Category: Radar Detectors

Prime Day Deals on Radar Detectors and Dash Cameras

Amazon Prime Day Deals on Radar Detectors and Dash Cameras

Amazon Prime Day 2018 is here! Amazon is going giving discounts for Prime members on all sorts of fun stuff. You can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Amazon Prime here. I’ll keep this post regularly updated on the best deals on both radar detectors and dashcams so check back regularly. (Prime Day runs from …

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Escort ZW5 Wireless Laser Shifter Review

Escort ZW5 wireless shifters and Max 360c radar detector

The Escort ZW5 wireless laser shifters are a unique set of laser jammers. (Escort refers to jammers as “shifters,” but they’re the same thing.) The special thing about these jammers is that they wirelessly communicate to an Escort radar detector on your windshield without having to run any wireless through your vehicle’s firewall. The benefit of …

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Radenso XP & Radenso SP Radar Detector Giveaway

Radenso XP and Radenso SP Radar Detectors side by side

Win a brand new Radenso XP ($399) or Radenso SP ($199) radar detector! Enter now: Radenso XP & Radenso SP Radar Detector Giveaway

Beltronics GT-360 Radar Detector Review

Beltronics GT-360

The Beltronics GT-360 is the first new radar detector from Beltronics in a while. It’s essentially a repackaged Escort Max360, with a few changes, designed exclusively for Beach Camera / BuyDig. Here’s the video review:

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How to Configure V1Driver Settings

V1Driver Main screen Demo with two signals Bogey Map

V1Driver is an awesome app for the Valentine One that adds a ton of useful functionality including advanced false alert filtering, voice alerts, frequency displays, and more. The app can provide a lot of useful information to look at, but also does a good job simply quieting your V1 down automatically while your phone is …

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Escort Redline EX Radar Detector Giveaway

Escort Redline EX giveaway front

Time for another radar detector giveaway! Escort has provided a brand new Escort Redline EX ($599), their long range undetectable radar detector with the ability to automatically learn and filter out false alerts, share realtime alerts with other drivers, and more.

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Uniden R1 & R3 Firmware 1.37 Released

Uniden R3 firmware 1.37

Uniden has just released firmware 1.37 for the Uniden R1 and the Uniden R3. It brings 5 new improvements to the radar detectors: Larger font size for the frequency display Ka frequency voice alerts Auto dimming display functionality added (R3 only) Ability to mute overspeed alerts such as speed cameras (R3 only) GPS lockout improvements …

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Escort announces a Radar-only Max Ci

Escort Max Ci 360 Radar Detector & Laser Jammer

The Escort Max Ci and Max Ci 360 are very capable radar detectors. (You can see my recent test results here.) They’re actually among my favorite custom installed, remote mount radar detectors. Unfortunately, Escort only sold them paired with their own laser jammers which are good, but not on the same level as the AntiLaser …

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Remote Radar Detector Test Results, Feb. 2018: Escort Max Ci 360, Radenso RC M, Net Radar DSP, Stinger VIP

Last weekend I had a chance to go out and compare all the top remote radar detectors from Escort, Stinger, Radenso, and Net Radar. They’re all really capable and long range detectors and personally I think the most important differences have to do with things like BSM filtering, how the lockouts work, the interface, price, …

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Spectre Elite Undetectability Testing vs. Remote Radar Detectors

Spectre Elite vs. Remotes in grill: Stinger VIP, Radenso RC M, Escort Max Ci 360, Net Radar DSP

If you need a stealthy and undetectable radar detector, a custom installed and hidden remote mount radar detector is often the way to go. There’s nothing on your windshield for police officers to spot and the top remotes feature special stealth technology to make them undetectable to radar detector detectors. How undetectable are they? Let’s …

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