GDC Money Clip
Thanks to technology via phone apps that have replaced an array of credit and loyalty cards, fewer items wind up in wallets. This translates to money clips growing in popularity. Enter the Gerber GDC Money Clip. Not only does it hold up to five essential cards, but it contains a 1.75 inch fine edge stainless steel blade for discreet access and ultra-practical incorporation into the daily routine. It perfectly integrates high tech function with a need for basic, sturdy steel.
FORM AND FUNCTION
This sleek GDC Money Clip, capably housing its nimble blade within a 3.6- inch body, stows easily in a pocket. True to the always ready GDC lifestyle and built for the practical gentleman, the Money Clip is a Gerber innovation for modern day superheroes. Warning: this is a budget buster. The clever blend of quality, looks, and functionality warrants picking up the tab every time just to show it off.
A SAFE GRIP
Wrap your finger around the ring, press your thumb against the thumb grip, and you’ve got a solid hold that won’t budge when you put a bit of power behind a cut. When you’re done, the blade snaps back into its sturdy, safe money clip sheath.
- Holds 5 credit cards
- 1.75" blade
- Large engraveable surface
- Finger slot with serrated thumb rest for maximum grip
- Rust proof materials
- Titanium coated steel body
- G-10 front plate
- Anodized aluminum accents
This has been my money clip/pocket knife for the past year. Other than being a little hard on the butt cheek, it works fairly well. I have found many uses for the knife and it saves me another item to carry. With too much stuff shoved in the clip the knife wont pull out, until you move the stuff an inch down. So it works great overall.
It would be helpful if your video showed how the credit cards fit and how the money clip part works. Sounds like an awesome product but I really would like to see a demonstration of all its functions before buying
Some horrible design flaws went into this money clip. I was incredibly excited to receive mine and when I did, I was even more excited to start using it on an every day basis. I own around ten knives and decided that this would be a great added time to my collection that would have great use. BUT. Before putting any bills in the clip i noticed the first flaw, the safety release, when released scratched against the side of the blade, and then in turn the end of the blade itself. This would over time greatly damage the edge and all around use of the knife. Secondly as mentioned by someone else, I put my money into the clip, and went to take the knife out, and the release is compressed back by the bills creating now what was an every day carry knife that was small useful and discreet, to be just a money clip, completely rendering the knife useless. I had so much hope for this item but am now so very displeased with it. Maybe next time before releasing a new product you could give it a test run with a few of your guys first.
Bogus! Can't get the knife out with money in the clip! The money prevents the release button from being depressed
I really want one of these but they need to be made for a man with girthy fingers and knuckles :(
I would love this more than anything if the ring wasn't green! Why not a neutral color like silver or gray?!
Great idea, knife did not fit secure into the money clip, but in contact with Gerber now to correct this issue. It will be a great discrete carry when it gets all together....
It looks really awesome I can't wait to get it
The clip on mine cracked after just a week it's a shame because I love it and I love the knife part but I'm disappointed because the clip broke
Please make this with the ring in black or silver.
This is the coolest product, and I want to sell them to my Public Safety and Law Enforcement customers. Can I become a dealer, or can I get special pricing, what are my options? I look forward to hearing back from you soon. Have a great day.
Please make a versionn of this that slides onto the GDC belt.
This should be the Belt Buckle! I would love to have one of these. I never leave home without my Gerber Pliers! I own several Gerber knives also, Love your gear!