Swift-n-Snug Running / Activity Belt with LED Review (preferably Video Tutorial) + Giveaway

Hello again, savvy savers! Today finds us with a new product review, and this time the Swift-n-Snug Running/Activity Belt is a versatile belt which can be used for any outdoor sports, running, jogging, cycling, walking, hiking etc. It comes with a 3-Mode LED light that is designed for safety by making the user highly visible to passing vehicles. The belt comes with a spacious pocket which can hold different models of smartphones including the large-screen ones like iPhone 6+ (even in a case) apart from other items like cards, keys, cash etc.”

A few things to note about the products features:

  • Superior quality & stylish design
  • Pocket with zipper for smartphone, cash, and keys
  • Adjustable elastic band to fit most waist sizes
  • 3-mode LED for better visibility (battery included)
  • Great quality– this will last a long time.
  • Pocket is pretty large– you can store quite a few things in here.
  • Adjustable.
  • Easy to care for.
  • The LED has three modes.

This product is really  functional.  You should definitely check this out.  It’ll make a great gift for somebody who avidly jogs.

To find out more about this product, click here!

Moreover, this company generously offered one of my readers the chance to win their own belt! In order to enter, please leave me a comment below, or on my social media accounts, letting me know what type of guitar you play, and why you would want to try this iPhone case! Please note, this giveaway ends 4/6/15 at 11:59 pm CST. Good luck!

Enjoy,

Misty

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