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Trakline Belt - VS - Comfort Click Belt "As Seen on TV"

by Karl Kozak October 20, 2016

Trakline Belt - VS - Comfort Click Belt "As Seen on TV"

Before You Buy a Comfort Click Belt Read These Reviews

(Reprinted from "Genuine Honest Reviews")

We've all seen the TV ads for the new Comfort Click Belt. It's a cheap ratchet style belt with no belt holes. BUT before you whip out your credit card and spend your hard-earned money read what a few of these Comfort Click belt customers had to say about it -- for $19.99 what would you expect to get ? 

Gary O’Neil states – “...after wearing the Comfort Click belt for only a few weeks the belt has begun to bend out of shape and stretched a bit too much...”

Carlos Gomez complains“Comfort Click’s ratchet’s lever mechanism broke after 6 months of ownership. The metal piece just snapped in half while lightly pulling the belt apart (loosening it) because of not fully disengaging the ratcheting mechanism. It took an alarmingly small amount of force to break it. You would expect it to withstand a bit more than that.”

Brandon Peterson mentions in his review“...for some reason the body of the buckle itself scratches away really easily. Shame..”

Paul Conner complains in his review“Comfort Click is a nice belt but poorly made. The Comfort Click buckle is heavy. The buckle keeps slipping off the leather and the buckle finally broke so it was a nice belt for the short time."

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Bill Clark reveals in his review“Comfort Click is an adjustable belt that seemed pretty easy to use and durable. Then, within a week of using, the buckle came off and can’t be put back on without super glue.”

Eddie Clark said – “Comfort Click has some flaws that are worth noting as they were not apparent from the photographed item.”

Robert Seaman
reveals the missing information on the Comfort Click site ComfortClickBelt.com , in his review he says – “Comfort Click has no guarantee and warranty given, belt width and length information is missing on the official website and there is no option for buckles and no buckle dimension are given.” 

Thomas Nicholson states in his review“The Comfort Click belt smells of cheap would-be-leather…it’s just awful. It reeked right out of the box so you will have to air it out for a couple days before deciding to return it. The smell was still there. The materials are obviously cheap or the glue is awful but it smells like the inside of a cheap shoe store that has been in need of maintenance. The buckle mechanism is not good too unlike some other belts of this nature sold on amazon. Comfort Click does work, the ratchet is there and it will hold your pants up but you could get a much better belt with the same functionality and without that awful smell.”  

Of course none of these comments should come as a surprise. Most of us realize thru experience that pretty much any product sold on TV for $19.99 is not going to be of good quality. That's why they're selling it for $19.99 - it's an impulse buy. Compare that to Macy's department stores who sell most of their standard men's leather belts for about $39 - $49. 

Want a superior ratchet style belt?  Try a Trakline brand belt from Kore Essentials. It's 30% more adjustable, uses far superior leathers, has a patented mechanism that's easier to operate and more durable and there's more styles to choose from and 1 year warranty. Visit > http://www.KoreEssentials.com

So if you're interested in trying out a no-holes, automatic, ratchet belt - we recommend you compare our Trakline Belts first, before you rush to purchase a comfort click or any other brand. For starters, Trakline belts are the #1 customer rated ratchet belts on Amazon.com. Our belts are constructed using higher-quality leathers (full-grain and top-grain), with longer tracks (10" - not 7"), offering more adjustment positions (40 - not 32), use a more reliable buckle mechanism (patented spring-loaded system we designed), and we offer a 1 year warranty because we believe in our product quality. Of course Trakline belts also offers a wider array of belt buckle styles and belt colors. So do yourself and your waist a favor and get a genuine Trakline Belt by Kore Essentials.   Go to >> http://www.KoreEssentials.com 

 

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Comfort Click Belt Reviews

Gary O’Neil  – “Comfort Click has good looks and style! After wearing the Comfort Click belt for only a few weeks the belt has begun to bend out of shape and stretched a bit too much but is a nice buckle though.”

