25 best movie gadgets

Top tech that has yet to escape the confines of the silver screen – hurry up, inventors, we want our Hoverboard

Magnetic watch (Live and Let Die, 1973)

James Bond’s Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner couldn’t just be a normal watch, could it? Q Branch fitted this timepiece with a fast-spinning bezel (able to cut through ropes and cable with ease), as well as a powerful magnet. Roger Moore’s 007, in typical style, eschewed the magnet’s intended use as a bullet-deflector to instead unzip a lady’s dress hands-free. Oh James…

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