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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


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The ATAC system prop seen in For Your Eyes Only (1981) was built using a Philips PTS 6271 Keyboard Numeric.


In the movie Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Charles Gray) has a Philips N2205 tape recorder on his desk in his office on the oil rig. The N2205 is used when Blofeld listens to a Philips C90 tape with the World's Greatest Marches, with James Bond (Sean Connery) standing at his desk.


Milos Columbo (Chaim Topol), Bond's ally in For Your Eyes Only (1981), uses a Philips LFH 195 Pocket Memo voice recorder to secretly record a conversation between James Bond (Roger Moore) and Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover).


Milos Columbo (Chaim Topol) uses a Philips LFH 320 dictaphone in For Your Eyes Only (1981).


James Bond (Roger Moore) uses a Philips 660 Voice Recorder in the movie A View To A Kill (1985).


In A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond and Pola Ivanova listen to a Philips UF-I 90 cassette tape on a Philips D8734 Boombox stereo system or ghettoblaster in the Nippon Relaxation Spa in San Francisco.


In the movie The Living Daylights (1987), Soviet assassin Necros (played by Andreas Wisniewski) impersonates a jogger and a Unigate Dairies milkman to infiltrate Bladen's safe house. He is wearing a Philips D6645 Skyrunner walkman, and uses it as a weapon, strangling his victims with the headphones cord.


In the movie The Living Daylights (1987), James Bond listens to a Philips DC954 car radio that has been modified by Q to receive police scanner frequencies.


Arms trader Brad Whitaker (played by Joe Don Baker) is using a Philips AV5600 Remote Control in The Living Daylights (1987).

We first see Whitaker use the remote control when he shows General Pushkin (John Rhys-Davies) the weapons in the drawers under his military display case.


In one of the first shots of the film No Time To Die, we get a close-up shot of a Bang & Olufsen BeoSound CD Player.

The cd player is playing music in the Norwegian house of Madeleine Swann's mother in the first scene of the film.

In the pre-title sequence of the James Bond film Moonraker (1979), we can spot a Weltron 2001 8-Track player.

The radio is located in the small airplane from Apollo Airways in which James Bond is travelling. When the pilot and stewardess reveal themselves to be bad, we can see the round Weltron radio next to the door that leads to the cockpit.


James Bond (Daniel Craig) has a Tivoli Model One Radio in his Jamaican house in No Time To Die. (2021) and it can also be seen in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022) which also stars Daniel Craig.


The Solex Agitator is a small but very powerful device, used in the movie The Man With The Golden Gun (1974). In the film, the Solex Agitator is a device which can harness solar energy, created by British scientist Gibson as a solution to the global energy crisis.


A Clevo laptop, model P151SM1, is used by Q (Ben Whishaw) in SPECTRE (2015). The laptop is dressed with stickers and tape to refect Q’s character. Q uses this Clevo computer in his underground London lab and takes it to Sölden, Austria where he uses it to discover the link between Mr. White and the Spectre organisation.


Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) uses a Sony ICD-SX1000 16GB Voice Recorder in the movie SPECTRE (2015).

Swann is talking into the recorder when James Bond (Daniel Craig) enters her office at the Hoffler Klinik.

Sony ICD-SX1000 16GB is a High Definition professional voice recorder with 16GB built in flash storage and two slots for optional M2 or MicroSD cards.


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