Got Apple AirTags? Get this 4-pack of leather cases for just $8.49

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Get four stylish AirTags for just over $2 apiece. Apple's cases, meanwhile, start at $29 for just ONE. (Photo: Gado)
Get four stylish AirTags for just over $2 apiece. Apple's cases, meanwhile, start at $29 for just ONE. (Photo: Gado)

Always losing your stuff? Apple AirTags can help. One tracker for your keychain, one for your backpack, maybe even one for your bicycle (in this case to solve a theft!). Just one problem: Apple doesn't supply cases, meaning out of the box, there's no easy way to attach an AirTag to anything.

Apple will sell you one, sure, but are you sitting down? A single AirTag case starts at $29. That's the same price as the actual AirTag! Grumble, grumble, what, me bitter?

Third-party vendors to the rescue. There are lots of inexpensive alternatives to Apple's offerings, starting with this killer deal: Gado's 4-pack of leather Apple AirTags cases for $8.49 when you clip the 30%-off coupon and then apply promo code PK4VLAGK at checkout. Previous price: $20.

$8.49 with coupon and code

These are keychain cases in four different colors: black, brown, blue and red. They not only look nice, they also protect your AirTags from scratches and whatnot.

And that's pretty much the story. There's no earthly reason to buy Apple-branded AirTags cases when you can get just-as-good off-brand cases for a fraction of the cost. (By the way, the same holds true for iPhone cases, iPad keyboards, Apple Watch bands and so on.)

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