Recently I came across a different product for your phone called the Grip V. It’s not a protective case but more of an add-on. It is a small card case designed to adhere to the back of your phone, with a small strap for your hand, built into it. Why would you need a hand strap? Well the Grip V is really geared to active people who are taking their phones along with them on a jog or a hike. I know I like to use my phone for music when I’m out for a run to help keep me going. It is also nice to use one of the many apps out there to measure and track your performance. I just have never liked the arm strap to hold my phone. I either have to constantly re-size it depending on how many layers I have on or it keeps slipping down. So here is where the hand strap comes in.
I secured the Grip V to the back of my phone case and took it on a four mile test run. I slipped the strap over my hand and set my power play list and off I went. At first it may seem a bit strange having the phone in your hand while running but after the first mile it was easy to forget you had it. It was handy to be able to quickly check my screen for my running stats and see who just sent a text rather than having to twist an arm band around to look. Another cool thing about the Grip V is that there is a slot in it to hold cards. This is a nice feature if you are traveling and going for a run. You can just slip your room key card into the Grip V. It is a pretty cool addition to a phone for anyone on the go. The adhesive is very secure. So if you are trying it out to see if you like it I suggest sticking it to the back of a case rather than the phone itself.