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PYK3
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April 30, 2017 2:33 pm  

Hello... I'm considering purchasing either a stealth belt or comfort belt. Just wondering if anyone can speak to either or both? I live in Arizona so I would want it to be moisture-wicking and light. Would like to get some advice before investing. Thank you!

PS Eric... I watched both videos where you reviewed each belt, but am curious to know if you prefer one over the other?


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Sarah Green
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April 30, 2017 7:27 pm  

Hello

Sorry I don't know what sex you are or your body shape, but from my experiences as a curvaceous woman, I found that the Stealth Belt didn't fit the shape of my hips and was more designed for someone who didn't have hips. Looking at photos of the Comfort Belt (which I haven't tried) it looks like it is more suitable for women's curves


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April 30, 2017 8:42 pm  

I plan on comparing both very soon, so stay tuned for that! 

As Sarah mentioned, body shape may influence how the belt stays put, but I'm really only able to share how it fits on me. 


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Kae
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May 1, 2017 3:50 pm  

I have been wondering about belts myself. I have the traditional 'hourglass' figure that is hard to fit with anything, it seems. Add to that a hefty weight and I can't wear anything. :(   Thanks Sarah, for your input about the Stealth Belt, that helps quite a bit.

I would love to hear if any women with such a figure have found a belt that works for them. 

PYK3, good luck in your search. Let us know if you find something!


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May 1, 2017 8:14 pm  
Posted by: Kae

 

I have been wondering about belts myself. I have the traditional 'hourglass' figure that is hard to fit with anything, it seems. Add to that a hefty weight and I can't wear anything. 

I would love to hear if any women with such a figure have found a belt that works for them. 

 

   

im in the same boat Kae 


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May 3, 2017 9:21 pm  

Hello Ladies,

I have a ostobelt similar to the stealth belt.  Its not my go to.  I don't have an hours glass figure but I am holding a bit of a muffin top and I found the when the belt placed properly it just enhanced the size of my muffin top.  I wear an old maternity band everyday.  It keeps my bag close to be and helps with the weight of it.  It also hides it well enough if my shirt was to lift up wen carrying the kids, and covers my butt crack (damn low rise jeans).


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