Watch This Supercut of Every Single James Bond Gadget Ever

With the release of the new Bond movie, SPECTRE, there’s been an uptick in all things 007, with particular attention being paid to the tricksy gadgets he’s had up his sleeve more than 26 films and two dozen novels and short stories. For the dedicated Bondian, there are exhaustive lists, online stores and even interactive real-world spy games.




For the more casual and level-headed among us, one kind YouTube genius has made a supercut of every single Bond gadget revealed in the movie series. Clocking in at a little under 17 minutes, it shouldn’t be surprising that so much time was devoted to these devices and doo-hickeys, but some of the more, er, idiosyncratic Bond gadgets may need to be seen again to be believed. We can all get behind the stupidity of an invisible car, but we may have forgotten the radioactive pocket fluff. Enjoy it in full below.

Check out the trailer for Spectre below and for more info about the film take a look at the eBuzz review here.

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