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You need this, obviously. (And the jewelry box of useful-looking other stuff.)
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Does it apply a polymer that protects you from the dose that sedates your victim? Unknown.
Hopefully it tells time as well as being...
Mostly holds perfume; can be pressed into use as a fire extinguisher.
Has both sentimental and investigative value. Can be used on grocery trucks, watches and armpits.
Ow, ow, ow. It doesn't seem to erase memory a la "Men in Black," it just painfully blinds and disorients your target.
Jarvis' walkie-talkie is actually smaller than some '80s phones.
This was one of Howard Stark's too-dangerous-to-use inventions, not standard Peggy kit.
A typewriter communicator receiving via a talcum powder-razor antenna.
Yeah, not sure what's going on there.
It's pretty cool, but they're still not Peggy.
Better lighting, still mysterious.
Not sure who supplied the gizmo, but Jarvis bluffed through it beautifully.
Howard Stark's camera pen doesn't excite Peggy the way he expects it to, but she does use it.
As the lady says, "I want that!"