The M-Clip brand is wonderful, so much so that we decided to put together an M-Clip review…
Coming in a selection of different materials and finishes, these money clips are seriously beautiful objects – and they work very well. The multi-patented product has a simple to use sliding lever function that locks the clip securely. Here’s what M-Clip have to say:
“The World’s Finest Money Clip” and “Finally, A Money Clip that Works” … these are the registered trademarks and descriptions that we take very seriously about our product.”
Why choose an M-Clip money clip?
- Very smart and stylish design
- High quality – constructed and assembled entirely by hand
- They work very well
- Have a good capacity (approx 8-10 bills and 6-8 credit cards)
- XL versions of some with extra large capacity (approx 20 bills and 1-12 credit cards)
We looked into a selection of materials and finishes in this M-Clip review and discussed the pros and cons for each model.
M-Clip Rhodium Cocobolo Wood
An exquisite money clip, made out rhodium-plated metal with gorgeous Cocobolo hardwood inlays. The combination of rhodium and Cocobolo epitomizes M-Clip’s notion of working with the highest quality materials available.
And it’s beautifully finished, like a high end piece of jewelry. Simple and stunning, this money clip has somewhat of a timeless look.
M-Clip Ultralight V Series – natural
Made from super-light, aircraft grade aluminum, the Ultralight V Series is M-Clip’s most affordable range.
The ultralight satin finish anodized aluminum money clip weighs in at just 1 ounce so no need to worry about this weighing you down!
If you want that M-Clip quality and design but your budget doesn’t stretch as far as some of the higher priced models, then look no further.
This is yet another of M-Clip’s compelling material combinations. (We included its friend, the Rodeo Dark Blue Alligator in our review of 5 of the Top Money Clips).
Rhodium-plated, (like the Cocobolo Wood and Alligator M-Clips), this handsome money clip is inlaid with the polished skins of Pacific Stingray.
M-Clip Ultralight V Series – blue
Blue version of the Ultralight V Series, M-Clip’s most affordable range.
Perfect if you’re looking for a lightweight and / or colorful money clip.
Vibrant and fun, the Ultralight V-Series is produced in a selection of different colors and inlays so there’s something to suit all styles and tastes. M-Clip have even created a US flag version!
For a bit more information on the Ultralight V Series, see our notes on the natural version, earlier in this M-Clip review.
M-Clip Stainless with Polished Border
If you’re looking for a stainless steel M-Clip and don’t mind spending a touch over $100 then have a look at the M-Clip Stainless with Polished Border.
Suited to both everyday use and special occasions, it’ll hold all of your essential items (and more). With a full stainless steel construction, this money clip will stand the test of time.
M-Clip Stainless with Polished Border XL
This is the extra large version of the money clip above. M-Clip’s XL versions are exactly the same as the standard size but have a deeper spring.
Ideal if you like the M-Clip range but need to carry more items.
And unless you’re planning on carrying the contents of your top drawer around with you, the capacity of 20 bills and 10-12 credit cards should mean you’ll never be stuck for space.
Want to see more M-Clip money clips?
We’ve included a handful of the M-Clip money clip range in this review. If you would like to see more, why not check out our interactive chart where you can compare M-Clip money clips by material and price?
Tip: to filter the search results in the chart, use the search box like below. In this example we have searched the term “M-Clip”, which returns all of the results that include the word “M-Clip”. (We’ve cropped the photo below with only 3, but don’t worry there are many more M-Clip money clips in the comparison chart!)