MacRumors Exclusive: Get Nomad's Rugged Case for AirPods at $9.89 (67% Off)

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Nomad is offering an exclusive discount to MacRumors readers this month, focusing on the company's Rugged Case for AirPods. You can get this accessory for $9.89 with the coupon code MACRUMORS67, down from an original price of $29.95. This offer will last through Tuesday, June 30.

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The Rugged Case is available in Rustic Brown, Black, and Natural color options. The accessory is a two-piece leather case that's designed to provide protection and style to your AirPods. It fits all models of the AirPods except the AirPods Pro. Note that only one discount can be used per order.

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Nomad's Rugged Case for AirPods at $9.89

You can use the Rugged Case when charging the AirPods via wireless charging on a supported Qi mat, but the accessory does cover the LED indicator on the AirPods Wireless Charging Case. For more information on the Rugged Case, be sure to visit Nomad's website.


We track sales for every model of the AirPods in our Best AirPods Deals guide, so be sure to bookmark that page while you shop around for the wireless headphones.

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14 weeks ago
$30 for a small piece of fabric that slides over the case? Really? And $10 on sale where they couldnt bother to put a small hole in the front to not cover the charge lights. Really? Im in the wrong line of work clearly...
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14 weeks ago
A case for a case - hmmm
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14 weeks ago
Can’t wait to show this off at Starbucks.
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14 weeks ago
These are cool but even at the discount, adding shipping and tax this thing is close to $20. nah, I'll pass. Superfluous.
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14 weeks ago
If they had a deal on the Pro case I’d probably buy it. My 1st gen AirPods just sit in a drawer now so I don’t need a case for my case.
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14 weeks ago
Do you really need a “rugged” case for AirPods? I would understand customising the look for aesthetic reasons, and to not mix up AirPods with others.
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