/xiaoshin · 10 pointsr/FoodAllergies

May be too similar to a fanny pack, but maybe a FlipBelt or similar athletic storage belt? You kind of tuck things into them and depending on what you're wearing, might be able to hide under a shirt.

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u/ElliotLadker · 9 pointsr/running

Wouldn't a Flipbelt work? Hope someone corrects me if I'm mistaken since I haven't had the chance to use one, but was planning on buying one very soon.

They seemed comfortable enough and very non intrusive, but that's just my humble impression.

u/RunnerDavid · 7 pointsr/running

I use the flip belt and have to admit that I love it. I just love that it doesn't look like a belt and that I can even tuck it under my shirt if I want. It fits my 6" phone but it is a tight fit. I don't often run with my phone, anyway.

u/Lindthom · 6 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

One of these! And now that you have posted this, I'm going to start wearing mine on video shoots because I hate not being able to carry my phone around while on a shoot.

u/internetosaurus · 5 pointsr/nexus6

I use a FlipBelt. Holds the phone (it's just big enough to hold the N6 with a case) and looks a bit less dorky than a fanny pack.

u/whiskey_and_cigars · 5 pointsr/galaxynote4

I use a Flipbelt ( FlipBelt Black Medium but move the phone to my front like a fanny pack. It is super low profile so my shirt covers it and nobody knows its there. It is also very snug and doesn't move around at all.

u/Gerdalti · 5 pointsr/trailrunning

I keep my ID, wallet, and phone in my FlipBelt. Works great, no jostle.

u/RunTwoThreeClimb · 4 pointsr/running

In my experience they're all a bit "pinchy" if you want them tight. I end up with marks on the arm I wear it on! Alternatively try a small running belt like a SpiBelt or a FlipBelt . I personally use a SpiBelt as it's smaller and I can access the phone easily when I need to but see what works for you.

u/apopheniac01 · 4 pointsr/GalaxyNote9

It fits pretty well in my FlipBelt even with a (pretty thin) case.

u/ub3rr4v3 · 4 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

Have you looked at a Flipbelt Or even a fanny pack?

u/Kathulhu1433 · 4 pointsr/diabetes

I use a flipbelt.

I use it a lot at work for my dexcom when my work pants don't have pockets. It can also hold a cellphone.

u/Pulp-nonfiction · 4 pointsr/MoonriseMusicFestival
  1. Have 2 credit cards. Keep them in different locations.

  2. Anything valuable in your camel back? Don't put them on the very top or very bottom(cut through bottom with blade). Wrap them in a hoodie or rainjacket and try to put it in a secondary pocket in the camel or most i see has a elastic pouch that is up against your back.

  3. Buy one of these.
    It goes snug around your waist and the pocket can only be accessed by flipping it insideout. And it has a clip to attach keys to. Had one for all of TomorrowWorld last year and it was awesome.
u/Socalraver · 4 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

I have one its called flipbelt its amazing

u/zonteck · 4 pointsr/running

Grabbed a flip belt a few months back, works well for whatever I want. Max width of stuff I store in it is my galaxy s5 phone.

u/go_ahead_dana · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

I think I got this tip from someone else in this sub, but I love my Flip Belt I don't really even notice it's there and it holds my phone steady.

u/jwcook2 · 3 pointsr/GooglePixel

I actually gave up on arm bands for running with the XL. I now use a flip belt Link

u/lieutenant_lowercase · 3 pointsr/running

I have an iphone X and when I put it in my running belt I can't feel it at all. Rather than buying a new phone why not look into a running belt. I have this one: .

u/MechanicalTim · 3 pointsr/running

I really like my FlipBelt and accompanying water bottle for longer runs. (You can also carry keys, ID, etc in it.)

u/Gearedout · 2 pointsr/oneplus

I use a flipbelt, and its been great so far. The addition of some bluetooth headphones would be a great addition, but other than that I'm happy with my solution. I've tried several armbands and none have suited me as well as the belt.

u/sonofmad · 2 pointsr/running

You run in jeans?! Damn, I don't get that, but to your question, both the FlipBelt and Spibelt are very popular. I've had the SPIbelt for... 3 months now, and it's held up pretty well. The elastic band has stretched just a bit, but it controls bouncing very well and will fit more than just your phone if you want to bring gels or cards/cash with you.

u/ramori99 · 2 pointsr/running

I run with my bulky phone. But I use/wear a Flipbelt, which I highly recommended. The phone slides into the belt (along with my keys) and when I’m running, I don’t even know it’s there.
Paired with Bluetooth headphones and it’s a perfect solution in my opinion. I use Runkeeper as an audio coach, played from my phone.
$20 from Amazon, much less than buying a new smart watch,

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u/emceechau · 2 pointsr/electricdaisycarnival

I used a runners belt at Beyond this year and it was best investment ever. Didn't have to worry about my ID and phone. It was super snug and no one was going to try to take anything.

u/rieoskddgka · 2 pointsr/AppleWatch

I've had mine for years now. It's a FlipBelt

It's simple and has a little clip for keys and lots of pocket space. It's around $25.

u/Ferroso · 1 pointr/iphone
u/Vlad_the_Homeowner · 1 pointr/running

My preference is to leave my phone at home. But I take it with me on long runs when I'm going to be solo in the wilderness. I use the Spibelt, and love it (relative to other options I've had, I'd prefer to have nothing of course). It stretches so it holds the phone in tight, is relatively comfortable on the back, and can fit a few more odds and ends if you need it. I use it routinely on 2+ hour runs; I usually forget it's there after a couple miles.

