Fans Love These Must-Have James Bond Gadgets

There are those who like to watch James Bond movies, those who love to, and those who are die-hard fans who think just watching the movies is not the full experience. These are the fans that not only have a full collection of the movies but also the James Bond memorabilia.

You Only Live Twice – 1967, Sean Connery
You Only Live Twice – 1967, Sean Connery. Photo By Danjaq/Eon/Ua/Kobal/Shutterstock

James Bond gadgets are a part of the whole experience. So, if you’re looking to add to your gadget collection, check these out.

Attaché Case – From Russia With Love

Bond used a standard-issue Geiger counter in Dr. No, but the black leather attaché case was the first true gadget of the James Bond franchise. Concealed inside the case are 20 rounds of ammo, a knife, and 50 gold sovereigns.

From Russia With Love – 1963, Sean Connery, Desmond Llewelyn
From Russia With Love – 1963, Sean Connery, Desmond Llewelyn. Photo By Danjaq/Eon/Ua/Kobal/Shutterstock

Oh, and there’s also an AR7 folding sniper’s rifle with infra-red sights as well as a tin of talcum powder packed with tear gas. Gadget guru Q calls it “A nasty little Christmas present.”

Aston Martin DB5 – Goldfinger

Sure, it’s technically it’s a vehicle, but it can also be put in the “gadget” category. Some say this silver beast is the greatest gadget of all – basically one big Swiss Army knife of a car.

Goldfinger – 1964, Sean Connery
Goldfinger – 1964, Sean Connery. Photo By Danjaq/Eon/Ua/Kobal/Shutterstock

The passenger ejector seat is a design classic, but there are other road-ruling extras like front-loaded machine guns, tire-slashers, hydraulic rams, revolving license plates, a bulletproof shield, oil jets, and an onboard radar that tracks enemy movements cross-country.

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