Radenso Pro SE Display Colors

The Radenso Pro SE is available with different color displays. The Radenso Pro is available only with a yellow display, but the Radenso Pro SE is available in Red, Yellow, & Blue. Here’s a look at all 3 display colors side by side so you can see which one looks best to you.

Update: Oct 2017: The Radenso Pro and Radenso Pro SE have been discontinued and are no longer available. They’re still being updated and supported, but they’ve been replaced by the Radenso Pro M which is available with just the red display.

Radenso Pro SE Display Colors

Radenso Pro SE Display Colors

Personally I prefer the red. I think it looks best and I like that red doesn’t impact your night vision as much. It’s one reason why most detectors have a red display. Additionally, my car’s interior is red so it matches it nicely. 🙂

Purchase the red RPSE here or here.

(Note: If purchasing from Amazon, only purchase through Radenso Radar. Scammers sometimes set up fake accounts and pretend to offer RPSE’s at unrealistically low prices.)

If you’d like a yellow or blue RPSE, you can pick those up from Radenso’s website here. (Edit: No longer available.)

If you’d like the yellow Radenso Pro, you can pick one up here.

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    • Russ on January 22, 2019 at 2:51 pm
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    Thanks for all your hard work and information. I see the engineer from Uniden is going to Radenso. What are your feelings on purchasing the Radenso Pro SE (I can get one for about $250) vs. the R1? I am curious which would be better? I feel that possibly with the lifetime upgrades from Radenso, with the old Uniden engineer going with them, that support/upgrades may be better than Uniden?? I live in Ann Arbor, MI with the “Big 3” being here GM products are all over the place with their BSM. I would like something that rejects those. I know the SE is supposed to be better, but/or has Uniden made any strides with their BSM filtering?
    Thank you, Russ Deaton.

    1. So the guy isn’t an engineer. He was the director of product development. I’m going to have some more info about this available shortly. In any event, I wouldn’t recommend an RPSE nowadays. It’s been discontinued and replaced by the Pro M which has better BSM filter than the RPSE.

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