Overall Product Rating
Traveler - Review from Amazon.com
Very DisappointedThe money clip is not satisfactory at all. It is not made of spring steel and because of that it spreads open and will not hold bills or cards after the first several uses. It became totally useless. I bought it in advance for a trip - would return it if possible. I had to give it one star for the review but would rather give it no stars.
P. Yen - Review from Amazon.com
Money clip will lose it's tension and change it's shape. You're cash will fall out of it.This money clip looks nice and the idea behind it sounds good. However, after placing 20 bills in it over a period of one day the money clip changed ship and completely lost its tension leaving about a 3mm gap between where the metal end is supposed to touch each other. Thus afterwards, if only a few bills were placed in the money clip they would simply fall out. Impossible to bend back to original shape. Not a good thing for your money clip to let your money fall out, especially when it already costs 3x what it should be actually selling at. Completely unusable after a weeks service, worst purchase ever.
krism - Review from Amazon.com
Cheap piece of extremely sharp metalNot worth the money. You will cut your hands almost every time you touch this thing. Search amazon for a TUMI money clip for a much better item.
E. Mar - Review from Amazon.com
Great, Durable Money ClipHi, I've tried a few dual sided money clips and I really like this one. It doesn't say "Kenneth Cole" on it, but it works very well. I've been using it for about a year and it hasn't shown any metal fatigue. It clips just as good as the day I got it. I keep up to 7 Cards on one side which fills it up. When I take out the cards the clip snaps back every time. It works great with credit cards and money on opposite sides. I clip the cards on the long side and the money (folded) is clipped on the side (not on the fold end). This makes the card and money pretty much on top of each other, so there's no offset. This money clip has served me well. I've seen Sterling Silver ones at Barney's and Blue Nile for $200. I would suspect they would perform well, but that's way too much money.
Benjamin M. Davis - Review from Amazon.com
Does what it promisesI looked at a lot of money clips & read many reviews before choosing this one. Being 2-sided is very handy for bills & cards. Easy to slip items in, holds a good dozen bills and 5-6 cards easily. It is rather expensive for a simple piece of bent metal, and the ends do protrude a little, but all in all I'm quite happy with it. Wish I had made the switch from my bulky wallet years ago.
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