If you’re traveling and hate lugging around a bag when you’re on the go, whether because you hate having to keep an eye on it constantly or you just want both hands free to take photos —whatever the case may be — you’re going to want another way to carry around the bare essentials.
MyPhonePouch helps you carry your cell phone without any bags or even a clutch (which, let’s face it, can be almost as easy to lose as if you were just carrying around your phone itself).
MyPhonePouch tucks over your waistband, securing your phone and any other small items, like identification or a credit card, against your waist. Not only is it a great way to keep your phone on you while traveling, but you can also use the pouch when you want to go hands-free during some other activity, like jogging.
Made from a soft and stretchy material, the pouch moves with you and your clothes, so you can twist and bend easily without fear of your phone falling to the ground.
Better yet, when you purchase a MyPhonePouch, you support a small, female-owned startup.
The MyPhonePouch starts at $35 and there are pouches for both iPhones and Android devices. It comes in six colors: black, dark gray, light gray, teal, navy blue and lilac.
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