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Finest money clip?

post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 
i have a thing for money clips. hope i'm not alone here. i used to have a thing for wallets, but i grew out of that, $hoooot. who do you guys think makes the the best ones? i have a colibri and a versace right now, they're both pretty scratched up. i'm willing to spend $400-few grand for my next one
post #2 of 18
$400 to a few grand is a lot, too much to spend for a money clip in my opinion. I carry a coach magnetic money clip, but I imagine you wouldn't care for that. I think there is nothing more classic than a Tiffany and Co. sterling silver money clip. One of these days I'm going to get around to ordering one.
post #3 of 18
-5pace.pirat3]+, private message Styleman or Kalra. They should be able to help you.
post #4 of 18
I used to use a magnetic money clip, but if I stuck a BART ticket in it or a credit card, that would be the end of the magnetic stripe. =(
post #5 of 18
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i have a thing for money clips. hope i'm not alone here. i used to have a thing for wallets, but i grew out of that, $hoooot. who do you guys think makes the the best ones? i have a colibri and a versace right now, they're both pretty scratched up. i'm willing to spend $400-few grand for my next one
Put your notes in your pocket of pants, you could have the pleasure of touching them all the day.
post #6 of 18
I've used a silver clip from Tiffany's, but found that silver wasn't really resilient enough, i.e., it deformed from too many bills. I was thinking about getting a silver paperclip to replace it, as I think it would last longer. Matt
post #7 of 18
Please be careful, -5pace.pirat3]+.  On December 11, 2004, in the early evening my solid gold money clip was dropped somewhere on Madison Avenue.  So great is my disgust with myself I cannot allow me to have another.
post #8 of 18
What is the price on a Tiffany's money clip?
post #9 of 18
the one I bought cost $110.
post #10 of 18
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Please be careful, -5pace.pirat3]+.  On December 11, 2004, in the early evening my solid gold money clip was dropped somewhere on Madison Avenue.  So great is my disgust with myself I cannot allow me to have another.
I've been able to forgive myself and have replaced with like, over the past 7-8 years, a Brigg umbrella and a silver Dupont lighter. Perhaps 3 1/2 months is sufficiently long for penance or, if superstitious, the object brought you good fortune (except, of course, for losing it).
post #11 of 18
I bought a fossil magnetic clip (leather) with card wallet attached to it. The magnetic clips are good for 0-10 bills. The "clip" clips are good for 5-20 bills. I also really like the card wallet -- it's handy for drivers license, credit card, etc. I think money clips are a good way to force you to keep your wallet organized. -boston
post #12 of 18
I'm partial to my Manchester City money clip...
post #13 of 18
Thread Starter 
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What is the price on a Tiffany's money clip?
about $100-175(+8/25 for machine/hand monogram) or around $1000 for a gold one, says their website
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I've used a silver clip from Tiffany's, but found that silver wasn't really resilient enough, i.e., it deformed from too many bills. I was thinking about getting a silver paperclip to replace it, as I think it would last longer. Matt
i'm considering a versace sterling, the one i have now is steel and it doesn't have open/magnet mechanism, and now you can see in the middle where there's strain from a few too many bills/cards not to mention alot of little scratches and dents
post #14 of 18
Did you really just resurrect a 4 year old thread to shill for your product? At least be subtle about it.
post #15 of 18
It's not rotating !!!
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