Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019 Deals on Radar Detectors, Laser Jammers, and Dashcams

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are here! So as always, I’ll be compiling all the very best Black Friday deals on radar detectors, laser jammers, and dash cameras available.

I’m continually updating this post as new deals are announced. 🙂

After Cyber Monday is over, you can always find all the best current discounts and coupon codes on my radar detector and dashcam deals page.

Also, be sure to check out ALL the Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals on Amazon since there’s discounts on way more than just countermeasures. 🙂

Black Friday 2019 Radar Detector Deals

Escort Max 360c for $70 Off

Save $70 on Escort's top of the line Max 360c. It offers arows, bluetooth, WiFi, cloud integration, and autolockouts. The 360c is my favorite Escort windshield mount radar detector. It is compatible with the ZW5 wireless laser shifter.

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Uniden R3 for $120 Off

Save $120 on the Uniden R3. It's the best radar detector under $400 and now you can get it for less than $300.

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Escort Max 360 for $150 Off

Expired: Save $150 on the Escort Max 360. It has arrows, autolockouts, good range, and good BSM filtering. If you don't need the WiFi of the 360c, save the cash and go for the original Max 360.

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$150 Off
Cobra DualPro 360 for $100 Off

Expired: Save $100 on the Cobra DualPro 360. It's essentially a repackaged Escort Max360 with arrows, autolockouts, Bluetooth, and the same BSM filtering.

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Cobra Road Scout for $50 Off

Save $50 on the Cobra Road Scout radar detector dashcam combo unit. The Road Scout has reasonable performance and BSM filtering, plus a 1080p dashcam built in to the unit for one integrated package.

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Radenso XP for $100 Off

The Radenso XP is a great urban detector with few false alerts. If you drive a lot in town, this is a great choice. It doesn't have the range of the R3, but it also falses less too. It's now available for $100 off. (This technically isn't a BF deal either, but with it's great new lower price, it's definitely worth mentioning.)

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Escort Max 360c and M1 Dashcam for $70 Off

Save $70 on the Escort Max 360c radar detector and M1 dashcam bundle.

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$70 Off

Black Friday 2019 Laser Jammer Deals

TMG Triples for $60 Off

Save $60 on a set of TMG Triples. These are good budget laser jammers and for Black Friday, these are the cheapest you'll find them. Use this coupon for free US shipping as well.

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TMG Quads for $130 Off

Save $130 on a set of TMG Quads. These are good budget laser jammers and for Black Friday, these are the cheapest you'll find them. Use this coupon for free US shipping as well.

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Black Friday 2019 Dashcam Deals

Viofo A119 v3 for 23% Off

Expired: The best affordable dashcam on the market is 23% off for Black Friday. It has awesome video quality, great low light performance, it's compact, offers buffered parking recording, and you can now get it for under $100.

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Blackvue DR900S-2CH for $70 Off

Expired: Save $70 on the Blackvue DR900S-2CH premium 4K dashcam. Record both forwards and backwards while driving and while parked.

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Blackvue DR590W-2CH IR for $40 Off

Expired: If you're an Uber, Lyft, or Taxi driver, save $40 on the Blackvue DR590W-2CH IR rideshare dashcam. It features a normal front facing dashcam, as well as second interior facing dashcam with IR LED's to record the inside of your vehicle as well.

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Thinkware M1 Motorsports / Motorcycle Dashcam for $50 Off

If you ride a motorcycle and want a dashcam for your bike, pick up the Thinkware M1 waterproof dashcam. It records 1080p front and rear and is designed specifically for motorsports applications. It's $50 off for Black Friday.

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Blueskysea B2W Dashcam for 30% Off

Expired: If you want a dashcam that has a second camera to record the cabin inside your car, the Blueseasky B2W is available for 30% off for BF. Rideshare and taxi drivers would especially benefit from this style of two channel dashcam.

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5% Off Any Dashcam

BlackboxMyCar is running an early Black Friday special as well for 5% off any dashcam.

Use the coupon code to save 5% off any dashcam like the Viofo A119 v3, Blackvue DR900S-2CH, or Thinkware U1000.

