The Best AirTag Wallets

[Buyers Guide 2023]

The Apple AirTag has quickly become one of the most popular ways to track all your belongings. Integrated directly with all your IOS devices the AirTag uses the Find My App a highly accurate system to quickly track down lost goods all within an easy-to-use app. First released in March 2021, The popularity of the Airtag speaks for itself. 

Apple themself have yet to create their own AirTag Wallet (who knows why) which has resulted in a host of brands and manufacturers creating and developing their own wallets to help solve this problem. This article goes into detail regarding some of the best AirTag Wallet brands on the market to date. Let’s get started.

Quick Access Links:

What is an AirTag Wallet?

AirTag’s are quite a unique shape. In all honestly, they’re not the most effective size for finding an easy way to store and carry them. The likes of other tracking devices including Ekster Tracking Card, Chipolo, or Tile Card are specially designed with wallets in mind. These tracking cards are all shaped approximately the same as a traditional credit or debit card means they can be stored in a typical card slot with ease.

You don’t have this privilege with the Apple AirTag. Coming in a circular button shape, the little device just wouldn’t be easily stored in any traditional wallet without creating unnecessary bulk. With this said, it’s only logical then people are searching for an easy and effective way to store their AirTags – hence the AirTag Wallet was born. 


Ekster AirTag Wallet

Ekster is probably one of the most recognizable brands in the wallet world. Founded through one of the most successful Kickstarter Campaigns of 2016, they’ve gone on to become one of the largest independent wallet brands in the world popularising the infamous pop-up wallet. Their latest wallet is a continuation and evolution of their famous wallet – The Parliament Wallet. This ingenious wallet comprises both leather and metal and provides a seamless everyday carry the experience with premium quality and amazing functionality. The Ekster AirTag Wallet is near identical to this best-selling Parliament Wallet aside from the additional storage capacities of an Apple AirTag. 

The Ekster AirTag itself sits on the front of the wallet secured underneath the front ‘quick access’ card slot located immediately on the front of the wallet. Through testing, I found the AirTag to be really secure and is essentially ‘locked in place thanks to the perfect craftsmanship of the wallet. Other features of the Ekster AirTag Wallet include its pop-up card mechanism for easily accessing credit/debit cards and its premium quality being made from sustainability sourced full-grain leather. 

At a price tag of $99.00 (with offers of up to 20% off throughout the year) the Ekster AirTag Wallet might not be cheap, but it’s definitely worth the price. I’ve religiously talked about Ekster in many different articles and they never fail to impress me with their sheer quality, durability, and ease of use. For more information on the Ekster AirTag Wallet visit their official website using the link below.


V1CE AirTag Wallet

V1CE is best known for its fantastic array of NFC Business Cards. But what goes well with business cards? A wallet of course. Branching out into AirTag Wallets V1CE has developed and produced a wallet that utilizes both the functionality of a Pop-Up Wallet, while also having the sleek and attractive aesthetic of a classic leather wallet. 

Pop Up Wallets, also known as cascading wallets, are one of the most popular wallet types in the past few years. It works with an internal metal mechanism, that holds your credit/debit cards. A button, in V1CE’s case, located at the side can be pushed to reveal and flourish your cards for easy access. The AirTag itself is scored in a snap button compartment at the front of the wallet. It’s very effective, and almost flush with the body of the wallet making it unnoticeable and with only a small outwards bulge for a comparable fit/feel in the pocket.

Finally, the V1CE AirTag Wallet also comes in a range of colors (including Black, blue, red, and brown), while also includes RFID Blocking security, as standard, to prevent any sort of contactless card fraud. At a price tag of $85.00, it’s a fantastic choice for people who want a modern wallet, with great features, but also a vintage look that’ll never go out of fashion. You even get a FREE V1CE Tap with every purchase – now that’s value! For more information on the V1CE AirTag Wallet visit their official website using the link below. 


The Nomad Card

If you’re looking for something a little more inconspicuous in nature and versatile then you can do a lot worst than the Nomad Card. This perfectly engineered piece of soft-touch TPU Plastic is both highly durable and pleasant to the touch. The idea of the Nomad Card is its ability to be stored in any wallet. If you’re already happy with the wallet you own then you can purchase this allowing you to store an AirTag in a wallet that previously you couldn’t. 

