Introducing our Tactical Apple Air Tag Carrier, the ultimate accessory for keeping your valuable items secure and trackable. Crafted with precision and designed for durability, this carrier ensures that your Apple Air Tag stays protected in any situation.
Constructed from high-quality materials, including rugged nylon and high-quality black oxide screws, our Tactical Air Tag Carrier is built to withstand the demands of everyday use and the rigors of outdoor adventures. Whether hiking through rugged terrain or navigating urban environments, your Air Tag will remain securely attached to your belongings.
Featuring a versatile attachment system, this carrier can be easily affixed to keychains, backpacks, belts, or any other gear you rely on. Its compact and lightweight design ensures minimal bulk, allowing you to carry your Air Tag discreetly while still enjoying peace of mind knowing your items are traceable.
With its tactical-inspired aesthetic, this carrier serves a practical purpose and adds a touch of style to your everyday carry ensemble. Whether you're a seasoned outdoor enthusiast, a busy urban commuter, or someone who values security and organization, our Tactical Apple Air Tag Carrier is the perfect companion for keeping track of your essentials.
We thought about calling this our tactical air tag holster, but it doesn't have that audible click that most of our customers like to hear.
You can apply double-sided tape or hook and loop velcro to the backside of our carrier so that you can hide your air tags in inconspicuous places.
Package contents will include the flat bottom and top rounded half of the air tag holder and 4 small Phillips head screws.
You will need a small Phillips head screwdriver for the assembly of this product.
Insert the Air Tag, Round side down, into the flat back half of the carrier. Set the rounded half of the carrier on top of the tag and press down firmly. Install four screws in each corner and tighten them down evenly using a small Phillips head screwdriver. The screws will self-tap their way into the plastic, so you will need to apply downward pressure while installing them.