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ElevationLab today debuted the TagVault, which is the most protective AirTag holder that we've seen to date.

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Priced at $12.95 for one or $29.95 for a pack of three, the TagVault is a two piece AirTag holder that screws together to offer total protection for an AirTag. The two halves come apart, the AirTag is situated in the middle, and then four screws hold the TagVault together.

According to ElevationLab, the TagVault is waterproof, but it is worth noting that the AirTags themselves have an IP67 water resistance rating that allows them to hold up even when submersed in water.

In addition to waterproofing the AirTag, the TagVault will protect from scratches that the AirTag might collect when attached to a set of keys or another item where wear and tear will be experienced.

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ElevationLab says that the TagVault has a nondescript design that doesn't visually broadcast that an AirTag is inside the case, and it has been created to be compact so it doesn't add a lot of bulk to an AirTag.

The TagVault can be preordered from the ElevationLab website starting today, and it will ship in June.

Article Link: ElevationLab Launches 'TagVault' AirTag Holder
 

Lemon Olive

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In addition to waterproofing the AirTag, the TagVault will protect from scratches
..... ?

This product encapsulates the entire thing...you can't see the AirTag at all. So what if it protects it from scratches? You're not even looking at the AirTag. What....are you going to take it out after 2 years and trade it in to Apple for AirTag 2 and need it to be scratch free to make sure you get your full 4 dollars worth of trade in credit?
 

diego.caraballo

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Protective about what? People should review their relationship with gadgets. It’s amazing for me the market of covers, protectors, shields…what’s the purpose? What’s the purpose of a case for AirPods? Why protect a tag? A disposable product, like any other thing manufactured these days.
 
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