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The belt is cheap, flimsy, low quality elastic with hook & loop (velcro type) fastener covering the entire outer side. This hook & loop will have hairs, dust, lint, threads, everything imaginable stuck to it. It will also catch onto clothing. The elastic won't hold up to much use. Making matters worse - it is very short. Un-stretched the belt attached to the bag creates a circumference of 31 inches. You could attach a different belt to the plastic rectangular links that have an opening of 1 & 3/8 inches. Not impressed given the range of choices in fanny packs etc. available. The pouch itself is small. It holds my CD player. There are 3 small pockets against one side presumably for CD's, however the area is so small I'm afraid they'd be easily damaged pulling in & out. I think I'll return this.
I bought this for my 9 year old who has just discovered the joys of a portable cd player. He loves this carrier! It's not too bulky, it could be adjusted to be worn messenger bag style (I don't think that would work for an adult tho) or he can hang it on his bike handlebars. Its been dropped multiple times (of course! haha) and his cd player still works!
The strap is too short to fit around my .... anything! Well it will fit around my thigh so when I want to strap it there I’m in business! Or I can strap it to my arm. Sarcasm spent. The strap is 20 3/4” long. When I was 20 I had a 19 inch waist I could use this comfortably with clothing on. But after 5 children and 43 years that isn’t happening. Even if I had a 21” waist it would be too snug for comfort. The case seems like passable quality. My iPhone 11 won’t fit unless I can squeeze it in either the CD player. There are little pockets inside. Don’t know how useful those would be. Without being able to wear this as a fanny pack all one could do is fumble around trying to trade out disks. You’ll have to find a table to use or a tree stump if you’re in the woods as I often am. It’s not going to be comfortable to carry this while walking or hiking unless you have a backpack. If you’re just out for a stroll and are taking a water bottle you’ll have your hands full. It’s cheap. Won’t hurt me to keep it and make my own belt
I got this for my mom to use on walks and around the house to listen to her disc man and phone. It’s not really hard to figure out, but I had to coach her on how to use it. Important: “sound quality” is irrelevant because, of course, it doesn’t come with a disc man—it’s just a holder.