AirTag case provides rugged protection.
If you have ever walked away after setting your purse or keys down, or perhaps one of your children decided to play hide-the-remote, then you have felt the draw and power of tracker devices like those from Tile or Chipolo. In fact, after a particularly frustrating hunt for my wife’s lost key ring, I decided that all of our keyrings required trackers.
Over the past five to seven years, we have tried several types of trackers; some required subscriptions, while others served as stand-alone devices. A tracker device is really only as good as the user base. With the announcement and ultimate release of the Apple AirTag in April of 2021, Apple won my personal tracker contract. Combined with the ubiquity of Apple iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and MacBooks, the AirTags had an advantage over other devices.
If interested, you can purchase a single AirTag for $29. Or, you can opt for the clearly superior play and pick up the 4-pack for $99.00. Unfortunately, unlike other brands of trackers, the AirTags do not ship with any type of case. If you want to add an AirTag to a bag, to keys, to a dog collar, etc, you will need to purchase an AirTag case separately.
Luckily, brands like TALK WORKS have stepped in to fulfill the AirTag Case need. The TALK WORKS Rugged 4-Pack of AirTags cases arrived in a classy 3 3/16 inches wide by 3 5/16 inches tall by 1 1/2 inches thick hanging package. The white-colored cover panel displayed the TALK WORKS name along the top of the panel in a vibrant red font.
The panel also displayed information about the 4-pack quantity atop the panel, and a generic “Cases for AirTags” name along the bottom of the panel. You will find an image of the four AirTags cases along the midsection of the panel. The image provided details about the two black and white devices, the hexagonal shape, and the oval carabiner clip.
I liked the red and white color scheme and appreciated the use of a clean background of this AirTag case. The only thing missing from the…