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1. Whistler 128MB MP3 Player with
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11. Whistler DE1783 All Band Laser-Radar
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20. WHISTLER All Band Laser Radar

1. Whistler 128MB MP3 Player with Easy Click Stop/Play
list price: $199.95
our price: $111.99
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Asin: B00029TLLI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 47087
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Amazon Product Description

Today, fans of MP3 players have a variety of options from which to choose. Those who prefer super-high capacity players -- some of which are capable of storing over 10,000 songs -- should look into hard drive-based players such as Apple's iPod or Creative Labs' Nomad Jukebox. Those who want removable media can investigate MP3 CD players such as Panasonic's SL line. But if budget, size, and durability are a priority, flash memory-based players are the way to go. Substantially smaller and less expensive than most of the alternatives and utilizing shockproof flash memory rather than comparatively fragile hard drives or CD mechanisms, flash memory players deliver excellent bang for the buck. The tradeoff is capacity - flash memory players simply can't store as many songs as some of the pricier units. Nevertheless, most can handle at least one hour of music, more than enough for most music enthusiasts.

The Whistler Group manufactures a variety of flash memory players, including this model, the Whistler MP-3737. A midlevel model, the unit blends adequate storage space and features with a very affordable price point.

Measuring 4.3 by 1.2 by 0.6 inches and tipping the scales at just 1.2 ounces, the Whistler MP-3737 is positively miniscule when compared to traditional CD Walkman-type devices but is of average size for a flash memory player. Its 128 MB of built-in flash memory is double that of entry-level units but half that of today's upscale models, storing approximately two hours of high quality music files.

Considering its low price point, the Whistler MP-3737 offers a wealth of user-friendly amenities, including a low battery indicator and automatic power off. You can tailor your tone with the built-in equalizer, quickly locate your favorite tracks with the scan function, and record your voice via the integrated microphone. The unit's display is quite exceptional, featuring perks such as a seven-color backlit screen and displaying information such as song titles and artist names.

Whistler has enclosed a variety of useful accessories, including earphones, battery, handstrap, USB cable (for downloading and uploading music from your computer) and a handy belt clip. The unit accepts one AAA battery and delivers up to nine hours of continuous power from each single cell. ... Read more

Features

  • Voice recorder function with built-in microphone
  • Scan and playback with automatic power off
  • Equalizer function and low battery indicator
  • 7 colors selectable backlit display with repeat mode
  • Easy click play/stop button

2. Whistler 256MB MP3 Player with Easy Click Stop/Play
list price: $279.95
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Asin: B00029TLM2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 21420
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Features

  • Voice recorder function with built-in microphone
  • Scan and playback with automatic power off
  • Equalizer function and low battery indicator
  • 7 colors selectable backlit display with repeat mode
  • Scrolls songs titles, music mode icon and artist

3. Whistler 64MB MP3 Player with Digital Display
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B00029TLL8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Amazon Product Description

Today, fans of MP3 players have a variety of options from which to choose. Those who prefer super-high capacity players -- some of which are capable of storing over 10,000 songs -- should look into hard drive-based players such as Apple's iPod or Creative Labs' Nomad Jukebox. Those who want removable media should investigate MP3 CD players such as Panasonic's SL line. But if budget, size, and durability are a priority, flash memory-based players are the way to go. Substantially smaller and less expensive than most of the alternatives and utilizing shockproof flash memory rather than comparatively fragile hard drives or CD mechanisms, flash memory players deliver excellent bang for the buck. The tradeoff is capacity - flash memory players simply can't store as many songs as some of the pricier units. Nevertheless, most can handle at least one hour of music, more than enough for most music enthusiasts.

The Whistler Group manufactures a variety of flash memory players, including this model, the Whistler MP-3707. The most economical model in Whistler's current line-up, the MP-3707 is positively miniscule when compared to traditional CD Walkman-type devices but is of average size for a flash memory player at 4.3 by 1.2 by 0.6 inches and 1.2 ounces. The unit's 64 MB of flash memory is considered smallish by current standards, but will nevertheless store approximately one hour of music.

Considering its low price point, the Whistler MP-3707 offers a wealth of user-friendly amenities, including automatic power off, a low battery indicator and a clear digital display. You can tailor your tone with the built-in equalizer, quickly locate your favorite tracks with the scan function, and record your voice via the integrated microphone.

