Gear

Friday, January 26, 2007

Titan Money Clip

When I saw it, I just had to get the Titanium Money Clip from Superior Titanum.
You might be wondering, why would you need a titanium money clip…
It's strong, light in weight and non-magnetic, you don't need to worry about damaging any card with a magnetic strip.
I gave mine away on a recent trip. I'm getting another soon.

1 Comments:

  • Not bad products but not truly unique either. Titanium does scratch up fairly easily, which is why titanium nitride is used as a top coating. In reality the wear pattern just brings out the deep grey color of the titanium alloys.

    A different approach is taken at www.clip-money.com with a clip specifically designed to hold credit cards and cash in a slim design.

    By Blogger Ti, At December 17, 2009 11:12 AM  

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