When choosing a money clip one of the most important considerations should be its material because that is the core factor that affects performance. Sure you can find lots of flashy gimicks, but what type of materials are used? Do they say "titanium", but really mean "titanium colored". Do they say titanium, but it is made by some far east company where the purity and grade of titanium could be in question?
Assuming the material is good there is the second factor. How were the money clips made? What processes were put in place to properly handle the unique properties of titanium to get maximum performance? There is some real engineering involved to really take advantage of titanium's properties.
Too many times we've all purchase something that looks good on paper or in a picture, but when it came to production the manufacturer cuts costs by using low grade materials or simply did not know what they were doing. The result is poor performance and you looking for a new "something" just one year later.
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