Nomad's Latest Accessory Makes It Easier to Put an AirTag in Your Wallet

Nomad, known for its range of accessories designed for Apple devices, today announced the Card for AirTag, which is designed to make it easier for an AirTag to fit inside a wallet for tracking purposes.

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With Card for AirTag, an AirTag fits inside the middle of a card-shaped holder that's then meant to fit inside of a wallet. According to Nomad, the design offers a smooth, uniform shape that allows the AirTag to be kept in the wallet without having a circular bump.

The Card for AirTag is made from a polycarbonate material with a soft-touch TPU surface, and the AirTag is designed to snap into the middle.

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It's worth noting that the AirTag is quite thick on its own and not really designed for use within wallets, so this Card for AirTag is still going to take up a lot of space. Thin wallets may not accommodate the thickness of the AirTag and the accompanying Card accessory.

The Card for AirTag is priced at $20, but there's a $5 discount when bundled with one of Nomad's wallets. Nomad is also today releasing new Bi-Fold and Card wallets priced starting at $69.95. The Card for AirTag and the new wallets can be purchased from the Nomad website.

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Top Rated Comments

techno-Zen Avatar
14 months ago

Who has a wallet nowadays...?
Millions upon millions of people


Also, backordered until September
Score: 28 Votes (Like | Disagree)
NightFox Avatar
14 months ago

people are using these things to stalk women by slipping them in a purse or hidden in a car then following them home. Not cool Sometimes Technology is not a blessing.
Got a source for that you'd care to share?
Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)
icanhazmac Avatar
14 months ago

It's worth noting that the AirTag is quite thick on its own and not really designed for use within wallets, so this Card for AirTag is still going to take up a lot of space.
Kind of says it all.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
techno-Zen Avatar
14 months ago

people are using these things to stalk women by slipping them in a purse or hidden in a car then following them home. Not cool Sometimes Technology is not a blessing.
This has been discussed ad nauseum and apple has built in protections that surpass what is currently available.

PS, for practical use i've found them very handy so far
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple_Robert Avatar
14 months ago

Who has a wallet nowadays...?
I use a wallet. In the U.S., many states require one to carry a drivers license or state ID, along with insurance card. On top of that, you have medical insurance, credit cards, money etc.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mozumder Avatar
14 months ago

Kind of says it all.
Some wallets have coin pockets. Put it in there.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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