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Looking for a cheap money clip !

Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by Millman55, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. Millman55

    Millman55 Loaded Pockets

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    Looking for a decent long lasting money clip (for few dollars and 1-2 cards) in that price range.
    I do not really care if it's titanium or steel, as long as it lasts and doesn't loosen it's grip over the years.
    If something more expensive is REQUIRED for durability, then feel free to recommend that too.

    Thanks !
     
  2. sitdwnandhngon

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  3. zev

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  4. balrog

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    Pick up a large binder clip at an office supply store. Cheap and works well.
     
  5. robbyy

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    try superior titanium = 24 bucks, have had one for years after going through other clips about every 0 months and either bending them or breaking them.
     
  6. jehan60188

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    $ .50 for a box of them. I've been using the same one for a year and a half now.
     
  7. Millman55

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    Thanks robby, so titanium is the only way with long lasting money clips ? I will invest if it's ALWAYS more durable than steel in this product.
     
  8. zev

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    Slim Clip (stainless steel) is plenty durable. Plus for only $3.47 you can afford to break a few.
     
  9. Municipal_Jedi

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    I'll +3 the Slim Clip.

    I've been carrying one for nigh 2 years without any loss of tension or other problems. Not bulky at all in your pocket. I've been carrying money clips for many years and I really like the separation of the cards and cash that the Slim Clip offers. If you want something else check out Things Remembered at your local mall I had a hinged clip that I bought there that was also pretty good but it was a pain to get out a card or license when you had cash because you have to dig through both piles.
     
  10. sitdwnandhngon

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    That's a :censored: good idea, I'm going to start using those. They probably pocket pretty comfortably.
     
  11. H2O

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    I shop the local pawn shops for deals, you would be surprised what kind of deals you can run into.
     
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