These official DC Comics cufflinks put a tiny version of the classic 1960s Batmobile on each of your wrists. Perfect for those times when you’re throwing parties dressed up as your billionaire alter ego. Packaged in a handsome Bat-box.
You can keep those rumors swirling that you’re a classy dude and stab all those cocktail meatballs at parties with these convenient knife cufflinks. Each set features mini stainless steel blades, and comes with a diamond dust sharpener.
Keep a close watch on exactly what your shirt sleeves are up to with these silver cufflinks modeled from closed-circuit security cameras. 3D printed in sterling silver (or other materials for less money).
Lock pick manufacturer Sparrows makes this unique pair of cufflinks, with posts that doubles as a key that unlocks most handcuffs. Could be useful in a kinky situation gone wrong.
These secret agent cufflinks are actually tiny concealed weapons. Each one hides a mini fold-out knife that’s razor sharp. We’re going to go out on a limb and guess these aren’t TSA-friendly.
GothamSmith’s gorgeous steel Bicycle Cufflinks are available in 3 finishes, but remember – just because the pedals are on your wrists doesn’t mean you should let go of the handlebars.
Add a casual touch to your cuffed shirts with these quirky cufflinks. The checkered pattern is etched and then inked by hand. Also detailed with a pocket, collar, buttons, and their own cuffs.
Tateossianâ€™s contemporary watch cufflinks display the watch mechanics on the interior, offering endless gadget appeal while finessing formal attire with a fashion-forward flourish. (Thanks Ron!)
How many times have you been at a party only to find that nobody can find the bottle opener? While you’ve always got your teeth, these stainless cuff links seem like a much better idea.
Artist Ricky Wolbrom’s Elgin 17 oval cufflinks are made from mechanical jeweled watch movements and parts. One of a kind, the pair above sports a satin silver finish and gold accents.