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Cobra Electronics 0180003-1 IRAD Radar, Black

The Cobra IrDA keeps drivers aware of their surroundings while protecting them against all Radar and laser Guns used today, Plus warns them of real-time live Police activity & speed traps. Its anti-falling circuitry & up date able in-vehicle technology (IVT) filter not only reduces false alerts from blind spot systems and traffic flow monitoring devices, but also eliminates erroneous alerts from sources like collision avoidance systems, so users hear just what they need to hear.

Product Features

  • Detects all Radar/laser Guns – detects all Radar signals (x, back and kea bands signal strength indicated), laser and vg-2 signals
  • Radar – radar community connects to the radar smartphone app to alert to Red light cameras, speed cameras and Live police.
  • Voice alert – digital voice announcements help keep your eyes on the road
  • Quiet drive – muted driving mode for times driver wants less audible feedback while talking with passengers or on the phone
  • Premium anti-falling circuitry – automatically reduces false alerts from erroneous sources including automatic door openers, fixed position traffic flow monitoring systems and other Radar detectors

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2 thoughts on “Cobra Electronics 0180003-1 IRAD Radar, Black

  1. Great product. There are probably a lot of much … Great product. There are probably a lot of much better products out there. But I have no regrets. This is a very cost effective option.I use this detector as a tool along with other tools. One feature I really like is the iRadar community app. Scanning the horizon, learning how to interpret the radar, coupled with the community app is great. I’ve even learned how to interpret the detector to know when the radar is behind me (which as saved me on 3 occasions).My family…

  2. Nice little Detector for the money Ok, so I started buying a no name Chinese radar detector, all that did was give me a ton of false alerts (hey it was $26, figured I’d try). I still wanted to stay cheap so I was looking to get something around $100, this was a bit over but seemed to have a ton of features including the iRadar app. Was initially thrown off by mediocre reviews on some radar enthusiast sites but when you did in the big things they complain about are that the unit doesn’t have speed adjusting sensitivity or the…

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