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The Spy Who Loved Me Gadgets
Lethal Hover Tea Tray
Fortunately, the Egyptian government have allowed the Russian and British secret services to set up camp in the Abu Simbel Temple, one of their most ancient monuments.
Q Branch has even set up shop, and the first device featured is a tea tray that flies along a row of house bricks before decapitating an unsuspecting prop dummy.
It may have looked a bit silly then but you wouldn’t fancy being a guest at Ahmed’s tea party, which is where Q said he wanted it ready by.
Afternoon Tea Experience Comparison
It is a bit of a colonial cliche, British people don't really 'take afternoon tea' and when they did it was only a certain class of people and it hasn't occurred for decades.
However, that hasn't prevented enterprising experience companies and hotels from offering a retro experience.
Teapots & Cups
Tea making facilities generally come in the kettle, cup and saucer variety. It is possible that some of these stores keep some stock of hover board style decapitating trays, but they are presumably only recommended for when the vicar comes around for tea. Or not.