The downside to using something like the Nomad Card comes down to its size. The AirtTag itself is around the same thickness as 10 credit/debit cards which makes storing it in a standard-sized card slot like the Nomad Card is designed for, can be difficult and add a fair bit of bulk to your wallet. The Nomad card is a highly functional and easy and affordable way to store an AirTag but keep in mind the wallet you use requires a deep pocket to avoid stretching and potentially bowing your cards. 

At a price tag of $19.95 the Nomad Card is really quite affordable and a perfect item for those who already own a wallet, they want to keep on using it. On its own AirTag’s can be clunky, but when using the Nomad Card perfectly allows for great AirTag storage at an affordable price tag. For more information on the Nomad Card for AirTag visit their official website using the link below. 


SWISST AirTag Wallet

Swisst is a brand best known for its successful range of Lumzag smart bags. With this success, they’ve continued to innovate and recently released their own range of AirTag Wallets that surpassed our expectations. The Swisst AirTag wallet is a sleek and stylish wallet that combines both the utility of the popular ‘pop-up’ style wallets, with the charm, durability, and elegance of a traditional leather wallet. 

With a push of a button, you can easily access your credit/debit cards as they’re pushed out of an internal mechanism and perfectly cascades your cards out for easy access. The whole wallet is wrapped in premium full-grain leather and the wallet is available in a range of colors including classic colors, such as black and brown, and more unique offerings like red, grey, and blue. 

  • SWISST Pop-up wallet holds up to 8 cards.
  • It can hold up to 10 Bills.
  • The dimensions of the AirTag Pop-up wallet are 102 x 66 x 16 mm.

Overall, I was very happy with the Swisst AirTag Wallet and what they had to offer. It’s the perfect combination of great design and innovative functionality all with the ability to easily and securely hold an AirTag. Starting at a price of $49.95 it’s highly affordable and a great choice for anyone looking for a wallet that does it all. For more information check out their official website using the link below. 


The Ridge AirTag Case

If you’ve been in the wallet game for as long as I’ve had, it’s not unlikely you’ve heard about the Ridge Wallet. Dubbed the most famous wallet in the world, Ridge kickstarted a movement in the wallet world, creating a new wallet slimline wallet that broke the mold presenting an alternative to the traditional bulky leather wallet. 

The Ridge Wallet in itself is a fantastic wallet I’ve written about loads in the past (see our full review of the Ridge here). Like many other wallet brands, Ridge has also created a device that allows you to store your AirTag, securely, onto a Ridge Wallet. The Ridge AirTag Case attaches to the side of the wallet and is secured in place with screws. 

The case itself is made from real carbon fiber and gives the case a lightweight feel, premium look, and great durability. It fits the wallet well and does its best to try and reduce bulk from the protruding AirTag. It does a good job, in an attractive and durable way. 

One thing to note if you already own the Ridge Wallet the Ridge Case is going to set you back $40.00. But if you don’t, but like the look of the Ridge, then the two together with the Smart Carbon Kit, that’ll cost you $157.00. Expensive, but with Ridge’s lifetime warranty and the sheer quality I think it’s worth every penny. For more information on the Ridge, AirTag Case check out the official website using the link below. 


Akeeni XSTO AirTag Wallet

The XSTO Wallet, by Akeeni, is a wallet that has been at the top of my list for a long time. As a small independent company, Akeeni goes through great efforts to make their wallets from the finest materials showcasing the fine craftsmanship of companies that don’t mass produce wallets and take great care in the quality of their goods. 

The XSTO Wallet itself is a highly unique metal wallet made to compete against the likes of other popular metal wallet brands, including and not limited to the Ridge, Dango, and Secrid. Machined out of a single piece of aerospace-grade aluminum, with a brushed/textured finish, the XSTO is durable yet functional thanks to its secure card holding system. This allows your credit/debit cards to be easily stored and allows for card access from multiple angles. XSTO has various models for different capacity sizes including 4, 6, 8, and 10 cards. You can check out our original review of the Akeeni XSTO Wallet here (spoilers – it’s good).  

Overall, The XSTO Wallet is still firmly one of my favorite metal wallets on the market. Its durable and attractive design is unique and like nothing else on the market, while its innovative sliding system makes it easy to access cash and cards. The development of a system to store your AirTag within the XSTO further expands its functionality and does so in a minimal and aesthetically pleasing way. For more information on the XSTO AirTag Ready Wallet visit their official website using the link below.


