Bond's first Q branch gadget was equipped with a throwing knife, 50 gold sovereigns, 20 rounds of ammunition, an AR7 sniper's rifle and a canister of tear gas which would explode if the case is opened incorrectly.
Another way-ahead-of-it's-time invention seen in From Russia With Love, is a pager. This particular pager simply beeps to inform 007 that he must use his car phone.
Camera Geiger Counter
Another of the many gaqdgets seen in Thunderball. The geiger counter is used to detect radiation, aiding 007's search for two stolen nuclear warheads. It is cleverly disguised as a camera.
A major feature in the underwater battle in Thunderball, this underwater pack has spear guns, a propulsion unit, and a water-resistant, high power flashlight to say the least.
In the event of a debreather not being available, this gadget was to be used for short times only: say five minutes. Bond used it twice in Thunderball: once to escape from the shark tank, then again to finish the final underwater battle.
The Jet Pack
A memorable gadget used by Bond in Thunderball, the jet pack could raise one person as high as 600 feet. It helps Bond to make a quick escape in the opening moments of the film. As in his words, "no well-dressed man should be without one".
An autogyro which could be assembled from four leather cases to become a small, manouverable one-man helicopter. Nellie included two machine guns, two rocket launchers, two fire throwers, aerial mines and a device which created smoke screens.
One of few gadgets seen in On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a portable copier. To find out the whereabouts of Blofeld, 007 uses this machine, which fits neatly in a briefcase, to find a safe combination and then copy documents within.
Voice Algorithm Duplicator
Seen in Diamonds Are Forever, this ingenious device enables your voice to be converted in to another person's! There is a large version which can be connected to a phone as well as a smaller one which can be attached to your voice box.
Compressed Air Bullet
In Live And Let Die the compressed air bullet helps Bond defeat Kananga. It inflates whatever it is shot at. As soon as the seal of the casing is broken the high pressure gas inside is released at an incredibly fast rate.
This suitcase contains a signal sender that was picked up by Quarrel Jr., a bug detector, and even a shaving kit.
Live And Let Die sees one of the best gadget-laden watches for 007 to use. It is equipped with an incredibly powerful electro-magnet which can 'deflect the path of a bullet'. As well as the repel setting which deflects, it can also attract which almost helps 007 when some hungry alligators want him to come to dinner. The magnetic setting is useful to 007 on many occasions. As if that wasn't enough, the watch also comes fitted with a rim which can rotate at high speed, turning it into a miniaturized saw.
At the start of The Spy Who Loved Me, 007 uses this to dispose of some persuers. It is simply a normal-looking Rossignol skipole which has a concealed trigger near the handle. When pressing the trigger, a single .30 calibre bullet is shot out of the pole, which is actually a gun barrel, into an enemy. It has a magazine of four bullets.
Handheld Microfilm Reader
To view some microfilm he retrieved in The Spy Who Loved Me, 007 uses this little gadget supplied by the one and only Q. It is disguised as a cigerette case but after arranging it's components correctly it enables portable viewing of microfilm.
Seiko Detonator Watch
In Moonraker this watch has a pull-out detenation wire as well as a small amount of explosive which can be placed at the end. All of this is concealed in the watch. It tells the time too!
Worn around wrist like a watch and triggered by nerve impulses, the dart gun came with 5 blue-tipped armour piercing darts and 5 red-tipped darts which were cyanide coated.
This pocket sized camera sports the 007 logo and is able to take pictures in dimly lit rooms. In Moonraker, Bond takes photos of the Moonraker Space Shuttle blueprints inside the Venini Glass factory.
One of the most unbelievable Bond gadgets of all time. Q designed this gondola so it could turn itself into a hydrofoil, allowing it to travel on land and water.
This boat is equipped with rockets, jet propulsion, and a hand-glider that can be used in an escape. Bond uses this boat while he is escaping from Jaws. He eventually escapes permanently using the hang glider after he drives his boat off of the Iguaçu Falls.
