Tune Belt Sports Armband

While some of us will be using our new Apple Watch to listen to tunes and record our health data when we exercise, there are still a lot of people that need another means to keep their devices from flopping round in their pockets while they run.

The Tune Belt sports armband straps your iPhone 6 to your arm so you can have it nearby without having to carry a fanny pack around with you. The protective case is large enough to fit your iPhone in a thick case, as well.

The comfort fit armband is made from soft neoprene. It fits around your arm with an adjustable strap that is compatible with arm circumference of nine to 16 inches. For larger arms, add the Armband Extender, which increases the circumference by 6.5 inches. The Velcro closure on the side doubles as a cord organizer for your Ear Buds.

The pocket is deep and wide, so your iPhone 6 will fit with a number of different cases, including the OtterBox Defender and Commuter series. Keep in mind that, because the pocket is so big, the iPhone 6 alone or with some thinner cases will jostle around inside. If you use no case or a thin case, you could check out the Tune Belt sports armband for no case up to medium cases.

The pocket features a clear plastic cover so you can see your screen. However, there are no holes, so don’t expect to be able to use Touch ID while you are jogging.

The pocket also allows you to access the headphone jack, Lightning port, and speakers so you can listen to tunes while you workout.

The Tune Belt sports armband for iPhone 6 with OtterBox Defender and Commuter case costs $18 on Amazon. It only comes in black. There is also a version for the iPhone 6 Plus for $20.

What do you think of this sporty armband case? Let us know in the comments below.

  • port87

    id rather use the apple watch + bluetooth headphones combination. don’t need your phone if your just going for a quick run, since the 2gb of music will be on the watch. and im guessing, a standalone fitness app will be on the watch, then u can sync your results after your workout, but im just speculating.

    • White Michael Jackson

      But thats 18-20

    • Gary LE

      Also as u pair the watch with the iphone a few times it then learns your stride and when you go run without the iPhone then the apps will process/calculates with your stride and then gives you the distances ran.
      But it does not gives you your locations ran since it doesn’t have gps though.