You have seen the belt (http://www.instructables.com/id/Cat5-belt/ ), the bolo (http://www.instructables.com/id/Techie-bolo/), and now it is time for the cufflinks. I could not find the traditional cuff link locks at a local store so, I improvised with what was available. I thought I had the perfect size chips, but some were too way big or way too small.What I am using is probably a bit big, but easier to see for demonstration purposes.

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Step 1: Whats needed

4 - Buttons reasonable for the size of the sleeve holes,
2 - Computer chips or other electronics (lead free) that are a bit bigger than the buttons.
Thread or wire to hold two buttons at a time together.
Shirt to wear them on.
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