For Your Eyes Only is where we see the identograph in action. After Bond gave Q an accurate description of Locque, he matched up the face to several secret service files around the world.
Piloted by 007 in the pre-title sequence of Octopussy, Acrostar Mini-Jet is a small, fast and a very nimble plane. It is said that the movie contained more action in its first five minutes than can be found in most feature length films, and Acrostar is definitely the contributor.
In Octopussy the transmitter placed in the Faberge egg doubles up as a microphone which transmits the voices of those within around a metre radius of it, allowing Bond the oppertunity to do a little secret surveillance work.
Seiko Homer Watch
Reprising it's role in Octopussy, the Seiko is used to keep track of a homing device placed in the Faberge egg to find out where it goes.
At Zorin's estate in A View To A Kill, this tiny camera is used to photograph the crowds in case anything suspicious can be retieved from it. The photos it takes are transmitted to MI6 who can then compare the images to files in the MI6 database.
Glare Eliminating Glasses
At Zorin's estate, Bond uses this glare-eliminating glasses to see into the room where Zorin is talking to Stacy Sutton.
Containing some clever audio-actuated modifications, the first bar of "Rule Britannia" would cause the keyfinder to eject stun gas. The ring would explode with Bond's personalised signal -- a wolf whistle. It also comes with skeleton keys attached which could open 90 percent of the locks in the world.
Licence To Kill brought us another fabulous case of goodies. This time, gadgets included an exploding alarm clock, explosive plastique toothpaste which is remotely detonated by a detonator disguised as a packet of cigarettes. A camera is also inside which, when flash is activated, emits a laser. All photos come out in X-ray form.
A sniper's rifle disguised as a camera, the gun also has an ingenious handgrip which can read the palm of the hand holding the gun. Once the signature has been set, it can be only used by it's owner.
This gun aided Bond after his bungee jump by pulling him towards the entrance of the facility and then cutting an entrance open with the laser.
This belt shot a grappling hook as far as 100 feet and could support Bond's weight. He used it to escape from the Russian Hall of Records.
Laser Equipped Omega Watch
This Omega boasts a laser and an explosives activating button for the bombs that 007 purposely plants.
The smart-looking pen is actually a class four grenade, the four second fuse being armed by clicking the button three times in succession. A small gadget which has a devastating effect in GoldenEye.
Ericsson Cell Phone
Delivered to Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies, the phone's most effective feature is that you can use the touchpad to control the BMW by remote. It also has a fingerprint scanner, 20,000 volt shocker, key replicator, and controls for the car's defence system.
Omega Seamaster Watch
Bond's watch is the same that it has been for the past few movies: the Omega Seamaster. However, it has some new tricks in the form of a high-powered flashlight and a grappling gun.
The Q Boat
More a vehicle than a gadget, Q was constructing this boat for his retirement. When Bond needs to persue the Cigar Girl down the Thames, he "borrows" it from Q's lab. Equipped with torpedos, a dive function, jet propulsion, and the ability to travel through city streets, this boat is a must for any vacation.
Not seen since Thunderball, the underwater rebreather makes its reappearance. Bond uses this device when he is infiltrating Gustav Graves' headquarters and fake diamond mine in Die Another Day. To get in, 007 must swim under a sheet of ice and up through an opening inside.
OMEGA Seamaster Professional Chronometer
During the pre-title sequence in Die Another Day, Bond uses a pin found in his watch and sticks in a bundle of explosives in a suitcase full of diamonds. It turned out that the pin was used as a sort of 'detonator pin' and the watch as the detonator itself. Later, Q gives him another watch which has a high-power laser built into it which Bond uses to cut through a sheet of ice in Gustav Grave's headquarters in Iceland.
Q equips Bond with a ring that emits an ultra-high-frequency pulse that can shatter any piece of glass. Bond uses it to escape from Graves in his headquarters and to break the front window of his Aston Martin to save Jinx from drowning.