Gadgets

Q: It's activated by nerve impulses from the wrist muscles.
Bond: Like this? [The dart pierces a painting on M's wall]
M: Oh, thank you, 007!
Q: Be careful, will you? Ten darts: five blue-tipped, five red-tipped - cyanide coating, causing death in thirty seconds.
Bond: Very novel, Q. Must get them in the stores for Christmas."

- from Moonraker, 1979

Gadgets

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James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) uses a Sony Xperia™ T mobile phone in the movie SkyFall. In a bar in Shanghai, Bond receives a text message with Patrice's flight number. The text message, received at 19h55, from an unknown number, reads: "EWA FLIGHT 226 9pm".

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A special silver version of the K800i (also K800 or K790) Cyber-shot camera phone was used by James Bond in Casino Royale

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In the 2008 James Bond movie Quantum of Solace, Daniel Craig uses once again a Sony Ericsson mobile phone, this time a C902 Cyber-shot in Titanium silver edition.

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A Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T50d digital camera is used by Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) in the movie Casino Royale, when arriving on the Spirit yacht in Venice.

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In November 2006, at the same time that Casino Royale was released, Sony launched several Bond branded electronics. A real collector's item is the Sony VGN-TX007C Spy Gear set.

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In November 2006, two limited edition Sony Spy Gear sets were released, to coincide with the movie Casino Royale.

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A Sony Vaio Notebook is used by James Bond in Casino Royale, when he sends his resignation email from his yacht in Venice. In one of the first Casino Royale trailers we can see the laptop fall into the water but this scene didn't make it into the final movie. The laptop used in the film might have been a Vaio SX model, as suggested in the comments below.

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The Seiko 0674 5009 was used by Bond in the 1977 movie The Spy Who Loved Me. 007 receives a ticker-tape message on the watch, telling him to report to Headquarters. Bond wears the same watch throughout the movie, from the first to the last scene.

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The Seiko M354 Memory-Bank Calendar was used by Bond in the 1979 movie Moonraker. The watch is equipped with explosives and a remote detonator, which Bond uses to escape from the Moonraker launch platform.

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The Seiko H357 5040 was used by Bond in the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only. In the movie Bond receives a message on the digital display.

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The Seiko G757 Sports 100 watch is used by Bond (Roger Moore) in Octopussy. The Seiko is equipped with a tracking device to locate the Fabergé egg, and is clearly visible several times in the movie: first in Q's lab (Bond is already wearing the watch before Q explains what it can actually do), and later it is used to track the Fabergé egg.

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In the movie SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) once again wears an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch. Bond wears the watch in the Turkey scenes, together with a grey Tom Ford suit, Tom Ford cufflinks and Crockett & Jones Tetbury shoes.

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In 2012, Omega revealed the Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m SkyFall Limited Edition watch, to celebrate its seventh performance in a supporting role in a Bond film.

In the movie SkyFall, 007 wears an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean and a Seamaster Aqua Terra.

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In SkyFall (2012), James Bond, played by Daniel Craig, wears an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Mid Size Chronometer, reference number 231.10.39.21.03.001. Bond wears the watch with his dark grey suit in the London scenes.

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Omega celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the first James Bond film with the launch of a commemorative limited edition watch, the Omega Seamaster Co-Axial 300M James Bond 007 50th Anniversary, available in two sizes (41mm and 36.25mm).

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During the release of the film Quantum of Solace in 2008, the Omega Seamaster Limited Edition Quantum of Solace was released with a special black bezel, in stead of the traditional blue.

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In the James Bond movie Quantum of Solace, Daniel Craig sports yet another Omega, a Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m Co-Axial Chronometer with a black dial (watch ref. 2201.50.00).

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A Limited Edition version of the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 2201.50.00 watch worn by Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace.

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In Casino Royale Daniel Craig wears an Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Big Size, reference 2900.50.91 with steel case, black dial, black bezel and black rubber strap. Bond prefers his Planet Ocean on outdoor occassions, for example the Madagaskar chase scene at the beginning of the movie.

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The Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean Casino Royale Limited Edition 2907.50.91 is a special version of the Planet Ocean 2900.50.91 that Bond wears in the movie Casino Royale.

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The Omega Seamaster Professional Diver is worn by Daniel Craig in his first Bond movie Casino Royale. He wears the stainless steel 41mm with blue face, blue bezel on a stainless steel bracelet, model 2220.80.00. The watch doesn't have any special Q-features, unlike the Seamaster watches worn by Pierce Brosnan in his movies.