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Samsung 128gb Pro Endurance MicroSD Card for 13% Off

Save 13% on the best dashcam-specific MicroSD card. Don't spend $100+ on a card like this. Instead get high endurance card for $35.

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Samsung 256gb MicroSD Card for 44% Off

Save 44% on the 256gb Samsung Evo Select MicroSD card for your dashcam. I have about 8 of these cards and they all work great in different dashcams.

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Black Friday 2019 Bonus Deals

Blendmount for 15% Off

Click "Show Code" to save 15% off the best upgrade for your radar detector's mount. The Blendmount gives your radar detector a solid and strong mount under your RVM, it looks clean, and you no longer have to worry about suction cups failing or a wobbly radar detector. Plus it's a great solution for states where mounting anything to your windshield is prohibited.

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Bushnell Radar Gun for 13% Off

Save 13% on the best affordable radar gun, the Bushnell Velocity. It's a handheld K band gun that you can use for testing your radar detectors.

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Ring Video Doorbell Pro for 28% Off

Expired: Like a dashcam for your house, this is an awesome video doorbell. I use this one and love it. You get security footage of everyone coming to your house, notifications to your phone, and can see people and packages. For BF you can get it for 28% off and get a free Echo Show 5.

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iOttie Wireless Charging Phone Mount for 30% Off

Expired: Save 30% on the quick release iOttie phone mounts. There's lots of different models. They can attach to your windshield or your dash. I use the wireless charging one and have used different versions for years.

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4K Smart TVs for 47% Off

Expired: Save up to 47% on a 4K TV to watch YouTube videos all about countermeasures. 😉

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    • MP on November 21, 2019 at 5:00 am
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    Sir,any word yet on when the new Rodenzo is supposed to be coming out?

    1. Sometime next year, but that’s all we know.

    • Chris Tunnah on November 25, 2019 at 6:13 pm
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    Hi there,
    Any update on an R7 firmware update including auto-lockout?
    Happy holidays!

    1. Oh man, I wish… Happy Holidays!

    • Chris Tunnah on November 26, 2019 at 11:05 am
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    With the mixed reviews I suppose I can hold off for now until next gen or a super deal. My R3 is doing great. Happy holidays to you and your family as well!

    • Andrew Whisenhunt on November 26, 2019 at 3:18 pm
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    I’ve been on the fence for a while. If you had to choose between the Thinkware U1000 (2 Channel) and the Blackvue DR900s-2CH which would you choose? I really like the face I can use the blendmount with the DR900 and i’m not a big fan of the mounting for the U1000. Also any recommendations on a interior facing camera as well? I’d like to have something that records if i’m pulled over by the police (which happens more than i’d like to admit because I live in a small southern town and I drive a sports car).

    1. The U1000 has much better detail and low light sensitivity, high heat tolerance, as well as the low power / long term parked recording capability. The Blackvue has better cloud support and is a few bucks cheaper. If you want a Blendmount option and interior recording, the best compromise will be the DR900S-2CH IR.

    • Andrew Whisenhunt on November 26, 2019 at 3:19 pm
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    I”m in the same boat. I have a r3 and I love it but I really want the r7 but i’m holding out for the next gen.

    • Chris Tunnah on November 26, 2019 at 6:00 pm
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    Yep. The arrows aren’t enough to justify the upgrade IMHO. Plus much bulkier case, and the leftward display slant is not preferable for my stealthy location in the corner of the dash at the A-pillar. I still have more range than needed.

    I believe if you are spotted with one, the LEO may decide to be privately prejudiced regardless of the law allowing it. They can always find a way to cite someone if they want to bad enough. If you might have gotten by with a warning before they see it, that could easily be the reason they change their mind no matter the reason you were pulled over. I can pull mine down inconspicuously when pulled over.

    • Mike Thomas on November 26, 2019 at 8:01 pm
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    Thought radar detector enthusiasts might like to see this.