The AirTag Cash Clip

Aviator is one of the most innovative wallet brands in the world. As one of the most famous metal wallets on the market to date, Aviator, founded and made in Germany, is here to create a wallet with a slim size, attractive look, and amazing durability. If you want to discover what the Aviator Wallet can do for you, why not check out our full review here

The Aviator AirTag Cash Clip is a new evolution that allows the Aviator Wallet to easily store an AirTag. This accessory, sold separately from the wallet itself, is a 3D Printed, Nylon Clip that fits in place of the standard cash clip that comes with the Aviator. At first, I was skeptical regarding the quality of a 3D Printed clip, but it definitely exceeded my expectations. It’s great quality, durable, and fits any AirTag snugly and securely. 

In total, the AirTag Cash Clip comes in at a price of €35.00 (around $36.00). Keep in mind that if you don’t already own the Aviator Wallet you’ll also have to purchase this at a price starting at €65.00. With this said, the entire thing will set you back over $100.00, but can you really but a price of quality? For more information on the Aviator Wallet, and Airtag Clip, visit their official website using the link below. 


Frenchie Co. AirTag Speed Wallet

Frenchie Co. is another small Independent wallet brand I’ve recommended over the years in my original review of their Speed Wallet back in 2020. Their attention to detail and unique array of Trifold Wallets, a previously unpopular style of wallet, has risen their popularity and they continue to innovate to this day. 

Some of that innovation was put into the design of their latest wallet, an AirTag version of their infamous Speed Wallet which integrates an AirTag into the body of the wallet. The Speed Wallet itself is probably my all-time favorite Trifold Wallet and boasts a huge array of features and design quirks for a fantastic everyday carry experience. 

What I love most about the Frenchie Speed Wallet is its sheer capacity for cash and cards. In total, the wallet can store up to 12 cards & 12 bills in a wallet-sized at 63 x 99 x 10 mm. Not too big, but not overly small either. Not only this but the Speed Wallet is of fantastic quality being made from a Top quality eco-friendly Italian leather and boasts RFID Security as standard. 

At a price tag of $99.00 The Frenchie AirTag Wallet isn’t cheap, but having used the Frenchie Co. range of wallets frequently over the years I think it’s an investment worth looking into. The wallet is just great, and perfect for those who still carry a lot of cash and cards with them on a daily basis. For more information on the AirTag Speed Wallet check out their official website using the link below. 


Snapback Slim Air Wallet

Perhaps the first AirTag Wallet ever produced, I first reviewed the Snapback Slim Air Wallet back in May 2021 after they reached out to me (just one month after the AirTag was released). Snapback ran a successful Kickstarter campaign raising over $35,000 in funding for their AirTag Wallet. With the campaign a success, Snapback now sell their AirTag wallet to the general public available through their official website.

The Snapback Slim Air Wallet itself is made with the minimalist in mind and has an ultra-slim compact design. In total, the wallet can store up to 6 credit/debit cards comfortably accessible through a larger slot located at the top of the wallet. As a self-proclaimed minimalist wallet, the wallet doesn’t have dedicated space for cash, but this can still be stored folded in the main slot at the top. The only other slot is an area on the front of the Snapback Wallet 

At a price tag of $55.00, I think the Snapback Slim Air Wallet is well priced and definitely worth the money. It’s absolutely suburb quality being handcrafted in the US and made from full-grain premium leather sourced from Italy. The quality and craftsmanship are superb and the wallet develops a beautiful rich leather patina as you use it more. For more information on Snapback’s amazing AirTag Wallet check out their official website using the link below. 


Spigen AirTag Card Holder

While being the only wallet on this list not made from Leather the Spigen AirTag Cardholder is a highly unique minimalist-sized wallet that allows you to carry your AirTag in a compact size. What makes this wallet different from the rest is the fact it’s made from a Polycarbonate body that’s made to look more like metal. Honestly, I was sort of hoping it was metal but the Polycarbonate does create a more lightweight wallet and 

The wallet really resembles the famous Ridge Wallet, one of the first wallets ever to take this kind of design. It can carry a handful of cards (between 4 – 8) using a plate system where credit/debit cards are stored between two sections. Cash is secured using a very durable elastic strap that fits around one side of the wallet and secures banknotes in place for easy access. 

