Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 18, 2008
Compact and mobile have increasingly become the bywords of the 21st century. In almost every aspect of our lives, we invariably require smallness, lightweight-ness, and manageability to enable us to proceed with our fast-paced lifestyle without worrying about cumbersome gadgets or whatnots hampering our movement. We want our technologically advanced life yet we want to do away with as much personal knickknacks as possible.
To suit this need, numerous ideas have been floated and various inventions have been tried in the market to provide consumers the compactness and mobility they want without sacrificing their practical needs. This is how money clips came to be.
Simple and practical yet very fashionable, money clips are devices used to store cash and credit cards. It comes very handy for those who want to keep their cash or credit cards all the time without carrying around their cumbersome wallets.
Money clips come in various forms. There are metal money clips, magnetic money clips, rubber money clips, and good, old paper clips ordinarily used by banks, stores, and individuals in organizing banknotes.
But although cheaper and easily replaceable, the paper and rubber variants are not as fashionable as the metal or magnetic ones. However, some metal money clips may be quite inflexible and difficult to use while the magnetic ones can cause damage to magnetic strips of credit cards.
Good thing users now have the option to use titanium money clips.
Manufactured by Toronto-based Superior Titanium, titanium money clips are more flexible and springy than money clips made of other materials.
Titanium is a light, strong, lustrous, corrosion-resistant metal that is as strong as steel but 45 percent lighter. It has a low magnetic signature and is not picked up by metal detectors. Titanium also does not become magnetized and has an extremely high melting point of 1800 degrees Celsius. It can be mixed with iron, aluminum and other elements to produce strong, lightweight alloys for use in jet engines, missiles, spacecraft, industrial process, medical prostheses, orthopedic implants, dental endodontic instruments and files, dental implants, sporting goods, jewelry, and mobile phones among others. It was discovered in 1791 by William Gregor in England and named by Martin Heinrich Klaproth after the Titans of Greek mythology.
"Titanium has proven to be technically superior in a wide variety of applications and is immune to corrosive attacks by salt water and chlorine," explains Superior Titanium - Aerospace Titanium Money Clips President Dan Hirschorn.
Unlike other money clips that require springs or second compartments for credit cards, money clips made by Superior Titanium can hold up to 30 bills or just a single bill with a simple design that will never break.
"The titanium we use is completely hypoallergenic, immune to salt water and extremely durable," adds Hirschorn.
The strength and elasticity (springiness) of titanium make it the perfect material for a money clip. Moreover, Superior Titanium money clips can also be used to carry business cards, helping create a great impression when pulled out of a suit pocket.
"Another reason why our clients like traveling with our money clips is that they can put it in their front pocket so it is much more concealed than a bulky wallet. It makes them feel a lot more comfortable knowing that people cannot see where they are carrying their money and credit cards," Hirschorn explains.
Superior Titanium - Titanium Money Clips offers a host of titanium money clips. They have anodized ones that come in different colors, slim money clips, hippie titanium money clips, titanium and gold money clips, and black diamond titanium money clips.
The finish on black diamond titanium money clip is what excites Superior Titanium's President.
"We used a special process that applies carbon through a plasma field to form a black diamond structure on the surface of the titanium that is as tough as nails, even tougher. In fact, this black diamond coating is extremely hard to scratch and does not require a clear top coat. After testing in a salt spray for 1,000 hours, no surface effect whatsoever could be seen on its coating, so no worries about taking this baby surfing, sailing or maybe accidentally swimming with it in your pocket. Of course, the titanium underneath the black diamond coating is also immune to salt water, but it is important to know that the finish is tough," relates Hirschorn.
The black diamond finish represents cutting edge technology. Its integration in the titanium money clip design serves well in functionality and makes for the ultimate way to carry one's cash and credit cards.
The black diamond titanium money clip only costs US$39.99 plus an additional US$5 for shipping and handling to any location worldwide.
Offering a host of other products made of titanium as well, Superior Titanium encourages its visitors and clients to fill out the feedback form on the website with their best idea for a titanium product or an improvement to one of its existing products.
"Our goal is to provide high quality products at a fair price. We listen to suggestions and feedbacks and use these in our effort to continuously improve the quality of our products and services," says Hirschorn.
For more information about Superior Titanium money clips and its other products, visit their site at Superior Titanium - Titanium Money Clips
About Superior Titanium
Superiortitanium.com offers a variety of sleek titanium money clips that are more flexible and springy than money clips made of other materials.
Visit their website at SuperiorTitanium.com for more information or contact the company president, Dan Hirschorn, by sending an email to sales @ superiortitanium.com You may also call him at (+1) 647-896-5193
The company has the right kind of money clips to suit your needs and lifestyle.
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