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Big Banjee Review and Giveaway!

Hey neighbors!

I am sure many of you want to know just exactly what a Big Banjee is.  Well, I am glad someone asked!  I received my Big Banjee from Sprigs.  They are PERFECT for travel!  How many times while traveling do you wish you could just take your iPhone, iPod, or cellphone and a little cash, but you don't have pockets to place them in?  Well, a Big Banjee will take care of that problem.
You can carry this......
or wear this!  Big Banjee

Big Banjee is a really neat wrist wallet.  It is made of a lightweight polyspandex material.  Big Banjee is basically a hooded pocket to keep your mobile phones and electronics in place and to protect them from being scratched that you wear on your wrist.  Not only do you have the hooded pocket, but there is another small pocket on the backside where you can carry other items, such as an ID, cash, credit card, keys or any other small item you need.  This makes the Big Banjee perfect for traveling, walking, jogging, going to the gym, anywhere you don't want to lug along a purse or have to carry a wallet.  My daughter thinks this is a great little product.  She can carry around her iPod while we are traveling and always have it handy to email her sisters or to take a picture!
Zippered pocket

Our Big Banjee is the paisley/black.  It is available in may different colors and at a price of $16.50 is easily affordable.  Not only is this great for traveling, but it would make a great gift for a teenager or perhaps someone who walks or jogs regularly.


Hooded Pocket

Sprigs also has Banjees made of different material.  You can choose from fleece, polyspandex, organic cotton and even from recycled material.  You might ask, "Why a wrist wallet?"  And Sprigs answer;
We love the outdoors, we love exercise and we love not being locked out of our home after a nice run. But carrying keys in your pocket isn’t always an option. And when it is an option, sometimes keys flopping around in your pocket is down-right uncomfortable. So we went looking for a quality, comfortable wrist wallet that could fit more than just one key and maybe a credit card. We found lots of outdated fanny packs, and lots of Velcro closures.  We were left with only one choice: design our own wrist wallet.

The really great news is, one of my neighbors here At the Fence will receive a Sprigs Big Banjee wrist wallet.  Also be sure to follow Sprigs on Twitter and then "Like" them on Facebook!


Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Big Banjee for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsors email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.




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Comments

DEBIJOT said…
I like the brown fleece.
andrea v said…
Purple/paisley black reversible
Kym said…
Neat idea!! I like the leopard/brown best.
karenmed409 said…
I like the tie dye pink
andrea v said…
https://twitter.com/vickers2622/status/257795165681491968
Brittany said…
I like the brown paisley/brown.
Gabbz said…
I'd love the Turquoise Wave/Black.

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