Whistler CR93 Optimum Performance Laser/Radar Detector w/ Internal GPS

Walmart # 550651545
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Whistler CR93 Optimum Performance Laser/Radar Detector w/ Internal GPS

Walmart # 550651545
$131.88$131.88
$161.92
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<p>The Whistler CR93 Laser/Radar Detector features an internal GPS and a bilingual blue OLED text display. It also features Traffic Flow Signal Rejection TFSR that helps to eliminate alerts from radar-based traffic flow sensors yet provides 360 coverage, detecting from the front, sides and rear. And the Stay Alert technology helps keep you functioning at your best while you're behind the wheel.</p> <p><br /></p> <p></p>

About This Item

  • Maximum High performance
  • Internal GPS
  • Ka Max Mode
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Excellent Performance & Features at a Value Price

This detector is the first we've owned to include SO MANY accessories and features - even GPS traffic camera notifications! INCLUDED in the box: detector, accessory plug with additional USB port built-in so you can still charge/run other devices from the same plug-in, hardwire install cord (if you prefer that option), dash pad/mat AND a suction cup windshield mount. Have yet to have any false alerts and gone are the days of the continual beeping when near new vehicles with safety radar systems (Audi, Kia/Hyundai, GM, etc.). With the excellent new feature set and customizable options it's the most feature packed detector for the price in the marketplace, period. Would definitely recommend this for anyone who is considering purchasing a new detector. A++

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Having seen a mixture of positive and negative reviews for this radar detector (and detectors in general), I can so far say that it has been great. It has a lot of customisation options, picks up laser and all types of radar, and is very good it distinguishing the different types (as some types are more likely to be garage door remotes etc that are not a concern). It also has GPS built in which allows it to learn where false alarms are, for example if you drive past somebody's house with a garage remote that triggers the radar frequently, after a while the unit realises that it's always there and is not actual speed detection radar so it will stop warning you about it. I personally have not had it long enough to verify this function but I thought it sounded pretty useful.

Whistler CR93 radar/laser detector

Very good detector, especially for its price. I also have a previous model (CR90) and like it so well that I got this one for our other car. It effectively filters out false alarms caused by other cars' radar cruise controls and collision avoidance systems which fool most other detectors. That makes this unit a "quiet" detector. When it alerts you, it is almost always from police radar or laser. Most expensive detectors do no better. There is a large list of adjustments and filters by which you can fine tune the unit to suit your particular situation and tastes. The default settings are good, but the adjustments made it even better for me.

Super Awesome!

Awesome detector. Some false alarms, but really came through when it mattered and saved me from a lot of speed traps. Great range, too... A must have for any road trip. Packed with features, too!

Don't do it! Seriously, you'll waste your money.

I've had this radar for a week now and will be returning it tonight. The mixed reviews had me on the fence but I could not pass up the good sale price because of how high the MSRP on the manufacturer website is. But here are reasons why I almost chucked it out of the window: Super cheap build quality, seriously, it's worse than a 50$ Cobra The power port is so worthless, any handling while the detector is on resets it. Plastic is very cheap and resonates with the speaker way too much making sound quality distorted This thing is suppose to filter out false alerts but it goes off AT EVERYTHING!!! Literally a week of false alerts at every other stoplight, my phone (yes, I said my phone. Every time screen turned on this thing screamed Laser), plus whenever it would decide to filter out field disturbance sensors it would take at least 3 seconds of it going off before it realized that it's suppose to filter it. Overall I'm very disappointed in Whistler. I've had the same old Whistler unit for 13 years and wanted to upgrade to something that filter out the lane sensor garbage while not breaking the bank on a $500 Escort. Whistler needs a lot more work to be done.
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