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The Lazenby Era Gadgets were a banker robbers galore! From a safe-cracker to compact two way, you'll find them all here.

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Radioactive Lint: (featured in On Her Majesty's Secret Service)

Q claims this lint can track someone with it on their clothing. M wishes they could use it on Bond.

Radioactive Lint


Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine: (featured in On Her Majesty's Secret Service)

Bond uses the Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine to copy documents from Blofeld's lawyer. The documents indicate that Blofeld is attempting to establish himself as a legitimate count, Comte Balthazar de Bleuchamp. Based on these documents, Bond decides to disguise himself as Sir Hillary Bray, a geneologist at the College of Arms. Bond uses this disguise to gain access to Blofeld's allergy clinic at Piz Gloria, Switzerland. This is where Blofeld has developed Virus Omega, a biological agent that causes infertility.

Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine
Safe-Cracker/Copy Machine

Two-way Radio Compact: (featured in On Her Majesty's Secret Service)

This two-way radio hidden inside a woman's compact is used by Blofeld to communicate with his brainwashed clinic patients. Blofeld plans to use the compacts to tell the patients to release Virus Omega on the world.

Two-way Radio Compact Two-way Radio Compact

Blofeld's Hidden Map/Sliding Shelf: (featured in On Her Majesty's Secret Service)

One of the shelves at Piz Gloria slides electronically to reveal a world map displaying the locations that Blofeld's patients will be at when he orders them to release the virus.

Sliding Shelf
Sliding Shelf
Sliding Shelf
Sliding Shelf

Micro Camera: (featured in On Her Majesty's Secret Service)


Definitely micro in the 60's, Bond uses this camera to take pictures of the location markers on the map. The camera produces images of the patients that will be at that location. Bond takes a picture with it by sliding the camera shut, over the sight.

Camera
Camera
Picture of Blofeld Patient from Map
Picture of Patient from Map
Picture of Patient from Map
Picture of Blofeld Patient from Map
Picture of Blofeld Patient from Map





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