With all the Web sites and networks and datastreams at the ready to tell us the weather, let's not forget the simplest gadget for finding out how cold it is outside: the thermometer. Of course, it's typically easier to carry a power cell phone, with access to a zillion weather sites, than a thermometer — unless you happen to have a pair of these nifty temperature-reading cufflinks. About 1¼ inches in diameter, the cufflinks should satisfy your love of weather whether you're from the U.S.A. or the metric-loving rest of the world, since one link has a Fahrenheit scale and the other is Celsius. And as a side note, I feel pretty good about putting together a sentence that legitimately puts "whether" right after "weather." Finished in rhodium-plated silver, the cufflinks are available for $165 from — where else? — cufflinks.com.
Thermometer Cufflinks, via Better Living Through Design