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Radar Detector Cobra Xrs-9330, Extreme Range 12 Digital Band, 360 Degrees Laser on


Europe, Rybnitsa, Moldova

Europe, Rybnitsa, Moldova
“This radar detector is used and is in good working order. It has scuffs/scratches from general use”
Alert Type:Audio/Visual Model:XRS 9330 Brand:Cobra

This radar detector is used and is in good working order. It has scuffs/scratches from general use (See Pictures).

Package includes:
1 x Car Radar Detectors
1 x Car Charger

The cord was broken, but repaired (see photo)

Please Note: What's NOT Included: Any other accessories

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