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Roger Moore's gadgets, unlike his two other predecessors, had really no overall theme to his gadgets. His gadgets were more themed on each film, and below you'll find the most comprehensive list around.


Dart-Launching Mirror: (featured in Live and Let Die)

Whisper uses these poisoned darts to kill Bond's driver.

Rocket-Launching Mirror
Rocket-Launching Mirror
Rocket-Launcing Mirror
Rocket Launching Mirror


Cigarette Lighter Radio: (featured in Live and Let Die)

Felix contacts Bond with this radio. Bond calls it a "genuine Felix lighter, illuminating !" (Felix's full name is Felix Leiter).

Cigarette Lighter Radio
Cigarette Lighter Radio


Bug Detector: (featured in Live and Let Die)

Bond uses this device to detect any bugs in his room.

Bug Detector



Brush Radio: (featured in Live and Let Die)

When the top of Bond's brush is removed, it is shown to be a radio (is it?).

Brush Radio
Brush Radio
Brush Radio



Opening Vent: (featured in Live and Let Die)

By turning off the hot and cold water, Bond unknowingly opens a vent above the bathtub, releasing a snake into the tub in an attempt to kill him.

Bond turns off the water
Bond turns off the hot water.
Opening vent
Part of the vent opens.
Bond turns off the water
Bond turns off the cold water.
Vent Opening
The rest of the vent opens.
Snake Coming out of the Vent
Snake comes out of the vent.



Concealed Storage on Boat: (featured in Live and Let Die)

In the cabin of Quarrel Jr.'s boat, one of the wall slides away revealing a storage space. The wall moves when the wall hook next to it is pulled or has weight put on it.

Wall Hook opens concealed storage
Wall opens
Wall Opens
Wall Opens


Surveilance Scarecrow: (featured in Live and Let Die)

These scarecrows are placed throughout San Monique. Their eyes are two cameras that provide surveilance and in their mouth is a gun barrel with suppressor. Rosie Carver is killed by one.

Deadly Scarecrow



Flute Radio: (featured in Live and Let Die)

Baron Samedi uses this radio to alert Dr. Kananga of Bond and Solitaire's position.

Baron Samedi plays the flute
Baron Samedi Radio Flute


Wrist Restraint Chair: (featured in Live and Let Die)

"Mr. Big" uses this to restrain Bond.

Wrist Restraint Chair



Fake Nipple: (featured in The Man with the Golden Gun)

The second fake body part Q developed, the first being the fake finger print, Bond uses it to impersonate Scaramanga, who has three real ones.

Fake Nipple



Homing Dress Button: (featured in The Man with the Golden Gun)

The bottom button on Mary Goodnight's blue dress is a homing device. Bond wrongly guessed that one of the buttons was a suicide pill.

Goodnight



Homing Device: (featured in The Man with the Golden Gun)

Mary Goodnight puts this homing device in Scaramanga's car so that Bond can track him to his island.

Homing Device
Homing Device


Jewelry Box Radio: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

This radio is one of Agent XXX's gadgets. It is used to call her in for her next mission.

Jewelry Box Radio
Jewelry Box Radio


Ski Pole Gun: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Bond can shoot the pointed end out of one of his ski poles. The trigger pops out when the pole is twisted.

Rocket Firing Ski Pole
Rocket Firing Ski Pole
Rocket Firing Ski Pole
Ski Pole


Cigarette Case/Lighter Microfilm Reader: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Bond's cigarette case and lighter can be jointly used to produce images of the microfilm so Bond can read it. The cigarette case folds out, the microfilm is attached to the lighter, and the lighter is stuck into the case.

Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader
Cigarette Case/Lighter Chip Reader


Knockout Gas-Emitting Cigarettes: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Anya Amasova uses these cigarettes to knock Bond unconscious. Blowing through the cigarette releases the gas.

Knockout Gas-Emitting Cigarettes
Knockout Gas-Emitting Cigarette
Knockout Gas
Knockout Gas


Decapitating Tea Set: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Q developed this tea set in the MI6 pyramid base in Egypt. The tea set floats, or glides, across a wired counter top, decapitating a mannequin at the end of the counter. The technology appears to be mag-lev (magnetic levitation).

Decapitating Tea set
Decapitating Tea Set
Decaptitating Tea Set
Decapitating Tea Set
Decapitating Tea Set
Decapitating Tea set


Spring-Loaded Ottoman: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Q developed this seat that launches the sitter high in the air in his lab in the pyramid base.

