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Gadgets in Peirce Brosnan Bond Movie

Gadgets in Peirce Brosnan Bond Movie

Piton Laser GunPiton Laser Gun - GoldenEye (1995) Piton Laser Gun This piton gun was a more advanced version of the piton gun used in Diamonds Are Forever. After Bond performs his impressive bungee jump off a Russian dam, he fires the piton gun that anchors him into the rock, to enable him to pull himself into the building below. He then uses the laser feature to burn a hole through the buildings vent.
AlpineIn 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.
Parker Jotter 1Golden Eye was a space based weapons system. The system included an elaborate three part safeguard designed to protect the weapon from unauthorized use. 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.
Code Breaking DeviceBond and Alec Trevelyan use this device in the Arkangel chemical facility. After placing it on a combination lock, it quickly runs through all the possible combinations to find the right sequence in seconds, giving them access.
GoldenEyeThese two Goldeneye satellites contain a nuclear warhead in each. The idea was that setting off a nuclear blast in the upper atmosphere would create a electromagnetic pulse. This would render all electronic devices useless within a 30-mile radius.
Rappelling BeltQ demonstrates to Bond that this belt contained a length of ultra thin strong wire under the buckle. This could be fired out and had been tested to support the weight of one person. Bond uses the belt in the middle of the film when he is trying to escape the Russian archives with Natalya Simonova.
Remote Operated Mineond attaches these mines to a number of barrels of flammable liquid in Alec Trevelyan's base at the end of the film. When Bond is captured, he has the remote operated mine armed with the button on his Omega watch.
Video Camera UplinkVideo Camera Uplink - GoldenEye (1995) Video Camera Uplink This small video camera records and transmits live video feed that is sent back to MI6 headquarters. Bond uses this at the start of the film to record what is going on at the arms bazaar.
Omega SeamasterIn Goldeneye Bond uses the powerful laser built into the case of the Omega Seamaster to cut through the floor on Alec Trevelyan's armour train when he is trapped with Natalya Simonova.
In Tomorrow Never Dies Bond picks up an 'improved' model whilst in Wai Lin's 'office'. Later whilst on board Elliot Carver's stealth ship, he removes a detonator from the watch and secures it to a jar with a primed grenade inside, which is then hidden amongst some flammable containers. In The World Is Not Enough the Omega features a bright blue night-light handy for seeing in dark places, such as when Bond uses it whilst contained within theinflatable jacket with Elektra King. In Die Another Day Q presents Bond with his twentieth watch. At the start of the film Bond takes out a detonator pin from the side of the watch which he puts into a block of C4 explosive hidden underneath a tray of diamonds.When he is about to be executed by Colonel Moon's men, Bond twists the bevel of his watch to activate the explosives.
Gold Lighter 1In the pre-title sequence of Tomorrow Never Dies James Bond uses a gold Dunhill lighter. The lighter looks and works like an normal Dunhill Unique Sports lighter, but is modified by Q to work as a grenade.
GPS Encoder This top-secret GPS encoder sends navigational directions to GPS satellites orbiting the Earth and in turn relays navigational instructions to ships. WhenElliot Carver acquires one of these devices he uses it to send the HMS Devonshire into Chinese territorial waters in a bid to start a war.
Wrist PitonWhilst in Elliot Carver's HQ, Wai Lin uses this simple device. After meeting Bondin the secret top-floor office, and setting off the alarm, she escapes by using this gadget. She simply fires the piton that attaches itself to the wall, allowing her to walk vertically down it.
Ericsson Mobile PhoneThe phone featured a scanner that could be used to read fingerprints. Bond uses this handy feature when he breaks into Henry Gupta's safe in Hamburg. Secondly, perhaps the most interesting feature is the ability to control Bond's BMW 750iL from the phone! He uses this feature to great effect during the car chase in a multi-storey car park.
Thunderball breatherAs 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’sThunderball, and then revisited in a revised form in 2002’s Die Another Day.
Combat KnifeContained with Bond's surfboard, he pushes this knife into the ground and constructs a small satellite GPS transmitter. This sends out a signal which sends the incoming helicopter with diamond dealer Van Bierk offcourse, and straight to Bond's location.
SurfboardBond surfs his way onto a beach in North Korea undetected using this board. Once at the desired location, he removes a panel out of the board to reveal C4 explosives, a mini computer, combat knife and various other pieces of equipment kept watertight
Sonic AgitatorBond is given a demonstration of this sonic ring in Q's lab. Q tells him that a sheet of unbreakable bulletproof glass is shattered when the ring is twisted, sending out an extremely high frequency. Bond uses the ring twice in Die Another Day.
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After undergoing gene therapy treatment, Gustav Graves suffers with permanent insomnia. In order to keep himself from going insane due to lack of sleep, he uses this machine.
Rope DescenderAfter gaining access to Gustav Graves' diamond mine dome in Iceland, Jinx attaches this descender to the roof. Using a rope she then descends to the ground safely.
Icarus SatelliteGustav Graves invites a large number of guests to attend his presentation of Icarus at his ice palace in Iceland. He presents the Icarus satellite as a 'second sun', providing warmth to the coldest places on Earth, and allowing crops to grow all year round in sunlight.
Lapel TransmitterElektra King switches Sir Robert King's normal lapel pin with this version containing a transmitter. When King gets with a certain distance of the stolen money it sets off an explosive charge contained within the money, killing King, and causing a considerable amount of damage inside MI6.
Money BombThese piles of notes were actually a clever bomb. The money was dipped in urea, a source of nitrogen in fertilisers. In one of the £50 notes, the anti-counterfeiting strip had been replaced by magnesium which acted as a detonator
X-Ray GlassesQ's lab, Bond tries on a pair of glasses that give him X-Ray vision. This allows him to notice how many people are carrying guns when he walks intoValentin Zukovsky's casino later in the film. The glasses also have an extra benefit however, allowing the user to see through clothes.
Visa Card Lock PickBond uses this Visa card to gain entry into Elektra King's office in Baku. After pulling back half of the card to reveal a lock pick, he gains entry to the office to see if Elektra's files contain any useful information.
High Tech Palm TopDr Christmas Jones uses this high tech palm top in an effort to diffuse the nuclear bomb travelling through Elektra King's pipeline. Although Christmas tells Bond that the bomb is not a nuclear one, he tells her to leave it, thus allowing Elektra to think they are dead.
Night Vision Digital MonocularIn 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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