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Traveling Days : StashBelt Review!

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone today?  We've been SUPER busy here recently, but I wanted to tell you all about this unique product that is great for travelers of all kinds!

For those of you that don't know, here is a little bit of information about StashBelt... "Handcrafted from natural, fine quality Kenyan pull-up leather the StashBelt is guaranteed to take all the abuse your travels can throw at it and more. It's 18-inch zipper pocket is large enough to hold more than $1000 in folded bills - enough to get you out of nearly any jam.You can also stash keys, jewellery, medication or any other small, precious items you'd rather keep away from sticky fingers.The StashBelt is the ONLY moneybelt with a built-in data storage solution: a Hidden 4 GB micro USB stick - INCLUDED FREE - Use this to keep scans of key documents like your passport, insurance information, ID...or a selection of your favourite tunes to rock out to while on the road. With our double snap design, you can customize your StashBelt with buckles of your own."

I received the THE MAASAI - BLACK StashBelt for review, and love it!  Everybody I have shown it to thinks it is so neat, and it will be very useful for the cruise next year when we are in port, and want to be careful about carrying cash.  I LOVE that it just looks like a normal belt... people would expect to find cash in a money belt, but nobody would expect somebody to have cash in a common looking belt like this.

I also really like that it is made with natural leather.  It is completely capable of holding up to any trip you take!  I paired it with a Khaki skirt and a t-shirt the other day, and as you can see, it looks completely normal...

Nobody would ever suspect that the belt in my outfit above could hold more than 1,000 in folded bills, let alone a USB Drive that is great for scans of neccessary documents such as your I.D, birth certificate, etc!  My dad offered to buy this off of me, but, I think I am going to save it for our cruise.  :)  

If you are a traveler that may have places or situations where you'd like something to keep your money discreetly concealed, this is the product for you!  You can purchase this (as well as either of the other StashBelts - The Ameru and The Kikuyu) on the StashBelt website.  You can also Like them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter to stay up to date with their latest news.  

I received two products for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All text in red is taken from the StashBelt website.  


Unknown said…
Hi Lori

Glad you love the belt!

Get your Dad to reach out to us, we'll hook him up with a special promo code for a great discount so he can get a StashBelt of his very own!

Have a great cruise and be sure to snap a picture or two of you in your new belt! We'd love it for our Facebook.

Great blog btw!

Team StashBelt

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