Beltronics Gx65....same As Escort 9500ix on 2040-parts.com
Painesville, Ohio, United States
Used Beltronics GX 65, This is the lesser known brother to the Escort 9500ix. It shares the same circuitry as the 9500ix. There is one feature that is different between the two detectors, that is the way the false alarms are stored. Both units have gps to lock out known false alarms, (like automatic doors and some store alarms ect...) but with the GX 65, you must manually press the lockout button when you run across these false signals, whereas the escort will do it automatically after it "sees" the false signal three times, or you can do it manually like the GX 65. That's it, otherwise they are the same. Unit is in very good cosmetic condition and perfect operational condition. Free shipping to the contiguous US, Alaska and Hawaii Add $7.50. Check my feedback and bid with confidence. Money back if item is not as I described. Thanks for looking
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