If you want to add a rugged exterior to your AirTag, Nomad has your product


Nomad releases waterproof AirTag Rugged Keychain

 By Andrew O’Hara | May 11, 2021

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The AirTag Rugged Keychain from Nomad is a waterproof enclosure that can be engraved and used for pets.

Rugged Keychain is available in both black and white colorways and comes with two enclosure options. You’ll have the choice between an IP67 water resistance rating or a speaker-hole version.

AirTag by itself has an IP67 resistance rating allowing it to stay submerged in a meter of water for up to 30 minutes, but by putting AirTag inside the water resistant Rugged Keychain enclosure, that protection is bolstered. Use the enclosure with a waterproof rating for a pet collar or for a keyring that might get exposed to extreme conditions.

The optional metal insert can act as a pet ID for a collar

The optional metal insert can act as a pet ID for a collar

Customers can choose to get an engraving on a small metal insert that fits in the Nomad Rugged Keychain. With the metal insert, the Rugged Keychain looks similar to a pet ID tag that doesn’t call much attention to the AirTag.

The Nomad Rugged Keychain for AirTag can be preordered now for $29.95 before it jumps to its full MSRP of $39.95. Get the pet tag with a metal insert for the same price. It will commence shipping mid-August.

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