Pouch for Lucozade Jelly Beans

Where do you keep yours?

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25/02/2011 at 21:09
Hi all,

I've got one of these >>>>


and need an ickel pouch to attach to my belt to keep some of these in>>>>>

any ideas?
Just a very small pouch I can attach to my number belt.

I've got one of the SiS Gel Belt's but with just jelly beans in, it'll be flapping around and I wan't to stick with my number belt only.

Thank you in advance for any ideas.


25/02/2011 at 21:20

I may have answered my own question and try one of these wrist pouches. (StartFitness - £8.99)
Obviously not attached to my belt, but might be an option.

26/02/2011 at 08:16

Coin bags from the bank and selotape!!!!!

Make up a few small bags, then rip each one off as required.

seren nos    pirate
26/02/2011 at 10:03
clamshell I like that ides.they would not rustle like a pile of sandwich bags.......
26/02/2011 at 16:55
Good idea Clamshell.  A lot cheaper!
27/02/2011 at 12:23

Mick, you do realise that the Lucozade jelly beans are no different to the jelly beans that you buy at your local corner shop right?

Just a lot more expensive and in a different packet.

27/02/2011 at 12:26
My shorts have a key pocket which is great for keeping jelly babies in
seren nos    pirate
27/02/2011 at 13:34
josh but in a race especially when it gets wet they make a gooey mess in the pocket
27/02/2011 at 13:37
i have a lickle pocket in my shorts , but they bulge out looking like haemaorroids...best place is in your knickers , but that leads to all sorts of problems
27/02/2011 at 20:49
Ben,  yup, I know they are pretty much the same.

Josh, i had a handffull stuffed into the rear zip pocket of my shorts for the Brass Monkey half, as seren said, they turned into one big blob of sugary goo.

loulabell wrote (see)
i have a lickle pocket in my shorts , but they bulge out looking like haemaorroids...best place is in your knickers , but that leads to all sorts of problems

The Haemaorroid look is never a good look, but I suppose I could wear my wife's knickers just to try them out.
28/02/2011 at 12:54

this thread has made me smile, I had some multi coloured jelly beans in the little pocket on the back of my shorts, they got wet and ran onto my white knickers, when I got home I looked like I had been in a very strange accident!!

Now I just keep one of the little packs and put in as many as I need and keep that in the little pocket. I use Jelly bean sports beans, bit more in them than the lucazade ones.

28/02/2011 at 21:50

I popped into Tesco this evening after work and spotted some jelly beans.  I grabbed a box of 'The Jelly Bean Factory' jelly beans for £1.64 (200g)


The Lucozade beans cost £1 for 30g.

I though i'd check 'The Jelly Bean Factory' website to compare nutritional details and guess what.  The Jelly bean Factory Company  actually supply Lucozade with their Jelly Beans!

Check it oot!

Edited: 28/02/2011 at 21:51
28/02/2011 at 21:59
ooooo i think i'll go get some in tesco...Mr LLB takes jelly babies on a run but they make me feel too sick..i like starburst or fruit pastilles normally or fruitella  but id quite like jellybeans -just because of the colours......*makes mental note NOT to wear white knickers* scrub that, just forget knickers all together......
28/02/2011 at 22:00
it says  'gourmet beans ' does this mean you can cook em as part of your 5 a day
28/02/2011 at 22:24

this has got to be the funniest thing about jelly beans i have ever read- they are tricky sweets

28/02/2011 at 22:26
im always suspicious of the beige coloured ones....they look like they are imposters in a multi shade sugar rave.....
28/02/2011 at 22:27
I've decided to pop a little sack down my shorts and pop a safety pin through. Sorted.
28/02/2011 at 22:30
Mick 'Stringy' wrote (see)
I've decided to pop a little sack down my shorts and pop a safety pin through. Sorted.

om my goodness me.....you do know piercing is a tad uncomfortable when your a runner dont you?....
Edited: 28/02/2011 at 22:31
01/03/2011 at 06:09



I use these


01/03/2011 at 06:10
opps sorry didnt think anything had happened with that link
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