LePlatom AirTag Case REVIEW | MacSources

4 min readAug 16, 2021

Treat yourself to a little luxury and carry your AirTags in Style.

If you have ever misplaced your keys, your remote, or anything of importance, then you likely understand the power of tracking devices. I have been a fan of trackers since at least 2017, utilizing several varieties of Tile, Chipolo, Cube, Mynt, and Wistiki, etc. The overarching goal of each of these devices was quite similar: 1. Attach to a device. 2. Lose device. 3. App-linked device would ring the device. 4. Find the device. A few of the devices had a bonus feature that would allow you to find your phone/tablet by pressing a button on the tracker. A few allowed you to change the jingle. A few were too quiet; a few were a bit more audible. Some of the devices had an exchangeable battery, and others did not. In a “Hold my Beer” moment, Apple jumped into the fray with the AirTag, with preorders starting on 04/23/2021. Excitedly, I purchased a 4-pack of Apple AirTags and awaited shipment. When the package arrived on 6/10/21, I opened the box to find four 0.3-ounce trackers and no method to attach them to my keys/bag/etc. I immediately realized a flaw of the AirTags was there was no built-in attachment loop or case.

Luckily, a quick Amazon search yielded several clips, cases, wallets, stickers, etc., for the AirTags. I obtained a LePlatom AirTag Case to review. The two-pack AirTag Case arrived in a 4 5/8 inches wide by 6 1/2 inches tall by 1/2 inches thick retail case. The cover displayed the product name along the top left and two AirTag case cutouts along the top left and bottom right. The product contained a black leather and light brown leather case with black metallic and silver metallic accents, respectively. The top, bottom, and left panels were left unadorned, while the right-side panel displayed “LePlatom” is a Registered Trademark. All Rights Reserved.” The back panel provided a step-by-step installation guide for the AirTag tracker and a variety of loop styles. The top three drawings showed how to install the tracker and a keyring, while the bottom three showed how to remove the buckle, add a metallic belt clip, and then reinstall the buckle. Along the bottom of the panel, you will find the LePlatom SKU barcode sticker.


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