Birmingham cufflinks manufacturer Deakin & Francis has unveiled the new Futuristic Drone cufflinks, which is the latest design to be added to the bestselling Fundamentals collection.
The new design is based on an unmanned aircraft and features six raw, stainless steel spider-like legs, each with its own individual suspension guaranteeing that every drone cufflink sits on the shirt cuff. In addition, when pressed, the central button mechanically moves the drone’s legs slowly up and down.
The Drone cufflinks are made from a mix of steel, brass and aluminium and are all finished in a Black IP satin gloss.
James Deakin creative director Deakin & Francis explained: ‘All boys, whatever their age, love a good sci-fi or action thriller – and this pair of futuristic cufflinks look like they have come straight from another dimension!
“Finished to the highest standard, we wanted to really push the boundaries. We wanted a true boys’ toy – something that would catch people’s eye and stand out. The functionality and movement of the legs was an essential part of the design and how they sit on the cuff was of uppermost importance.
“Every detail of these daring drones has been considered. I always encourage our wearers to express themselves through their accessories – and it will be interesting to see who is brave enough for this pair! Who will dare to be different? Go on, step into the future!” Added Deakin.
Retail prices for the Futuristic Drone cufflinks start from £325 and are available to order now.
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