This one needs no introduction the Top Ten Bond Gadgets as chosen by Heather.
10. Bag Pipe Flamethrower (World Is Not Enough)
Though these bagpipes modified by Q to include a machine gun AND a set of flamethrowers it never made it outside of Q’s infamous lab. Nonetheless they were the most intimidating thing to influence from Scotland since Mel Gibson in Braveheart.
9. Detonite (License To Kill)
Plastic explosives disguised as toothpaste, cleverly called “Dentonite”. Bond uses it to blow up a window in Sanchez’s room so he can get a shot with his sniper rifle. Smartly disguised as something simple, a trademark Bond gadget.
8. Pen Grenade (Goldeneye)
This simple pen is a Class 4 Grenade. Three clicks arms it, and three more clicks disarms it, with a three second fuse. Q demonstrates this to Bond on “Fred”, one of the mannequins in his lab. Boris eventually provides a helpful escape at a most pivotal moment in Brosnan’s first Bond movie.
7. Trick Suitcase (From Russia With Love)
A classic Bond weapon disguised as something a gentleman would carry whilst conducting his daily business.The attache case contains two rods of ammunition hidden the bottom and a throwing knife hidden in the side. Inside the case is a three-piece sniper rifle. Also, a can of talcum powder with a tear gas cartridge inside it is placed inside and will explode in the person’s face should the case be opened improperly, but will not explode if opened correctly.
6. Alligator Boat (Octopussy)
One of the more amusing and less than dignified modes of transportation that Bond had to endure was the Alligator boat. Bond rides inside this fake alligator in order to get to Octopussy’s island of ladies without being detected.
5. Bonds Rolex (Live And Let Die)
Provided by Q-Branch this Rolex had two optional extras. Firstly at click of a button the watch turned into a highly intense electro-magnet. This could deflect the path of a bullet at long range, but more importantly could attract metal objects to the watch.
4. Little Nellie (You Only Live Twice)
This heavily armed, one-man autogyro was used by Bond when he was scanning the mountains for any trace of Blofeld’s hideout. Features: missiles, machine guns, flame-throwers and air-dropped mines.
3. Omega Laser Watch (Goldeneye)
Bond uses his multi-purpose Omega Seamaster throughout Goldeneye. Firstly, he uses its powerful laser built into the case to cut through the floor on Alec’s Missile Train when he is trapped with Natalya.
2. Jet Pack (Thunderball)
Though it seems more suited to a Buck Rogers serial, the jet-pack was developed in the early 60′s for short rocket-boosted flights of up to 60 seconds.
1. Remote Control for BMW (Tomorrow Never Dies)
Yes the BMW was a vehicle and will undoubtedly star on someone elses Bond car list, but the car itself isn’t what made this list, what really mattered was the fact that you could drive it around with a remote control. It doesn’t get any smoother or more Bond than a remote control for your very, very suave BMW.