Security Watch

Security Watch


Security Watch used by General Leonid Pushkin

Owned by the KGB

Featured in The Living Daylights (1987)


When General Leonid Pushkin is held at gunpoint by Bond, Pushkin presses a button on his watch, activating a silent alarm. This notifies his bodyguard outside that he is trouble. However Bond notices this and tells Pushkin's mistress to strip. As the bodyguard enters the room he is distracted for a second by Pushkin's mistress, topless, giving Bond the few seconds he needs to take him out. §


Security Watch

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