Reviewed by AmyOle from Twin Cities, MN on Friday, March 22, 2013
This makes my Timbuk2 bag SO much more functional! I bought the bag and strap for an upcoming trip to Kathmandu and Seoul, but have been wearing it around as a makeshift gym/diaper bag/ purse for the past two months. This strap makes my phone (an iPhone4 in a HUGE otterbox, by the way) really han...
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Reviewed by MontanaKitty from Montana on Monday, March 10, 2014
This strap appears to have excellent velcro. It is a bit stiff but am sure it will break in with use. Like the pouch for the phone. Looks like it would be easy to get at when traversing a crowded airport with luggage.
Reviewed by MontanaKitty from Montana on Thursday, February 20, 2014
Other reviewers mentioned how stiff this is and I found it stiff as well. Hopefully in time, it will soften a touch. Haven't used it yet but do like the phone pouch that is attached. You just need to make sure to orient it corectly on the bag strap or your phone will be on your back and that is not handy! The velcro seems very stout, as if it will last a long time. Not sure this will work on bags with thin straps though. It's a fairly wide channel through the strap.
Reviewed by TS from NYC on Friday, February 14, 2014
I picked it up to replace a broken strap pad on a generic computer bag, and for a patagucci shoulder bag that didn't come with any strap.
It's *long*. Just note that it's almost 20'... which is awesome as you can shift the bag from side to back and there's still plenty of pad. The bad part is that, because it's so long, you might run into issues with the sliding buckle. If you've got the strap shortened so the sliding buckle is close to the top of your shoulder, then this strap may not fit.
The phone case fits an iphone 4. Haven't tried an iPhone 5, but my Galaxy S4 isn't even close. So I've got my headphones stuffed in there.