WaterField Designs Reveals New Apple AirTag Cases

The new accessories include a keychain and luggage tag

WaterField Designs, a San Francisco-based accessory manufacturer, has unveiled a new set of Apple AirTag cases.

The company revealed the new cases on May 24, noting that the designs have been crowdsourced and would offer both scratch-resistance for your AirTags, as well as a premium look and feel. WaterField also noted that the AirTag Keychain and AirTag Luggage Tag would be available to preorder starting that same day.

WaterField's new AirTag Keychain and Luggage Tag

WaterField Designs

The two new cases include an AirTag leather keychain, which retails for $25 and is available in Acorn, Black, Red, and Blue. The second case the company unveiled is a luggage tag, which will retail for $49 and will be available in black, blue and black, crimson and black, or grizzly brown and black. Both cases are designed to hide the AirTag inside, while still providing holes for sound to travel through.

"What really sets these AirTag accessories apart is that the trackers are protected behind a layer of sumptuous leather from the scratches so many AirTag users have already complained about," Gary Waterfield, the company owner wrote in the press release. "And, they are hidden, so someone looking to steal a bag or suitcase won’t notice that they contain an AirTag and will be less likely to remove them."

"... the designs have been crowdsourced and would offer both scratch-resistance for your AirTags, as well as a premium look and feel."

The AirTag accessories were designed with input from over 1200 customers and are designed to incorporate easily with your keychain or travel bags. These aren’t the first AirTag cases to pop up since Apple released the small trackers, but WaterField claims that its design will address some of the issues that users have brought up about other cases, noting that the leather should make the luggage tags more durable in the rough and tumble that comes with taking luggage on an airplane.

Shipping is set to begin on May 28 for the keychains and June 9 for the luggage tags. 

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