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Storus Smart Money Clip


$30.00 Released January, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Holds 5 cards well and all the cash that's needed for the day. Solid build quality with smooth edges. Can hold a more cash than most people are comfortable with carrying.

The Cons:Only holds 5 cards, requiring that you take only the essentials. Doesn't perform well with only one or two cards--they tend to get loose easily. The corners are quite pointy and tend to dig into your thigh, might rip pocket lining.

Get rid of your bulky wallet and replace it with this slim and sexy money clip.  The smart design contains 2 different sides, one to hold your bills, the other side specifically designed to hold your cards.

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The polished stainless steel version can be purchased for 19.95.

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    Holds 5 cards well and all the cash that's needed for the day

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    Solid build quality with smooth edges.

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    Can hold a more cash than most people are comfortable with carrying.

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    Slim enough to fit well in a front pocket, deterring pickpockets.

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    Only holds 5 cards, requiring that you take only the essentials.

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    Doesn't perform well with only one or two cards--they tend to get loose easily.

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    The corners are quite pointy and tend to dig into your thigh, might rip pocket lining.

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    Awkward to remove a single card when it's holding more than three--all the cards tend to come out at once.

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joseph72
joseph72: #storus_smart_money_clip Trek, The "AP", or advanced polymer clip was ordered off the website www.storus.com. Did you get yours from a retail store? Apr 24, 07
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TrekLightGear
TrekLightGear: #storus_smart_money_clip Got it delivered and have been using it for a couple days now. I love it so far and my only complaint would be that sometimes the corners can get pressed into your leg a bit and they're not exactly soft. Maybe rounding the corners a little bit more would be a smart move on their part. Apr 13, 07
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TrekLightGear
TrekLightGear: #storus_smart_money_clip I just picked one up, looking forward to trying it out. I didn't see the clear plastic "AP" version - where did you find that? Apr 6, 07
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joseph72
joseph72: #storus_smart_money_clip Just bought the Storus stainless money clip and also got the clear plastic "AP" version. Great products! The stainless has an ingenious design that uses the card's own tension to hold them in (one is best, when five are inserted the outermost card is a little loose), and the money clip section is very strong. The polymer one seems more purposefully built for credit cards and ID as it has a thumbhole dispenser for the cards, much akin to a business card holder. I'll use the stainless for work and going out, and the polymer for travel and crossing the tracks, so to speak. They're both great so far---hope I get seven years out of the metal one.  Feb 13, 07
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Omar
Omar: #storus_smart_money_clip 7 years?! I think that'll suit me just fine. Dec 13, 06
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NoNamer2
NoNamer2: #storus_smart_money_clip Omar, This one does not exactly have the same problem although it does stretch some. I have had mine for 7 years and have just decided to replace it due to a small amount of stretching. I am buying another one. Dec 13, 06
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Omar
Omar: #storus_smart_money_clip I've owned a money clip for over a year now and can never go back to wearing a bulky wallet. One problem with my current clip is that the arm is losing elasticity since I keep my cards in the clip alongside the money. I hope that this clip wouldn't suffer that same problem. Oct 4, 06
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