iCufflink photos by Johngineer

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“Drinks in the club, Hennessy bona fide / Roll up my sleeves, cufflinks to the side.”… photos by John M. DeCristofaro. Flickr set here.

The iCufflinks are a hit, we’re making them around the clock and notifying people in order they signed up on the product page. The necklace and earrings are being made now, we’re really happy with the response and all the folks sending in kind words as they wear them to special events.


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4 Comments

  1. What’s with the cracks in the head on the one cuff-links in the first pic? Is this the result of the machining or is this a already well worn and abused set of cuff-links? Just curious.

  2. @david – that’s actually dirt and little strips of dirt/black plastic

  3. actually, it’s little *itty-bitty* pieces of black felt from the nice boutique box the cufflinks come in. bear in mind that the first photo is about 5-7 times larger than life-sized.

  4. The cufflinks are neat, but I really like the resistor captcha.

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