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      Personalized Money Clips For Men



      At Executive Gift Shoppe, we carry a unique and stylish selection of money clips for men that can be engraved free of charge, making for ideal personalized gifts. A man often prefers these to a wallet because they are compact and take up less space in a front or back pocket. They hold less than a wallet too but guys often just need to carry one credit card, a driver's license and some cash.

      Almost all of our money clips can be personalized free of charge. For our metal versions, we'll engrave a name, initials or a short message right into the steel, sterling silver or gold using our state of the art engraving machines. For our leather ones, we'll hot stamp up to 3 initials for you free of charge. This hot stamping, also called embossing, creates a branded impression into the leather that is permanent. All of our monogrammed money clips are personalized in our warehouse and will ship out the day after you place your order.

      There are several different styles of cash clips you can choose from. Hinged money clips use a hinge to open up and clamp down on your billfold. The advantage here is that you can fit a good amount of cash in its grip and the hinge function holds them securely. Spring loaded money clip are made of one solid, "U" shaped piece of metal. The top and bottom of the "U" shape are close together but not touching. Two springs inside push your fold of bills up against the top of the clip. These hold a large amount of cash and can even hold a credit card or two. Both cash and credit slide in and out of this clip. A french fold money clip is one solid piece of metal folded onto itself. It the tightest of all the grips for an extra secure hold on your bills. These styles are all made of metal, from stainless steel and gold plated to sterling silver and fourteen karat gold.

      We also carry money clips with credit card holders. These are made of leather and feature a cash clip in addition to several wallet-style credit card slots. The clip uses either a spring tension or a magnetic hold on your fold of bills. There are also novelty styles including a money clip with knife and scissors, golf themes smart money clips. All of our items can be monogrammed free of charge and all orders over $25 ship free of charge as well.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      How expensive are money clips? The costs for money clips, leather wallets and credit card holders can vary widely. A basic steel hinged clip starts at fifteen dollars. Middle of the range clips cost in the thirty to forty dollar range. Sterling silver will cost more of course, anywhere from $129 up to $200. Looking to get someone a truly one of a kind gift, 14 karat gold money clips sell for just over $2000. Why are these so expensive, because gold is the most precious metal of all!

      What are money clips made of?

      Money clips can be made from a variety of materials including aluminum, stainless steel, sterling silver, 14 karat gold and leather. Magnetic money clips are made of genuine leather or faux leather. The leather is folded down the middle with a magnet on either side. The magnets clamp shut on a stack of folded bills. Magnetic money clips are good to hold onto a small stack of bills and a credit card or too. Hinged clips are made of either polished steel, polished aluminum, sterling silver or 14 karat gold. Spring loaded cash holders are made of stainless steel.

      Where are money clips sold?

      Money clips are sold at many men’s stores including large retail shopping stores. Alternately, there are many specialty shops online that sell men’s accessories and men’s jewelry. Jewelry super stores sell higher end cash chips and many will personalize them free of charge.

      Are money clips in or out of style?

      As long as there are men that prefer to avoid bulky wallets, money clips will always be in style. They are a great way to carry essentials like cash, an ID and a credit card or two without adding bulk to your pants pocket. Additionally, many celebrities choose to go the money clip route, including Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Keanu Reeves and Matt Damon. Nothing says “cool” quite like discreetly carrying your stash of bills.

      How safe and secure is a money clip?

      A good money clip is a great way to securely hold your paper and plastic currency. They clamp down on your wad of bills, keeping them safely stowed away until you need them. They are safer from pick pockets than a wallet. Wallets are clearly visible in your back pocket, inviting those with bad intent to take action. Your cash and a card or two can safely and comfortably be held in your front pocket with a discreet money clip.



      Are money clips practical?

      A question we often receive is: are money clips practical or useful? The answer is a resounding YES! Money clips are a great alternative to wallets for guys that don’t like to travel lightly. They hold all your financial essentials from cash to a credit and leave a very small imprint in your pocket. A good cash clip can hold up to 15 folded bills and 2 to 3 credit cards. What kind of guys uses one? Anyone looking to reduce the bulk in their pocket, look a little nicer and travel a little lighter.

      What is a money clip knife?

      A Money clip knife is a cash holder that combines a small french fold clip with an array of tools. The tools often include a small pocket knife, scissors and a multi function screwdriver. Money clip knives are a great item to keep in your pocket, you’ll be surprised how often you’ll use the different tools.

      How do money clip wallets work?

      A money cilp wallet combines a cash clip, usually magnetic, with a credit card holder. The clip usually holds up to seven or eight folded bills. On the opposite side is a series of two or three credit card slots. These are often called weekend wallets, front pocket wallets or travel wallets. They’re a great way to carry the bare minimum as far as your finances go while still having all of your financial essentials at hand.