iCufflinks: World’s First Open Source Electronic Cufflinks

What kind of cufflinks is your favorite? If you’re a computer geek or Mac lover, this pair of power button shaped iCufflinks should be more suitable for you.

iCufflinks: World's First Open Source Electronic Cufflinks

iCufflinks is the world’s first open source electronic cufflinks designed by Adafruit Industries, and made in Canada and USA. The entire cufflink is CNC machined from the finest 6 series aluminum for durability and fashionable look. Inside, there is a circuit board with pulsating LED light. All you need to do is to pop a battery into each iCufflink and screw the backing, then the electronic cufflinks will pulsate for up to 24 hours just like two living power buttons. And all the source code, circuit board files, schematics and CAD fils of iCufflinks have been published on GitHub. This means that you can freely customize the LED lights in iCufflinks.

iCufflinks: World's First Open Source Electronic Cufflinks

Each pair of iCufflinks is priced at $128 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Adafruit Industries for full details or check out the following demo video first.

Additionally, if you need more options, you might like to check the steampunk cufflinks, USB drive cufflinks and more via “cufflinks” tag..

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