Overall, the Spigen AirTag Cardholder was a surprisingly fantastic wallet. It’s definitely one of the smallest wallets on this list, and its space-age unique look really adds to its character and uniqueness. Coming in at a price tag of $49.99 it’s fairly priced and for the money gets you a wallet for life. For more information on the Spigen Wallet visit their official website using the link provided below.


The Fantom AirTag Holder

The Fantom Wallet is probably one of the most unique wallets I’ve ever reviewed. I first reviewed the Fantom Wallet back in 2020 and it remains, to this day, one of the most innovative and distinct wallets on the market. To this day, the Fantom Wallet still holds up strong in a highly competitive market and they’ve continued to innovate with the release of the Fantom R Wallet. 

The Orignal Fantom Wallet itself is a minimalist-sized wallet, made from a combination of metal and carbon fiber. It uses a mechanism similar (but different) to popular Pop-Up Wallets where credit/debit cards are cascaded and fanned outwards for easy access. The Fantom Wallet is highly durable, functional, and has a unique look that you could spot a mile away. 

When the Apple AirTag was first released Fantom jumped on the opportunity to integrate the Fantom wallet with this handy accessory. To achieve this, they created a simple attachment where the AirTag can be mounted on the Fantom Wallet with a few screws. 

This AirTag Holder is sold separately to the Fantom wallet itself costing around $15.00. If you don’t already own the Fantom Wallet then the wallet itself comes in at a price tag anywhere from $59.00 – $119.00. Not cheap, but definitely worth it in our opinion. For more information on the AirTag Holder visit the Fantom official website using the link below.  


Taurus Camp AirTag Wallet

Taurus Camp is a small independent leathercraft brand set up by one man – Sajid based in Singapore. Over the years Sajid has established himself as a wizard in leatherworking and his skills are reflected in the variety of amazing leather goods he produces. Mainly selling on e-commerce platform Etsy, he also owns his own website where he sells his innovative BaseWallet to critical acclaim amassing a huge host of positive reviews. 

With the release of the AirTag Taurus Camp has gone on to create a fantastic example of a modern-day AirTag Wallet integrated into a unique stitchless design with a wallet crafted from a single piece of leather wrapped around itself. Think of it like an origami wallet with a mainly stickless design providing added durability. 

In total the Taurus Camp AirTag Wallet can store between 7-8 cards, a decent amount of cash, and [optionally] coins where you can choose to include a coin pouch. All these features combined make the wallet highly functional along with its impressive specs each wallet can also be highly customized to your liking with the option for a personalized engraving of your choice (up to 60 characters – recommended 14 – 15). 

The Taurus Camp Wallet is also highly affordable starting at a price tag of $139.00. If you’re looking for a wallet with charm, quality materials, and craftsmanship to match, you can do a lot worst than checking out Tauris camp using the link below. 


Geometric Goods Billfold Wallet

If you’re looking for a contender for the largest wallet on this list with the most storage capacity then I dare you to check out the Leather AirTag billfold wallet by Geometric Goods. This wallet is a big boy coming in at a size of 10 cm x 9.5 cm x 2.7 cm but does provide ultimate storage capacity for everything you’ll ever need. From cash, cards, coins, and of course your AirTag the Geometric Goods wallet serves a niche for those who carry more. 

In total, the Geometric Wallet can store up to 7+ credit/debit cards split among the wallets 4 card slots, includes a full-width cash slot for banknotes, and also includes a quick access pull tab for easy access. 

But the positives don’t end there, Geometric Goods also put a huge emphasis on not only their sustainability but also on the quality and craftsmanship of their goods. Made from a Full-Grain Vegetable-tanned leather for premium quality and added durability. 

Overall, I was very impressed with the Geometric Wallet. It won’t be to everyone’s taste, due to its larger size, but is definitely a contender for the most functional wallet on this list. This wallet is also the only one to efficiently hide the AirTag which is hidden and secured behind a flap of leather internally in the wallet. At a price tag of $144.00, it’s worth some consideration. For more information visit their official website with the link provided below. 

Air Tag Wallet FAQ

You asked; we answered. Check out the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding anything and everything AirTag Wallets.

