Few would purchase the Hama Holster in camouflage for its aesthetic offerings. This product was purchased for me as a gift, but it is not something I would choose for myself.
The Holster is little more than a fabric pouch with a flap. It has dimensions of 13.5cm x 7cm, so is suitable for most modern mobile phones. It is fashioned from nylon, and is equipped with a neck strap and accompanying silver hook. The camouflage design is comprised of shades of khaki, olive green and forest green.
The nylon casing is soft and flexible but there is no additional cushioning inside the phone, so the case provides only limited protection for your phone. Similarly, the flap that secures over the main body of the case fastens with a square of Velcro and does not fully cover the mouth of the case. The Velcro is strong when you first begin using the product, but after being ripped open only a few times it quickly loses its gripping ability. The neck strap too, as well as being fashioned from low-quality material, is unsightly. This strap is so long that when you use it to secure the product about your person the case will be level with your abdomen. This feature is useful in that you may keep the phone in sight if you are concerned about its whereabouts, but if you are moving extensively it may become annoying as it repeatedly bangs against your body.
The neck strap can be removed from the clip by depressing one side of the clip and slipping the strap free. This allows you to add your own better quality strap if you prefer. It is also a useful safety feature.
There are no additional compartments to the holster, so no room to store accessories. This product usually retails at around £3, and its quality reflects this. It is not suited to those on the move, but may appeal to teenagers who are looking for a mobile phone holder that doubles as an accessory.