10. X-Ray Glasses
Bond’s never had trouble seeing women in states of undress, but these specs from 1999’s The World Is Not Enough can also help ID baddies packing heat.
9. Q-Issue Briefcase
Forty rounds of ammo, a collapsible rifle, a pull-out knife, a tear gas cartridge, and 50 gold coins. What more could a spy on the go need? As witnessed in 1963’s From Russia With Love, not much — just a pretty lady and a good sense of balance.
8. Wallis WA-116 Series 1 Gyroplane
The ”Little Nellie” mini-copter can be packed in a suitcase, and comes armed with machine guns, rockets, flamethrowers, and parachutable mines. Though Bond may have operated under the assumption You Only Live Twice, his foes in the 1967 flick couldn’t take as much for granted.
7. Lotus Esprit
The ”Wet Nellie” is formidable enough on land in 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me, but it’s downright deadly after it morphs into a submarine capable of firing missiles and laying mines.
6. Omega Sea-Master
While Bond’s Rolex Submariner in 1973’s Live and Let Die deflects bullets, his watch in 1995’s GoldenEye features a laser that cuts through steel.
5. Jet Pack
Need to flee a gunfight? Strap on a jet pack, seen in 1965’s Thunderball, developed in real life by Bell Aerospace for the U.S. Army. Unfortunately, flights last just 21 seconds.
4. Dagger Shoe
From Russia With Love‘s Rosa Klebb brandishes a shoe with a retractable stiletto blade and puffer-fish poison to induce death in 12 seconds. Talk about dressed to kill.
3. Oddjob's Bowler Hat
When thrown like a Frisbee, the razor-sharp, steel-brimmed hat of Goldfinger’s Korean manservant can cut through marble — and flesh.
2. Walther PPK
Small, stealthy, but capable of packing a punch, the 7.65mm handgun is Bond’s sidearm of choice. He’s carried it in all but two of his big-screen missions, starting with Dr. No in 1962.
1. Aston Martin DB5
A fusion of form and function that’s as elegant as 007 himself, Bond’s DB5 — which first appeared in 1964’s Goldfinger — is also an arsenal on wheels, outfitted with pop-out machine guns, tire slashers, a bulletproof shield, radar, and an ejector seat. No wonder he drives it in six films.