Whistler has enclosed a variety of useful accessories, including earphones, handstrap, USB cable (for downloading and uploading music from your computer) and a handy belt clip. The unit requires one AAA battery (enclosed), and delivers up to nine hours of continuous power from each cell. ... Read more

Features

  • Voice recorder function with built-in microphone
  • Scan and playback with automatic power off
  • Equalizer function and low battery indicator
  • 1 1/5"W x 4 1/8"H x 3/4"D
  • Includes earphones, battery, handstrap, USB cable, belt clip, and software CD

4. Whistler MP-3805 128MB MP3 Player

our price: $75.99
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Asin: B0006H8GG2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Features

  • 128MB Memory supports MP3 and WMA music formats
  • Hotplug and play via USB
  • 9 folds and 99 playable files
  • Blue backlight LCD scrolls song title/artist, display supports lyric files
  • Customizable equalizer with 7 presets, voice recorder function

5. Whistler MP-3830 256MB Plug & Play MP3 Player

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Asin: B0006H8GM6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Features

  • 256MB internal memory supports MP3 and WMA music formats
  • Hot plug and play via USB
  • 9 folds and 99 playable files
  • Blue backlight LCD scrolls song title/artist, display supports lyric files
  • Customizable equalizer with 7 presets, voice recorder function(72 hours of play)

6. Whistler 256MB MP3 Playerwith Voice Recorder Function
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00029TLLS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 42780
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Features

  • Voice recorder function with built-in microphone
  • Scan and playback with automatic power off
  • Equalizer function and low battery indicator
  • Plugs directly into USB port
  • Scrolls songs titles, music mode icon and artist

7. All Band Radar/laser Detector with Pop¿ Detection andVoice Alert

our price: $155.99
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Asin: B00092PQ9O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Product Description

WHISTLER DE1778 ... Read more

Features

  • Stay alert display, high gain levels, auto dim, with intense blue text and LEDs
  • Safety Warning System®, 360° Total Perimeter Protection¿ and VG-2 Cloaking¿ technology
  • 3 city modes, quiet/auto modes, and vedhicle battery saver
  • Includes windshield mount and power cord

8. WHISTLER WVR-150 Digital Voice Recorder

our price: $60.99
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Asin: B000246SOQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Features

  • 504 minute LP record time
  • 154 minute SP record time
  • Voice Operated System (VOS)
  • 400 easy to manage files
  • Automatic power-off

9. All Band Radar/laser Detector with Pop¿ Detection

our price: $141.99
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Asin: B0009ETWOC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Product Description

WHISTLER DE1776 ... Read more

Features

  • Dual alert display with blue text and LEDs
  • Safety Warning Systems®, with 360° Total Perimeter Protection¿ and VG-2 Cloaking¿ technology
  • 3 city modes, quiet/auto modes, and vedhicle battery saver
  • Includes windshield bracket kit, and power cord

10. WHISTLER WVR-140 Digital Voice Recorder

our price: $41.99
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Asin: B000246SOG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
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Features

  • 126 minute LP record time
  • Voice Operated System (VOS)
  • 99 easy to manage files
  • Automatic power-off
  • Scan and playback

11. Whistler DE1783 All Band Laser-Radar Detector
list price: $229.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0000DK570
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 2110
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easy-to-understand Real Voice Alerts
  • High-Visibility Text Display
  • Patented VG-2 Cloaking Technology
  • Improved Performance

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Early days but!
I haven't quite got to trusting this detector yet, its the first one I've owned. Seems OK for Ka open road cruising.

It was easy to setup, basically "plug and play", the compass calibration was easy and seemed to point me in the correct direction.

The voice prompts are good, as well as tones for different bands. The CITY 2 mode is great around town and definitely eliminates X band.

Open road performance - well its definitely saved me once in town, on Ka band, enough time to scrub some speed off. It seems to be good at picking up Ka when the cop has it on all the time, about 300 metres with a crest in the way! Still don't know about instant on, haven't picked up any scatter.

Haven't had a beep out of it for Laser yet.

Speed cameras - I don't think it works with the NZ speed camera (mobiles). Did a test with one parked on a street, no beeps until beside the van!

I think it is going to be good for open road driving and Ka radar in NZ,esepcially if the cop has his radar on all the time, just need to see how it goes on some of my favourite roads that are fast and curvey!

