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| Magnetic Watch |
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| Laser Omega Seamaster watch |
| Rolex Buzz-saw watch |
Live and Let Die
| Detonator watch|
|Pager Watch: (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)|
This watch acts as a pager letting MI6 or M send messages to Bond. The message is printed out of the watch similar to a lable-maker.
|Explosive Charge Watch: (featured in Moonraker 1979)|
Bond uses this watch to blow up a gate when he and Goodhead are trapped by Drax in the exhaust vent underneath the Moonraker.
|Liquid Crystal TV/Watch: (featured in Octopussy 1983)|
Whatever the camera views appears on monitors, including a miniature one on a Seiko watch.
|Watch Light: (featured in The World is not Enough 1999)|
This one might be a stretch, seeing as how my cell phone puts off about as much light as Bond's watch. Bond uses this when he and Elektra are in his snow bubble coat, trapped under an avalanche.
|Grappling Hook Watch: (featured in The World is not Enough 1999)|
Bond uses this grappling hook concealed within his watch (Omega Seamaster Professional reference number-2531.80) to help him escape the mine where Renard is trying to steal a nuclear missile.
|Red Grant's Fiberwire Watch: (featured in From Russia With Love 1963)|
Not a gadget that Bond uses, it was used by the villain Red Grant to strangle his enemies. In the book the watch is a Rolex, in the movie it is unknown. The watch once again appears in On Her Majesty's Secret Service when Bond (George Lazenby) removes the watch from his desk along with other treasures from previous missions (Honey Rider's knife, Red Grant's Watch, the Thunderball re-breather designed by Q branch.)
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