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  • Escort Solo S4 Review with the Veil Guy

    Escort essentially cornered the cordless detector market its Solo S3 radar/laser detector, which combined the performance of a Passport series model with the convenient portability of a cordless detector. It was recently replaced with an updated model, the Escort Solo S4.

    In this exclusive video interview with Danny Feemster from Buy Radar Detectors, Bob Rosania aka The Veil Guy reviews the Solo S4 and tells us what he thinks of this new iteration of an Escort cordless classic.

  • Escort MAX 360c and Redline EX comparison video with the Veil Guy

    Escort recently updated both the Max 360 and its classic Redline radar detectors with the introduction of two new models, the Escort MAX 360c and Redline EX. Each offers a refreshed design and powerful features, but how do they stack up against each other?

    In this video, Danny Feemster from Buy Radar Detectors talks with Bob Rosania, also known as The Veil Guy and the creator of Veil G5 Stealth Coating, and asks him how these two detectors really compare when used in real world applications on the road. His response may surprise you. Or, maybe not.

    The Escort Max 360c and Redline EX radar/laser detectors are available from Buy Radar Detectors.

  • An Introduction to Police Radar Guns

    Radar guns are commonly used by police for speed enforcement in the US, but how do they really work? How are they used? More importantly, are there any limitations that can give drivers an advantage when using a good radar detector?

    In this video hosted by Danny Feemster from Buy Radar Detectors, Bob Rosania, aka The Veil Guy and the creator of Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating displays some popular radar guns used by law enforcement in the US and explains how they are used. He also reveals the advantages and limitations of radar guns and how a driver who understands them can use a radar detector to maximum advantage.

  • An Introduction to Police Laser Guns

    Radar detectors can be an effective countermeasure to police radar, but what about laser? When laser guns are used by police for speed enforcement, the game changes and that detector can often become more of a ticket notifier. There are also assumptions and misconception about laser guns and how they are used on the public roadways. The more you know about and understand these devices, the better you can combine your detector with the supplements to mount a more effective defense against them.

    In this video hosted by Danny Feemster from Buy Radar Detectors, Bob Rosania, aka The Veil Guy and the creator of Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating shows off three police laser guns used by law enforcement in the US and explains how they operate. He also discusses the limitations of radar and laser detectors when laser guns are used and how Veil G5 can provide an advantage when added to the mix.

  • How to properly apply Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating

    Veil G5 is an important part of a complete countermeasure to police laser. Unfortunately, many users of Veil tend to overapply the product. The result? license plates, plate covers and headlights that are too dark, or almost black!

    In this exclusive video interview, Bob Rosania, CEO of Veil Corporation, explains how to properly apply Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating to your vehicle.

    Veil G5 Stealth Coating is available from Buy Radar Detectors.

  • The Veil Guy updates Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RE2Kf0FOI6c

    The latest version of Veil G5 Anti-Laser Stealth Coating is out! Version 5.6 is updated with improvements for an even more effective countermeasure than previous versions. How much better is it?

    In this exclusive video interview, Bob Rosania, CEO of Veil Corporation, explains the latest updates and improvements to Veil G5, some of the misconceptions about laser jammers, and why it is now more important than ever to include Veil G5 as a critical component of a complete radar and laser detection system to protect you from laser threats.

    Veil G5 Stealth Coating is available from Buy Radar Detectors.

  • FREE Guide to Police Radar with purchase of a Uniden or Whistler radar detector

    Driver's Guide To Police Radar book It's no secret that radar detectors make great holiday gifts. Now they are even more special. This holiday season, get a FREE Guide to Police Radar book when you buy a Uniden or Whistler radar detector from Buy Radar Detectors!

    With every Uniden or Whistler radar detector that you purchase, you will receive one FREE copy of Driver's Guide To Police Radar, by Craig Peterson. This book is a $10 value!

