LIVE & LET DIE
Making a solitary appearance in Live and Let Die, 007 takes a .44 Magnum into the fields of St. Monique to save Solitaire from ritual sacrifice at the hands of the evil Dr. Kananga. A 6-shot revolver, the magnum packs considerably more punch than Bond's smaller, concealable handguns. As Dirty Harry said, it's
"the most powerful handgun in the world".
with an incredibly powerful electro-magnet which could 'deflect the path of a
bullet', Bond's Rolex featured prominently in Live and Let Die. The watch also
had a serrated face which rotated at high speed to turn it into an incredibly
useful cutting device, which allowed
Bond save both himself and Solitaire being fed to a pool full of hungry sharks.
Agent 007's hairbrush conceals a small transmitter which he uses to communicate with Quarrel Jr by Morse code. The device also features a bug detector which allows Bond to scan his hotel room for listening devices.
Genuine Felix Lighter
In one scene, Bond is in CIA agent Strutter's car and is able to communicate with Felix Leiter via a small transmitter concealed in the vehicles cigarette lighter - hence Bond's unpardonable pun,
'A GENUINE FELIX LIGHTER!'