Definitely good value for money, as I didn't want to spend too much on a detector...

4-0 out of 5 stars If you use a radar detector, this is the bare minimum
For the past couple of years I've used a Beltronics 906 which was, up until mid 2003, a reliable tool. However, since then it has failed to respond or responded far too slowly multiple times.

What's happening? It appears that the arms race has just escalated. There is at least one new technology being used that older radar detectors can't adequately pick up or fail to pick up at all. One of these new tools being used by the police is called POP. And most radar dectectors made prior to 2002, and perhaps all before 2001, cannot detect it. Some sources argue that POP isn't that wide spread. My experience indicates that it is.

If you use a radar dectector and it was made prior to 2003 you have to purchase a new one, especially if you travel on inter-state highways.

For the price the Whistler 1783 is the best value for those on a budget. Test results at speedzones dot com indicate that it performed extremely well and arguably the best in its price range. Don't even think of getting a Cobra or a Rocky Mountain. Both are practically worthless in comparison. As for other Whistler models, the 1793 has a few more bells and whistles, but it doesn't appear to be much stronger. If you have the money for the 1793 you're better off purchasing a more expensive brand such as a Beltronics or Passport. The cheaper Whistler models don't have full text displays which is really mandatory. In the case of POP, you really need a clear indication that it's being used and the 1783 provides that.

If you have a somewhat larger budget then you'll want to look at perhaps a Beltronics 965 or 995. Both were introduced this past year and both are newer than the 985 which appears to have been discontinued. In this arms race with new and evolving technologies the more recent the model the more likely it will work effectively.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best radar under 200 dollars
I've heard that the Traveler II and this are quite the same (performance, etc.).

It does what any detector would do. compare to that RMR250, this whistler can detect 3 times better. I've also heard that the 1783 is better then all the Cobra radars.

LIST OF PERFORMANCE FROM MY EXPERIENCES:

-As I said it is absolutely better then the RMR250. I have both radars and tested them. WHISTLER IS BETTER.

-what i noticed is that when 1783 detects mutliple X bands, it seperates each store(building) saying X BAND detected for each. unlike other detectors they will first say X BAND detected and keep beeping intill you are clearly away from it (clearly away from all the stores, building etc.).

-when it detects bands it will beep and display the signal strength first before the voice alert comes. this can be a good thing because if the voice alert comes first than you wouldnt know if the K or Ka bands are shootin right at you....

-the features are great, many selections to choose from. It would've been nice if the 1783 was like 1793 with the X BAND OFF feature. all the rest of the features like Safety Alert, POP,VOICE, MUTE, TEST MODE, VG2, COMPASS,etc. can be turned off. 1983 does not let you turn off the LASER, X,K,Ka bands only... there are also 3 city selections and 3 RING ALERTS.

Not so sure effects or stuff that can be a problem:

- The 1783 is a great performance but im not sure if it can filter out flase alerts as much as it suppose to be. there are times when K bands pop up in a split second, and youll be suprised many times. plus there is no cops radaring in your way in the first place.

-the mute alert feature is not great. when it detects an X band and beeps for a few seconds then it will mute the beeping intill its over. the problem is that when it is muted a K band can pop out all the sudden and the 1783 will continue to stay on mute without notifying you. its better to shut it off. the mute feature is suppose to be the filter for the alert detector. the sound does not actually mute, it will just put down its volume to the lowest. you will somewhat hear it..

-the compass is quite useless, im not sure how its actually used. 80% of the time it will keep pointing north. i shut that off too. put the compass on would make the 1783 look "COOLER", if you turn it off you would see the word HIGHWAY intill something is detected (the word HIGHWAY will pop back after words). <<--- when you first buy it you gotta caliborate it so it would work... its a nice feature... when drive down highway 80 the compass would point out E 80.... pretty nice

I gave it 4 because its not the best at what it does. 1793 gots a couple more extras, eventho they have the exact same performance. i believe escort 8500 and Bel 985 are top radars for now... ... Read more


12. WHISTLER PRO-73 Radar / Laser Detector

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Asin: B0001MZ89A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 2266
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Features

  • POP Mode Detection
  • Intense Blue Text Display
  • Easy to Understand Real Voice Alerts
  • High Gain Optical Lens
  • Stay Alert Technology

13. Whistler 1793SE All Band Laser-Radar Detector
list price: $249.99
our price: $158.74
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Asin: B00009V3T6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 3674
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Whistler 1793SE is a full-featured laser/radar detector outfitted with the latest technologies and the greatest conveniences, from advanced VG-2 and POP mode alerts and detection to digital voice memo recording and advanced safety alerts.

