At a glance
- Robust and solid
- Fits in standard wallet slots
- Tapered design prevents lumpy feeling
- Thick, but so is the AirTag
- Only works with soft wallets
An AirTag and a wallet don’t fit perfectly, but Nomad’s Card for AirTag tries a way to wedge it in.
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I’ve only lost my wallet once in my life – unbelievably enough – and in a small town where a good soul became the local police force, with money intact. But if you’re anything like me, you’ve already lost your wallet multiple times, sometimes even to the point of canceling credit cards.
Nomad wants to solve that by letting you put an AirTag tracker in a case designed to fit into the interior slot of a soft standard wallet. Although it tapers towards the edges, the map for AirTag is 3.2 by 2.1 by 0.2 inches (54 by 82 by 5 mm) at its largest. The AirTag sits like a gem in the center, slightly bulging out to 0.3 inches (8 mm).
A combination of soft and hard materials – polycarbonate and TPU rubber – provides both a nice outdoor feel as well as the stiffness and flexibility to insert an AirTag into the opening of the card with a satisfying click.
If you use a large wallet, purse, or other purse-like method of carrying IDs, cash, and financial documents, the Card for AirTag’s compact and solid size can also be appealing. But those with a thin wallet or a hard case should avoid it. Instead, try the Chipolo ONE Card, a third-party wallet insert certified for Apple’s Find My network.
What it comes down to:
Losing a wallet can take a mental and financial toll. However, a small investment can give you peace of mind if your wallet is thick and soft enough for an AirTag card.