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Richard Mille Cufflinks

It's very rare that we write about a product that adds complexity to the equation, but we'll make an exception for these Richard Mille Cufflinks ($20,000). Created over two years, they're made from grade 5 titanium, and feature a patented mechanism that opens the twin titanium bars using push-pieces and close by pressing on the top plate, resulting in cufflinks that contain 38 components each. Other features include satin-brushed upper surfaces that are bevelled by hand and a surprisingly subtle look.

  • Batman Cufflinks

    Handy for showing off your fandom, less handy for protecting your secret identity. These Batman Cufflinks ($125) are a subtle way to geek up even the dressiest attire. Plated a smooth satin black and featuring a fixed logo back closure, they're officially licensed by the Bat's overlords at DC and arrive in a custom collectors box complete with the Batman logo on the side and a comic strip on the lid's interior.

  • Halo Belt

    Sure, bike reflectors can help you stay visible — as long as you're actually on your bike. Only the Halo Belt ($75) can keep you visible even if you fall off. This multipurpose, LED-laden accessory emits its light though a custom designed thermoplastic polyurethane fiber optic, which gives it an awesome Tron-style look while allowing it to be worn as a standard belt, over the shoulder, or flung wildly at a narcotic-fueled rave.