Grooms. Men. Gifts.

Personalized Secret Agent Hidden Message Cufflinks

Product # GC800

$44.95

Free Personalization: These unique cufflinks unscrew to reveal a hidden message. We’ll engrave with three initials for no extra cost!

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Product Description

James Bond and Jason Bourne would love our Personalized Secret Agent Cufflinks! The unique set comes in a handsome gift box and includes a secret compartment that you can unscrew and hide a personal note in. This is the perfect bride to groom gift or an ideal thank you present for the groomsmen.

  • Each cufflink measures 3/4" x 7/8" x 3/4".
  • Crafted from silver-coated brass.
  • Gift boxed in a padded, black coffin-style case.

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Since 2008, we’ve been the go-to site for personalized, unique groomsmen gifts and wedding tips for men. We’re also proud to be the original groom’s gift registry.

I reached out to The Man Registry on a Saturday, just 7 days before my wedding, asking for help with my groomsmen gifts. I heard back within an hour and was able to get 8 personalized coolers in just 3 days. Ordering was easy and the quality was top notch. Would highly recommend The Man Registry!

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