Incase's Sports Armband Pro is the perfect companion for running, working out, and other strenuous activities. Its touch-sensitive screen cover provides sweatproof protection while giving you full access to the iPod nano (7th Gen.) screen functions. Lightweight, breathable, and adjustable for the right fit, the Sports Armband Pro keeps your iPod nano protected from sweat and the elements at the gym or outdoors.
- Breathable perforated armband
- Touch-sensitive screen cover provides easy access to iPod nano touch screen
- Adjustable to fit a wide range of arm sizes
- Stash pocket sized for a key
- Reflective safety highlights
Did you notice?The built-in stash pocket is just the right size to hold a key.
Apple Recommends ForKeep your iPod nano secure yet accessible during a workout or run.
What's in the Box?
- Incase Sports Armband Pro for iPod nano (7th Gen.)
- Form Factor: Armband
- Material: Neoprene
- UPC or EAN No.: 013803204131
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- Warranty: One-year limited (For details, please visit www.goincase.com/warranty/)
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Ratings & Reviews
This case was the only holder with any sort of attachment at the Apple store, so I bought it so I could run with it. I never made This case was the only holder with any sort of attachment at the Apple store, so I bought it so I could run with it. I never made it out running.
First of all, the case is so tight and sticky, that getting the nano in and out is nearly impossible. Second, you MUST take the nano out to sync it with iTunes! There is no slot in the case that you can pass the cord through.
In addition, the basic headphones that come with the nano have no controls on them, so you must use the controls on the unit itself for volume/pause/play/skip ahead. Controlling the unit through the case is ridiculously difficult.
Wait for something better. …
- Written by Monica B from Denver
308 of 331 people found this useful
Works well enough
Works well enough, but it's hard to thumb through your music while it is in the case. Also, not very functional when the ear phone Works well enough, but it's hard to thumb through your music while it is in the case. Also, not very functional when the ear phone jack is at the bottom of the iPod. …
- Written by Andrew P from Indianapolis
130 of 136 people found this useful
Nano doesn't fit
I purchased this armband; the new iPod nano doesn't fit. Also it is very difficult to adjust the song selection. I hope they come I purchased this armband; the new iPod nano doesn't fit. Also it is very difficult to adjust the song selection. I hope they come out with something else. …
- Written by Caitlin W from Saint Louis
104 of 112 people found this useful
Nano running case is no good
I got this to run when I purchased my new nano. It hurts my arm, rubs to open skin. It is very difficult to use controls through t I got this to run when I purchased my new nano. It hurts my arm, rubs to open skin. It is very difficult to use controls through the cover, impossible during run. I have tried this for a month now, I give up. It is a really bad product. …
- Written by Tracey Y from Paoli
Created by Non-Exercisers
The perfect armband--if you don't work out. I'm guessing that the people who created this go for sweet little walks where their so The perfect armband--if you don't work out. I'm guessing that the people who created this go for sweet little walks where their songs perfectly match their workout and the volume is always perfectly equalized.
1. When running, I can't change the volume by using the buttons on the side, which means I have to stop, push the activation button and change the volume through the too-thick plastic. If other people can do that while running, then you are fantastically coordinated. I, however, am not.
2. I tried forwarding to another song, and the plastic made that control almost inoperable, as it just kept fast-forwarding through the song.
3. I have small hands--like, a 4.5 ring size--and even I struggle with getting the iPod out of the case.
4. For $30 and after years of armband technology, you'd think this company could have figured this stuff out by now. It's not like we're in 1999, and I need to access the wheel of my iPod 1. Come on. …
- Written by Alissa S from Reno
Runners beware--case absorbs sweat!
I purchased this armband with my new iPod (7th gen).
After several runs (including 3 over 20km) I found the following:
I fou I purchased this armband with my new iPod (7th gen).
After several runs (including 3 over 20km) I found the following:
I found it very hard to see the screen and make any selections from the screen while running as the clear plastic/screen cover isn't very responsive, and it is a bad angle to view on one's upper arm.
The iPod must be removed from the case to charge it, and the iPod doesn't slide in or out easily.
Most significantly, the neoprene wicks sweat INTO the case. 20 minutes into a run, the iPod started making random changes (skipping tracks, pausing the workout etc) as sweat had started to bead up on the front of the screen, between the screen and the case and this moisture was sensed by the ipod as a selection. Granted, I was running in Miami, and it was hot and humid, but it wasn't raining. nThat night, my iPod flickered on and off while charging, as my sweat had seeped into the unit itself. Back to the apple store where they generously accepted the return of my arm band and then exchanged my dysfunctional iPod! I should mention that I also had an invisible shield on the iPod.
Hope this review helps other runners out there who don't want to kill their iPods in 20-30 minutes of running! …
- Written by Neil M from Vernon
6 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
I just ordered the new I Pod nano. Does this arm band fit?
- Asked by Maura M from Apo
- Nov 27, 2012
It does fit the iPod nano (7th generation) released this year. While it fits, it doesn't fit extreme It does fit the iPod nano (7th generation) released this year. While it fits, it doesn't fit extremely *well*. It's very snug, and difficult to take out. Controls (except for the sleep and home buttons) are very difficult to press. I'd wait for something a little better, or invest in a case with a clip. I own one, and am not extremely happy with the purchase.
Hope that helps! …
- Answered by Matthew M from Woodbridge
- Dec 7, 2012
Does this case allow one to get access to the headphone jack?
- Asked by Olive S from Long Beach
- Jan 20, 2013
It allows access to the headphone jack. I recommend using it with ear pods that have a volume rocker It allows access to the headphone jack. I recommend using it with ear pods that have a volume rocker and ply/pause/fast forward control. Or use it with Bluetooth headphones …
- Answered by James K from Santa Barbara
- May 27, 2013
up to what size bicept will this fit as my partner has quite big arms?
- Asked by Angela T
- Nov 24, 2012
Can I use the Nike sports function while my ipod nano 7th gen is in an armband? Will I get an accurate pedometer reading?
- Asked by Alison C from Kilaben Bay
- Feb 12, 2013
Is the armband compatible for the Ipod 4th generation?
- Asked by David G from Sacramento
- Nov 28, 2012