Display is clear and very bright. Excellent range. Works well with laser guns. Easy to set up and use. Highly customizable and feature-rich.
The train crossing indicator seems a bit hit or miss, as sometimes it sounds when you are nowhere near a track. Some issues with the screen dying after a year or so.
Easy to use, just set it and forget it. Has a good range, and picks up signals over bridges, around corners, etc. Good price. Feature-rich.
Unit gets very hot, particularly in the summer. Suffers from a fair amount of false alerts. Cord is not coiled, leaving excess length in the way.
Durable and long-lasting. Looks great and is very compact. Offers features such as voice mode and train detection at a great price.
Some buyers say the range for this option isn't great. Not as effective against laser guns. Some complaints over false alerts, particularly in city and highway driving.
Has a great range. Easy to set up and install. Customizable filtering really helps to limit the noise from false alerts, particularly those coming from luxury vehicles. Very accurate.
Durability issues, as some report that this detector fails fairly quickly. The silver top reflects in the windshield and is a distraction. Some issues with it not detecting laser radar.
Directions are clear. Easy to use. Good range and quality at a decent price. Picks up speed cameras as well.
In terms of false alerts, seems to work better in a country setting than highway or city. Luxury cars on the K band in particular trigger false readings.
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