Category: R3

Where to Buy the Uniden R3 Radar Detector

Uniden R3 top front

The Uniden R3 is the best performing radar detector on the market. It is now THE radar detector to get. The R3 is my top rated radar detector and the one that I personally rely on to keep me protected. Read my Uniden R3 review here. Because it’s such a good radar detector, demand has …

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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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Uniden R1 & R3 adds Ka Band Segmentation with firmware update 1.31

R3 displaying Ka Segmentation

Uniden has just released firmware 1.31 for the Uniden R1 & Uniden R3 radar detectors which brings 3 improvements to the radar detectors including: Ka Band Segmentation Purple & White colored display options Ability to change display brightness using the mute button of the power cable Here’s a video showing you the new features and …

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Uniden R1 / R3 Teardown: Under the Hood

Uniden R1 with horn opened up

Let’s take a look under the hood of the Uniden R1 to learn about the R1 and R3 internals. I popped my R1 open recently (as you guys know, it’s the same thing as the R3, just without the GPS chip) and we’ve been having a discussion on RDF about the internals here. Anyway, let’s take a …

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Uniden R3 vs. Escort Redline EX: Comparison and Review

Redline EX and Uniden R3 side by side

If you’re looking for a high end, high performance radar detector with good filtering and GPS functionality, two of your top picks are the Uniden R3 ($399) and Escort Redline EX ($599). Both detectors are great choices and each one offers features and benefits the other does not. The R3 even offers better performance than the …

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Radar Detector Testing: Uniden R3 1.30, Redline EX, Radenso RC, Stinger VIP, Max360, and more…

33.8 Results Chart

This weekend I met up with @meismyname to test out some of the newest RD’s and firmware updates, specifically including the Uniden R3 fw 1.30, Redline EX, and Radenso RC. I ran them against most all of the other top contenders as well, both windshield mounts and remotes. Let’s see how they did.

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Best Radar Detectors, July 2017 (Windshield Mounts)

R3, Max360, V1

Are you wondering what the best radar detector is of 2017? Let’s take a look at what the very best windshield mounted radar detectors available today are. There’s a lot of great detectors available, but which one will ultimately do the best job of helping you avoid a speeding ticket? Let’s look at my Top …

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Uniden R1 Review & Uniden R3 Review: Best Radar Detectors?

Uniden R1 vs R3

I don’t remember the last time I’ve ever seen people this excited about a new radar detector… The most common question you guys ask me is, “What’s the best radar detector?” and because there’s so many different radar detectors available, all with their own unique advantages, my answer usually starts with “Well it depends…” However, …

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Uniden R3 vs. Escort Max360: Which Radar Detector Is Best?

Max360 and Uniden R3

The Uniden R3 and the Escort Max360 are both fully featured top of the line radar detectors and lots of people have been asking which one is better and which one they should get. Honestly this has been a little tough to answer because while they have a lot of similarities, there’s also some important …

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The Benefits of GPS in a Radar Detector

Radenso XP and SP

Many higher end radar detectors include a GPS chip in the detector. Some detectors even come in two separate models, one with GPS and another without. Some detectors lack a GPS chip built-in, but they offer Bluetooth capability so you can pair it with your phone, run an app, and use your phone’s GPS to …

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