Carlos Gomez – “Comfort Click’s ratchet’s lever and spring mechanism broke after 6 months of ownership. The metal piece just snapped in half while lightly pulling the belt apart (loosening it) because of not fully disengaging the ratcheting mechanism. It took an alarmingly small amount of force to break it. You would expect it to withstand a bit more than that.” 

Want a superior ratchet style belt?  Try a Trakline brand belt from Kore Essentials. It's 30% more adjustable, uses far superior leathers, has a patented mechanism that's easier to operate and more durable and there's more styles to choose from and 1 year warranty. Visit http://www.KoreEssentials.com

Ben Croft – “It takes nerve to stamp “genuine leather” on a belt that clearly isn’t. Comfort Click looks as good as some leather belts and is very comfortable because the ratchet is so precisely adjustable.”

Brandon Peterson – “Comfort Click belt is great in many ways, but for some reason the body of the buckle itself scratches away really easily. Shame, because the Comfort Click belt itself is awesome.”

Paul Conner  – “Comfort Click is a nice belt but poorly made. The Comfort Click buckle is heavy. The buckle keeps slipping off the leather and the buckle finally broke so it was a nice belt for the short time.”

Bill Clark – “Comfort Click is an adjustable belt that seemed pretty easy to use and durable. Then, within a week of using, the buckle
came off and can’t be put back on without super glue.”

Eddie Clark – “Comfort Click has some flaws that are worth noting as they were not apparent from the photographed item.”

1. On the outside, Comfort Click looks alright but the buckle has a flat face riveted on to the buckle frame. The back of the rivet scratches the belt a bit when inserted.

2. The ratchet system is not intuitive. You would think that you would pull the lever to release the buckle, but instead, you have to push the lever in towards your groin area while you are pulling the buckle out. The release lever is flush, but it may be to flush for you. When you want your Comfort Click belt to come off, you don’t want to be slipping of the lever because there is really no good grip on it. To get best results, plan to use to hands with this mechanism. 

Want a superior ratchet style belt?  Try a Trakline brand belt from Kore Essentials. It's 30% more adjustable, uses far superior leathers, has a patented mechanism that's easier to operate and more durable and there's more styles to choose from and 1 year warranty. Visit http://www.KoreEssentials.com

Thomas Nicholson  – “The Comfort Click belt smells of cheap would-be-leather…it’s just awful. It reeked right out of the box so you will have to air it out for a couple days before deciding to return it. The smell was still there. The materials are obviously cheap or the glue is awful but it smells like the inside of a cheap shoe store that has been in need of maintenance. The buckle mechanism is not good too unlike some other belts of this nature sold on amazon. Comfort Click does work, the ratchet is there and it will hold your pants up but you could get a much better belt with the same functionality and without that awful smell.”

Robert Seaman reveals the missing information on the Comfort Click site ComfortClickBelt.com , in his review he says – “Comfort Click has no guarantee and warranty given, belt width and length information is missing on the official website ComfortClickBelt.com, and there is no option for buckles and no buckle dimension are given.”

A no-hole or ratchet belt is a specific style of belt that clicks, or ratchets down to the desired size by using a buckle mechanism that locks into place. The position of the belt is maintained by using a series of teeth and a latch held in place by using a spring-loaded mechanism (magnets systems stick) instead of the traditional post and holes that most belts use.

A ratchet belt is a specific style of belt that ratchets down to the desired size by using a buckle mechanism that locks into place. The position of the belt is maintained by using a series of teeth and a latch held in place by spring-loaded mechanism (cheaper systems use magnets that tend to stick) instead of the traditional peg and holes that most belts use. Some people refer to these as automatic, hole-less, no-hole or track belts.  

Want a superior ratchet style belt?  Try a Trakline brand belt from Kore Essentials. It's 30% more adjustable, uses far superior leathers, has a patented mechanism that's easier to operate and more durable and there's more styles to choose from and 1 year warranty. Visit > http://www.KoreEssentials.com 




Karl Kozak
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