Apple recently released a guide on how to care for your titanium Apple Card, and how to safely store it so it doesn’t get damaged. Yes, even simply place it in your wallet can damage the surface, or if it “comes into contact with hard surfaces or materials, it’s possible that the coating can be damaged,” according to Apple. That has opened the flood gates for companies looking to cash in, with Singapore-based Gray being one of them. Read more to see their $900+ case for the card.
Called the Vandium Gold Titanium and limited to 50-pieces worldwide, this $1,293 (previously $900) case features external plates that are CNC machined from aerospace-grade titanium, internal plates CNC machined from carbon fiber, a mechanically textured surface finish, RFID blocking, an elastic band in the middle, and gold PVD coating.
“Designed to meet every possible need, the Vandium is flexible enough to fit anywhere from 1 to 15 cards or as much as its elastic band can stretch, giving you the ultimate freedom in deciding how many cards you want to carry. The elastic band also ensures that the wallet is always as slim and thin as possible making it comfortable even for men to put in their front pockets,” said the company.