007 Concealed Blade Briefcase Doesn’t Give You a License to Kill
August 23rd, 2013
When you are a secret spy working for British intelligence, your people come up with all kinds of cool gadgets for you to kill or maim. And if you need to protect some documents, and 007’s concealed blade briefcase is the perfect thing.
Bond’s briefcase (shown above) hid a razor sharp blade for protecting the goods (and himself). Now you can own a perfect replica of the stylish and elegant briefcase used by Sean Connery in the classic 007 movie “From Russia with Love.”
Keep in mind that the replica case doesn’t actually come with the pop-out knife, though its makers at Swaine Adeney Brigg state:
The case has no pockets in the lid, so is an open box inside. We will supply you with an exact replica of James Bond’s case that we made for the Bond movie; any modifications you choose to make are down to your own imagination.
Most of our customers ask for a pocket here, a strap there. But we can, of course, accommodate more unusual requests from agents in the field. Often, just a small twist on a classic design can turn your attaché case into a real talking point.
(Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.)
It’s the perfect place for all of your valuables. Unfortunately, this perfect replica will cost you £1675.00 (~$2,600 USD) making this one expensive briefcase. Spy stuff doesn’t come cheap.
[via This Is Why I'm Broke]