ARMREVOLUTION, a company whose stunning cuff links I had originally written about when they first launched is now offering the ultimate in valentine's gifts for men. Not only will they receive a pair of some of the most beautifully designed modern cuff links but they will be delivered by one hell of a hottie.
For this 2010 valentine's Day, ARMREVOLUTION will be offering personal hand-delivery by one of the ARMREVOLUTION Girls who stars in the first film from the brand, which is shown below:
As with the company’s “by appointment” service, this exclusive service will only be offered in London or New York, and the price is £10,000/ US$15,000. which includes any of the designs of the Perpetual Series collection in stainless steel including a travel wallet and a black acrylic magnetized gift box.
“Obviously this is not for everybody and £10,000 is outrageously expensive but when you see the film you will understand!” says Anthony Hayward, Founder of ARMREVOLUTION. “For a less extravagant way to deliver the ultimate cuff link gift you can simply order using Fedex or DHL for worldwide delivery. Also, our luxury cuff link prices start at an affordable £245”.
The Perpetual Series collection:
Their new 18k white gold and 18k yellow gold versions:
The promotion arrives soon after ARMREVOLUTION launched its bespoke service which provides the opportunity to purchase made-to-order white and yellow gold cufflinks for two of the most iconic patent-pending designs of the brand: #5 and #10. Their bespoke cufflinks are hand-made and highly personalized with engraved initials alongside the London Hallmark.
above: The engraving is done by their craftsmen in the heart of the City of London. Up to 4 UPPER or lower case letters can be engraved. After careful engraving the products are hand polished and checked before shipping. The process takes 10 days at a cost of £65. (optional)
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