Product Review: UltrAspire Quantum Belt

I recently purchased an Ultraspire Quantum belt to replace the SpiBelt I gave away to a running mum who needed something to hold her puffer in when she went for a run.

Don’t get me wrong the SpiBelt served me well, but with winter ending and the days getting warmer, I wanted something that would hold a small water bottle.

While I love my hydration pack for long runs, I didn’t need it for shorter/middle-distance runs.

I needed a belt that could hold a small water bottle, my iPod and a small amount of fuel. Added bonus if it had bib holders.

I honestly thought I was never going to find something.  It was then I stumbled across UltrAspire, and their products on BarefootInc (which I have purchased previously from).

When I discovered that the Quantum belt covered all of my needs, I of course had to purchase it. And yes it has the capacity to hold a bib!

A few days later I had this bad boy in my hands.  So light, soft and totally awesome!

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The front pocket easily holds my phone and a few gels.  And before you ask, yes it will fit an iPhone 6.

The zip is also super easy to grab and pull open and close.

The bib clips are hidden but easily accessible when required.

Ultraspire quantum belt

While my water bottle is only 220ml, it fits perfectly in the back pocket.  This pocket can also be used to hold gels/food.

There is also a small pouch on the other side with a magnetic clip.

With a unique waist attachment system, its adjustable fit means it won’t bounce.

Can I say I’m totally in love with the belt?  It’s perfect for my needs.  It does not move (unless I move it), nor does it bounce.

It ticks all the boxes of what I was wanting out of a belt.

7 thoughts on “Product Review: UltrAspire Quantum Belt”

    1. I’ve been looking at a flipbelt, but was worried it would kind of roll down (does that make sense)? No problems like that?

    2. This only came in two colours, black (boring) or green.
      However it’s more like a fluro yellow green.

      I thought about a flip belt, but carrying a small water bottle was what I really wanted.
      And I love this belt, I can wear it on waste or hips, I just make adjustments with the waist band.

  1. It looks fantastic and looks like it sits really well on the hips too. I’ve never heard of it. And also all the reflective strips on it, win-win.

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