The Time Machine From Back To The Future : The vote is unanimous on this one – Doc Brown's cult classic DeLorean has to be among the handiest sci-fi gadgets ever invented. The nifty flux capacitator makes time travel not only possible, but easy. What wouldn't we give to have this baby sitting in our garage and skip all the bad parts of life, like Mondays
Transformers : Ok. Lets face it. We've all wanted a bright yellow Chevrolet Camaro that can “transform” into your personal robot. Autobot or Decepticon, who doesn't need a two in one gadget that can handle both travel and trouble?
All Those Cool Robots : What would Sci-Fi be without Star Trek's Data who is, quite simply the smartest Android ever built? Or super-droids C3PO and R2D2 from Star Wars? Or even permaglum Marvin with a brain the size of a planet from The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy? With these guys around, life's as easy as ABC
Lightsaber From Star Wars : A Si-Fi gadgets list is incomplete without the legendary weapon of all time – the Lightsaber. Made of pure energy, this sword is what the Jedis and the Sith use to channel the force. A toy version of the Lightsaber was used by Sheldon Cooper to protect himself in an episode of the Big Bang Theory
Teleporter From Star Trek : Space travel is a doddle when you've got teleporter beams that transport you instantly to wherever you want to go. As used by Captain Kirk and the crew of USS Enterprise, teleporters take the trouble out travel. Why has nobody invented one in real life yet? No more endless traffic jams, breathing in diesel fumes with the taxi meter running – beam us up, Scotty
Iron Man's Suit : Tony Stark's given his original suit from the Sixties a modern makeover. These days, it's not made of iron any longer and is snazzily coloured red and gold. What makes this suit so cool? It can fly (duh!), is controlled by a wise-cracking computer called Jarvis, and has all the firepower possible. Goodbye Whiplash, Titanium Man and Radioactive Man. Plus, who doesn't want to be Robert Downey Jr., secretly?
Contact Lenses From I-Spy : These lenses rigged with camera and microphone help Eddie Murphy give Owen Wilson seduction lessons on date night. It worked for the Shanghai Knight and what's to stop it working for every lonely heart in the real world? No more bad romances
The Neuralyzer From Men In Black : The memory wipe device makes it possible for Agents J and K to keep the presence of aliens on Earth secret from the population at large. Especially useful for husbands/boyfriends in the doghouse. That time you forgot her birthday? Whip out the Neuralyzer
Touch Screen From Minority Report : Tom Cruise wasn't the only thing cool about Minority Report. This computer with it's interactive touch screen was made in gadget heaven. Could this be the future of Microsoft's Kinect?
Cerebro From X-MEN : Spanish for brain and Russian for silver, Cerebro is the machine used by Professor Xavier to find mutants. Developed with mutant scientist Dr Hank McCoy and frenemy Magneto, Cerebro is a powerful tool in the hands of a telepath. Just be glad your mother doesn't have one
Remote Control From Click : Ah. If only we could pause, fast forward or slow down time. Wouldn't that be a lot of fun? Skip work every day with a click of the remote control; slow down those special moments with that special someone, change the language you speak in or even your skin tone. That what Adam Sandler does with a remote that controls life in Click
Chitti From Robot : I-Robot + Super Man + Nano technology + the awesomeness of Rajinikanth = Chitti. Smarter than a 1000 men and multilingual, Chitti is not a robot to be crossed. He also has an army at his disposal and with their help he takes on many forms including a giant bowling ball with guns, a snake or even a tower
G.One's Suit From Ra.One : SRK again! Later this year, the Badshah of Bollywood will suit up as a superhero in a costume that cost a crore to build. Some cool effects such as rays emitting out of the outfit have been added. From the trailer of the films it looks like the outfit gives SRK super strength and the ability to fly. G.One vs Iron Man, anyone?
Invisibility Bracelet From Mr. India : The Hobbit had an invisibility ring, Harry Potter has an invisibility cloak, and Mr India has an invisibility bracelet. But unlike the others, Mr. India's invisibility bracelet has a weakness. When exposed to red light the bracelet cannot keep you invisible. The island of Mogambo where the final showdown takes place is an inspiration from the James Bond film Dr. No
X-ray Goggles & Magnetic Boot From Badshah : The techiest Bollywood star uses the techiest gadgets in his films. The goggles will help you see through anything (Yes. Anything. Naughty) and the boots will help you walk vertically up walls. No more waiting in elevator queues
Dr Evil's Cryogenic Freezing Machine : Austin Powers' archnemesis, Dr Evil, repeatedly evades capture by freezing himself in a space rocket shaped like a Big Boy, forcing the International Man Of Mystery to also have himself put into cryostasis. They spend a few decades frozen in time, to be revived in the ‘90s
Proton Pack from Ghostbusters : If there's something strange in your neighborhood, who ya gonna call? That's easy – Ghostbusters, armed with the proton pack to hunt down and get rid of any otherworldy plasma manifestations that might be lurking around the house
Point Of View Gun From The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy : The point of view gun does precisely what its name suggests - if you point it at someone and pull the trigger, they instantly see things from your point of view. Could this be the answer to a woman's prayer – a way to get your husband/boyfriend to see your point of view, minus the argument?
Put Outer From Harry Potter : It might be magical but we think the Put Outer could well be a real life gadget, given time. It's pretty much a remote control the size of a cigarette lighter that switches off lights. Neat and effective. Wands not required
The Fortune Telling Machine From Krrish : The future gazing machine from Krish is a straight up rip off of the one from Paycheck. But the reason Krish is on this list instead of Paycheck is that it is the only Bollywood flick not to ruin the Sci-Fi experience with cheap thrills and horrible VFX. Besides, for the ladies, it has heart throb Hrithik Roshan in a tight black costume flying across the screen