The AirTag is one of the newest accessories from Apple to hit the market. These small metal discs make it easy and convenient to track your belongings. However, the irony is that the Apple AirTag in itself is easy to misplace, all thanks to its small and lightweight design. Thankfully, there is a slew of cases, holders, and straps for the AirTag.
These AirTag accessories will help you keep track of your tracker, which will make things convenient for you in the long run. The best part is that you'll be able to loop the tracker to your car keys, pet's collar, or your child's bag seamlessly.
Here are our recommendations for the best Apple AirTag cases, holders, and straps. But first,
Belkin's keyring keeps things small and simple. The keychain comes with a metal ring at the top, which you can easily loop to your existing keychain. The open design ensures that the engravings of the AirTag are easily visible.
The edges of this key chain are raised to prevent the tracker from scratches and dings. Sadly, the tracker is susceptible to scratches and marks, and the raised edges help prevent just that.
This Belkin key chain is available in three colors—black, white, pink, and blue.
If you want to house your new AirTag in an elegant leather casing, the one by Vaywet makes for a good pick. This one comes in a pack of two and is not as expensive as some of its counterparts. Again, the design is simple and straightforward. You need to slip the tracker inside, and that's about it.
It has a metal ring at the top, making it easy to chain to existing keyrings or bags. However, it will be difficult to latch to things easily (unlike carabiners), especially if you plan to latch the AirTag to many things.
The Caseology Vault is a heavy-duty case for the Apple AirTag. This one brings the best of both worlds. It's affordable and has a clever design. The carabiner at the top lets you latch it quickly to your belongings. Unlike the one, you are free to add/remove the case as per your liking.
At the same time, the sandstone texture aids in a better grip.
The Caseology Vault is slim and has a few features common with the cases above. The edges around the AirTag cavity are raised to prevent bruising and scratches. Also, it's slim and sleek.
The ESR keychain holder for the AirTag addresses one of the major issues - the clipping mechanism. Here, a portion of the clip slides to the side, thereby letting you slip your car keys and house keys to it easily.
Secondly, the tracker holder has a minimal design. It circles the AirTag and that's about it. There's no added bulk. It's made of silicone to ensure flexibility.
The Spigen Rugged Armor keychain for the AirTag is a lot of things. First, the housing for the AirTag is designed to protect the tracker from the impact of falls and drops. It has a solid build, and the carbon fiber accent at the sides gives it a premium look. Secondly, you can disconnect the case from the metal carabiner, which adds to its versatility.
You can either add another keychain to it should you want to use it as a pet tracker. Otherwise, the opening at the top lets you easily slip it into keychains. Interestingly, the metal carabiner is also usable as a bottle opener.
This Spigen case is comparatively a little expensive than its counterparts. But needless to say, it offers a host of features.
Nomad is known for its quality vegan leather accessories and the keychain for the AirTag is no different. Unlike the ones above, this one has a closed look and encapsulates the AirTag within, thereby offering secure housing for your tracker. On the downside, if you have purchased an engraved tracker, it will lose its purpose.
This one has a premium price tag compared to the ones above. However, if you do not like the idea of conventional leather, this vegan leather case for the AirTag is worth a shot.
The Nomad leather keychain is available for pre-order now and will ship by July 20th.
Do you often misplace your sunglasses? If yes, you should have a peek at the Glasses Strap by Nomad.
Last but not least, we have a couple of silicone straps. These straps might prove to be the perfect fit for you if you plan to get a bunch of AirTags. These straps have a loop at the end, which makes sure that you can conveniently loop it to bags, purses, ID cards, among others.
The holder for the tag is well-designed and ensures that the tag doesn't get loose or lost.
Accessories Them Smartly
The Apple AirTag, though powerful, is susceptible to scratches and scuff marks, especially if you use it without a case or a cover. Thankfully, you can easily avert with the help of a case or a holder.
So, which one of these AirTag accessories will you buy?
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