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Chipolo CARD Spot Wallet Tracker Debuts With Apple’s Find My Technology

Super thin Chipolo CARD Spot wallet tracker with FindMy

Bluetooth trackers are a great way to keep tabs on our valuables, but putting a bulky AirTag in a wallet isn’t very ideal. Then, other wallet trackers often don’t work with Apple’s Find My Network. That’s where the new Chipolo CARD Spot wallet tracker comes in handy. It’s super slim and works with Apple Find My.

Building on the success of the original CARD from 2017 and the Apple-compatible ONE Spot puck, at CES 2022, Chipolo just unveiled its all-new CARD Spot. Combing the two products into one streamlined tracker that’s thin enough to fit in any wallet.

The new Chipolo CARD Spot comes in at just 0.09-inches thick, so roughly the thickness of a typical bank card, yet still delivers tracking technology along with 2-year battery life. Easily pair it with the Fing My App, then whether your wallet is hiding under your car seat or stuck between the couch cushions, it’s easy to track.

Before today, the original CARD only worked with Chipolo’s app, but now it works wonderfully with Apple’s ever-expanding network, which is key. There’s a built-in 105dB speaker, too, making it easier than ever to find your lost wallet.

Additionally, those who grab the CARD Spot will enjoy Find My features, including “Lost Mode,” where you can instantly switch an item to lost and get notified the moment it’s found, compatibility with iOS, macOS, and iPadOS, not to mention all the security that comes along with the Find My Network.

Better yet, the Chipolo CARD Spot is available for pre-order starting January 4th and will begin shipping in February. While the original CARD retailed for $30, unfortunately, the company didn’t mention pricing for its new Apple-compatible wallet tracker, so stay tuned.

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