There are Apple TV Siri Remote cases in all shapes and colors, the vast majority of which offer a silicone grip and protection against those inevitable jumps from your couch cushions. But if those are a little too tacky for your taste (and remind you too much of that) squishy covers for wii remotes), Nomad has developed a sleek alternative: a Siri Remote case made from American leather and — best of all — comes with a hidden AirTag pocket.
The case leaves the front of the remote completely open, so it may not be the best option if you’re looking for something to protect the device from spills or drops. It makes up for that in style, though: removing the solid brown backing reveals a discreet pocket where you can place an AirTag. If your remote ever disappears into the abyss between your couch cushions or is wrapped in a pile of blankets, you can at least call on your Find My app to help you find it.
It would be nice if Apple included a tracker and built-in speaker so you don’t have to buy an AirTag separately to find your remote. Roku already solved this problem with its lost function at a distance, by the way. Supported remotes emit a sound when you activate the feature via a voice command, the Roku app, or by pressing a button on the Roku streaming device.
Although Nomad’s case is made of leather on the outside, it has a microfibre lining on the inside that shouldn’t damage the remote. However, as it is made of premium materials, it will cost you a little more than the typical silicone cases you would find on Amazon – it goes for $39.59 on Nomad .’s site and comes in a deep Ashland brown.