CES 2022: Chipolo Launches Find My-Compatible Wallet Tracker

Chipolo in 2021 introduced the ONE Spot, its first Find My-enabled Bluetooth-compatible item tracker, and now the company is adding to its lineup of Find My products with the debut of the Chipolo CARD Spot, designed to be placed inside a wallet.

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The Chipolo CARD Spot works with Apple's ‌Find My‌ network, so it can be added to the Items tab in the ‌Find My‌ app and tracked right alongside Apple devices like iPhones and Macs. When out of range of your own devices, the CARD Spot can leverage Apple products owned by others to relay its location, allowing a lost wallet to be tracked down wherever it is as long as an Apple device is nearby.

According to Chipolo, the CARD Spot has been designed to be thin and sleek, so that it can fit in the card slot of a wallet without adding too much extra bulk. It measures in at 2.4mm or 0.09 inches, which Chipolo says is almost as thin as a bank card.

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The CARD Spot's battery is designed to last for up to two years, and it has IPX5 water resistance so it can withstand unexpected splashes of water. The battery is not replaceable, but Chipolo has a renewal program that allows users to purchase a new CARD Spot at a 50 percent discount after two years with a pre-paid envelope to recycle the old one.

In addition to being trackable through the ‌Find My‌ app, the Chipolo CARD Spot supports all of the other available ‌Find My‌ features as well. A lost wallet with the CARD Spot can be located through sound if it is nearby, and the Notify if Left Behind feature will let you know if you walk off and leave your wallet behind.

The Chipolo CARD Spot can be pre-ordered today from the Chipolo website, and it will start shipping out to customers in February. The Chipolo CARD Spot is priced at $35 for a single tracker and $60 for a two-pack.

Top Rated Comments

Christoffee Avatar
28 months ago

it can withstand unexpected splashes of water
So if I tell it that the splash is coming, it cannot withstand it?
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Christoffee Avatar
28 months ago

Hmmm... I'm 64 years old and I’ve never lost a wallet, phone, keys, eyeglasses, remotes, etc. No brag, just fact. Maybe it is just the way I was raised up to keep track of stuff.
I have never lost them, but I have occasionally left them at work or at home when I am in a rush. The Tile on my keys, and now the AirTag, reassured me that all was fine.

Also, my house has never burned down, but I still have fire insurance.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ignatius345 Avatar
28 months ago
Every time I see this, I think it says Chipotle.

But this is a pretty cool thin form factor and I might get one of these for the Wife so she can know where her wallet is a larger percentage of the time.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Neepman Avatar
28 months ago
Geez. The snark-ness here from all of these perfect people here who have never made a mistake is overwhelming. Are the rest of us even worthy to have them in our presence???
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Spanky Deluxe Avatar
28 months ago

This is awesome. I hope it arrives in the UK.
It's available for pre-order with February delivery in the UK now. I just pre-ordered a 2 pack for £50. If you want to add free shipping, use the promo code SHIPFREE, saves you £5 on the delivery. :)
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
AngerDanger Avatar
28 months ago

So if I tell it that the splash is coming, it cannot withstand it?
To put it lightly…



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Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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