With the change in time also comes change in technology, and radar gun manufacturers now include something called POP Mode, which makes it harder for radar detectors to detect them. POP Mode is a feature on some newer radar guns operating on K or Ka bands. In POP Mode, the gun transmits a brief burst of energy--less that 1/10 of a second--to acquire the vehicles's speed. A detector without POP Mode detection capability cannot respond to this brief transmission. With POP Mode detection, this detector has the power to report this new gun where other detectors cannot.

In memo mode, you can record up to nine distinct message tracks for a total of 90 seconds, one 90 second message or any combination in between. The unit does not detect radar or laser signals during recording or while playing a memo. Memo mode is not intended to be used while you are driving. You should not use any device in a vehicle that may distract you from observing the road ahead. Memo mode automatically exits within 20 seconds if a button is not pressed.

A compass provides points of direction, Real Voice alerts are given verbally through the detector so you do not have to take your eyes off the road to look at the display, and the unit's text display shows laser-radar information, VG-2 alerts, SWS messages, and detector status.A city button reduces the annoyance of false alerts typically encountered in urban driving areas. Pressing "quiet" before a signal is detected engages Auto Quiet Mode, which automatically reduces the audio level after the initial warning to a low audio level setting. Pressing the button during a radar/laser encounter silences audio alerts while allowing visual alerts to keep you informed.

In communities where transmitters are located, the Safety Warning System displays over 60 text messages. When Safety Radar is detected, the audio alert is Geiger counter-like.

Other features include high-visibility text display (provides distinct visual confirmation of signals detected, signal strength, and indicates engaged modes of operation), a bracket-release button (provides quick and easy release of the mounting bracket), a speaker (provides distinct audio warnings for X, K, Ka band radar, safety radar, laser and VG-2), a radar antenna (compact, high-efficiency antenna receives radar signals), a front laser antenna (high-gain optical lens provides increased sensitivity and field of view for leading-edge laser detection), a rear laser antenna (an integrated optical wave-guide provides superior detection of laser signals transmitted from behind).The unit's power jack provides connection for the power cord. mirrored sunscreens, etc. These obstructions have metal surfaces which can affect radar and laser signals and reduce critical warning time. (Regular tinted glass does not affect reception.)

What's in the Box
Radar detector and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Enhanced memo-voice recorder
  • POP Mode detection
  • Easy-to-understand Real Voice alerts
  • High-visibility text display
  • Patented VG-2 cloaking technology

14. Whistler DE1730C Radar Detector
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B00005T82Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 11548
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whistler's DE1730C radar and laser detector provides 360-degree detection and VG-2 cloaking technology with standard detection technology for excellent functionality at an affordable price. The DE1730C detects all radar (X, K, Superwideband Ka), laser, and safety radar systems. It also provides switchable highway and city modes to prevent false alarms in congested urban areas. ... Read more

Features

  • Detects all radar, laser, and safety radar systems
  • 360-degree total perimeter protection
  • VG-2 cloaking technology
  • Sales restricted to the United States and shipment is prohibited to addresses in Virginia and Washington DC
  • FCC Identification Number HSXWH01

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent buy in $$$ and features
This is a good buy for the price and features. Look at the features. Can detect laser, K, Ka, X with the 360 degree protection. It gives timely audible alerts and more. I like this very much for the price and value compared to $150 radars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Value in Radar Detector!
Take from a person who has tried a few radar detectors in his day, this may not be the best one on the market but it's the best value going. Look at the features you get for 40 bucks...Audible alerts with separate tones for each band of radar plus laser, visual alerts with separate LED lights for each band plus laser, simple on off volume control, city modes that mutes all signals to 2 quick beeps but continues with all visual alerts unless the signal becomes very strong, auto-mute mode that silences all alerts after 5 beeps but keeps the visuals (also with a 20 second reset so if you're driving in a heavy false signal area where the same false signal pops you intermittently or several are very close together the unit stays silent until you're well away from the falsing without it constantly resetting itself, a nice idea), VG-2 protection if you need it...most don't, Safety Radar (for emergency vehicles) detection if you need it...most don't, Pulse Protection to detect pulsed radar if you need it...most don't, auto power off feature turns the unit off if you forget, overall compact and very easy to use and understand. The only drawbacks are it could be a tinge louder and the LED's a tinge brighter, but these are minor negatives...the alerts overall are quite sufficient. In actual use you'll find this unit picks up radar very well for the casual speeder, maybe even a little better than that. Tip: Using the City mode together with the automute works very well in very urban environments