    Driver's Guide To Police Radar - Everything You Need to Know About Speed Enforcement gives you the basics on radar detection and how police speed measuring technology works. It covers moving radar, same direction radar, fastest speed radar, Instant-on radar and hand-held radar. It also explains other techniques and technologies of speed detection, such as Time/Distance Computers, Aerial speed enforcement and laser, or LIDAR. It even covers the facts and fiction of radar and laser jammers.

    No promo code is needed for this promotion. Your free book will be automatically added to your order at the time of checkout. This is a limited time offer and is valid until December 31, 2017 or while supplies last. No rain checks.

    NOTE: Offer good only in the U.S. and is void where prohibited, taxed or restricted by law.

  • New Whistler Elite Series Radar Laser Detectors

    Whistler recently introduced a line of radar and laser detectors designed for higher performance in a very tiny package. Called the Whistler Elite Series, this new line entered the radar detector market with three models, the 5000EX, 5025EX and 5075EXS.

    As features go, these new detectors are not far removed from the latest models in Whistler's CR series. In fact, the feature sets are nearly identical when comparing key models across both lines. However, it isn't the list of features and functionality that makes the new series Elite. It's the package itself. These new detectors have two unique attributes, both of which are quite impressive on their own. The first is the size. The second is the display.

    The Whistler Elite Series radar laser detectors aren't just compact, they are tiny. Seriously, each model is so small, it not only fits in the palm of a hand, it also fits easily in a shirt pocket! Yes, it's that tiny. To pack the features of a mid-range or high end CR series Whistler into such a small shell that weighs only 3.2 ounces (90 grams) isn't as much elite as it is amazing.

    Imagine the possibility of palming your radar detector at a traffic stop if needed. With a detector this size, it's now possible. Then again, as feature packed as these units are, it's more difficult to imagine the part about the traffic stop than the little sleight of hand.

    And if its size doesn't impress, the visuals probably will. The 5000EX and 5025EX are equipped with a blue OLED display for bright, sharp text. The 5075EXS is even nicer to read, because it has a full color OLED display! Of course, the display can be dimmed as needed and can be operated in full dark mode if necessary. The display on each model is also bilingual, with a choice of English or Spanish text.

    Here is a brief overview of each model.

    Whistler 5000EX

    Whistler 5000EX

    5000EX
    The 5000EX is the base model in the Elite Series. It detects X, K, and Ka bands including Super Wideband Ka, 360 degree detection of all types of laser currently in use, POP™ mode detection, Safety Warning System (SMS) and signals from VG-2 radar detector detectors. It is equipped with Traffic Flow Signal Rejection (TFSR) filter, Field Disturbance Sensor Rejection (FDSR) filter (filters out false signals from collision avoidance systems installed in newer vehicles), 3 city modes, highway mode, and Laser Signature ID (LSID) to measure pulses per second emitted from speed laser guns and identify other sources of laser emissions.

    Features include a bilingual OLED text display, tone alerts, a programmable function button, Alert Priority, Stay Alert®, setting saver and a tutorial mode. Our Price: 69.99.

    Whistler 5025EX

    Whistler 5025EX

    5025EX
    The 5025EX is the mid-range model. It offers all the same detection, filtering and features of the 5000EX. It also has the same bilingual blue OLED text display. It adds Whistler's Real Voice® alerts. The voice alerts are also bilingual, with an option to choose English or Spanish language formats. It's a nice complement to the bilingual text on the display and can be a useful option, especially if Spanish is your native or only language. Our Price: $114.99.

    Whistler 5075EXS

    Whistler 5075EXS

    5075EXS
    The 5075EXS is the top model in the Elite Series. It includes all of the detection, filters and features of the 5025EX and adds a few more, two of which greatly enhance its power and performance. The 5075EXS has an internal GPS built into the unit. The addition of GPS allows the 5075EXS to offer more nice features, such as a speed selectable filter mode, speed selectable Auto Quiet, a compass and a clock.

