Bond surfs his way onto a beach in North Korea undetected using this board. Once at the desired location he removes a panel out of the board to reveal C4 explosives, a mini computer, combat knife and various other pieces of equipment kept watertight.
Contained with Bond's surfboard, Bond pushes this knife into the ground and constructs a small satellite GPS transmitter. This sends the incoming helicopter containing diamonds off course arriving at Bonds position. This allows him to hijack the helicopter and its contents to take him to Colonel Moon's base.
James Bonds 20th watch is presented to him by Q. In Die Another Day Bond's Omega watch once again features a laser. Bond uses his laser to cut a hole in a sheet of ice, so he can travel underwater using his Underwater Breather to gain entry to Gustav Graves' compound.
The Omega watch also contained a small detonator pin concealed as part of the watch, that Bond uses to place into the C4 explosives hidden underneath the diamonds. When Bond is about to be executed by Colonel Moon's men, Bond twists the bevel of his watch to activate the explosives. The explosion sends diamonds flying out in all directions, giving Zao his diamond scared face.
Whilst in Colonel Moon's base, Moon demonstrates to Bond his new depleted uranium gun by blowing up Bond's entry helicopter, after learning of his secret identity. Moon also uses the gun when Bond initially starts to chase Moon in a hovercraft.
After killing the doctor at the gene therapy clinic in Cuba, Jinx takes out her mobile phone and some C4 explosive. The mobile is attached to the explosives and a countdown on the phone is started.
For the 20th James Bond film Q works in a secret London underground abandoned tube station near Vauxhall Cross. After his virtual reality training mission, Bond walks through various rooms where the 'old relics' of gadgets gone by are stored. Bond picks up a number of old gadgets, including the old Attaché Briefcase and Poison Spike Shoe appearing in From Russia With Love and the Bell Textron Jet Pack from Thunderball. Other gadgets from the films are seen hanging on the walls or leaning against the walls.
Bond is given a demonstration of this sonic ring in his lab. Q tells Bond that a sheet of unbreakable bulletproof glass is shattered when the ring is twisted, sending out an extremely high frequency. Bond uses the ring twice in Die Another Day. Firstly to escape from being held at gunpoint by Miranda Frost, as the glass floor they are standing on shatters when Bond uses the ring. Finally, Bond uses the ring to break the glass of his Aston Martin to save Jinx's life.
After undergoing the gene therapy treatment, Gustav Graves suffers with permanent insomnia. In order to keep himself from going insane due to lack of sleep, he uses this machine. Graves tells Zao that a couple of hours on the dream machine keeps him sane.
Gustav Graves invites a large number of guests to attend his presentation of Icarus at his ice palace in Iceland. Graves presents the Icarus satellite as a 'second sun' providing warmth to the coldest places on Earth and allowing crops to grow all year round in sunlight. However, the satellites main function is using the suns energy to power a powerful laser. Graves uses the laser to try and carve a safe passage from North Korea to the South through a large mine field making way for an invasion. During the presentation Graves uses a suitcase-like device to control Icarus.
After gaining access to Graves' diamond mine dome, Jinx attaches this descender to the roof. Using a rope she then descends to the ground safely.
Not seen since its predecessor in Thunderball, Bond uses this small compact device to able him to breath underwater whilst he infiltrates Gustav Graves' diamond mine by swimming underneath a block of ice and surfacing within his compound.
Originally controlled by a device resembling a suitcase, Graves orders Vlad to create a suit that can be used to control Icarus instead. When Graves boards the Antonov, Vlad presents him with the suit capable of communicating with Icarus and also pulsating a 100,000-volt current around the suit. Bond is caught up in the electrical current when he battles Graves later in the film, and its the electrical current that sends Graves flying into the Antonov's engines after hanging onto the outside. Luckily once Icarus has lost communication with the suit, the laser stops just in time.