We’re an outdoorsy family. Be it the beach, hiking or just walking. We love being outside! When it comes to going anywhere, I usually shove my insulin and glucometer into my wife’s purse but sometimes her purse is too bulky to take with us on our excursions. I’m not the type to carry or wear a fanny pack to carry my medical equipment. The smaller the better!
SPIbelt is an adjustable Small Personal Item belt that’s able to expand to fit any smart phone, keys, credit cards, cash and even a passport. They’re also perfect for insulin pumps, glucometers and insulin pens! These amazing pouches don’t make you sweat and best of all they don’t bounce when you run. If you’ve ever owned a fanny pack you know how annoying that bouncing pouch can be when you’re running.
We received the Original SPIBelt (red) which retails for $22.99 CDN and the Original XL (black) which sells for $26.99 CDN. The zippers are a nice hard material so the teeth won’t bend out of place stopping it from being closed like most zippers do and the material is soft and stretchy. The buckle is easy to release and secure as even our four year old is able to do it. The slim design of these products is perfect for people who have small items to carry such as their cell phone and keys or in my case medication, rather than needing big bulky bags!
This is definitely a product that I’m happy to have found. I now have a lot less bulk to carry around when it’s not needed and I can always carry my most needed items with me anywhere I go.
If you’d like to purchase one for yourself you can find a Canadian retailer near you here.
Or you can order through the webstore.
Orders over $100 have free shipping from their store and as a special for SPIbelt users; Use coupon code: SPI2FREE and receive free shipping on orders of 2 belts or more!
For more information about SPIbelt products please visit their website.
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