TagVault: Keychain review: Apple AirTag waterproof, damage-resistant keyring case
The AirTag is a canvas on which ElevationLab has painted features: a keyring and protection against scratches and immersion in water.
- Waterproof and rugged
- Obscures AirTag's nature from thieves
- Includes keyring hole and keyring
- Somewhat reduces maximum volume of AirTag sounds
- A little fussy to take apart and reassemble for battery changes
The TagVault: Keychain features a clever design that gives Apple's AirTag a greater range of use.
Price$ 18.00 (AUD)
ElevationLab's TagVault: Keychain is designed to house an Apple AirTag. It consists of a rugged case with a gasket that prevents water intrusion while passing through ultrawideband and Bluetooth signals and allowing about two-thirds of the AirTag's sound volume. It has an integral loop for a keychain ring and comes with a simple but robust one.
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