    • Andrew Whisenhunt on November 27, 2019 at 5:48 am
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    @Chris I need to find a way to make mine easy to remove. I’m always worried when I get pulled over the police will see me moving around and moving stuff and think i’m hiding drugs or something lol. I have momentary switches i’ve installed my exhaust cutout and sunroof open and close and then latching switches for my fog lights. I’ve thought about installing one for the radar detector but the unit would still be visible. What is needed is a heads up display one. With built in speed and speed limits and all that stuff. My x6 has a hud and I love it. I’d love to build one my self but it’s a little outside my skill set. I could do the programming since i’m a software engineer but the hardware and hud would be to much for me to handle. If anyone is willing to take that up let me know 😉

    @Mike that things belongs in a museum lol.

    • Chris Unnah on November 27, 2019 at 6:36 am
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    @Andrew I was shocked to see many of those old detectors are up for sale right now on eBay. You’re right. That it would only be a collector’s item with X and K-Bands only. I think I had its older brother or cousin at some point. I think it weighed close to 2 lbs..

    With my low-tech setup I can pull it down either by the cord or by picking up the unit. Drop on floorboard and kick it under my seat. Then just unplug the cord and do the same if possible. I have it sitting on one of those sticky pads so it doesn’t move around, but can easily be removed. I also use a black old-school cloth mouse-pad to cover it so no one spots it at a glance in a parking lot. I never store it, as it is not really in plain sight so unlikely to get stolen.

    • Andrew Whisenhunt on November 27, 2019 at 10:04 am
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    Can I add a third channel to have a outward facing rear camera if I get the 2CH IR?

    1. No, the dashcam only supports two channels. If you want a third channel, you’ll need to run an additional standalone camera.

    • Anonymous on November 27, 2019 at 3:44 pm
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    Best radar detector to use in Australia as technically they are “illegal” and I don’t have a massive budget. Options ?

    1. No idea, sorry. You’d need to ask a fellow Aussie. I focus on the US and Canada. Things are very different around the world.

    • Jesse on November 27, 2019 at 8:38 pm
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    For what it’s worth, Best Buy also has the Max 360c for $100 off starting Thanksgiving Day ($549.99)

    • Alan Stearnes on November 28, 2019 at 12:10 am
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    What’s the new year going to bring to Vortexradar? I know your testing and duties at RDF keep you pretty busy, but like all public sites, I’m sure you have some things you want to try. Weekly or monthly interviews with people involved in CM and/or car industry?

    • Harry on November 28, 2019 at 6:11 am
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    I need to buy a new Radar detector I am on the road all day .so R7 or Max360c ?

    1. Do you need maximum range? R7. Do you want a more relaxed plug and play experience? Max360c.The 360c has better filtering and autolockouts, but the R7 has better performance, especially in tougher terrains.

    • Michael Robertson on November 28, 2019 at 6:54 am
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    Uniden R7 Extreme Long Range Radar Detector $375 at Rakuten

    • Harry on November 28, 2019 at 8:54 am
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    I am in New York and New Jersey and all day on the road. so what do you think R7 or Max360c ?

    • Chris on November 28, 2019 at 9:05 am
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    @Michael link? Can’t find it. Maybe they ran out.

    • Chris on November 28, 2019 at 9:27 am
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    Found the Rakuten deal on the R7. Electronics Express is the seller and I have purchased from them several times with no issues.
    Use code THANKS20 on checkout page. Must be logged in to apply code and see the deal.

    1. Thanks for the heads up. I’ll remove it if it no longer works. Edit: Looks like it’s working again? I’m not sure why it’s breaking for people.

    • David Day on November 28, 2019 at 12:26 pm
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    R7 is no isn’t or is no longer $375 at Rakuten

    • Chris on November 28, 2019 at 1:28 pm
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    Deal still lilve!
    Found out my code (THANKS20) was only taking $60 off.

    A better code gets you to $374.99.
    Use XP75T at checkout.

    Make sure you are logged in. Sometimes you may need to log out and log in again, even if it appears you are logged in. Site is acting a little weirdly for me at the moment as it was this way for me. I was getting a 404 error until I re-logged in..

