High Quality Travel Security Anti-Theft Money Mobile Phone Passport Belt
Keep Your Valuables Secure & In Sight
This Ihram Belt is the ideal way for keeping valuable's safe such as Money Passports Credit/Debit Cards Keys Cameras Phones etc.
This is an excellent anti-theft money belt to be worn with Ihram or when travelling or at any time you wish to keep your money mobile phone safe and secure.
The WIRE Re-Enforced (metal wire) within the waist strap means it is slash proof making it extremely hard for anyone to cut the strap while you are wearing the belt.
These bags are wire Re-Enforced making them slash/slit proof. This is important as there have been many cases were people have had their bags cut and stolen. Hajj Safe Waist Bags are the Only Anti-Theft Hajj Waist bags and Ihram Belts for Hajj and Umrah. They can be worn over the Ihram or used as a belt to hold the Ihram up.
The bags have many special security features
8. NEW - Secure Pocket To Hold Your I-Pad or Tablet.
You can fit all your travel essentials in this bag when travelling for Hajj or Umrah. . These includes the following
These bags can be worn around the waist or across the body. They are lightweight and discreet. It is easy to wear with Ihram and is discreet enough not to be seen or get in the way.
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