I've also heard good reviews of the flip belt, but I've never used one:

u/wadewilson11 · 1 pointr/nexus6

I bought myself Flipbelt ( for this reason. I was leaning towards using Bluetooth headphones but I was too scared weights or someone's foot would seriously mess up my phone.

u/iamtheriver · 1 pointr/Coachella

^ THIS! I know for a fact people have tried to steal my phone. At Zedd in '16, at RL Grime in '17, I've felt their hands go in my pockets and come up with nothing.

It keeps your keys, phone and wallet against your body at all times. It's also really great when you're out of it so you don't end up losing your stuff. The best solution in my opinion. My FlipBelt.

u/skragen · 1 pointr/running

Makes sense. I'm doing NYC too, but probably won't practice much until I do runs over 10 miles (I just started training for my first half).

I see you said you don't want a fanny pack and someone suggested a spibelt below. I wear a flipbelt and love it (and I would never wear a fanny pack). A flipbelt is just a stretchy flat tube of fabric that I can't even feel while I'm running and it doesn't bounce. Holds my phone (in ziploc bag to not get wet), stroopwafels (also in ziploc bag), keys, and whatever else and works great to tie my jacket around if I get hot.

u/carbonmonoxide · 1 pointr/C25K

I used to carry it with the help of my FuelBelt Bottle. A bonus if you need help with hydration.

Once I felt comfortable running without water (about the time that intervals went away), I bought a FlipBelt. I was very skeptical of the belt since I have wide set hips, but much to my surprise, it stays in place and is super comfortable. Great for keys as well.

They also sell this kind of thing if you're interested. I've seen better versions, but that's the only one I can bring up right now.

u/Berg1 · 1 pointr/Fitness

I bought this FlipBelt a few months ago along with Jaybird Bluetooth earbuds. Life changing!

u/chelsealynk · 1 pointr/aves

I know that feel - I recently got one of these and it's the best thing I've found so far. It has a zip pocket and will actually hold a fair amount of stuff while still laying pretty flat! I've worn it to a bunch of shows and it stays in place and isn't nearly as bulky as a fanny pack or running belt.

u/stopalltheDLing · 1 pointr/gadgets
u/Apollo_7 · 1 pointr/running

I generally just bring my phone and keys. I purchased a Flip Belt for times when my shorts don't have zip pockets. Some people find the belt a little uncomfortable, but I don't mind at all and I've never had anything fall out.

u/galacticat · 1 pointr/xxfitness

I suggest the flip belt! It's almost kinda like a fanny pack except it's flat and much more discreet. They come in different sizes and colors. I wore it a lot before I discovered workout pants that had pockets in them.

u/ap1219 · 1 pointr/RunningWithDogs

I don't like running with a leash in hand, so I started attaching a leash to my [Fitbelt] ( with a carabiner. It works really well for us and I use the flip belt all the time, even when I'm not running with my dog :)

My dog is some sort of cattle dog mix and he's a GREAT running companion. I'm tired out way before he is.

u/Cizzle2 · 1 pointr/aves

Grab yourself a FlipBelt or a Loctote bag. Problem solved.

u/bitemark01 · 1 pointr/running

I've seen them for cheaper though. It's made of a stretchy spandex-nylon kind of material and you can fit just about anything in there. Personally I carry my phone and a key, and it holds it tight enough to my body that I don't notice it, but not so tight that it's uncomfortable.

u/alkaline79 · 1 pointr/running

Flip Belt is a good option.

u/osker246 · 1 pointr/MotoX

Yeah. I was initially hesitant on buying one, but I am glad I did. It doesn't flop around like most armbands and stays snug against your waist. However, I do have to remove my phone from the case if I want to be able to insert it easily.

u/potterpopsup · 1 pointr/fatlogic

Ooh get a flippy belt! I love mine. When I run into work from home I cram all sorts of stuff in there and everything stays really secure and doesn't bounce around at all!

u/sparhawk6 · 1 pointr/Nexus6P

I've used this.

But it is a little short, so the 6P sticks out a bit on the top. I would not consider it water proof, but it does provide some protection from water.

I moved away from it though, because the Velcro was rubbing against my arm and rubbing it raw.

I now use this belt:

I really like the belt. The 6P fits snugly, and no more rubbing velcro.

u/MobileVortex · 1 pointr/scamp

I have one of these for running. Plan on bringing it this year. You can actually fit a lot in there, and nothing will fall out.

u/Daybis · 1 pointr/running

I have been running with a flip belt and I’ve been really happy with it.

u/rdev009 · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Have you seen the flip belt? That’s been pretty helpful for keys, a phone and money if I don’t want to carry a phone -

u/vegetablesactivated · 1 pointr/xxfitness

How are you carrying them now? You may want to get something like a FlipBelt to hold stuff you think you may need plus it is something you could use in other situations (like traveling). Some of the high tech race specific ones probably aren't worth it if this is your first race. I have used a spibelt but it really is only big enough for my phone. If you have been carrying a few gels in your pockets and felt fine, then you don't need a belt.

u/brownspectacledbear · 0 pointsr/windowsphone

do you absolutely need to see the display? I've tried an armband and felt it bulky and one sided. I'm using a flip belt with my 950XL