Armpocket Flash i-40 and Ultra i-35

It has been a while since we reviewed a good Armpocket product and yes, we have reviewed the Mega i-40 Plus and the i-35 armband before. I am assuming that these are this year’s models, or something.

I suppose that if you have never heard of an armband, then you would be surprised to find there is a way to put your mobile device on your arm in order to access the touchscreen through a window. Oh, and there is a way to listen to your music thanks to earbud access.

Armpocket Flash i-40

The Flash i-40 is made for devices up to 6.5 inches/16.5 cm, with an arm strap that fits up to 15 inches (38 cm). that’s good enough for the iPhone X/8/7/6 Plus, Galaxy S8+, Note 5, Google Pixel XL, or Pixel 2 XL. You can also carry your ID, credit cards, money, or even your keys in this thing, all thanks to some multiple interior storage compartments.

In the case of the Flash i-40, it is made of an ultra-soft bamboo/rayon mesh that is some great eco-friendly fabric made from recycled plastic. You can put your device inside, and it will be safe from both weather and sweat.

This would probably be a good time to talk about the multi-mode LED lights that can change functions with an easy squeeze button. By the way, the battery is included.

So, if you are looking to do some running in the day or the night, I would suggest wearing this Flash Mega i-40 on the Armpocket site for $49.95.

Armpocket Ultra i-35

Now, the Ultra i-35 can fit devices up to 6 inches (15.2 centimeters), which is good for the iPhone X/8/7/6, not to mention the Samsung S8/S7, or Google Pixel 2/Pixel. It also has the room for ID, keys, and cash.

It does not have the flash, and by that, I mean those flashing lights. It is made of that same ultra-soft bamboo/rayon mesh with some dual zippers for some protection against weather and sweat.

Not only is it a quality armband equal in quality to the i-40, but this one is available in a lot of great colors like Arctic Blue (a blue camo design), Arctic Berry (red camo), Arctic Storm (black camo), as well as purple and black. It is available for purchase on the Armpocket site for $39.95.

Our review of the Armpocket from Mega i-40 Plus

Armpocket i-40 plusI’ve reviewed a lot of Armpocket products before, like the i-35 Armband and the Nighthawk. They are designed to fit on the arm with a strap. I finally got a chance to try out the Mega i-40 Plus, which is designed for the Galaxy Note 4 and the iPhone 6 Plus.

Yes, the Mega i-40 Plus is designed for the larger phones. Fortunately, there is a double zipper enclosure which will keep the phablet from sweat, weather, and not slip. This is not bad.

Also, if you have the a desire to use your choice phablet like a big watch, you can do that through the transparent cover to access the touchscreen. The problem is, the headphone ports and accessing the pen will be problematic.

I recommend it for anyone who wants to keep a computer on your wrist. This is how I see this thing, as I don’t believe it is good for your upper arm while you are jogging. This is because of the location of the headphone ports. I noticed this problem with the i-35, and zippers don’t really improve on that. This is strange, because the website has a

In addition to this convenience, it has some pockets inside for credit cards. If you want it, you can get it on the Armpocket website for about $49.95.

Armpocket i-35 Armband

ArmpocketI have reviewed Armpocket products before, like when I reviewed the Nighthawk. They are designed to fit on the arm with a strap. I finally got a chance to try out the i-35, and this is because I finally had a chance to try out the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. (More on that later.)

The i-35 is designed for the larger phones, like the amazing popular Galaxy S4. The reason why I waited on reviewing it is because I wanted to see if I could fit a Galaxy Note 3 (the latest model) in it. Now I had to shove the Note 3, and I could fit it in, but had a hard time closing the zipper. Still, if you have the a desire to use the Note 3 like a big watch, you can do that through the transparent cover to access the touchscreen. The problem is, the headphone ports and accessing the pen will be problematic.

I recommend it for anyone who wants to keep a computer on your wrist. This is how I see this thing, as I don’t believe it is good for your upper arm while you are jogging. This is because of the location of the headphone ports.

In addition to this convenience, it has some pockets inside for credit cards. If you want it, you can get it on the Armpocket website for about $39.95.

The Nighthawk from Armpocket

Armpocket NighthawkI have reviewed the Armpocket before, and I was glad to get a chance to try out the Nighthawk for myself.

Armpocket makes products that I have seen before. Most recently, I have reviewed the Tunebelt. There is no point in trying to say whether someone is ripping another company off. I suppose that all of us want to put our phone on our arm when we are jogging.

The Nighthawk is unique because it has lights. In all honesty, I don’t know why someone hasn’t made a product like this before, and who knows, they probably have. There are a lot of people who like to run with a smartphone on their arm, and some do it at night. The Nighthawk has lights to illuminate your way and signal to others that you are there.

There are white lights on one side, and red lights on the other. These lights can be made to blink repeatedly if you wish, and the batteries are included. All in all, it is a necessary addition to the smartphone armband market.

The Nighthawk can accomodate many types of smartphones including the iPhone 4/4S, iPhone 5, the HTC Evo 4G, and Droid RAZR Maxx. It is available for purchase on the Armpocket site for about $49.95.