James Bond's Walther P99 is modified so that it can create a blinding flash capable of stunning nearby adversaries. Bond activates the flash by pressing a switch that is built into the side of a pair of spectacles. Bond uses the stun gun at the beginning of film when Swiss Bankers carrying guns surround him. The main banker tells Bond that he is outgunned and the odds don't look good. Bond replies, “Maybe you haven't taken into account my hidden assets”, to which he activates the stun flash.
Elektra King switches Sir Robert King's normal lapel pin with this version containing a transmitter. When King gets with a certain distance of the stolen money it sets off an explosive charge contained within the money killing King and causing a considerable amount of damage inside MI6.
James Bond walks past a doorway in the MI6 Scottish Headquarters and sees a person playing the bagpipes. These bagpipes featured a long distance flamethrower and machine gun, created by Q-Branch.
Whilst in Q’s lab, Bond tries on a pair of glasses that give him X-Ray vision allowing him to notice how many people are carrying guns when he walks into Valentin Zukovsky’s casino later in the film. The glasses also have an extra benefit, allowing the user to see through clothes; a delight Bond enjoys noticing women in Zukovsky’s casino carrying guns in their underwear.
This normal looking jacket turned into a protective spherical shell protecting Bond and Elektra when a sudden avalanche overcomes them. Q's assistant R previously sarcastically demonstrates the jacket to Bond whilst he is at the MI6 Scottish Headquarters, leading to Q pulling the inflate button causing much amusement.
Bond’s new Seamaster features a bright blue night-light handy for seeing in dark places that Bond uses whilst contained within the Inflatable Jacket. The second feature of the Seamaster was it's ability to grapple. Bond sends out the grappling hook attaching itself to the ceiling as he springs into action in the chase to catch Renard whilst down the bunker in Kazakhstan.
James Bond uses this Visa card to gain entry into the King office in Baku. After pulling back half of the card to reveal a lock pick, he gains entry to the office to see if Elektra's files contain any useful information.
Dr. Christmas Jones uses this high tech palm top in an effort to diffuse the nuclear bomb travelling through the King pipeline. Although Christmas tells Bond that the bomb is not a nuclear one, he tells her not to diffuse the bomb leading Elektra to think they are dead.
The Bull is seen carrying this briefcase a number of times through The World Is Not Enough. Whilst Bond, Zukovsky and Dr. Christmas Jones are at a surveillance facility The Bull leaves this explosive device behind as he leaves. Bond notices the suspicious package only seconds before it explodes.
This rather nasty contraption is unveiled by Elektra, as she orders her men to secure Bond on it. Keeping Bond in place with leg, arm and a neck brace Elektra winds the handle at the back of the chair slowly proceeding to strangle Bond. Just as Elektra is about to wind the final turn, Valentin appears on the scene saving Bond's life.
Valentin Zukovsky’s walking stick is not purely for decoration. Hidden in the handle is a cocking mechanism and firing trigger turning the stick in a one-shot gun. After choosing wisely, Zukovsky dislodges one of Bond's metal ties rather than killing Elektra, allowing Bond to kill her and stop Renard.