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Brosnan's gadgetry was more of the style type - the see through shades (literally!), the pen grenade, and Platunium edition Visa Card Lock Pick to name a few examples.


Missile-Launching Leg Cast: (featured in GoldenEye)

A leg cast that fires a missile. Q demonstrates this to Bond in his lab, though Bond never uses it in the field.

Missile Launching leg cast
Missile Launching Leg Cast
Missile Launching Leg Cast Missile launching leg cast
Missile Launching Leg Cast Missile Launching Leg Cast
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Repelling Cable Belt: (featured in GoldenEye)

An ordinary leather belt with a 75 foot repelling cable that shoots out from the buckle. Bond uses it during his fight in St. Petersburg and swings from one ledge to another to escape.

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Airbag Telephone Booth: (featured in GoldenEye)

While Q describes the repelling cable belt to Bond, the telephone booth with an airbag inside is being tested behind them. When a person walks into the booth and takes the phone off the receiver, a large airbag deploys, trapping the victim against the booth's wall.

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Silver Platter X-ray Document Scanner: (featured in GoldenEye)

A silver platter scans a document that is placed on it. The image is displayed on a monitor next to it. Q demonstrates it to Bond with his plane ticket to St. Petersburg. It scans through the envelope and displays pictures of his ticket.

Silver Platter X-ray Document Scanner X-ray Document Scanner
X-ray Document Scanner X-ray document scanner


Pen Grenade: (featured in GoldenEye)

This simple pen is a Class 4 Grenade. Three clicks arms it, and three more clicks disarms it, with a three second fuse. Q demonstrates this to Bond on "Fred", one of the mannequins in his lab. Bond - "They always said the pen was mightier than the sword." Q - "Thanks to me, they were right." When Bond is searched for weapons later in the film, the pen is taken from him. Boris unknowingly sets it off, creating a diversion for Bond and Natalya.

Pen Grenade Pen Grenade
Pen Grenade Pen Grenade

Bracelet Grappling Hook: (featured in Tomorrow Never Dies)


This wrist-mounted grappling hook is used by Chinese agent Wai Lin in Carver's newspaper factory. The hook and cord are shot out of the bracelet, which looks like a snake, and she then attaches the other end of the cord to herself.

Wai Lin grappling hook
Wai Lin's Grapping Hook
Wai Lin's grappling hook
Wai Lin's grappling hook
Wai Lin's grappling hook
Wai Lin's grappling hook


Earring Lock Pick: (featured in Tomorrow Never Dies)


Wai Lin's earring doubles as a lock pick. Both Bond and Lin use it to get out of handcuffs.

Wai Lin's earring lock pick
Wai Lin earring lock pick


Hidden Computer, Weapons, Storage, etc.: (featured in Tomorrow Never Dies)


The bicycle shop is actually a hidden base for the Chinese People's External-Security Force. One wall slide up to reveal a wall of computers. Another slides out to reveal weapons.

Hidden computer, weapons, etc.
Hidden computer weapons etc
Hidden computer, weapons etc
Hidden computer, weapons etc
Hidden computer weapons etc
Hidden computer weapons etc
Hidden computer weapons etc
hidden computer weapons etc

Hidden computer weapons etc


Fire-Breathing Dragon Head: (featured in Tomorrow Never Dies)


In the Chinese Secret Service base is a dragon bust that emits fire when weight is put on it.

Fire Breathing Dragon Head
Fire Breathing Dragon Head
Fire Breathing Dragon Head
Fire Breathing Dragon Head


Cord-Shooting Fan: (featured in Tomorrow Never Dies)


Also in the Chinese base is a fan that shoots several cords at an enemy and restrains him.

Cord Shooting Fan
Cord Shooting Fan
Cord Shooting Fan
Cord Shooting Fan


Seat-Propelling Carriage: (featured in Tomorrow Never Dies)


Also in the Chinese Secret Service base is a carriage that launches its seat when a button is pressed. Wai Lin uses it on one of the enemies in the bicycle shop.

Seat Propelling Carriage
Seat Propelling Carriage

Gun Bomb: (featured in The World is not Enough)


This gun isn't a gun at all. It's actually a bomb and it's triggered when Bond presses a button on his glasses.

