THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS
ordinary looking key ring attachment, Q-branch made some clever audio-actuated
modifications to the Philips keyfinder featured in The Living Daylights. When
armed, the first bar of 'Rule Britannia' would cause the keyfinder to eject a
concentrated stun gas to disorientate an enemy. Bond's keyfinder was also packed
with explosives primed to blow when activated by his personalised signal - a
wolf whistle. Skeleton keys which could open 90% of the world's locks also came
attached to the keyfinder.
Explosive Milk Bottles
Necros' victims don't have a chance to cry over his spilled milk - each bottle contains high explosives. Necros uses them to deadly effect when he impersonates a milkman to gain access to the MI6 safe house to kidnap Koskov.