The Pocketband Wristband For Discreetly Storing A Key Or Money

March 21, 2018

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This is the $14 Pocketband 3.0 'Wristband With A Hidden Pocket' (previously: the original way back in 2013). It's an adjustable silicone wristband with a hidden pocket in the rear (not so hidden in the clear model) for storing a key or money, or, if you're like me, a crumbled cookie. It's like a LiveStrong bracelet with bonus storage. Me? I used to keep my money in my sock when I would go jogging but some convenience store employees frown on handling bills with a little athlete's foot on them and then you have to remind them it's legal tender and they still ask you to leave anyways and now where am I supposed to get another Snickers Ice Cream Bar between here and home? The whole purpose of running in the first place was so I could have one without feeling too guilty. "You jogged four blocks." I said too guilty, I didn't say not guilty at all.

Keep going for a couple more shots including the colors available and a couple gifs of things going in and coming out.

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Thanks Devin, I'll take one with sparkles.

  • Emmitt Morgans

    I saw the clear wristband and thought, "oh, that must just be to demonstrate how the hidden compartment can hold a key."

    ...and then I saw that "Clear" is actually an available color option for purchase. Why? Especially when "Hidden" is listed as a primary selling point in the original Kickstarter title.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Land Rover has a feature ($550 or so for a replacement) for a wristband "activity key" that you stow in the car and when you want to go do something active and don't want your normal keys clanking around you put the wristband on and leave all your shit in the car.

    This is way cheaper. That said I kind of want an activity key for whatever car I replace my current shitbox with.

  • Bling Nye

    Still not as discreet as the ol' prison wallet.

  • Geekologie

    tons of storage

  • Bling Nye

    Oh, shit tons.

  • SmokeThatSkinWagon
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