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The Omega Seamaster 300M Chronometer 2226.80 James Bond Limited Series, featuring the classic gun barrel emblem and 007 logo on the second hand, is a special edition of the Seamaster 2220.80 watch worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale.

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The Omega Seamaster Professional has been worn by Pierce Brosnan in all of his James Bond movies.

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In 2002 Omega released their first of a series of commemorative James Bond watches. The Omega Seamaster 300M 2537.80.00 had a dual function – to celebrate the release of Pierce Brosnan’s Die Another Day (2002), and the 40th anniversary of the Bond film series, which started with the release of the movie Dr. No in 1962.

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The Omega Seamaster Professional Diver watch has been worn by Pierce Brosnan in all of his James Bond movies. In GoldenEye, 007 wears an Omega Seamaster 300M Quartz Professional 2541.80.00, stainless steel full size with blue face, blue bezel on a stainless steel bracelet. Bond's colleague, Alec Trevelyan - Agent 006 - wears the same watch but with a black leather strap. 

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In the movie Live and Let Die (1973), James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a very special wristwatch, a Hamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED digital watch.

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Rolex and James Bond have a strong connection. Before Omega started supplying the watches for 007, Bond used a Rolex in several movies: Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, Licence to Kill, The Living Daylights.

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A stainless steel Rolex Chronograph wristwatch, ref. 6238 was used for the movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969).

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James Bond (Sean Connery) wears a modified Breitling Top Time chronograph watch in the movie Thunderball (1965). The Breitling is given to Bond by Q and acts as a geiger counter.

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In the movie Thunderball (1965), two Breitling watches are prominently used. The first Breitling in the film is a Breitling Navitimer, reference 806, which changes hands several times in the film. The watch is originally owned by François Derval, a French NATO pilot deployed to fly aboard an Avro Vulcan loaded with two atomic bombs for a training mission.

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In the 1997 film Tomorrow Never Dies Bond switches from his trusted Walther PPK to the new Walther P99. He will keep this gun in The World Is Not EnoughDie Another Day and Casino Royale.

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The Walther PPK was the weapon of choice for James Bond from the films Dr. No to Tomorrow Never Dies (except Moonraker and Octopussy) and again in Quantum of Solace and SkyFall. The gun is also mentioned in the Ian Fleming novels from Dr. No to The Man with the Golden Gun. It's the only gun / gadget that is used by all the Bond actors.

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In the new 007 novel Carte Blanche, James Bond uses a Walther PPS gun.

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James Bond is famous for using a Walther PPK gun. But in 1983, 007 seems to prefer another model, the Walther P5, in the two rival James Bond movies Octopussy and Never Say Never Again.

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The Walther LP53 is a classic James Bond gun although it never featured in a Bond movie. The gun, with its distinctive long barrel was the weapon of choice for James Bond in many movie posters and promotional photographs.

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In the 1987 film The Living Daylights (starring Timothy Dalton) Bond is paired with a fellow MI6 agent to help aid in the extraction of a Russian KGB general. The Walther WA2000 is used to disable a snipers rifle. Bond is given the option between soft-tipped or steel-tipped (armor piercing) rounds, taking the latter as KGB snipers most normally wear body armor.

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James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses an Anderson Wheeler 500 Nitro Express Double Rifle with box lock in SkyFall. The movie's armourer acquired the rifle from London based gun and rifle maker Anderson Wheeler. The request was for a gentleman’s big game hunting rifle, also known as a 'double rifle'.

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James Bond uses a Heckler & Koch UMP with silencer and a curved magazine in the last scene of Casino Royale.

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More than just a simple novelty in James Bond's arsenal is the ASP, which replaced his famous Walther PPK as his favorite sidearm during the later 1980s novels written by John Gardner and up through the mid 1990s novels GoldenEye and Cold.

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Daniel Craig as James Bond wears suede Vega gun holsters in Casino Royale (2006) and SkyFall (2012).

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The Galco Executive is James Bond's shoulder holster in the movies GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World Is Not Enough.

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In the 1973 movie Live and Let Die (starring Roger Moore), a deck of tarot cards designed by Fergus Hall is used by Bond to seduce the beautiful virgin Solitaire (played by Jane Seymour). After Solitaire predicts 'Death', Bond makes sure that he predicts 'Lovers' by having Solitaire choose a card from a stacked deck of only 'Lovers' cards.

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In the movie SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Phonak Invisity Flex Miniature Receiver earpiece in the Macau Casino. He wears the earpiece in his right ear and uses it to communicate with Eve (Naomie Harris). We can assume that Eve also wears the earpiece although it's not shown in the film.

