On screen, the bezel of James Bond's Rolex Submariner Buzzsaw Watch could cut through rope. In real life it doesn't — but that doesn't make it any less desirable. Starting life as a 1972 Submariner reference 5513, the watch was modified by legendary production designer Syd Cain and worn by Roger Moore in the classic 007 film Live and Let Die. Its caseback is signed "Roger Moore 007", and it comes with three black and white stills and various other memorabilia. Sadly, the movement was taken out, so it can't tell time, the bullet-deflecting, dress-removing magnetic field was just a gag, and it's already sold, so unless you have more than $365,000 to pay the current owner, you probably won't be wearing it to this week's wannabe super spy meeting.