The hairbrush transmitter was a generic hairbrush modified by Q Branch to house a compact radio transmitter. The device was used by Roger Moore's James Bond and appeared in EON Productions' 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die.


Part of a shaving and grooming kit provided by Q Branch, the hairbrush's back cover slides off to reveal a microphone/speaker grille, a flip-up antenna, and a key for transmitting messages in morse code. Initially 007 intends to report in via audio, but when he discovers that his hotel room is bugged, he opts instead for morse code.

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