With The Hermès AirTag leather case, the brand continues its luxurious collaboration with the world’s most stylish tech company.
AirTag was announced by Apple just a couple of days ago. But it is its collaboration with the French luxury fashion house that made the most headlines.
AirTag is a new Bluetooth tracking device designed to help users find physical objects using the “Find My” app on iOS. It is the first time Apple enters the market, and the perfect opportunity to continue its collaboration with Hermès.
The Hermès Apple Watch collaboration was a very smart move, creating one of the most mouth-watering luxury/tech crossover, that brought to Apple a clientele who normally looks elsewhere for luxury accessories.
The AirTag was just too good an opportunity not to prolong this partnership. Hermès has designed four leather cases to hold the AirTag. The assortment includes a Bag Charm, Key Ring, Travel Tag, and Luggage Tag ranging from $299 to $449 in three different colors. The Hermès AirTag will also be engraved with the brand’s Clou de Selle logo, available exclusively through Hermès.
The new Apple AirTag can be attached to handbags, keys, backpack, or any other item that you can easily misplace. The small, coin-size tracker, can be tracked via the Find My network, helping you locate your lost items using your iPhone or Apple Watch.
The Hermès AirTag will be available starting April 30.
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