This sleek pair of cufflinks has a butterfly knife hidden inside. They might as well be paraphernalia from an old 007 movie.
Seemingly targeted at dapper globe-trotting spies, or wealthy perpetrators of corporate crimes, these stylish Sparrow Uncuff Links feature a handcuff key secretly incorporated into their design. Except that it's not so secret. How long is it really going to take for super-villain henchmen or law enforcement to…
Unless you're a dashing secret agent who needs to woo the ladies, cufflinks are not exactly everyday dress attire for the average gent. So when the opportunity does arise to get spiffied up, consider this stylish new set from Richard Mille featuring a simple push-button mechanism made from lightweight titanium.
We all love cosplay — but sometimes circumstances require us to express admiration of our favorite fictional characters in more understated ways. (I don't care how casual your work's Casual Fridays are, chances are you're not getting away with wearing any of these at the office.)
Looking like they were lifted from James Bond's accessories drawer, this set of working pocket knife cufflinks are the perfect not-so-concealed weapons for the aspiring spy. Or, anyone who hates finding a loose thread on their tuxedo.
If I had to wear a suit to work, I would definitely buy these R2-D2 USB flash drive cufflinks. They can store 2GB of data each, which is pretty good. In fact, I can't think of a better cufflink—except a pair that also made R2 sounds.
These iCufflinks are so cool, yet oh so nerdy. I secretly would like to buy them for Father's Day, but would be slightly embarrassed if my man actually wore them to our next formal occasion.
Do you enjoy cycling? Do you enjoy wearing fancy shirts? Then perhaps you need some cufflinks, and perhaps you want some cufflinks that look like little cranks and pedals, yes? They're not subtle, but damn it, you love your bike.
If the Marlboro man were enlisted in the KGB circa 1960, chances are he would have been outfitted with these lighter cuff links.
These solid silver, rhodium-coated scissor cufflinks are cutting edge and all, and very shiny, but at $550 for the pair I think I'll just rummage around the kitchen drawer and bend a pair of my own, thank you very much. Oh, what's that? They open and close, just like real scissors? Sold! [A+R Store]
Cufflinks. No other clothing accessory is so arbitrary and outdated, yet still screams "I have class" better than cufflinks. Here's a way to work your gaming habit in. It's the sterling silver Wiimote cufflinks. The front is a Wiimote, the back is a Nunchuk. It's $30 more than you'd actually pay for two Wiimotes and…
These cufflinks have antique watch intestines as their guts. The cogs don't wind anything, and its uncertain if they are functional at all. Regardless, Red Envelope, the premium gift store, is known for shiny gifts that have zero gadget-worth whatsoever, so we salute them for stocking such a geektastic gift.
Continuing our obsession with all things classic gaming, check out these Sterling silver Space Invader cufflinks. Only $35 bucks, or 140 credits.
These microchip cufflinks are perfect for when we are choked into a suit and tie and pulled from our techcaves, kicking and screaming. They are a way of discreetly saying, "I am listening with sincerity, but my cufflinks could be processing how my cold, robot legs are going to kick your soft, fleshy ass all over this…
What's a geek to do on those rare occasions when cuff links are needed but the rent-a-tux place forgot to include them? Make some yourself using UTP connectors—or Ethernet connectors—crimpers and some pair-wire. This is a pretty good idea and bound to make a splash at any event, given it is technology relate. These…