Add a little spark to your formal attire with these Vintage Lighter Cufflinks ($40). Made from working vintage lighters once found in gumball machines roughly 50 years ago, these handmade cufflinks feature a bullet back closure, integrated flame covers, and screw bottoms for refilling. Just remember to take them off before firing up, lest you burn up a perfectly good suit.
It doesn't matter whether you're piloting an F-22 across the sky or a John Deere across your yard, the Oakley Factory Pilot Glove ($80) will keep your hands protected on your journey. Upgraded at the behest of the U.S. military, this extreme glove features a full-grain leather palm with micro venting, breathable mesh and rubber exhaust ports, Airprene on the joints for superior breathability, stretch panels for a precise fit, and carbon fiber knuckle plating, in case you get into a dust-up when you land.
They probably won't look the greatest with your Bond-esque tux, but these Ravi Ratan Casino Royale Cuff Links ($165) are definitely a must-have for hardcore 007 fans. The sterling silver cufflinks boast authentic Casino Royale British stamps encased in epoxy for a lifetime of espionage.
Show off your kid's first picture with these Sonogram Cufflinks ($65). Just email Cufflinks.com your sonogram images (you can even use two different pictures) and in three weeks, you'll have the proudest wrists of anyone at the office. "Dad" has a funny ring to it, doesn't it?
Produced with the latest in 3D Rapid Prototyping technology, these cufflinks are just as cool for the way they look as they are for the way they're made. The Custom 3D Printed Metal Cufflinks ($50) offer a custom look thanks to the Shapeways Cufflink Creator, which makes them on-demand and made to order. Just select your style and shape, and enter your text (initials, dirty IM abbreviations) and in three weeks you'll have your own set of custom cufflinks.