Hold phone, credit cards and money all in one secure please and includes a nice beautiful faux leather woven detachable carry chain for added security as it makes the case look like a small handbag.
Beautifully stitched quilted faux leather with coloured smooth inner lining. Has a very secure popper fastner with a beautiful crystal flower and pear drop.
Has 2 credit card slots, one of which is a clear plastic windowed slot and has one larger slot behind them for money, notes or ticketc etc.
Can be used as a carry clutch style case or a handbag style case by attaching or detaching the carry chain.
Comes complete with a Mini Stylus and LCD Screen Protector Film, the Mini stylus can be clipped into the headphone port for easy storage.
This beautiful faux leather quilted flip purse phone case is the perfect solution for when you need your phone, credit/debit cards and money without actually having to carry a handbag around. It offers 2 slots for credit/debit cards and a side pocket behind them for money, notes and tickets. The case comes with a detachable faux leather woven chain so you can choose whether or not it's used as a carry clutch case or worn over the shoulder as a small handbag style case. The case is stitched to have a soft, quilted pattern and has gold edging as well as a beautiful crystal flower and pear drop on the popper clasp fastening. Comes complete with a Mini Stylus and LCD Screen protector Film, the mini stylus can be attached to your phone with the lanyard and plug which slots into your headphone port and if required can be tucked inside the case for secure storage. The stylus will be of similar colour to your case but may have some shading difference to your case and the image. PLEASE NOTE: On the purple case ONLY, the pear drop has a unique feature of changing colour according to it's surroundings. In artificial light is shows as clear and in natural light it changes to purple.
CONVENIENT: A durably safe & effective solution for carrying your Nano & listening to music while you exercise.
SECURE: Manufactured from strong, yet pliable silicone, & designed to endure extended workout sessions. It has been rigorously tested & will keep your Nano from falling out during workouts.
OPEN DESIGN: Open & easy access to your Nano's headphone jack, buttons & features. NOTE: This armband is not water-proof due to the open design.
COMFORTABLE: Soft Elastic Velcro strap comfortably fits small arms (9") to large arms (21"). See YouTube Channel: MediabridgeUSA for help sizing the armband.
AVAILABLE VERSIONS: Armbands available for the following devices - iPhone 5/5s (Amazon Part# B00CBWWWB0) , iPhone 4/4s (B00DYAD1F4), iPod Touch 5th Gen (B00CST4LH4), iPod Nano 7th Gen (B00CST4LBK), iPod Classic 7th Gen (B00NEZ3C3K), Samsung Galaxy S3 (B00CBWZAX2), Galaxy S4 (B00G3GPHAS), HTC One (M7) (B00IZIQ5RG), Droid Razr Maxx HD (B00DYAQYTY).
Mediabridge Sport Armband
A safe & effective solution for carrying your device/listening to music while you exercise. Access your device's essential buttons & features, while providing a protective skin for workouts. A soft & breathable elastic Velcro strap fits arm sizes 9"-21". The snug-fitting silicone can also act as a standalone case.
Product Features - Silicone case for carrying your device during workouts
- Elastic Velcro strap fits a variety of arm sizes
- Access device buttons/features
- Insert/remove a device quickly
Compatibility - Case fits the iPod Nano 7th Generation (without a case)
- Strap fits 9"-21" arm circumferences
Installation Place a device in the case, adjust the strap like a belt on your arm & secure it with the Velcro
Notes - Our customers have told us that unobstructed access to the touch screen controls on their device was a highly sought after feature when choosing a sport armband. To accommodate this feature, we've designed this case to have an open face that allows for instant access to the touch screen controls, while at the same time providing a case that will hold the device securely. While an open face design allows for unobstructed access to the touch screen controls, extra care should taken if you expect to use this armband in a wet environment as follows:
*This armband is not waterproof and will not protect your device in the rain
*Users that may experience excessive sweating during exercise should consider whether a waterproof armband might be more appropriate for their particular use
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