[DML] Re: OT: Radar Detectors
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[DML] Re: OT: Radar Detectors

If you want the BEST radar detector just go and buy a Valentine 1. All
of the others have to think of ways to try to keep up with it because
they can't copy it's technology. In fact go buy that GPS enabled one
AND the Valentine. Both have a 30 day money back guarantee. Put them
both in the car and see which one you keep after 30 days! Anyway if
you travel the same route YOU become the GPS and you know where the
falses are. The Valentine can discriminate well enough to tell you and
the automatic doors on most stores give off a different kind of
signal. BTW most police radar can't work accuretly in an area with
multiple signals so they generally avoid places with a lot of falses.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, mike.griese@... wrote:
> Ohhhh - Really Bad Idea.
> What's to stop the local police from finding all those false trigger
> places themselves and putting a real radar gun there some day?
> --
> Mike
> -------------- Original message from Jon <doki_pen@...>: -------------- 
> > I just wanted to let you guys know about what I saw at 
> > Sharper Image the other day. They had GPS radar 
> > detectors. At first I thought "Okay, what gimmick are 
> > they trying to push now?" but upon further inspection 
> > the idea sounds pretty cool. One of it's features is 
> > that it uses GPS to remember locations of false 
> > triggering. So, for example, if on your commute to 
> > work you pass by an area that normally false triggers 
> > your radar detector, a GPS radar detector can store 
> > that location in it's memory, and ignore it in the 
> > future. 
> > 
> > This technology makes sense, and it's something radar 
> > detectors have needed since day one. 
> > 
> > Jon 
> > #3215 
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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