    The second enhancement is the inclusion of a red light and speed camera database with locations of known traffic enforcement cameras across North America. The database is also updateable, thanks to a USB port on the side of the detector. Our Price: $149.99.

    The chart below compares the features of all three models in the Whistler Elite Series. You can also compare the new models to older, classic, legacy models listed in the 2013 Whistler Radar Detector Comparison Chart. We have other resources as well, such as product and unboxing videos, articles and a Buyer's Guide to help you choose the best radar detector for your needs.

    Whistler radar detectors are in stock and available from Buy Radar Detectors for delivery to your door.

    Whistler Elite Series Comparison
    Feature 5000EX 5025EX 5075EXS
    X, K, Ka, and Super Wideband Ka Detection
    360° Protection against all types of Laser
    POP™ Mode
    Instant-On (Pulse) Detection
    Safety Warning System™ (SWS™) Alert
    VG-2 Alert
    Red Light/Speed Camera Database
    Internal GPS
    City and Highway Modes
    Traffic Flow Signal Rejection (TFSR) Filter
    Field Disturbance Sensor Rejection (FDSR) Filter
    Laser Signature ID (LSID)
    Alert Priority
    Selectable Tone Alerts
    Bilingual (English/Spanish) Real Voice® Alerts
    Auto and Manual Muting
    Volume Control
    Programmable Function Button
    Quiet/Auto Quiet Modes
    Bilingual (English/Spanish) OLED Display
    Feature Engaged Confirmation
    Setting Saver
    Stay Alert® Feature
    Selectable Vehicle Battery Saver Mode
    Speed Selectable Auto Quiet
    Dim/Dark Display Settings
    Compass
    Clock
    USB Port
    Teach/Tutorial Mode
    Power On Self Test
    Reset Mode
    Warranty 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year
    MSRP $149.95 $199.95 $249.95
    Our Price $69.99 $114.99 $149.99
  • Whistler updates its CR Series Radar Detectors with four new models

    In 2013 Whistler introduced their CR series radar and laser detectors. The CR series consolidated the Whistler product line into six distinct models, offering simplified choices and value at very reasonable prices. The CR85 and CR90 were considered the radar detectors with the best value, as both hit that perfect balance of performance to price.

    Recently the company updated the CR detector series with four new models, the CR68, CR73, CR88 and CR93.

    Whistler CR68

    Whistler CR68

    CR68
    The CR68 is the new entry level model in the CR series, replacing the CR65. It detects X, K, and Ka bands with full 360 degree detection of all types of laser, POP™ mode detection, Safety Warning System (SMS) and VG-2 detection. It has several filters to minimize or eliminate false alerts, including Traffic Flow Signal Rejection (TFSR), Field Disturbance Sensor Rejection (FDSR) to filter out signals from collision avoidance systems, 3 city modes, highway mode, Radar Signature ID (RSID) and Laser Signature ID (LSID) to measure pulses per second (PPS) from laser guns.

    The CR68 is equipped with a numeric text display, numeric signal strength indicator, dual alert periscope LEDs, tone alerts, Alert Priority, Stay Alert®, vehicle battery saver and a setting saver. Our Price: 59.99.

    Whistler CR73

    Whistler CR73

    CR73
    The CR73 is essentially the same model as the CR68 but with one added feature. It includes all of the radar and laser detection as its lower end counterpart and has all the filters. In addition to the tone alerts found in the CR68, the CR73 adds Real Voice® alerts. Admittedly, this is nothing new to Whistler. Several older models in the CR line also have voice alerts. However, the CR73 takes that feature and makes it bilingual. The voice alerts are now available in your choice of English or Spanish language. Our Price: 79.99.

