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Valentine One V1 Radar Detector Windshield Mount By Apceus W/ 2 Suction Cups on


Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Valentine OEM Features:Direct Replacement for OEM Valentine V1 Mount Model:For Valentine V1 Radar Detector Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:QBV1W Alert Type:Direct Replacement for OEM Valentine V1 Mount UPC:683203931427

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Valentine One V1 Radar Detector Windshield Mount by ApCeus

  • Includes FREE USPS First Class Mail shipping with Tracking for Fast 2-3 Day Delivery! 

  • Precision molded V1 Windshield Mounting Clip by ApCeus is an exact replacement for OEM style Valentine clip.

  •  Includes 1 pair of ApCeus Super Grip suction cups - Made In USA! with better retention or suction than OEM without the usage of the annoying metal bar

  • Brand new high quality brand suction cups also fit the suction cup windshield mount included with the Valentine One V1 Radar Detector. 

  • Patented suction Cup Design - Light diffusion rings eliminate the "magnifying glass" effect present with regular suction cups. This feature eliminates the hot light focal points that are generated in bright sunlight which can fade and warp plastic, vinyl, and textile interiors. 

  • Note: the release nub on these suction cups does not have a hole to mount the V1's quick release bar /  wire onto (they are not OEM suction cups). You will not be able to use the annoying release bar with these suction cups.  Picture differ

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