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Bike Cufflinks for the Well-Dressed Bicyclist

by Shane McGlaun
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We have seen our share of geeky cufflinks around here, like the USB cufflinks a while back. I personally have no need for cufflinks. The last time I held a set of cufflinks was in the late 80’s when my cousin got married, and I didn’t know what they were. If you have the need for cufflinks and you like bikes, we found your set.

These cufflinks are simply called the Bicycle Cufflinks, and they have a sprocket on one side and a crank with a pedal on the other. They remind me of a game piece from Monopoly. The things will link your cuffs nicely with a bit of geek flare.

They are made by GothamSmith using a 3D printing process using powdered steel and bronze. Three different finishes are offered, and they will ship in June. Other than the antique looking steel here, you can get a pair that has a silver finish and a pair in gold color. The price for the cufflinks is $59 (USD), but the first batch is already sold out.

[via Wired]

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