Now that I've had a chance to gain some experience with Remora holsters I thought I would report back with my findings and thoughts.
When I first heard of these holsters I was skeptical because they lack a clip to fasten to one's belt. Instead, Remora holsters rely on a "sticky" material, which seems slightly similar to the stuff they use to make mats for your dashboard, to hold your keys, phone, etc. I was skeptical, but after reading reviews by others who have tried this holster, I decided to give it a try, and I'm glad that I did.
There are several things I like about the Remora, which are unique.
1. The lack of a clip results in a holster that feels thinner when carried IWB. It is simply less obtrusive, especially when seated in a chair or (especially) when driving in the car.
2. It stays in it's place securely, but when I do want to move it, I don't have to undo a buckle, belt or clip.
3. This holster works equally well in the pants pocket, IWB or in a jacket pocket. It also sits flat on either side, with no clip to knock it off balance. When I set my gun in my center console or glove box, the "sticky" material keeps it from sliding around as the car moves, and it lays flat. On a given day, I might switch my holster from IWB, to vehicle console, to jacket pocket or messenger bag. With the Remora, I only need to leave the house with one holster.
4. The price is right! (about $25).
So far I have used this holster with a PM9, a Seecamp .32 and a Smith 642 and I have no complaints, with one exception. The Seecamp holster (model 1B) originally fit a bit loosely, so I called Remora and spoke with Alan. Alan offered several possible solutions, and he ended up adjusting a 1B holster for me to allow for a tighter fit with the Seecamp. Customer service was outstanding, more than I would expect for a $25 purchase, and the Seecamp is a perfect fit with the adjusted model 1B. As if this wasn't already a "best buy" holster, it features a lifetime, "no questions asked" warranty.
See attached photos (mediocre quality, taken with phone camera).