Take your love for i-Gadgets to fashion with the iCufflinks. These battery powered cufflinks pulse at the same speed as Macbook’s “sleep” light. You can get one from Adafruit for $128, or if you want to go the DIY route, they have made the circuitry open source.
Steampunk USB cufflinks mix style with tech and give you the pleasure of carrying data in your sleeve. Not that it is difficult to carry flash drives, but carrying them in cufflinks is so much more cooler. Each of these has 8gigs of storage, and would have cost you $225, “would have” because they were sold out on Etsy.
Nothing says Lego loving geek like these space helmet Lego cufflinks. And they look so very damn cool. They seem to have been sold out at the moment, but we see no reason for the seller to not have more of them, so keep an eye on the Cufflinks Etsy shop.
Ralph Lauren’s luxurious gift list for the holiday season includes these skull cufflinks where the skulls have diamonds for eyes. The skulls themselves are finished in white gold. According to our extensive research that never happened, all this is everything you need for a $11,000 price tag for cufflinks.
Carrying data on the sleeve will probably make a very formidable geek. In any case, the data will always be available close and at hand, or more precisely, at the cufflinks. The cufflink flash drives obviously work as cufflinks, but they are also capable of carrying 2GB of data each. The pair costs $195.
There is no better way of showing your dorky side than dressing up formally, and topping it all up with Iron Man cufflinks. Since we are optimists, we look at the brighter side; the cufflinks are made from small action figures, so the hands and legs actually move. This transforms into a life saver when you realize you have been trapped in a two hour long presentation with no escape available. Cost $30
PDA Cufflinks ae the way to go for any geek who worships his mobile phone. These cufflinks are made to look like BlackBerry phones, and even have rhodium plating and blue enamel to give them there place as high end accessories. No word on pricing yet.
The vintage lighter cufflinks appear to be great for smokers. They’ll let you light the stick in style, and there’s no problem of fumbling around for a lighter. The cufflinks are made from 50 year old working vintage lighters and are handmade. They cost $40, but appear to have been sold out at the moment.
These miniature guns may look tiny, but they really shoot. Not that you could seriously wound someone with their 2mm blank pinfire cartridges, but these are real gems of craftsmanship. They were originally made by Austrian watchmakers as decorative pocket watch chain fobs or as cufflinks.
The Yves St Laurent Bullet Cufflinks as the name suggests, are made to resemble bullets, in a discrete way that does not scream for attention. Well, we don’t really know what kind of attention you’ll get when people notice you have bullets on your cuffs, but wearing cowboy boots with them will definitely make things a bit clear. They are made of brass and have a silver tone tarnish finish.