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Wallet or Money Clip

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Splash May 4, 2013. 51 Replies

Hey guys, This is my first post. I thought I would start out with a question/debate. I have always used a wallet, but recently started carrying a money clip. I was just wondering what other mens…Continue

 

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Brian Splash replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"I use a money clip when I'm just bumming around on my treadly or motorbike , never more than fifty bucks and my licence , but when I go to work , shopping or out where I could buy a meal ill take a small leather front pocket wallet with a…"
May 4, 2013
Brian Splash replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"What a dumb statement !"
May 4, 2013
David F. replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"I tend to go with both.  Minimal wallet with a money clip in my pocket.  "
Apr 15, 2013
The Dutch Dastard replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"Not much use for a money clip here as we don't have those nice 1 dollar bills. Money get's back to you in heavy chunky coins, so you need to keep those somewhere. It does have the advantage of being able to keep you house/bicycle key in…"
Apr 15, 2013
Jack Kardic replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"I use a bifold with an ID window on the outside so I don't have to open it up just to buy drinks, ammo, etc., and keep it in my front pocket. I use cash as my primary means of transaction, but for no particular reason, money clips just never…"
Apr 15, 2013
Matt Barrow replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"I tend to carry both. My wallet is a bifold zippered from Alpine Swiss, and it holds ID, credit/debit cards, insurance cards, voter registration card, CPR cert card, duct tape card(old debit card wrapped in 3 feet of duct tape, JiC), Private…"
Apr 14, 2013
pal replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"Hello and welcome to the forum! I, like you, started carrying a money clip this year and I really like the freedom from the large tri-fold that I carried for years. I carry the "Smart Money Clip" by Storus. It is designed to hold credit…"
Sep 8, 2010
Cam replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"I carry a wallet, no more than $20 in cash, however. Wallet goes in back right pocket. I'd try a money clip or a front pocket wallet, but I'm kinda OCD with my pockets. I've got my phone in right side pocket, my Zune in my left side…"
Sep 6, 2010
Theo Hunter replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"The CARD Act has changed the minimum purchase requriements so that they will be able to start having minimum purchases and/or charging a fee for using debit and credit cards."
Sep 3, 2010
Daniel Benton replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"WHERE do you carry the case tho? I use a wallt becasue when I sit on it, it doesn't dent. Can't use a money clip cuz it's inconvenient to carry plastic. Personally, I carry very little cash. Mostly just "iou's"."
Sep 3, 2010
Monty Smith replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"There are still a few cash only restaurants around our area, for one example. For another, there are hundreds of hot dog stands, kebab stands, produce stands, farmers' markets, and the like scattered all over Manhattan, the majority of which…"
Sep 3, 2010
Native Son replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
""Welcome to The Village. I am Number 2. You are #6.""
Sep 3, 2010
Theo Hunter replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"Cash is a liability, that’s why a lot of business, apartment complexes, daycares, the Apple Store until recently, wouldn’t take cash. If banks and convenient stores didn’t have cash they wouldn’t get robbed. If you loose cash…"
Sep 3, 2010
Niko Rodriguez replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"One of my friends carries one of those money clip and every time he takes it out I tell him that carrying one of those is so pimp (with style, not in a bad way)... I think it's really cool but personally I wouldn't carry those, I'll…"
Sep 3, 2010
Pavel Simek replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"Thank you for the explanation. I like the idea with cigarette case."
Sep 3, 2010
Stephen Charles Berry replied to Ben Joyner's discussion Wallet or Money Clip
"I've always carried a wallet, but it's been slowly decreasing in size as the years go by. I used to carry so much junk around, a la George Costanza. I realized that I was taking it out of my pocket all the time, for reasons of comfort.…"
Sep 2, 2010

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