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Wearing my runnur when I met the Legend Julien Smith!

The Runnur Mini Backpack

Since I got back from SXSW you might have seen me walking around with what looks a mix between a messenger bag sling and a fanny pack.

While walking on the SXSW tradeshow floor, I encountered a booth that was selling an item called Runnur (Affiliate Link). As soon as I saw it, knew I had to buy one.

I bought one knowing that I had made a good purchase. Andrew Hamra, founder of Runnur, convinced me by pointing out how stuffed my pockets where.

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For some reason when I am running from one place to the other (it gets even worst when travelling and in a conference like SXSW) I tend to continue to stuff my pockets.

The biggest issue is when I  misplace my debit card and I need to pay for something, I have stuffed it into the black hole of my jeans. Not only do I waste the time of those behind me, but also I waste my own time.  Another inconvenience is loosing my hotel key or not being able to find it amongst the dozens of biz cards I have received during the day.

What is in my Runnur?

Depending where I am headed, I may carry various things in my Runnur such as:

  • Keys to my Car
  • Extra Business Cards
  • USB Cable for my Phone
  • Mophie Juice Pack (extra battery)
  • Small Knife
  • Wallet
  • My iPhone
  • Sunglasses (Safely Stored)
  • My ID
  • A Pen or Two
  • Emergency Cash
  • Point and Shoot Camera

I also tend to hang a baseball cap on the carabiner. If I have to go out for groceries, I just grab the Runnur and go.

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Internal built in wallet with slots to store and organize cards and cash.

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You can place your ID or Badge here!

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Your Pens or pencils are accesible.

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Two Lower Front Pockets I store iPhone & Wallet.

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Lower front pocket with carabiner. Makes it also easy to hang my keys and when carrying groceries or my toddler I can open my vehicle.

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Inside Pocket.

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Back Pocket to hole a bottle of water or your favorite liquid.

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Safe storage for you eyewear.

Grab and Go

In case of an emergency or just being in a hurry, storing things in one place when leaving home is priceless. I tend to leave things separated and have a bad habit of leaving my wallet in one set of pants and my keys in one of the many rooms. I set up an accessible place where we could hang both of our Runnurs.

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Ready to go notice the baseball cap at the bottom!

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This way I am able to get in the car by just grabbing one item; my Runnur.

The Runnur has saved me a few headaches when it comes to not loosing items also. I tend to lose my debit cards quite frequently and since I got my Runnur I have not lost one.

Overall the runnur has helped me get organized, walk with all my gadgets and widgets, and save me time looking for things I usually lose around the house.

I highly recommend the Runnur and if you are always on the go and want to carry many things without bulking up your pockets the Runnur is the way to go!

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