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A FoneMate SIM Card Managers was used by James Bond in the movie Casino Royale, when he tries to access Molaka's SIM card on M's laptop.

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Q (Desmond Llewelyn) brings a Polaroid Spectra System Camera with deadly laser beam to James Bond (Timothy Dalton) when they are in Isthmus City in the movie Licence To Kill (1989). James Bond never uses the camera, but he and Q almost get fried when CIA agent Pam Bouvier takes a picture of them, accidentally shooting the laser beam.

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The Minox A/IIIs camera is used by George Lazenby in the movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). While destroying Blofeld's lair atop Piz Gloria, he takes pictures of the locations of the girls that are sent out by Blofeld as biological warfare agents.

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In the novel Goldfinger, James Bond uses a Leica M3 to capture the cheating methods of Auric Goldfinger. In the words of Ian Fleming, James Bond "(...) went to his suitcase and extracted an M3 Leica, an MC exposure meter, a K2 filter and a flash holder." (Ian Fleming, Goldfinger, Signet Books, 1959, chapter four, page 29).

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In the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, Pierce Brosnan as Bond uses an MI6 issued digital camera / monocular to take photos of Xenia Onatopp from the Fort Antoine Theatre viewpoint. The device is a Pysis night vision monocular.

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In the 1995 James Bond Film Goldeneye, the Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond featured an Alpine 7817R CD Tuner which acted as a communication device and colour printer/fax.

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In the 1973 movie Live and Let Die, we get a rare tour in James Bond's own apartment. We can see a quite old fashioned interior with one cool gadget: the espresso machine. Bond fixes M a cappuccino, with this very loud machine, while M is talking about the mission. M, after receiving his freshly brewed coffee, comments "Is that all it does?!".

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In Goldeneye (1995) Q-Branch supplies Bond with a Parker Jotter pen that is a C4 grenade: three clicks arms the four-second fuse, another three disarms it.

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James Bond's razor choice in Die Another Day (2002) is a rechargeable Philips Philishave Sensotec HQ8894 shaver. Bond uses the shaver in The Rubyeon Royale Hotel in Hong Kong to shave of the beard he has acquired during his 14-month imprisonment in North-Korea.

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A HP Jornada 430SE palmtop computer is used by Dr. Christmas Jones (Denise Richards) in The World is Not Enough (1999). She uses the device to diagnose a bomb while traveling at 70 mph on an inspection rig in an oil pipeline.

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Famed for the playing card suits stamped on the golf balls, a Penfold ball became the most famous golfing ball in cinematic history when used in the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger. James Bond (Sean Connery) played a Penfold Heart golf ball when defeating Auric Goldfinger in a golf match against the Bond villain.

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One of the few prominent product placements in the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only are the Olin Mark VI skis, that Bond uses in a thrilling downhill winter chase in Cortina, Italy. The skis are first seen mounted on the back of the copper metallic Lotus Esprit.

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In the 1969 movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond (George Lazenby), Tracy, Blofeld and his henchmen all use Kneissl White Star RS skis. The top of the skis is white with the red Kneissl star, and the bottom is painted yellow with a black star.

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The Bombardier Ski-Doo MX Z-REV 800 snowmobile is featured prominently in wintery Icelandic action scenes of Die Another Day. According to the movie's producers, this stock Bombardier model answered the need for "a sophisticated snowmobile with a high-tech edge."

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GoldenEye was a space based weapons system. A key plot device in the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye, the system included an elaborate three part safeguard designed to protect the weapon from unauthorized use. The safeguards included two keys and a third device with a central lens and internal cd-rom that initiated the firing mechanism.

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As a Navy Commander, James Bond is well versed in the sub-aquatic and has used numerous underwater gadgets in his five decades onscreen, two of the most famous being the ‘Breathers’ seen originally in 1965’s Thunderball, and then revisited in a revised form in 2002’s Die Another Day.

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In the movie Goldfinger (1964), James Bond (Sean Connery) receives two transmitting devices, or ‘homers’ as they are referred to on screen, from Q-Branch. Factory Entertainment has created extremely accurate replicas of these devices.

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Cosmed products were selected to outfit the physiology assessment laboratory in the 23rd James Bond film SkyFall. Cosmed products were used on-screen by the MI6 medical staff to assess James Bond’s cardio respiratory performance and fitness level.

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In the movie SkyFall (2012), James Bond (Daniel Craig) uses a pair of green 3M Peltor H61FA British Army earmuffs at the indoor shooting range.

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The prop rockets used on the BMW Z8 in The World Is Not Enough are made from Estes Bull Pup 12D launchable rockets.