Tomorrow Never Dies Gadgets
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The afore-mentioned remote control, with which 007 could drive his BMW, but that’s not all...
It doubled as a fingerprint scanner, with which Bond is able to open secure doors.
It trebled as a 20,000 security system, which operated much like a high voltage electrocution prodder.
It quadrupled as a lock pick disguised as the phone’s aerial.
Bond uses it to demonstrate to Q how to drive a remote control car, and viewers get to cheer loudly as Q says, “Grow up, 007”.
On the subject of Fingerprints...
Although reviews are mixed, these two kits below are great stocking filer ideas for inquisitive minds.
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