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Dress to Kill (Or Just Prick) With a Set of Pocket Knife Cufflinks

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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.

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Made from stainless steel, the $57 cufflinks even come with a diamond dust sharpener so you can keep the tiny blades well honed and deadly. Well, maybe not deadly, given they're too small to cause a lot of serious damage unless you were really dedicated to the cause. But still sharp enough to easily slice open tiny envelopes, miniature plastic blister packaging, or carving up a crabapple.

Illustration for article titled Dress to Kill (Or Just Prick) With a Set of Pocket Knife Cufflinks
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harrysawyers
Harry Sawyers

These are beautiful. And someone might actually notice them. That would be a relief, because cufflinks do not fare well on the hassle/benefit ratio of fancy apparel. Typing, eating, reading a newspaper, sitting at a bar—all much more difficult with that hardware jutting out of a French cuff. And the cuffs are never tight enough on the wrist! You can take the links off to roll up a sleeve, but then you've got to remember where you put them. If you're willing to be uncomfortable to look good, just wear a tie.