This is a great phone case for use on and off the bike. The price might put some people off, but it's a great investment and anyone who takes the plunge is very unlikely to be disappointed
Space for different types of smartphones, cards, keys, passport
Fits into a jersey pocket very well
The price may be prohibitive to some
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For anyone tired of protecting their phone with a sealable sandwich bag, this offering from Bellroy is a great choice and a wise investment, even if it is a little pricy.
There’s a main compartment inside suitable for a range of smartphones, plus several other pockets for cards, cash, keys, a spare SIM card and even a passport.
In fact, this Bellroy Elements Phone Pocket Plus got its first use as a travel wallet on a trip to the Tour de France in the summer, and performed this role perfectly.
Back on the bike, I used on a very rainy ride around Snowdonia and during some heavy showers in Surrey, and it kept its contents safe and dry. This is now a permanent feature on all rides and there'll be no going back to inferior phone carrying options.
Its ergonomic shape lets it slip right into a standard cycling jersey or jacket pocket and it can be grabbed just as easily on the move or in the queue at the cafe stop.
Heading into the wetter months, having this to protect my phone and keep my money from getting soggy means there's one less thing to worry about when it starts raining (or snowing!).
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