Elevation Lab Launches New 'TagVault: Fabric' AirTag Holder

Elevation Lab, known for its range of accessories designed for Apple devices, today announced the launch of the TagVault: Fabric, its latest AirTag holder.

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The TagVault: Fabric is, as the name suggests, made of fabric, and it features a fabric holder for the AirTag along with an adhesive base that can stick anywhere. The fabric mount can be used with luggage, purses, bags, jackets, and more, and it serves the purpose of keeping the AirTag tucked away, securing it to whatever it's attached to, and making its presence less obvious.

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Elevation Lab says that the TagVault: Fabric is able to adhere to nylon, polyester, vinyl, rubberized fabrics, and GORE-TEX, and it will reach full adhesion strength after a 24-hour period. It is not designed to work with leather, fibrous fabric, suede, or stretchy fabrics, and while it can be safely removed, it is not meant to be reused once it is attached to an item. Note that the AirTag can be removed from the TagVault without having to remove the TagVault from the item.

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When adhered to an item, the TagVault: Fabric is flexible and can move around without coming loose, as it is designed to conform and flex with the surface that it is mounted on. According to Elevation Lab, it was also created to withstand getting hit by items that are shoved in a bag.

The TagVault: Fabric can be purchased from the Elevation Lab website or from Amazon.com for $13.95. A pack of two is available for $19.95, and a pack of four is available for $29.95.

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Top Rated Comments

RalfTheDog Avatar
7 weeks ago

I want to put this under my vehicle ? so It can be tracked at all times.
I have an airtag in a hidden compartment in my car. Don't ask me where.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bLackjackj Avatar
7 weeks ago
$13.95 or .99c 3M tape from your local hardware store that does the SAME job? Now that's a markup!
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macsplusmacs Avatar
7 weeks ago
Watch the video on their site, I went from hmmm to a 4pack in a minute.

Esp. the fact it can stick to my expensive coat. Now when I leave it at a restaurant AGAIN. I can track it down like a hawk.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
steve09090 Avatar
7 weeks ago

From the article: “Note that the AirTag can be removed from the TagVault without having to remove the TagVault from the item.”
I’m amazed at how lazy people can be, to complain about a product based on a forum post, when they even provide a direct link to the page that shows the product. Even if the answer is in the article they won’t read it, but they hardly ever go to the product page.

hmmmm….I can do 400 for 8.99
Not on my AU$45 airtags I won’t. I’d rather spend $400 on a Hermes AirTag holder than that rubbish.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
SFjohn Avatar
7 weeks ago

Battery changes?
From the article: “Note that the AirTag can be removed from the TagVault without having to remove the TagVault from the item.”
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DotCom2 Avatar
7 weeks ago

Cool but not at $29. LMAO
That's for four of them. I think that is reasonable.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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