Newest Rev Model
The CountyComm Titanium Money Clip 2.0 has been custom manufactured in-house after thousands of requests and years of waiting.
The new and improved design has several adjustments over the first model.
The slightly taller clip size will accommodate more money and cards.
Also, the increased lip length at the front of the clip will make it much easier to take your wad in and out with one hand.
The Titanium Money clip now has a pure satin finish to give it a clean and pristine look.
No need for a bulky wallet when you can minimize everything into one comprehensive Titanium Money Clip.
Also, you can use two Titanium Money Clips if you so desire, one for money and one for credit cards.
Titanium can be anodized via electro anodizing or with heat. Make it your own!!!
Titanium = Corrosion Resistant + Much Lighter Than Steel + Springy Yet Strong = God's Metal
Extremely lightweight and springy enough to hold one bill or several. The steel clip it replaced was much heavier, and needed at least a few bills to avoid slipping. Exactly what it should be - another titanium triumph.
Lightweight so it doesn't add a lot of heft, but strong enough to keep a stack of notes together. It lives in my journal now to keep it all organized.
Quality money clip. Light and strong. Let's go Brandon!
I use it to hold 4 cards and assorted bills. It does that perfectly well and could handle a whole lot more.
At the $75 price point it is crazy. At the $35 price point its a good deal. I expected it to offer more resistance when it clamps shut, but it does the job well. This is my new EDC and I am happy with it.
This replaced at cheap $12 carbon fiber money clip that I bought from Amazon. Try not to pay a lot for this item. It is an improvement, but not a $70 or $80 improvement. (I realize titanium is expensive though)
Titanium is cool. This thing is light and holds bills well. I don't think it will ever lose it's shape.
It is a bit thicker than I'd like, and it's a bit pricey for what is essentially a bent piece of metal.
I kind of wish the thinner side were flat, and could slide into one side of the Matrix Card Holder. That would be a nice pairing.