Welcome! I invite you to join me on this journey we call Life. It's crazy, fun, silly, sad, happy, loony, dull, exciting and everything in between

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Travel Hardwear Money Belt Review

This post contains affiliate links

Have you ever been pick pocketed or lost you wallet? I have not, so thankfully, I have not had the horror of losing my I.D., credit cards or money. I can only imagine what a nightmare it can be.
I received the Travel Hardwear Money Belt to review and I carried it on my recent trip to Georgia and it was one of the most useful things I took!

I wore it around my waist a few times and was so surprised. It was very comfortable and I could hardly feel it, yet it was well concealed and lay flat under my clothing so no one else could tell I was wearing it.
At the convention we attended, there were booths where we could buy clown supplies, but we were also attending classes. I didn't want to carry a lot of stuff all day so I emptied my back pack and only had the essentials that I would need during the day. I carried that and my camera. I haven't carried a purse in some time now, but I have a regular wallet for my essentials. It was much to bulky to fit into my camera case, so I thought, what a great moment to use the money belt again!

I put my money and cards into the money belt, but this time, instead of wearing it, I adjusted the belt to it's smallest size and put the wallet into my bag. 
That worked wonderfully for the convention! It was extremely lightweight and folded neatly into my bag, taking up a minimum amount of space. It was also super easy to access when I needed it.

The cloth has the added benefit of having RFID shielding technology built in to help protect your sensitive information. There are two separate zippered compartments and in the top one there are two mesh compartments as well. You can keep your cash, credit cards, keys and other small items organized to your liking.
This package includes two bright, colorful luggage straps for an added value. You can put these on your suitcase for easier identification when traveling. The luggage straps are each 180 x 6 cm and designed to fit on standard suitcases.

With the levels of theft and robbery being reported, If you travel a little or a lot, this money belt is definitely an item to consider. 


If you want to keep your goods concealed, you can find the Travel Hardwear Money Belt on Amazon.


Disclosure: I received the item mentioned above for the purpose of review. The opinions expressed are 100% my own based on my usage of the product. You opinion and experience may differ. This post may contain affiliate links which simply means if you click my links and decide to purchase, I may make a small commission, which in turn helps me and my family.

No comments: