What you need to know
- Nomad has announced the Rugged AirTag Keychain.
- The accessory makes Apple's AirTag completely waterproof and a great pet tag.
- You can also custom engrave the accessory with a name and phone number.
Today, the company announced the Rugged AirTag Keychain. While the company already offers an AirTag accessory, the rugged version is designed for two things: to be completely waterproof and to be the perfect pet tag.
The company will offer the Rugged AirTag Keychain in two options. One will be IP67 waterproof, while the other will feature a speaker hole in the back.
Nomad says that the new AirTag accessory is both water and dustproof and will be available in Black and White colors.
While Apple says that AirTag is meant to track items rather than people, there is no doubt that tons of people will use the tracker as a pet tag. Nomad is jumping into this market as well with an optional feature for the Rugged AirTag Keychain.
The custom engraving will cost customers an additional $20.
The Rugged AirTag Keychain will cost $40, but those who preorder will get a $10 discount and grab the new accessory for $30 instead. Nomad expects the first shipments to begin in the middle of August.
You can purchase the Rugged AirTag Keychain directly from Nomad.
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