    Whistler CR88

    Whistler CR88

    CR88
    The Whistler CR88 is the next model in the line and replaces the CR85. It has all the features and filters of the CR73 and takes them to another level. The CR88 adds four X and K filter modes and four Ka filter modes. It also has Radar Signature ID (RSID) to display the actual frequency of a police radar gun and Laser Signature ID (LSID) display the pulse rate of a laser. It also swaps out the Icon display found on the lower models and replaces it with a blue OLED text display with bilingual readouts in English or Spanish. The CR88 is compatible with the Intellicord® as an added bonus. Our Price: 159.99.

    Whistler CR93

    Whistler CR93

    CR93
    The CR93 is the premium model in this line and replaces the now discontinued CR90. It bundles all of the features found in the CR88 with an internal GPS and includes some serious extras, such as an upgradeable red light and speed camera database, a compass, a clock and a tutorial mode. It has an external audio jack and a USB port. Like the CR88, it is also Intellicord&reg: ready. Our Price: 189.99.

    The chart below compares the features of all four models. For a comparison with older models in the CR Series, the 2013 Whistler Radar Detector Comparison Chart is also available. We also have product videos, articles and a Buyer's Guide.

    Whistler CR radar detectors are available from Buy Radar Detectors.

    Whistler CR Series Comparison
    Feature CR68 CR73 CR88 CR93
    X, K, and Ka Detection
    360° Protection against all types of Laser
    POP™ Mode
    Instant-On (Pulse) Detection
    Safety Warning System™ (SWS™) Alert
    VG-2 Alert
    Red Light/Speed Camera Database
    Internal GPS
    City and Highway Modes
    Selectable Bands
    4 X/K Filter Modes
    4 Ka Filter Modes
    Traffic Flow Signal Rejection (TFSR) Filter
    Field Disturbance Sensor Rejection (FDSR) Filter
    Radar Signature ID (RSID)
    Laser Signature ID (LSID)
    Alert Priority
    Tone Alerts
    Bilingual (English/Spanish) Real Voice® Alerts
    Volume Control
    Quiet/Auto Quiet Modes
    Numeric Icon Display
    Bilingual (English/Spanish) OLED Display
    Dual Blue Alert Periscope LEDs
    Blue Numeric Signal Strength Indicator
    Setting Saver
    Stay Alert® Feature
    Selectable Vehicle Battery Saver Mode
    Feature Engaged Confirmation
    Speed Selectable Auto Quiet
    Dim/Dark Display Settings
    Auto Dim/Dark Mode
    Compass
    Clock
    External Audio Jack
    USB Port
    Teach/Tutorial Mode
    Power On Self Test
    Reset Mode
    Intellicord® Capable
    Warranty 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year
    Price (MSRP) $59.99 $79.99 $159.99 $189.99
  • Cobra RAD Series radar and laser detectors comparison

    A couple of years ago Cobra rebooted their line of radar detectors, adding a boost to its reputation in detector design and performance. Recently the company added a new series to its product lineup. Called RAD, this new series of radar and laser detectors entered the market with three models, the RAD 250, RAD 350 and RAD 450.

    The chart below compares the features of all three models in the Cobra RAD series. You can also compare the new models to older, classic, legacy models listed in the 2015 Cobra Radar Detector Comparison Chart. We have other resources as well, such as product and unboxing videos, articles and a Buyer's Guide to help you choose the best radar detector for your needs.

    Cobra radar detectors are in stock and available from Buy Radar Detectors for delivery to your door.

    Cobra RAD Series Comparison
    Feature RAD 250 RAD 350 RAD 450
    X, K, Ka, and Detection
    Detects all types of laser
    LaserEye®
    Instant-On (Pulse) Detection
    VG-2 Alert
    City and Highway Modes
    Adjustable Sensitivity
    Anti-Falsing Circuitry
    IVT (In-Vehicle Technology) Filter
    Signal Strength Meter
    Tone Alerts
    VoiceAlert
    Auto and Manual Muting
    Volume Control
    QuietDrive™
    Dual Language (English/Spanish)
    Display Icon Icon OLED
    Dim Mode
    Warranty 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year
    Price (MSRP) $79.95 $99.95 $149.95

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