Are there any AirTag wallet brands I should avoid?

With AirTag Wallets still being relatively new to the market, it’s no surprise a large array of poor quality wallets have hit the market with many brands selling a false reality of high quality, functional wallets. 

I ask you to always be various brands that seem to go to be true. One prominent example is the brand Nimalist Store. While they’ve done a great job with their overall branding, they are a simple reseller of cheap, poor-quality AirTag Wallets. Many customers have been unable to claim a refund as Nimalist simply ignores any emails, and doesn’t disclose any additional information regarding a refund process. 

We’ve already written a detailed article regarding Nimalist Store and their scam, so please check that out here for more information on how to avoid being subject to these malpractices. 

What AirTag Wallet Alternatives Exist?

Over the past year, since the release of the Apple AirTag, a huge variety of different products have hit the market with the aim of efficiently carrying an AirTag. If you’re not convinced a wallet is right for you why not check out and consider any of the following:

  • Keychain: The most portable way to carry an airtag. Another beneficial thing about going with a keychain is the fact it can be attached to a wide variety of things whether it be your belt, bag, or on your keys. They are also the more affordable carrying method with airtag keychains ranging from as little as $10.00. Apple also has its own official AirTag Keychain but more affordable options are available. 
  • Bracelet: As the name suggests these are bracelets that you can wear on your wrist and have a slot to add your AirTag. These are more ‘in your face so to speak and won’t be for everybody. That being said, they tend to be more affordable than wallets and come in a wide variety of different styles to choose from. 
  • AirTag Neckless: The same as a Bracelet but these come with a chain that goes around your neck. Better for a more discrete carry experience and with a wide variety of styles to choose from. More affordable, but can be annoying having something as large as an AirTag dangling around your neck. 
How to put an AirTag in a Wallet?

The simple answer is – you can’t. Unless you purchase a wallet that is specially designed to carry an AirTag (like the ones listed in this article) you’re going to have a hard time safely securing the AirTag in place and will most likely cause stress, stain, and a large bulge in your wallet. 

There are a few exceptions though. The first, is zipper-style wallets, that host a large internal slot. These slots have more than enough room for storing an AirTag, you just have to be aware the AirTag might be loose inside the wallet. 

Another option is buying something similar to the already recommended Nomad Card, that secures an AirTag inside a plastic case making it resemble a credit/debit card. This would then allow you to store the AirTag inside a typical wallet’s card slot. It’s still not ideal, but it’s better than nothing and a much cheaper option for storing an AirTag.

How good are the AirTag Wallets on Amazon?

Amazon is another culprit for selling a wide variety of poor-quality AirTag Wallets. As discussed in my previous section regarding ‘brands to avoid’, many of the AirTag Wallets sold on Amazon are simply bought from cheap Chinese wholesale websites (think Alibaba) and resold to customers in the US. 

Because of this, I’d generally avoid most AirTag Wallets on the website. If you’re only looking for a really cheap wallet (and don’t care for quality) then you can probably find one for around $10.00 that does that job. But if you’re looking for a quality wallet, one to last a lifetime, I’d also recommend going with handmade, independent wallet brands. 

Do any of these wallets come with an AirTag included?

I’ve yet to come across any brand that claims to sell an AirTag along with a wallet as included. If any brand claims to also sell both a wallet and AirTag together then I’d be very conscious of it being a potential scam. 

Apple is very picky with who is and isn’t allowed to become official retailers so if it seems too good to be true it probably is. None of the wallets recommended in this article come with an AirTag and these need to be bought separately. 


James Thomas

Reviewer of Wallets

Hi, I’m James and I’m the owner, author, and self-proclaimed ‘wallet expert’ here at All The Wallets. I’ve been reviewing wallets for over 10 years and have amassed a collection of over 500 wallets. I’m here to provide you with impartial reviews, information, and news on men’s wallets from across the world. All The Wallets is here to provide you with a trusted source, and directory of some of the biggest and smallest wallet brands and help you make the best decision possible when choosing your next wallet. Learn more about me here.

Learn How I Review Wallets



Copyright © 2023, allthewallets.com. All Rights Reserved.


Any page on allthewallets.com may contain affiliate links, meaning when you click the links and make a purchase, we receive a small commission.