    Instead of using my link from prior comment, you can just do a search for Uniden R7 and select it from there. Price won’t reflect properly until going to checkout and being properly logged in.

    • justin on November 28, 2019 at 1:51 pm
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    just got the R3 on rakuten for $244 with the coupon code THANKS20. Thanks Chris for the code!

    • Mike Thomas on November 28, 2019 at 8:21 pm
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    Going to return my just ordered R3 from Amazon when it arrives ($302) and buy it at Rakuten for $250 using THANKS20. Thanks Chris!

    • Mike Thomas on November 28, 2019 at 9:03 pm
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    Description of the R3 on the Electronic Express website says:
    1) R3 Extreme Long Range Radar Laser Detector
    2) Documentation
    Sure hope the power cord and suction cups are included. I emailed EE and will post answer.

    • Chris on November 28, 2019 at 9:13 pm
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    It will be new, sealed and complete. It comes form Electronics Express. I have bought several from them.

    • Jesse on November 29, 2019 at 6:30 am
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    No discounts for the ALP anywhere?

    1. Nope, ALP never does discounts.

    • Mike Thomas on November 29, 2019 at 6:50 am
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    Thanks again Chris. You have saved me worry and over $50! ???

    1. Is the deal working reliably for you guys now? A number of people complained that it wasn’t working properly.

    • Chris on November 29, 2019 at 7:44 am
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    Still live today with code XP75T at checkout. Scroll down in checkout screen, look on left side to apply code.
    $374.99 plus tax. Limit one per account. Must be logged in. If you get page loading or price issue, just log out then log in again.
    Use the link or search Uniden R7. It is the first result (sold by Electronics Express).

    • Jokubas Dinsmonas on November 29, 2019 at 8:19 am
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    I was going to buy the Radenso pro m but now that the xp is $100 off i dont know what to do. I want to wait and see maybe the pro m will drop in price for the holidays. Do you have any suggestions? I live in chicago suburbs. I travel on highway and city.

    1. The Pro M has longer range, better BSM filtering, it’s more compact, and has MRCD/MRCT support. The XP is a lower price of course so it all comes down to if you want to sacrifice a bit to save some cash. Totally your call. Both detectors are great. 🙂

    • Chris on November 29, 2019 at 8:58 am
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    R7 is currently sold out from Electronics Express. Mine has shipped. Looking forward to a tryout. If it doesn’t work out, I can always flip it. Hope I helped a few here snag one to try. That R3 deal from them was also great (lowest sale price so far).

    • Chris on November 29, 2019 at 10:59 am
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    R7 is back in stock again.

    • Steve on December 3, 2019 at 9:38 am
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    I have an escort IX, is there any reason to upgrade? i was thinking about the R7 as the arrows would be nice but maybe i should wait until the new linux based detector thats coming out 2020?


    • Chris on December 3, 2019 at 9:49 am
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    I imagine your Escort IX falses frequently for K band BSMs. If you wait for a new model to hit, you will be paying top dollar for anything brand new.
    Imagine paying $600 for the R7 when it hit. Was it worth that? sure, but now look at the prices. Tech can always be a waiting game and prices drop as the new wears off.

    If you decided to upgrade now, nothing is perfect in blocking the falses out. R3 and R7 are better than Escort. So it depends on your location, needs, budget and concern level. No perfect solutions. I have seen Vortex in vids saying that the Radenso models are better than R3 and R7 at blocking K band falses, but that was not my experience for the 2 I tried out a couple years back. Hopefully they have improved since then. The Radensos are also reportedly the best at MRCD detection (speed and stop light cams). So that might be a consideration as well. Canda, NY, and some other states use MRCD.

    IMHO, once R7 gets the auto-lockouts firmware update (should have been rolled out a few months ago but maybe there are legal delays), I think it would be the best all around detector for me. Seems there are always good and bad points for each detector and each individual. Good luck!

    • Chris on December 3, 2019 at 3:59 pm
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    I misspoke a little. I think MRCD is mainly the unmanned vehicles taking pictures, which is a similar concept. Only problem with those is that they are moving from time to time.

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