Uneven thickness may not look ideal in all wallets
The TagVault: Wallet offers two minimal approaches for an AirTag case that fits in a slim wallet.
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There is an Apple Wallet, but no Apple Wallet. Until the Cupertino IT giant decides to put rich Corinthian leather or vegan leather in our pockets, we won’t be able to easily tell when our money, cards and IDs have gone astray. The TagVault: Wallet offers the most minimal possible answer to this problem: a simple rubbery rectangle with a slot to hold an AirTag tracker.
It’s hard to imagine anything more minimal than this case, designed to securely hold an AirTag in place. It is available in two sizes: standard, 3.25 x 1.5 inches (83 x 38 mm) and compact, 2 x 1.5 inches (51 x 38 mm). Both are 0.05 inch (1.3 mm) thick. The more rectangular style works well in bill slots; the squarer design in other parts of a wallet.
You add an AirTag by effortlessly manipulating it into the molded opening. The friction holds it in place. The case manufacturer, ElevationLab, does not disclose the ingredients of the case’s rubbery material. It resists efforts to tear or stretch it. The pleasant rubbery surface prevents it from moving.
With the AirTag exposed on the front and back, there’s no additional blockage beyond your wallet to block wireless signals for precision tracking and research.
ElevationLab’s approach is one of a few different styles available; if it doesn’t seem to fit your needs, check out others, like the Nomad Card for AirTag, a hard mount.
At the end of the line
Get a TagVault: Wallet if you want as little hardware as possible in your wallet to protect an AirTag and keep it in place.