Reviewed by Pregnant lady from maine on Friday, September 19, 2014
I liked how light weight this belt was compared to other similar ones, but the water bottle has to snap in exactly right to stay in place, and when I filled the bottle with water and jogged around my house, I couldn't believe how much the water bottle moved around. It would drive me crazy on runs, so I returned it.
Reviewed by Fresh Tracks from Wyoming on Wednesday, July 2, 2014
This bottle and belt combination is best for road runs of less than 10 miles or trail runs of less than an hour. The mesh on the belt is pretty thin, so the whole thing is extremely light. The bottle clip system is secure and the pocket is perfectly sized for gels/chews or your phone(it fit my iPhone 4).
The one negative I found is that because the belt is so light, I experienced a bit of bounce when the bottle was completely full. Once there was less than 8 oz. in the bottle, I didn't experience this problem. Like another reviewer mentioned, the bottle does seem to give water a bit of plastic taste, but I didn't find that to be a huge deal. It's not a perfect belt, but a pretty good value for road runs when you don't want to carry much water.
Reviewed by WyoGirl from Wyoming on Monday, June 2, 2014
Not too thrilled with this belt. The straps that tighten kind of flap around instead of stay put. Poor design. The bottle is very "plastic" tasting. I have many Camelbak products and this one fails the test for sure. I use it because it's small and convenient, but definitely not a great quality product from a leading manufacturer. If you run or jog, this belt wouldn't stay in place with the straps tightened the way you want them. I'm fixing them on my 3 mile walks everyday. Good luck, maybe mine is just a lemon.