The Compowder is a WOOHP gadget that is shaped as a compact mirror. It serves as a mobile phone to Jerry, and also does analysis. From Season 3, it is renamed the X-Powder and given additional abilities such as changing the spies' clothing and projecting their appearance as a hologram.
At the start of Season 3, it was renamed the X-Powder. It also has the new ability of allowing the girls to instantly change their outfits from their Catsuits to any disguise appear. It can also change the appearance of vehicles.
The X-Powders were updated once again at the start of Season 6, going back to the original name of Compowder. New features include DNA recognition, hands-free capability (which literally allows the compowder to levitate), multiple data window projection function; and a "shiny skin protector", which detects when the user's face gets extra sweaty.
- Accessing computer systems
- Bloodhound ("Little Dude")
- Change the appearance of clothing and vehicles ("Forward to the Past")
- Cooling Fan/Hair Dryer ("Pageant Problems")
- Digital camera
- Fingerprint scanner ("Model Citizens")
- Flashlight/Torch (“So Totally Versailles!”)
- Homing/Tracking device ("Game Girls")
- Global Positioning System ("Miss Spirit Fingers (Jazz Hands Return - Part 2)")
- Interfacing with other gadgets ("Child's Play", "Dental? More Like Mental", "Evil Heiress Much?", "The Show Must Go On... Or Else", "Vide-o-no!")
- Laser ("The Dream Teens")
- Medical analysis ("The Elevator", "Head Shrinker Much?")
- Mobile phone
- Monitoring the user's bio-signs ("Evil Roommate")
- Music player ("Evil Jerry")
- Recording images ("WOOHPersize Me!")
- Satellite dish ("Man or Machine")
- Teleportation ("Child's Play")
- Video player
- Voice analysis ("Alex Quits")
- Alex has broken her compowder/X-Powder in the series.
- In "Totally Spies! The Movie", the gadget is called the compowder but utilizes the X-Powder design and functions.
- Jerry carries a wallet version of this gadget (since a gadget designed as a makeup compact would obviously be way too feminine for a man). In "Mommies Dearest" he learned it had call waiting.