Sonogram Photo Cufflinks for the dapper dad-to-be

As the name suggests, the cufflinks feature ready-to-wear images of your budding bundle.

Sonogram Photo Cufflinks
Look, he has his mother's nose! CuffLinks.com

Alas, we didn't spot the Sonogram Photo Cufflinks in time for Father's Day. But they'd still make a great little gift for proud pops-to-be, no matter the occasion.

As the name suggests, the cufflinks feature ready-to-wear images of your budding bundle. Sure, you could carry those early pictures in your wallet, but the cuffs make the shots readily viewable every time you shake someone's hand or gaze down at your wrists (which will likely be often).

The cuffs go for $65 a pair, and take about three weeks to arrive. You can send in a different photo for each cufflink--a nice option for those expecting twins or wanting a different view of the little one on each wrist.

My co-worker Steve, a new(ish) dad, said he'd like the Sonogram Photo Cufflinks even better if they featured a live feed of baby in utero. Maybe next Father's Day.

(Via InventorSpot)

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