When I am ‘on the go’, there are a few essentials that I like to carry with me. The days of leaving the house with nothing in my hands or pockets are a thing of the past. Unfortunately, not all clothing is created equal, hence, I am often without pockets for my things. Luckily, I received a Pami Pocket for review and the problem has been resolved!
The Pami Pocket is perfect for those that are out and about often but don’t wish to carry a purse with them everywhere they go. Sometimes, it’s difficult or just strange to carry a big bag. Ever been out to dance? It’s quite difficult to do so with a large purse on your shoulder, yet you don’t want to worry about losing your phone or ID. How about when you go to the pool or beach? Most don’t want to fool with toting lots of stuff to these places so the Pami Pocket makes things easier.
Here is an intro video of the Pami Pocket:
With enough room to hold your cell phone, driver’s license, and cash, the Pami Pocket is perfect when you just need to take a few things with you. The inside pouch holds my iPhone 4 perfectly.
The open pocket on the front makes it quick and easy to store other items that I need. I have used this a few times now, most recently when I needed to make a quick trip to the store for milk. Rather than carrying my entire bag to the car and then again into the store, I slipped my phone, license, and debit card into the Pami Pocket and I was ready to go.
The only downside I have found to the Pami Pocket is that the strap is not adjustable. This can be a problem for bigger women or those with long torsos. For me, it’s difficult to wear across my body because it’s so short. Still, I can carry it on one shoulder like I do my purse with no issues. A strap that can be adjusted or that is just a bit longer would make this the perfect accessory!
The Pami Pocket is currently available in black or hot pink, though other colors are on the way. You can visit their website to order your own or suggest the next color option!
I received a free product as part of a Karma Media campaign. All opinions are 100% mine.