Banjees according to Sprigs:
Keep your ids, cash, keys and more close at hand while you enjoy the world around you.
Banjees wrist wallets are super cute [hello tie-dye - yes I love you], inexpensive, and work. I happen to think they would make a cute present for the runner in your life. Cheap enough you won’t feel bad about buying for yourself.
What I’ve been using my banjee for:
- Carrying money
- Carrying chapstick or a tiny tube of body glide just in case
- Carrying my ID on days I dodn’t feel like wearing my RoadID
- Carrying a gel and some toilet paper on long runs
- Wiping sweat from my head so it doesn’t drip into my eyes
I’m a purse addict of the worst kind, so when out and about I usually have a WAY too large bag accompanying me with all the things I need and don’t need for the day. When out running or at the beach I become a minimalist. I trade my bulky purse for carrying things in my hand or water bottle pouch. I’d prefer to carry my stuff than use a small purse [though there are exceptions to this]. The banjee works great for those days that I want to take the kids on a walk but don’t want to bring anything with me but a couple of essentials – chapstick – money – id.
I have the BIG banjee which is large enough to fit your phone. I’ll admit if I had an iphone it probably would have fit better. My Android was much too large for me to carry my phone on a run.
Banjees Wrist Wallets can be purchased at http://sprigs.com/banjees/ as well as at REI, Amazon, Plow and Hearth, and other online retailers. Check out Sprigs for more fun items including SUPER cute yoga aparrel. Hello yogi arms – please come live at my house.
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*Disclaimer: I was not paid for this review. Sprigs was not guaranteed a positive review of the banjee wrist wallet. I do not make any referal fees off the coupon code if you use it.