These are Batman’s best gadgets ever

Posted July 23, 2012 by Stuff Staff in Features

Bat-Shark Repellant Spray

Batman (1966)
Batman has something for every situation – and we mean every situation. During the 1960s live action series the cape crusader found himself in a spot of trouble with a shark, albeit not a very realistic one. Luckily, he had enough shark repellant left to fend off the fishy attacker. In quintessential Batman fashion, the shark – totally unnecessarily – explodes.


Batman (1989)
Of all the various depictions of the Batmobile, Tim Burton really nailed the design with this Corvette-styled classic. It was packed with modern gadgetry – voice control, ceramic fractal armour, grappling hooks, Batdisc ejectors, oil-slick dispensers and smoke emitters – and while we never saw the stereo, we’re pretty sure there must have been a Prince CD spinning away within.

Bat Pod

The Dark Knight (2008)
Your over-the-top military-funded Bat-tank has failed you? No worries, take this oversized monster of a motorbike instead. A Harley on steroids, the Bat Pod is an agile replacement for that beastly Batmobile with better maneouvrability, speed and downright coolness. The attached machine-guns make mincemeat out of anything that crosses their path, and that grappling hook is a useful tool for flipping large trucks in a manner so spectactular it made our list of 25 best movie stunts.

batman sonar bat suit

Sonar Bat-Suit

Batman Forever (1995)
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An upgrade from the panther-esque number worn at the beginning of the 1995 film, the third act showed the caped crusader donning a more damage-resistant, agile and thankfully nipple-less suit, with the ability to ‘see’ using sonar. Much-like the recent movies the suit has lenses that automatically slide over the cowl’s eye holes allowing Batman to have a sonar-projected image of his surroundings – perfect for bashing enemies in the face in darkness.

The Bat

Dark Knight Rises (2012)
If the buck for Batman’s flying vehicles stops with Christopher Nolan, the Bat is his reply. The military-spec design is nothing less than you’d expect from the labs of Lucius Fox. And yes, Mr Wayne, it does come in black.


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Our crack-team of gadget-loving ninjas scour the interwebs for the hottest gadgets and the coolest kit around. They produce the pages of Stuff Middle East by day, but don internet-friendly masks by night, stealthily hunting the latest gadget news and tech trends.


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