Anyone know if they make Transformers cuff-links?

Discussion in 'Transformers General Discussion' started by PrimeTime, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. PrimeTime

    PrimeTime Well-Known Member

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    It'd be cool wear those into the office, have one set with the Autobot symbol, and one set of the Decepticon logo...

    Anyone know if they exist?
     
  2. Nexus Prime

    Nexus Prime Creation is proof.

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    You could wear one of each. Shake someone's hand with the Autobot side and punch someone in the kidney with the Decepticon side.
     
  3. Bryan

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    I have no idea. But I'd buy 'em in a heartbeat, along with a TF tie pin and a TF lapel pin. And a fat TF signet ring.
     
  4. ams

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    Nothing that I'm aware of; but there will be so many TF products popping up this year (both official and unlicensed/custom), I wouldn't be surprised to see them.
     
  5. Lupis Convoy

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    Dude, you make him sound like a lawyer.... or a politician.

    I imagine they could be easily made by a custom jeweler.
     
  6. pscoop

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    If they don't exist, they should dammit.
     
  7. Yurre

    Yurre I want space nachos XD

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    Me Grimlock Wants Cuff-links!!!
     
  8. helix

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    if you got some plain oval shaped cifflinks im sure a good jeweller would be able to engrave the logo onto them for you.

    ive had stuff like this done before and it looks great (for those interested i had a set made with arrows engraved on them as i couldnt find them anywhere apart from some vivian westwood ones which cost about $170 - yes $170).
     
  9. Voiceroy

    Voiceroy Trans-fo-mahs!

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    Great... TF cuff-links. What will you guys come up with next?
     
  11. Taurucis

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    ...Silly question, but what are cuff links and what are they for? oO
     
  12. Anodythe

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    Cuff links were and are still used to hold the cuffs of a man's shirt together, much like what button do today. The bar passes through the button hole towards the inside of the wearer. The bar is then turned keeping it from passing back through the hole and securing the cuff. Used now on high-end men's shirts, they were, long ago, the only way most men had to keep their cuffs from flapping open all over the place. Everyone else used ties to keep their shirt cuffs closed...A...period reenactor...13th century and War of 1812.
     
  13. Aernaroth

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    Those cuff links are pretty nice. Another idea would be to get some cheap cufflinks, some transformers souvenir pins like this

    Transformers Autobot Pewter Pin 78-376

    and combine the two into lapel pins, cuff links, tie clip, etc.
     
  14. Skylock

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    The belt buckles come to mind when I look at these.
     

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