PitaTag for Multi Tool EDC Device
The PitaTag for Multi-Tool is a unique accessory for the AirTag. It's easy to install and made with premium materials that will last. The pricetag is on the high side for such a small accessory and the AirTag is sold separately.
- EASE OF USE
PitaTag for Multi-Tool protects your AirTag while adding functionality.
While the Apple AirTag can provide peace of mind to its owner that their belongings can always be found, the device is very small. Therefore, it stands to reason that adding a case to the AirTag might make the AirTag more visible. In some cases, an AirTag case can also add more functionality to the tiny tracking device. One such case is the PitaTag for Multi-Tool from Pitaka.
About PitaTag for Multi-Tool
The PitaTag for Multi-Tool is the world’s first multi-tool with AirTag case. It’s part of Pitaka’s PitaTag collection that seeks to make the most out of your AirTag. This excerpt from ipitaka.com describes the purpose behind the collection.
In our opinion, the purpose of AirTag is to search for what’s hidden, not look for what’s lost. Apart from providing protection, AirTag holders should help us find things that are hidden around. We design some tiny accessories and have the AirTag hide in them, so you don’t need to find those often-used items.
The multi-tool accessory is designed to go with you anywhere and it’s built tough so that whenever you need a tool, you have it. The multi-tool has the following attachments:
- Pocket Knife – (1.5mm*2.0mm) – Made of grade 420 stainless steel, it’s a handy tool for unboxing your package.
- 2.0-Caliber Allen Key – (H2*21mm) – This hexagon key is for M2 screws which are typically used in electrical equipment and mechanical products, including bicycles and the PITAKA MagEZ Stand.
- Cross Screwdriver – (PH0*21mm) – The stainless steel cross screwdriver can handle screws M1.6 ~3.0 on devices like PSP, MP4, and MP3.
- Slot-type Screwdriver – (3mm*21mm) – Use this slot-type screwdriver to unscrew or tighten your watches, clocks, and other devices with M3 screws.
The case ensures that your AirTag is covered by solid metal and it can withstand daily life including drops up to 1.5m. In addition to being durable, the PitaTag for Multi-Tool is built with sustainable Technology.
“The frame, the keyring, and the tools are made using powder metallurgy technology, a “green” metal-forming manufacturing method, to reduce waste and make the product lightweight yet durable.”
- Compact and portable
- Four foldable EDC tools
- Fully covers your AirTag
- No signal interference
- Keyring design
- Compatible with Apple AirTag
- Dimensions: 3.4 x 1.87 x 0.48in
- Weight 1.98oz
- Materials: Stainless steel, silicone, PVD coating
- Warranty: 3 months
Pricing & Availability
PitaTag for Multi-Tool has a list price of $59.00 USD. You can purchase it as a single item or as a 4-pack. It can be ordered at ipitaka.com and Amazon.com.
The delightful little multi-tool comes in a simple package with Pitaka branding on it. There is an image of the tool on the front of the box and the descriptor, “A well-designed mini EDC multi-tool that you will never lose.” The box is similar in size to a set of earbuds. The back of the box includes the following details:
- multi-tool and AirTag case 2 in 1
- Premium metal
- Small and exquisite
- No signal interference
When you open the box, you’ll find the PitaTag nestled in cardboard. There is a small piece of paper that points out the product’s main features, a plastic bag that contains a hex wrench, and a keychain loop attachment. A quick guide is also included with instructions on how to install the keychain attachment.
One of the first things I noticed about the PitaTag was its weight. It feels heavy-duty and without the keychain attached, it’s quite heavy. The inside of the PitaTag has a little silicon cushion for the AirTag to rest on. The rubber piece also serves to help open the case so that you can insert the AirTag. This makes the installation process very easy.
The AirTag fits well in the case and so far, I’ve not had any trouble with tracking the AirTag while it’s in the PitaTag. The case is really well built and even though it’s heavy, it makes a nice accessory for bags. I don’t think I would actually put this on my key ring because of its weight, but I would carry it with me in my carry-all and since the keyring is a clip-on style keyring, it’s easy to detach and reattach to any bag you choose.
The tools are very helpful. Each tool has a little notch in it that you can grip with the edge of your fingernail to open. If you keep your nails short, I could see it being difficult to open the tools. They are very small but useful for certain tasks. Once you open them a few times, they start to feel a little loose. You can use the hex key that came with the PitaTag for Multi-Tool to re-tighten them though.
Overall, the PitaTag is a really cool EDC product. It’s unique in its purpose and small enough to carry anywhere. The AirTag fits into the case nicely and within a few simple steps, it’s ready for adventure. It does seem a little pricey given its function and the fact that the AirTag has to be purchased separately. But, it’s worth the investment.
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