Saturday, June 15, 2024

Dare to be Different – Futuristic Drone Cufflinks have landed!

Deakin & Francis are renowned for their diverse range and eclectic mix of cufflinks and their latest design is no exception! With a nod to the future, these dramatically eye-catching drone cufflinks are unlike anything seen before and are sure to turn heads.

Crafted from a mix of steel, brass and aluminium, each futuristic cufflink features six raw, stainless steel spider-like legs. Each leg has its own individual suspension which guarantees that the drone will always be perfectly placed on the cuff: And, like most robotic creations, if you gentle push the central button you will see the legs slowly move up and down.

Finished in an ultra-contemporary Black IP satin finish, every last detail has been considered and perfected.

James Deakin, Creative Director, says: “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!”

Part of the Fundamentals collection, this innovative range offers the highest quality cufflinks that are made to last a lifetime. These Drone cufflinks come with domed oval spring link fittings featuring the Deakin & Francis logo for authenticity.

Available to order today – with a trade price £135+VAT / RRP £325.

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