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Detector
It gives timely warning and works wonderfully! I'm very happy with the delivery time on the item and it's quality. Thanks beachaudio.com!

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely fantastic detector for the $$
Pros: Sleek and stealthy, hard to spot -- VERY compact. Nice & LOUD alerts.
Cons: LED indicators hard to see in extremely bright, direct sunlight.

Contrary to the other reviewers' experiences, I have nothing but compliments for this radar detector. I've used and abused costly [brand name] detectors over the years and I ended up buying the Whistler DE-1730 in mid-2002 at BestBuy. I paid significantly less than what other detectors were selling for and I figured, "If its cheap, I'll just return it". Well, a year later I still have it and its kept me from getting speeding tickets on numerous occasions. I've used it on expressways, highways, local roads, you name it.
I have only been caught speeding ONCE with this detector, and it was by a motorcycle cop hidden under a 10 lane freeway over-pass, who didn't flip his radar on until I was right in his invisible lair. That was not the detector's fault, that was the work of a skilled police man and the ever-present vulnerability of radar detectors to instant-on radar or close range radar. Beware!
The Whistler DE-1730 comes with an adjustable volume switch similar to what would be on the side of a portable CD-player, three buttons on the top of the device (City/Hwy mode, VG-2 mode, Silent/Audible mode), and that's about it. It has three LED lights under the buttons but they really serve no purpose unless you want to see them while in "silent mode". It is *Very Simple* to operate and it has you covered on laser and all bands of radar.
Summary: I highly recommend this detector - it is an effective, low-cost alternative to other expensive & very similar detector models. My Whistler DE-1730 has gotten the job done.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth it.
It lasted less then 2 months. Never again. ... Read more


15. WHISTLER PRO-3450 Radar / Laser Detector

our price: $208.99
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Asin: B0001MZ88Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 23482
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Features

  • Remote Install -- Installs Out of Sight
  • POP Mode Detection
  • Intense Blue Text Display
  • Outdoor Temperature / Battery Voltage
  • High Gain Optical Lens

16. WHISTLER PRO-58 Radar / Laser Detector

our price: $91.99
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Asin: B0001MZ890
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 2452
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Features

  • POP Mode Detection
  • Seven Segment Icon Display with Intense Blue Numeric Strength Display
  • High Gain Optical Lens
  • Stay Alert
  • Total Band Protection

17. WHISTLER DE1733C ALL BANDª LASER/RADAR DETECTOR (WHISTLER DE1733C)

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Asin: B00009V3T1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 3367
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18. WHISTLER 1748 All Band Laser - Radar Detector

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Asin: B0000DIK0Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Whistler
Sales Rank: 5082
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Features

  • Electronic compass with 8 cardinal points
  • Easy to understand real voice alerts
  • 360 degree total perimeter protection
  • Patented VG-2 cloaking technology
  • Safety warning system

19. Whistler All Band Laser-radar Detector

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Asin: B0007TC7GY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: WHISTLER
Sales Rank: 47168
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Product Description

Whistler All Band Laser/Radar Detector w/ Voice Alerts Item #: 05730101000LN Manufacturers' Model: DE1670 LDA Features All BandTM protection to detect all RADAR, laser and safety RADAR systems including the Safety Warning SystemTM. Easy to understand Real VoiceTM lets you keep your eyes on the road ahead. ... Read more


20. WHISTLER All Band Laser Radar Detector DE-1743

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Asin: B00009K7E4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Nextpower
Sales Rank: 4496
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Features

  • All Band Laser and Radar detection
  • 360-Degree Total Perimeter Protection
  • Patented VG-1 Cloaking Technology
  • Safety Warning System
  • City Mode

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