Spring-Loaded Seat
Spring-Loaded Seat
Spring-Loaded Seat
Spring-Loaded Seat


Deadly Hookah: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Being developed in Q's lab in the pyramid base, this will do a lot more than give you cancer.
Deadly Bong
Deadly Bong


Mud-Shooting Exhaust Pipes: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Being developed in the pyramid base, these jets (which will be hidden behind the licence-plate of the Lotus Esprit) shoot out mud. A window is shown being covered by the mud, so they might be used to cover windshields, blinding the driver. This was done to Jaws car while following Bond and Amasova.

Sludge Shooter
Sludge Shooter
Sludge Shooter
Sludge Shooter


Camel Saddle Blade: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Being developed in the pyramid base, is a camel saddle (is it?) that has a blade hidden inside it. The blade comes out the top, killing the person riding the camel.

Unknown Gadget with Knife
Camel Saddle with Blade
Camel Saddle with Blade
Camel Saddle Blade


Cigarette Case Safe Cracker: (featured in Moonraker)

Bond uses this device to crack the safe that's hidden under a clock in Drax's California mansion.

Other gadgets - James Bond



Zippo Lighter Camera: (featured in Moonraker)

Bond uses this mini-camera disguised as a Zippo lighter to take photographs of Drax's plan to build the toxic globes.

Other gadgets - James Bond
Other gadgets - James Bond


Poison Pen: (featured in Moonraker)

Bond takes this CIA-issue pen from Goodhead and uses it to kill a giant Boa in Drax's Brazilian temple base. A needle comes out the tip when the top of the pen is pressed. Poison is released from the needle.

Poison Pen


Dart-Shooting Diary: (featured in Moonraker)

This diary is another of Goodhead's gadgets issued by the CIA. When the diary is pressed upon, a dart shoots out from the spine.

Dart-Shooting Diary
Dart Shot from Diary


Perfume Flame Thrower: (featured in Moonraker)

Another CIA-issued gadget for Goodhead, is perfume that is actually a flame thrower.

Perfume Flame Thrower
Perfume Flame Thrower
Perfume Flame Thrower
Perfume Flame Thrower


Purse Radio: (featured in Moonraker)

This CIA-issue purse is found by Bond in Goodhead's hotel room.

Purse Radio
Purse Radio


Exploding Bolas: (featured in Moonraker)

Being developed by Q at the San Pedro MI6 Branch, these bolas explode when coming in contact with their target.

Exploding Bolas
Exploding Bolas
Exploding Bolas
Exploding Bolas
Exploding Bolas
Exploding Bolas


Blofeld's Control Panel: (featured in For Your Eyes Only)


Attached to Blofeld's wheelchair is a control panel. He uses it to kill the pilot in Bond's helicopter and to remotely control the helicopter. It has monitors mounted on it to see inside the helicopter and Blofeld can communicate with helicopter through one of its speakers.

Blofeld's Control Panel
Electro Shock Headphones
Helicopter Speaker
Blofeld Control Panel
Universal Exports Helicopter
Blofeld


Filing Cabinet Mirror: (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

One of Moneypenny's many filing cabinets contains a hidden mirror and makeup should she need to look her best for Bond.

Filing Cabinet Mirror
Filing Cabinet Mirror
Filing Cabinet Mirror
Filing Cabinet Mirror


Head-Smashing Arm Cast: (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

Being developed in Q's lab at MI6, is an arm cast that does a lot more than mend a broken arm. The wearer is equipped with false cast, being attached to the shoulder. They hold a trigger in their hand that causes the cast to swing violently, killing anyone sitting next to them at arm level. Smithers, Q's assistant, demonstrates the device.

Head-Smashing Arm Cast
Head-Smashing Arm Cast
Smithers with Arm Cast



Deadly Umbrella: (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

When water hits the top of this umbrella, a watering can used in Q's lab for demonstration, though rainfall is the obvious element it was designed for, blades deploy on all sides of the umbrella and the umbrella closes on the victim's neck.

Deadly Umbrella
Deadly Umbrella
Deadly Umbrella
Deadly Umbrella


3D Visual Identigraph: (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

This machine identifies unknown people. Bond describes the person as Q enters the information into a computer. As he does this, the Identigraph produces an image based on the information which Bond looks at and says if it is correct. Once they are satisfied, the machine will print a picture of the person, and uncover the person's name and file with the help of international polices and secret services files, such as Interpol, CIA, Mossad. Bond and Q use it to identify Emile Leopold Locque.

Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's Identograph
Q's identograph


Lamp Tape Recorder: (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

Columbo sets this at Bond's table to listen in on his conversation with Kristatos.

Lamp Tape Recorder
Lamp Tape Recorder
Lamp Tape Recorder Lamp Tape Recorder



JIM suit : (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

First seen in Kristatos' warehouse during Columbo's raid, this atmospheric diving suit can be used for very deep dives of up to 2300 feet (700m) for many hours, and eliminates the majority of physiological dangers associated with deep diving.
As Bond and Melina finally retrieve the ATAC inside the sun ship St George, one of Kristatos' henchmen attacks them, using this suit. He almost kills Melina, crushing her and cutting her oxygen supply, but Bond finally manages to blow him up with the ATAC's emergency exploding charge.

JIMsuit



Briefcase with Secret Compartment: (featured in Octopussy)

When Bond pushes a button in this tricky briefcase a secret compartment is revealed, containing explosives.

Briefcase with secret compartment Briefcase with secret compartment
Briefcase with secret compartment bomb


Horse Trailer: (featured in Octopussy)

Bond stores his Acrostar Jet in this trailor. To avoid suspicion, there is a fake horse's rear end infront the plane to conceal it. When the trailer is opened, the fake rear end lifts out of the way so the jet can exit.

Horse Trailer Horse Trailer


Extending Rope: (featured in Octopussy)

Being developed in Q's lab in India, this pile of rope defies the laws of gravity and takes a person high in the air.

Extending Rope Extending Rope
Extending Rope


Swinging Door of Spikes: (featured in Octopussy)

Also being developed in Q's India lab, is a door with spikes on it that swings foward and hits the person standing there when the knocker is pulled and put back down. Smithers, Q's assistant, uses a stick and string to pull the knocker so as to not get hit by the door.

Swinging Door of Spikes Swinging Door of Spikes
Swinging Door of Swinging Door of Spikes
Swinging Door of Spikes Swinging Door of Spikes


Homing Device/Microphone: (featured in Octopussy)

Q conceals this extremely tiny homing device that doubles as a microphone in a replica of the Faberge Egg.

Homing Device/Microphone Faberge Egg



Acid Fountain Pen: (featured in Octopussy)

When the top of this fountain pen is twisted, and a "highly concentrated mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acid" pours out. It can dissolve all metals.

Acid Fountain Pen Acid Fountain Pen
Acid Fountain Pen


Fountain Pen Earpiece: (featured in Octopussy)

The top of the acid fountain pen can be taken off and used as an earpiece to listen in on the microphone hidden in the Faberge Egg. It is compatible with the "standard-issue radio directional finder" in Bond's wristwatch.

Fountain Pen Earpiece
Earpiece to Watch


Buzzsaw Yo-yo: (featured in Octopussy)

A gadget used by assassins hired to kill Bond, is buzzsaw attached to a cable that retracts the saw up and down, like a yo-yo. Vijay is killed by the device.

Buzzsaw Yo-yo Buzzsaw Yo-yo
Buzzsaw Yo-yo Buzzsaw Yo-yo
Buzzsaw Yo-yo


Bug-Detecting Electric Shaver: (featured in A View to a Kill)

Bond and Tibbett use this electric shaver to detect any bugs in their room.

Bug-Detecting Electric Shaver



Glare-Removing Glasses: (featured in A View to a Kill)

These sunglasses can remove the glare from windows. Bond uses them to see Zorin and Stacey Sutton clearly through a window. To use them, Bond moves to pegs on each lense frame. The closer he moves them to his nose, the more reduced the glare is.

Glare-Removing Glasses Glare-Removing Glasses
Glare-Removing Glasses Window
Glare-Removing Glasses Window


Check "Copier": (featured in A View to a Kill)


Whenever a person writes on a pad of paper (like a book of checks), the pen puts enough pressure that a small indentation of whatever they wrote on the paper will appear on the paper, or check, below it. Bond uses his device to put pressure, and ink, on the indentation and "fills in" in the indentation with ink, making a copy of the check.

Check Copier Check Copier
Check Copier Check Copier


Window Lock Pick: (featured in A View to a Kill)

Fitting in Bond's wallet is a lock pick specialized for opening windows. Bond uses it to open Stacey Sutton's window.

Window Lock Pick Window Lock Pick


"Snooper" Surveilance Unit: (featured in A View to a Kill)

"Q's pet", this surveilance unit is used to locate Bond after his mission.

Snooper Surveilance Unit Snooper Surveilance Unit







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