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Make “Formal Jedi” Your Fashion Statement With ‘Star Wars’ Cufflinks

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Picking the right set of cufflinks is a small yet important part of any formal outfit. And if you’re looking for a way to proudly proclaim your Star Wars fanhood in a manner that looks a lot better than bringing your lightsaber to prom, these new officially licensed Star Wars cufflinks from Cufflinks Inc are just the thing for you.

Starting at $60 at Cufflinks.com, you can own a pair of cufflinks featuring Star Wars entities like AT-AT Walkers, Darth Vader, Chewbacca, Tie Fighters, Yoda, X-Wings, the Millennium Falcon, Lightsabers, and more.

And at least one pair has a special feature: The R2-D2 cufflinks can appropriately be used to transfer documents (or perhaps the location of the Rebel base) via a 4GB USB drive.  How cool is that?

You can check out some of the available Star Wars cufflinks via the above gallery, or visit Cufflinks.com.

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