At the start of A View To A Kill in Siberia, James Bond uses this tracker to search for a microchip that is resistant to electromagnetic pulses. Hidden amongst 003's body, Bond manages to home in on the chip.
After Bond arrives at Zorin's château, he escorted to his room by Jenny Flex, with Sir Godfrey Tibbett bringing up the rear carrying the luggage. Once they are left alone, Tibbett uses this bug detector disguised as a shaver to scour the room. Eventually Tibbett finds a bug hidden within the lamp on the bedside table. Bond then places a mini tape recorder next to the lamp and plays the pre-recorded tape fooling Scarpine for a number of hours.
This small transmitter was small enough to fit into a jockey's whip or a cane. Bond and Tibbett realise the reason why Zorin has been managing to win all his races recently after they investigate Zorin's underground laboratory. Bond tells Tibbett that when the transmitter is activated in Zorin's cane it sends a signal to an implanted syringe in Pegasus. This injects undetectable normal horse steroids allowing Pegasus to overcome fatigue and win the race.
Bond uses these sunglasses during Zorin's after-sales party where he uses the glasses to see through Zorin's tinted office window. He spots Zorin giving Stacey Sutton a cheque and decides to investigate.
After Bond gains entry to Zorin's office he finds his chequebook locked in a draw. Bond finds Zorin's cheque stubs empty so by placing the copier over the chequebook he is able to get an imprint of Zorin's previous cheque. Bond is able to identify the woman he saw arriving in the helicopter as Stacey Sutton (only known as S Sutton at this time), with a cheque value of $5 million US dollars.
After the sales at Zorin's château, Bond joins Zorin's party where he makes small talk with of number of Zorin's guests. At the opportune moment, he uses the ring to slyly take their picture. Bond meets with CIA agent Chuck Lee later in the film where Lee shows Bond the photographs and information about the people in question.
After Bond spends the night with May Day, he is invited to Zorin's office in the morning. Under the guise of finding Bond (in his alias) the perfect horse to buy, Zorin attempts to establish Bond's true identity. Using a secret camera hidden behind a piece of one-way glass Zorin takes a photo of Bond. With little searching the computer reveals his suspect's name - James Bond 007, armed and extremely dangerous; a point that Zorin finds laughable.
Bond uses this lock pick to gain entry to Stacey Suttons house. Bond slides the card up to the lock on the window and after a couple of seconds the window is unlocked.
This unusual device is introduced early in the film when Bond receives his briefing from M. This remotely controlled robot uses video cameras (as eyes) and microphones to survey locations that are inaccessible to humans, or to operate stealth (!) surveillance missions. Snooper is only used at the end of the film where Q explores Stacey Suttons house looking for Bond, controlling Snooper from a van outside. Q finds Bond and Stacey having a shower and informs M that he is “just cleaning up a few details”.