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50 Years Of James Bond Gadgets

50 YEARS OF JAMES BOND GADGETS OO7 SEAN CONNERY 1962 - 1967, 1971 ROGER MOORE GEORGE LAZENBY TIMOTHY DALTON 1987 - 1989 PIERCE BROSNAN DANIEL CRAIG 1969 1973 - 1985 1995 - 2002 2006 - present A View to a Kill 1985 Polarising sunglasses: Gave Bond the ability to see clearly through tinted lenses Dr No 1962 Walther PPK: First appearance of Bond's signature firearm The World Is Not Enough 1999 X-Ray glasses: Allowed Bond to check for concealed weapons You Only Live Twice 1967 S Cigarette rocket: A small explosive shell encased in a cigarette Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 Walther P99: Replaces Bond's classic handgun the Walther PPK Thunderball 1965 Mini-rebreather: A small device that can provide an air supply of around 5 minutes Die Another Day 2002 Mini-rebreather: Similar to the device Bond uses in Thunderball A View to a Kill 1985 Ring camera: A micro digital camera mounted inside a silver ring Thunderball 1965 CO Breitling Top Time' Diver Chronometer watch: Had a built-in Geiger Counter Die Another Day 2002 Sonic agitator: A sonic ring that allowed the wearer to shatter glass by placing it against the surface Live And Let Die 1973 Rolex Submariner: Modified wrist watch cantaining a powerful electromagnet. Also featured a rotating saw The Man with the Golden Gun 1974 The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 Ticker-tape watch: Prints out ticker-tape messages from Mi6 Imitation nipple: Used by Bond as part of a disguise Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 Ericsson mobile phone: Modified to include a stun gun, fingerprint reader, mini screwdriver and had the ability to remote control Bond's BMW 750i Moonraker 1979 Seiko Wristwatch: Contained plastic explosive and a remote detonator For Your Eyes Only 1981 Seiko Wristwatch: Built in 2-way radio for communication also received onscreen digital messages Quantum of Solace 2008 Sony Ericsson C902: Has a built in identification imager capable of building a composite facial image of a potential suspect Octopussy 1983 TV wrist watch GoldenEye 1995 Omega Seamaster divers watch: Included laser and remote detonator Octopussy 1983 Fountain pen: Contained acid and bugging receiver GoldenEye 1995 Parker ballpoint pen: Contained a grenade From Russia With Love 1963 Attaché briefcase: Included rifle, throwing knife, tear gas and 50 Gold Sovereigns JAMES BOND'S VEHICLES 00 000 000 boo00 O0 00 Goldfinger 1964 Aston Martin DB5: Includes revolving number plates, spinner hubcaps, ejector seat, rear bullet proof shield, machine guns concealed by headlights, smoke and oil slick sprayers Thunderball 1965 Bell Textron jet pack: Used by Bond to escape villains during the film The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 Lotus Esprit Submarine: Had the capability to transform into a submarine. Also included missiles, underwater mines, oil-slick sprayer, concrete sprayers, harpoons and periscope The Living Daylights 1987 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante: Fitted with bullet proof windows, rocket booster, ice tires, retraceable ski outriggers, guided missiles, hubcap laser and self destruct mechanism Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 BMW 750i: Includes twelve STS missiles mounted under the sunroof, re-inflatable tires, metal tire spikes, remote control drive and tear gas Die Another Day 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish: Fitted with two auto- aiming machine guns, rockets, ejector seat and under-chassis air cannons Press Association Graphic Sources:,, Wikipedia Currys PC World

50 Years Of James Bond Gadgets

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To celebrate 50 years of the 007 movie franchise this infographic looks at Bond's gadgets through the years.


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