Omega is best known for their watches and watchmaking, but they also produce other products, including cufflinks. Given the slight relation to watches, I thought they merited a quick review.
The cufflinks, although they appear black in the some of the pictures, are actually navy blue. However, depending on the lighting conditions, they can transition from a lighter blue, all the way to black. Their outer packaging is a white cardboard box, which is basically a smaller version of Omega's watch boxes. Opening the box reveals a smaller box. Upon opening the smaller box, you are greeted with your cufflinks, which are well-secured. The box is actually rather well-made, and has metal hinges in the back. You can find the images in the gallery at the bottom of this blog post (if you would like to view them larger).
The cufflinks themselves are, similar to Omega's watches, are well-made. This however, also comes with a high price (in terms of cufflinks). This pair retails for $315. The only complaint I have about them is the edge on the only moving piece (the one which holds the cufflinks in the hole, the opposite end of the top of them). While I do not know the name, the piece has a rather sharp edge (on the top of said piece, directly above the small Omega logo -- see picture). Seeing as this sharp edge is consistent on both cufflinks, I don't believe I got a lemon.
I hope you enjoyed this mini-review. More pictures are below. Also, I'm in the process of writing the Omega Planet Ocean review now, so don't fear, it is on it's way.
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