THUNDERBALL director Terence Young was eager to keep 007’s gadgetry based in reality. Some gadgets proved so believable they they even fooled military experts. After the film opened the Royal Navy called to enquire about Bond’s mini-rebreather, only to be told it wasn’t actually a real device.
This phone saves Bond’s life a number of times in Hamburg. The phone’s features include a 20,000 volt stun gun, fingerprint scanner and an electric lock-pick. When opened the phone’s touchpad and LCD screen can be used to remotely drive Bond’s BMW 750iL.
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