Invisible Money Clip


Here’s an unusual accessory – it’s a money clip that doesn’t look like a money clip.  The Invisible Money Clip is a sticker that you glue to the back of a dollar (or Euro or British pound, or whatever), and the magnets in the sticker turn that bill into a money clip.  You can keep your money neatly folded together without an obvious clip.   (I can’t find anything that says if the sticker is removable without destroying the bill.)  The Invisible Money Clip is $9.95.  You can even get them custom printed with your logo and business information for use as a unique customer gift.

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  • John Kes April 8, 2011, 12:08 pm

    Magnets?! That would be bad for credit cards and drivers licenses.

  • sheep April 8, 2011, 12:11 pm

    people still carry money around?

    wont be any good in the UK market as we have different size notes dependent on the value & usually the biggest notes (the highest values go on the outside) + the smallest note we use is £5 (about $8)

  • Dave S. April 8, 2011, 3:14 pm

    There are tons of magnetic clips out there – some attached to wallets. Is there a risk of damaging credit cards and driver’s licenses?

  • Jacob April 9, 2011, 12:24 am

    It is confusing. I dont think it could be practical without causing any damage to other electronic properties.

  • Janet Cloninger April 9, 2011, 10:26 am

    My husband has used money clips for years. The sort he uses has magnets so strong that the clip could almost pinch off the tip of your finger if you closed the clip on it. However, it’s a money clip – you don’t put your cards in it. He also carries it in his front pocket – well away from the card case he carries in a back pocket. He’s never had any problems caused by the magnets.

  • A Reader April 15, 2011, 6:43 pm

    Silly question – why would a company want to put their logo/brand on an item designed not to be seen?

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