James Bond - Solex Agitator Limited Edition Prop Replica
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“I’ve been dreaming about a Solex Agitator. Ever heard of one?” James Bond
The Solex Agitator is a key component of Francisco Scaramanga’s solar energy device, a central plot element in 1974’s The Man With The Golden Gun.
The original prop was created using a variety of found-components, encased in acrylic to create the distinctive central core.
The Factory Entertainment team were able to carefully study a surviving original prop in the EON Productions Archive.
The original prop was painstakingly copied. Many of the elements in the core are obsolete vintage electrical and computing components, each of which was carefully modeled by our digital artists.
The frame is machined aluminum, the core components have been recreated in resin and have been embedded into clear acrylic, exactly like the original prop. Each replica is presented in a wooden display box and includes a COA (certificate of authenticity) booklet and an individually numbered metal plaque bearing the unique edition number of each piece. The edition size for this replica is 1,000 pieces.