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- Polished Stainless Steel
- It is sold in over 150 countries and is the best-selling money clip in the world.
- Ultra-thin and light weight (1 oz.) it fits easily into your front pocket or purse.
- The Smart Money Clip is designed with a precision fit to securely hold cards and cash without magnets.
- Durably constructed with a single piece of high tech stainless steel. Measures 2.8" x 2.5"
- The Smart Money Clip is the first patented double-sided money clip.
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- Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 1.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001RMO3NK
- Item model number: Stainless Steel
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2008
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
After ruining my favorite pair of pants a few weeks ago, I decided it was time to get a money clip.
I got the Smart Money Clip because I wanted something that held both cash and cards. When I got the clip in the mail from Amazon, I was amazed at how well it worked. Especially cool is that it holds cards securely, even if you carried just a single card. I think the trick is that the closed end is tapered slightly so that the card is bent a little (don't worry, cards are not bent enough to do any damage or dome)and stays nice and snug.
My only regret is that I didn't get this money clip sooner.
The only thing you would need to get used to is that since the clip holds only five cards, you need to take with you only what you need. I carry my driver's license, a debit card, a credit card, an insurance card and my bus pass. (Ask yourself, do you really need to carry all your cards out?).
Let me tell you, this thing is awesome. It is very slim and holds everything that I need. Some people will have concerns that this clip doesn't hold enough cards that you need to use. I had the same concerns, but in the end this clip ended up making me get rid of cards I carried around for no reason. I scanned in all of my non-daily cards (Health Insurance, AAA, Car Insurance, etc) into my phone. I figured since I always have my phone with me, this was a perfect solution, and every vendor I've dealt with has had no problem looking at my scanned in card instead of the real thing. Any store cards (Costco, Sams, Groceries, etc) I leave in my car now because 99% of the time I am taking my car to those stores anyhow. Another phone option is to use a program like CardStar that stores UPC codes for membership cards. After all of that slimming down in cards I still had one more card than could fit, so I simply moved that card (actually my license) to be behind the money on the money clip side. That works great because my license is always in the same place for when I need to pull it out. I do wish though that maybe they could make a one card slot on that side of the money clip for something like that, but that is a minor concern.
So are there any negatives? Not really, the only thing that could possibly be a negative is that over time the cards get a very slight bend to them. The bend isn't enough to make them not swipe-able by any means but it is worth noting.
There are two problems. Both design flaws. If you plan on carrying just one or two cards, there's not enough tension in the card holding side to keep them secure. I can picture one or both cards falling out if you take it out of your pocket at the wrong angle. You'll need to carry at least three cards to keep them secure, kind of defeating the minimalist approach. The second problem is more personal: this clip has "pointy" corners on both sides- so there's always something digging into you thigh. The build quality is good, and the edges are smooth, but the design means there's no smooth side, regardless of which side you flip it (don't let the pictures fool you). My leather wallet doesn't do this, so even though its bulkier, its more comfortable.
2 stars for build quality, I'm sure it'd last a life time in the right person's pocket, but not mine...
The clip is sturdy, and I've abused it terribly over the years with no problems. My version advertised 5 credit cards, but I can reasonably fit 4 into it. Five if I'm willing to really grind them in.
The fact that it only allowed 4 was actually a god-send, since it forced me to really review what exactly I needed to have on my person at all times: that came out to be my drivers license, my debit card, my AMEX, and my AAA card. When I travel, I leave the AAA card in the car and bring the corporate credit card. This has served me perfectly over the years.
The clip itself fits in the front pocket very comfortably. Normally, I forget it's there, and I've had to literally check my pockets to see if I actually have it on me.
All in all, this was an excellent purchase. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Still working fabulously two years later! Great and sleezy fit in pocket!Published 1 month ago by triscott
Use it every day. Keeps your cards and bills securely.Published 1 month ago by Michael John Nisbett
love this. had one years ago and lost it. holds 6 credit cards/id cards and cash. I would buy again and againPublished 4 months ago by Jeffrey M. Fox
I bought this because I bought a Titanium one (they no longer make it) literally 12 years ago and the hinge recently wore out. Read morePublished 6 months ago by adam perres
The clip is as described and is worth a purchase for those looking for a slimmer wallet. I've gotten ~7 cards in it without a problem, though my metal credit card doesn't bend as... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brian
This is my 3rd or 4th money clip from these guys, they tend to last 3-4 years before spring clip gets to weak or breaks.Published 6 months ago by wvscott
Used this on my Caribbean vacation, great for airports, customs, Etc. Holds the right amount of credit cards and I carried $2000 cash on it in all denomination bills.Published 7 months ago by Colorado living