TMG, the budget friendly laser jammer, recently released both some hardware and software updates. Plus they’re working on updated VPR heads to improve close range DragonEye jamming as well as a motorcycle-specific laser jammer. Here’s all the latest news about this capable yet affordable laser jammer.
Two of the best radar detectors of 2019 are the Uniden R7 ($599) and Escort Max 360c ($649). You guys ask all the time which one is better. Both are feature-packed high end windshield mount radar detectors. Both have directional arrows, good false alert filtering, and useful GPS features.
However, each detector offers some unique features that the other one doesn’t, so one detector may be a better fit for you than the other. Let’s take a closer look at both detectors in this comparison review to find out if the R7 or Max 360c is better for you.
Radenso RC M Overview
The Radenso RC M ($1,849) is a high end custom installed radar detector. It offers long range performance, best in class BSM filtering, the best MRCD/CT detection capabilities, arrows, GPS lockouts, plus AntiLaser Priority integration. It’s one of the very best custom installed radar detectors available on the market. It’s also quite possibly the best option available for a fully integrated custom installed radar detector and laser jammer package.
Amazon Prime Day 2019 is here. It lasts for just two days and there’s a bunch of great deals on countermeasures.
Here I am continually tracking all the best deals on radar detectors and dash cameras during Prime Day.
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K40 Defuser Optix Overview
The K40 Defuser Optix ($899 for duals) is K40’s top of the line laser jammer. It’s smaller and more effective than their previous bulky K40 G5’s. The Defuser Optix is designed to integrate with the RL200di and RL360di radar detectors. (Read my RL360di review.)
K40 also claims that the Defuser Optix is able to jam the DragonEye. (K40 refers to their laser jammers as “laser defusers,” similar to how Escort refers to them as “laser shifters,” but they’re all really the exact same thing.)
Let’s take a closer look at the K40 Defuser Optix and how effective it truly is in this review.
K40’s latest and greatest radar detector setup is the RL360di radar detector ($1,999 for front and rear antennas) and the RL200di ($1,499 for front antenna only). Traditionally radar detector enthusiasts stay away from K40 products since the performance tends to be subpar, despite the higher end price tag and K40’s performance and speeding ticket guarantees. Performance is the main reason why I don’t run K40 products on my vehicle or recommend them to others. Nevertheless, their products are popular and they sell well so let’s take a closer look at the K40 RL360di in this review.