Types of Cufflinks
Cufflinks come in many shapes and sizes, and they don’t work in exactly the same way, but they all serve the same purpose: to keep your shirt cuffs from fluttering in the wind.
What are the different types of cufflinks?
Ball Return Cufflinks
Chain Link Cufflinks
Bullet Back Cufflinks
Fixed Back Cufflinks
Whale Back Cufflinks
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What is the standard size of cufflinks?
Most of the cufflinks we carry measure 1-2 cm (3/8-13/16 inch). There is no standard size for cufflinks. That’s because each design is unique. We consider the designer’s personal preference and your brand’s style to be more important than standard sizes.
What are the different types of cufflinks you offer?
We support a variety of custom cufflink backs, the following are the most common fixtures for our custom cufflinks.
Torpedo and bullet shaped backs are frequently used by our customers. Torpedo and bullet shaped backs are very simple to use, they utilize a simple rotation mechanism. Simply flip the buckle vertically 90 degrees into the post and slide it through the cuff. After passing through the cuff again, the back clasp is finally flipped 90 degrees to secure it in place.
Whale back snaps lock back snaps similarly in that they are first placed flat on a straight post and then inserted into the cuff. The tail is then flipped back to secure the cufflinks. Unique designs and your brand logo can be added to these back snaps, making them a popular choice for personalizing luxury cufflink brands.
Fixed back clasps usually have a curved post and act as a solid structure because the back clasp will not move. Inserting the cuff can be difficult as there are no parts to move, but it allows us to add unique designs and brand logos to the backing. The fixed back closure can also be designed to be reversible, leaving you with a variety of wearing options.
Chains are the classic cufflink backing. A small chain connects the two sides of the cufflinks, leaving the wearer with a variety of options as to which side to display. This style may require a little more effort to wear (similar to a fixed back button), but they are more suitable for wearing on loose cuffed shirts.