Full signal detection, with the ability to sense radar from the front, back, and sides; lets driver know in advance of radar gun use and gives an audible alert. Comes with power cord and suction-cup windshield mount. Durable and long-lasting, providing years of use.
Tends to give off false alarms, especially within cities. LED lights are fairly bright during the night hours and may be distracting.
Durable and lasts for years with proper use. Included mounting equipment can be used on dashboard or windshield. Alerts of any upcoming radar guns and cuts down on false positives. User can adjust the mode between highway and city driving.
Some users said that the instructions were difficult to follow.
3 different alert modes available, including highway and city. Gives complete protection from all laser and radar signals. Simple set up with easy-to-follow instructions. Comes with windshield bracket mount and non-skid pad for dashboard use. Battery saver turns off detector when vehicle is not running.
City-dwelling users report having to re-set to city mode whenever it's turned on, even if that was the last setting.
Comes with a power cord and 2 types of mount: suction cup and slip-free mat (which can also be used for cell phones). Easy to use. Beeps for just a short while, then flashes silently. Fewer false alerts than other comparable, lower-cost models.
Limited to signal detection within the United States and Canada. LED alert hard to see in sunlight, so volume needs to be turned up.
Relatively inexpensive for a detector providing features such as filtering out of false alarms and 360-degree radar detection. Voice is helpful and speaks clearly. Display is easy to read and bright.
Instructions are not terribly clear, and online help not easy to find.
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