Category: Max360c

Escort Max 360c Review

Escort Max360c with arrows

Escort just released the new Max 360c ($699), their successor to the original Max 360 ($649). The updated 360c adds WiFi for automatic updates which means it’s now the first windshield mount radar detector that can automatically keep itself updated over time as new software updates are released. Let’s take a closer look now at its key …

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Interview with Escort Radar

Escort Radar Interview

Last week I flew out to West Chester, Ohio to meet up with Escort. Lots of you guys have had questions about their products, updates, and customer service, just like I did, so I met up with them to talk about their different products, how things are going, and how things are going to improve. …

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Tour of Escort Radar

Escort recently invited me out to their facility in West Chester, Ohio. It was a great experience and I really enjoyed meeting everyone. Getting to geek out was one of my favorite parts. I felt like a kid in a candy store. 🙂 Come take a look at various areas with Escort including where the …

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Escort ZW5 Laser Shifter Initial Impressions

Officer on side of road with PL4

This past Thursday I installed the Escort ZW5’s onto my wife’s car for a trip that we planned out for this weekend and sure enough, we headed out Friday and had our first encounter with the new setup. We ran into an officer who tagged us with the PL4.

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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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Uniden R3 vs. Escort Max 360c: Best Top-of-the-line Radar Detector?

Uniden R3 and Escort Max 360c radar detectors

The Uniden R3 is the best performing radar detector on the market and the new Escort Max 360c is the most feature-packed radar detector on the market. Which radar detector is a better choice for you? You can read my Uniden R3 review and my Escort Max 360c review, but let’s take a look at a …

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Escort Max 360c Size Comparison with other Radar Detectors

Escort iX, Redline EX, Max 360c, and Max360 radar detectors

I currently have a number of Escort’s top radar detectors on hand at the moment. Let’s take a look at the size of the new Max 360c and specifically how its size and design compares to Escort’s other top radar detectors. First up, let’s take a look at how it compares to the original Max360.

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How to Set Up & Configure Your Escort Max 360c Radar Detector

Escort Max 360c radar detector

The Escort Max 360c radar detector (buy a Max 360c here) comes with a whole bunch of different features and settings that let you customize it the way you want. Let’s go over all the different settings, explain what everything means, and help you pick the best settings so you can best program your Escort Max …

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Escort Radar Detector Reviews

Escort Radar logo

Escort Radar makes very popular radar detectors designed for the everyday driver. Escort’s radar detectors are convenient and easy to use and Escort has a line of different radar detectors, each tailored to a specific type of driver or set of needs. If you’re not a radar detector expert and have no interest in becoming …

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Escort Introduces the Escort Max 360c Radar Detector at SEMA 2017

Escort Max360c showing two bogies and a rear signal

This week at SEMA, Escort has launched an update to the Max360 which they’re calling the Max 360c. It’s like a redesigned 360, with built-in WiFi, even more automation, and improvements to both performance and filtering! I will do a proper Escort Max 360c review once Escort sends me a detector after the show, but …

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