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The Display Vault Air Card Edition (PSA/CGC)

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REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR TRADING CARD DISPLAY.

Command attention with the only wall-mounted display worthy of your collection.

The Display Vault Air Card Edition (PSA/CGC) is the ultimate showcase for your PSA- or CGC-graded trading cards. Crafted with precision, our high-quality, high-density EVA foam with Friction Fit™ technology ensures security and protection for up to 9 graded slabs. The shimmering carbon fiber finish adds a touch of sophistication, catching every collector's eye. Its modular, ultra-lightweight design makes wall installation a breeze, letting you create stunning displays. And with no assembly required - it's ready to go straight out of the box.The Display Vault Air Card Edition is available in your preferred styles: PSA, CGC, SGC, BGS, and MAG. Elevate your collection with confidence and style.

 Key Features:
  1. High-quality, high-density EVA foam with Friction Fit™ secures and protects your slabs
  2. Shimmering carbon fiber finish delivers eye-catching aesthetic 
  3. Ultra lightweight and mountable for easy wall installation
  4. Ready to go out of box - no assembly required
  5. Also available in your preferred styles (click to explore): 
    1. for SGC
    2. for BGS
    3. for MAG
  6. Patent(s) pending
  7. Dimensions:18.66 in x 12.50 in x 1.10 in 

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Ying Ka Chun
PSA slabs

I purchased the vaulted air for my PSA slabs. It is a great display frame and delivery on time.
I would like to suggest that the frame corner is sharp. If you can improve the corner, it will be more safety.

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Jed Y. (Baltimore, US)
Awesome product !

I love this product. I have used these display cases to showcase my cards. They work great and are in an affordable price range ! Phenomenal product. Would love to buy more.

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David

Best in class.

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Jon-Erik

Great!

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Ryan Moy (Bolingbrook, US)
Slick

Definitely the coolest way I've found to display slabs. Not a big fan of screwing it into the wall though - I ended up using command strips.