Gun Bomb
Gun Bomb glasses
Gun Bomb glasses
gun bomb
Gun Bomb exploding
Gun Bomb exploding


King's Pin/Bomb-Trigger: (featured in The World is not Enough)


King's real pin was switched out with this one that doubles as a trigger to the bomb in the suitcase of money. We he is in range, it sets off the bomb, killing him inside MI6 Headquarters.

King's Pin
king's pin
Money explodes
Money explodes

Flamethrower/Gun Bagpipes: (featured in The World is not Enough)


These bagpipes, being developed in Q's lab in the MI6 base in Scotland, are also a flamethrower/gun in disguise.

Flamethrower bagpipes
Flamethrower Bagpipes
Bagpipes
Flamethrower Bagpipes
Flamethrower Bagpipes



Q's Pool Table: (featured in The World is not Enough)


Located in Q's lab in the MI6 base in Scotland, this pool table divides itself and moves (along with the floor) to reveal Bond's new car, along with R, Q's assistant.

Pool Table
Pool Table
Pool Table
Pool Table


Snow Bubble Coat: (featured in The World is not Enough)

This coat was designed by Q to act as a safety device in case Bond ever got caught in an avalanche. R demonstrates it for Bond in Q's lab at the MI6 base in Scotland. When Bond pulls the cord on the front of the coat, he is surrounded by an inflatable bubble designed to give him time to dig out of the snow. Sure enough, when checking the oil survey lines with Elektra King in Azerbaijan, they're caught in an avalanche caused by exploding parahawks.

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Snow Bubble Coat
snow bubble coat
Snow Bubble
Snow bubble

X-ray Glasses: (featured in The World is not Enough)


Bond uses these glasses to see any weapons Valentin Zukovsky's men are carrying at the casino, as well as taking a look at the girls.

X-ray Glasses
X-ray Glasses
X-ray Glasses
X-ray Glasses


Credit Card Lock Pick: (featured in The World is not Enough)


Bond uses this to break into Davidov's office.

Credit Card Lock Pick
Credit Card Lock Pick


Cane Gun: (featured in The World is not Enough)


Valentin Zukovsky's cane is also a gun in disguise. This walking sitck proves essential to Bond's life.

Cane
Cane
Cane
Cane


Surf Board: (featured in Die Another Day)

Bond, and two other agents, first use the board as means of transportation to get to the coast of North Korea.

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Once ashore, the board is revealed to have a concealed storage compartment that slides open when the center tailfin is turned. Inside are two sticks of C4, which Bond later puts in the briefcase under the diamonds with his watch pin stuck into them. He triggers the explosives with his watch. There is also a gun and a knife that doubles as a beacon, when he twists it, that brings the helicopter to them. And there are a couple other things that Bond doesn't use.

Surf Board Gadget
Surf boad compartment
Surf Board compartment
Surf Board Gadget
Surf Board knife
Surf Board Knife Beacon
Surf Board Knife Beacon
Surf Board Knife Beacon
C4 in Suitcase



Simulation Glasses: (featured in Die Another Day)


Q developed these glasses to simulate a certain event or situation for the person wearing them. The person stands on a platform and wears the glasses, both interacting to cause the simulation. In the real world the person is moving only on the platform but sees and experiences what they see through the lenses. Bond uses them to simulate a training excerise. Moneypenny uses them to simulate Bond seducing her.

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Simulation Platform


Glass-Shattering Ring: (featured in Die Another Day)

Officially called a Ultra-High-Frequency Single-Digit Sonic-Agitator Unit, Q gives Bond this ring which can shatter any kind of unbreakable glass (bulletproof, shatterproof, or otherwise). The ring is activated when it is twisted and then held up to the glass to break it. The ring is first seen in action when Q demonstrates its use to Bond. Bond uses it twice on the Die Another Day mission. He uses it on the glass floor to escape Graves and Miranda Frost and to break through his car's windshield to get to Jinx.

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Q Demonstrates Ring
Q twists ring Q holds ring up to glass
Glass Shatters Glass Shatters
Glass Shatters Glass Shattering Ring
Re-Breather: (featured in Die Another Day)


This device allows Bond to breathe underwater for short lengths of time.

Re-Breather
Re-Breather
Re-Breather
Re-Breather



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