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Checking Out The Vizi Belt

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience. 

Unless you are completely new to the blog, then you know that one of my major pet peeves is people who run without reflective gear or bright clothing. I definitely run with both. Let's just say that I usually receive comments on how bright I am. :)

But this year, I've had the opportunity to try out some really great gear. And my latest running gear to try was the Vizi Belt 

I liked the pink one, but it also comes in yellow, orange and red. When the button is pressed it can either have a fast flash, a slow flash or a steady light. I loved the light! 

I have an iPhone 6 with an otterbox defender case. So yeah, it's big. And yes it fit! It was a little snug getting it in and out, but it was doable. I was able to take my phone out mid run as needed. The Vizi belt has one one huge zippered pouch, but I love that it has two zippers. I put my key on one side and closed the zipper to the middle. I put my phone on the other side and used that zipper to close that side. That way, if I needed my phone, I could take it out without unzipping near my key. I'm always paranoid that I'm going to lose my keys! 

My overall thoughts? I loved the Vizi Belt. It was small enough not to get in my way. It stayed put when I ran. It didn't ride up or down. It held all of my gear, and the light feature was awesome. Overall, I'm extremely pleased. 

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