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    Anyone use money clips regularly? Brand, Size, paper/plastic or both?

    I find the ones I've purchased all end up losing their grip within months.

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    I have one I have used for years,

    It has my initials engraved on the back.
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    M-Clip. THE best. The "High-Roller" holds 50 bills.
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    i use one for my singles. but anything bigger goes in the wallet. Not sure of the brand, my grandpa gave it to me. Those M clips looks super nice.

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    William Henry has some cool designs: Product - William Henry Studio - Superlative Function Deserves to be Elevated to Superlative Art

    Though I've never used one. (nor know how much they can hold)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    M-Clip. THE best. The "High-Roller" holds 50 bills.
    I like the Ultralight V Series, however most of the details says the V2 models don't offer the High Roller option. I can't find any V2 models on the site so I'm assuming they all have High Roller options? Going to order one as it looks the best and gets the best reviews!

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    wallets are over rated. Money clips is the way to go.

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    I use a wallet with a magnetic money clip from fossil

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    Georg Jensen is the way to go, my father had the clip for 15 years and I have had it for around 3 years and I can easily adjust how much it can hold without it losing its grip. Also I love the simplicity of the design. georg-jensen-money-clip-500x500.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    M-Clip. THE best. The "High-Roller" holds 50 bills.
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