spy gadgets

A selection of spy gadgets that have not appeared in Bond movies or novels, but 007 wishes he had them!

spy gadgets


Meet Rovio, the modern version of the "Snooper", the remote controlled surveillance machine from Q that can be seen in the Bond movie A View To A Kill.


Channel your inner spy with the James Bond 007 VAIO notebook PC and leather carrying case. In celebration of the James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, Sony is commemorating this special occasion with this limited VAIO TT notebook with engraved 007 Gun Logo.


Traditionally the tiny MINOX spy camera stands for a unique and entirely different form of photography, and so does the brand new Digital SpyCam. It can be whipped out of a pocket at any time to capture high quality fleeting candid images inconspicuously: one click and it's gone. SpyCam users suddenly become "Agent M" with their own personal "License to Shoot".


Classic meets digital: Minox has equipped this miniaturized Leica M3 classic camera of the fifties with a digital interior.


The JB1 Digital Spy Camera uses "ST Micro Technology" to capture highly detailed images with incredibly small file sizes. After all, you can't imagine James Bond stopping in the middle of a mission to insert another memory card, can you?


Obtain secret information in seconds with the Limited Edition 007 Quantum of Solace 16GB Micro Vault Click USB flash drive.


UPDATE 2012: If you are looking for the Aston Martin DB5 1/8 scale magazine model from 2012-2013, click here.


There are no mysteries to picking locks. Anyone with patience, determination, and a knowledge of the mechanics of locks, can be successful in the Art of Lock Picking. The only Secret to this success is study, then practice, practice, practice.


Watch maker Swatch released a collection of watches in 2008, drawing inspiration from 22 James Bond villains. The watches are each designed to reflect the personality and style of one or more evil characters from some of the most well-known James Bond films.