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US $70.00

Hanover, Pennsylvania, US

Hanover, Pennsylvania, US
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The XRS 888 14-Band Radar Detector by Cobra detects features LaserEye for 360° detection of laser signals, Xtreme Range Superheterodyne Technology for extra detection range plus IntelliMute system to virtually eliminate false alerts and is undetectable to both VG-2 and Spectre 1 detectors. As if you could want any more from your detector, the XRS 888 also offers a safety alert for emergency vehicles and road hazards, voice alert, a signal strength meter, pop mode protection, city and highway modes and an ultra-bright data display. Xtreme Range Super Heterodyne Technology Provides Extra Detection Range Pop Mode Protection Intellimute System Virtually Eliminates False Alerts Evoice Alert Lasereye Provides 360¡ Detection Of Laser Signals Safety Alert Warns Driver Of Emergency Vehicles and Road Hazards Vg-2 Alert Vg-2 Undetectable Spectre Alert Spectre Undetectable Eultra-bright Data Display City and Highway Modes Edigital Signal Strength Meter Product Features Xtreme Range Superheterodyne Technology provides extra detection range Pop mode protection LaserEye provides 360-degree detection of laser signals VG-2 alert/VG-2 undetectable, Spectre alert/Spectre undetectable City and highway modes

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