I should probably post this in the Watchmaking section, but thought I'd ask the Public forum first.
I've been searching for years for the perfect wallet; just like everyone on this forum who buys, then flips watches in search for the "just right" watch, for many years I bought wallet after wallet after wallet. Some were too small, most were too big (think George Costanza's), and all were wrong for one reason or another.
A couple of years ago, I found what seemed to be the perfect wallet for me-- minimal profile, just large enough to carry essential cards. It also included a strong magnetic money clip to help keep my cash organized in a slim way. This isn't quite the same version that I bought, but it's pretty close:
So this year, I've discovered the great joys of mechanical and automatic watches, and am enjoying immensely all that I've learned from the experts on these boards. However, the nagging worry that I've got is that I'm going to now have to give up my "just right" wallet because I'm worried about the magnetic money clip causing havoc with the movements.
Am I being unduly worried about the likelihood of magnetization of the movements? Do I have to return to my years-long quest for a new "perfect" wallet? Or, is it pretty unlikely that my wallet will cause a problem?