Exercise your right to a great soundtrack with the ultimate workout duo: an iPod nano and a flexible, lightweight armband.
Simply insert your iPod nano (5th generation) into the pocket, wrap the band around your arm or wrist, and secure it with the adjustable strap. The pocket even has space for the Nike + iPod Sport Kit receiver. Now plug your headphones into the jack and press Play. The 100 percent skip-free playback means you can run, ride, lift, and more without missing a moment of your favorite tunes.
What's in the Box?
- iPod nano Armband
iPod nano 5th Generation (video camera)
Ratings & Reviews
Good Product but still lacks complete sweat protection.
I just picked up Gen. 5 nano with this armband and the nike+ kit. This armband fit the nano with the nike+ sensor snuggly and stra ps comfortably around my average sized biceps. Took it for a 5K run and everything felt and functioned properly. After the run I took the nano out and noticed that the back side of the nano was damp from the sweat that had seeped through the back of the felt material on the ipod holder. So there were beeds of sweat on the back of the Nano. The front of the Nano was dry and well protected. Personally I would recommend this only for comfort but if you need absolute sweat protection, you might want to look at the H2O cases. Another recommendation would be to seal the nano with Glad Press N' Seal before putting it into the armband. …
- Written by John R from Philadelphia
639 of 722 people found this useful
Only if you DON'T sweat!
The first time I used this armband it was very difficult for the face to acknowledge any finger movement because the plastic is to o thick AND being on the treadmill for 45 minutes and having sweat pretty good - I didn't expect the nano to be WET. It froze on me and I had to gently place it in a warm area to dry it out. Fortunately it still works, but I would not recommend this armband because of this serious issue when exercising. Too costly of a shortfall. I almost lost my brand new nano! …
- Written by Raul M from Riverside
535 of 599 people found this useful
Arm Band NO Good!
This band is not moisture sensitive which caused my nano to quit working. After letting it dry out I still got a white screen. I then went to the troubleshooting section and followed the instructions. I finally got it to work after 3 download tries but then had lines in it, sound was bad (became very drawn out and volume was very inconsistent), pictures where murky. I went running again using the armband and it died.
The short of the long story is I had to send back the BRAND NEW GENERATION 5 NANO for repair. This is time I did not want to spend. I AM MAD!!!!
Plus I have to invest in a new armband or something to put it in while I exercise otherwise there is no need for this product! Why else would I have it if I can't even workout with it comfortably.
Save yourself some hassle DON'T BUY THIS ARMBAND!!!! …
- Written by Patricia F from Georgetown
506 of 584 people found this useful
Not worth $29.00
No moisture protection- I-pod had condensation on it after every workout.
No button sensitivity with the clear plastic cover. I -pod was often unresponsive thru the plastic. Also, the plastic wore out after a few months and eventually came completely off, which made the band useless. The I-pod doesn't stay in the band well without the plastic cover.
I would have expected to pay $5.00 the way this band held up. …
- Written by Cindy R from Seattle
73 of 83 people found this useful
This product is not good at all!!! Do NOT, I repeat, Do NOT waste your money on this. It is not worth it. You can just sacrifice p utting the iPod in your pocket. …
- Written by Ellen E from Columbus
110 of 144 people found this useful
The plastic cover is so stiff. selecting a tune was a major project. Once I had made my selection, controlling volume or changi ng the selection on the go was virtually impossible. I just "fixed" it by cutting away most of the plastic. Doesn't anyone test these things? ( I had one for my first nano which worked great.) …
- Written by June H from Richmondville
108 of 129 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
- Asked by Dana H from Salmon Arm
- Jan 14, 2010
no, they make special armbands for special versions
- Answered by Caitlyn H from Dixon
- Jul 26, 2011
No, there isn't.
- Answered by Ceri B
- Oct 13, 2009
- Asked by Jenny T
- Jan 24, 2010
It is on the bottom.
- Answered by Danielle A from Hazelwood
- Jan 25, 2010
- Asked by Ashlee W from Sedalia
- Oct 14, 2009
I think the problem that you have is not something that most cases can fix as most cases do not have any cable ties. But you can normally sort these things out through threading the cable up your sleeve then out the top of your t-shirt. Hopefully this would reduce the cable swing. …
- Answered by Chris D
- Oct 16, 2009
Is there a sweat-proof case/cover for the 5th gen iPod nano that is NOT an armband but rather a clip-on?
- Asked by Linda D from Tucson
- Oct 12, 2009
I have no idea - tried to ask this question myself and the website brought me to this after I entere d my apple id ... seems they don't make anything for use on a belt when working out - shame as armbands are not that comfortable to my way of thinking. Cheers. …
- Answered by Heidi B
- Oct 15, 2009
- Asked by Anthony J from San Jose
- Oct 31, 2009
- Answered by Mani K
- Aug 16, 2010