Radenso Pro M Radar Review ! An Extreme Range Detector
Windshield radars are getting more and more expensive nowadays, so you have to make sure that you will get something that is worth its price. But how will you know if it works perfectly until you buy it, right? Do not fret since we will review a specific car radar for you so that you will not make a big mistake or huge waste of money again.
We will take a look at Radenso Pro M Radar as it claims to have such an extreme range that it can go farther than the leading brand. For those of you who are familiar with using such a device, you know that range is an important thing. It could be the determining factor of whether you get pulled over by a police car or if you have time to slow down.
Another thing to note about range is that it makes a huge difference especially if you are driving in a mountainous region or an off-axis direction. Car radars that are not of high quality will not be able to detect any speed radars in this case. Hence, if the Radenso Pro M Radar is as good as it markets itself to be, then that should not be a problem.
Let us find out if it is truly the best in that aspect.
Radenso Pro M Radar
The Radenso Pro M Radar has a sleek squoval design with three buttons at the top. Each button has a dual purpose. Other than that, it has a simple display screen that is colored, and it boasts about its extreme range detection brought about by MultaRadar Detection (MRCD, MRCT) and Laser Detection systems.
- Has GPS lockouts
- Autolearn technology
- Amber-colored OLED screen
- Has a one-year ticket free guarantee
- Auto-muting mode for low-speed GPS
- Alerts for red lights and speed cameras
- Voice alerts which have 260 message variants
- Three display modes: Smart Dark, Dim, Bright
- Comes with free updates for camera database and firmware
- Filter for blind spot monitor and traffic sensor rejection false alerts
- Comes with a case, two suction cup mounts, cigarette charger cable, user manual, and USB cable
- Works quietly
- Prompt alerts
- Great customer service
- Easy to set up and use
- Portable and lightweight
- Easy on the eyes display
- Good quality accessories
- Has a very powerful range
- Can operate independently
- No need to set indicator points
- False filtering system works perfectly
- Adjustable settings are easy to manipulate
- Has high stealth against radar detector detectors like VG2 and Spectre Elite
- Faulty AutoCity mode
- Detects K signals from other cars
- Default settings are too technical
The Radenso Pro M Radar is a sleek, lightweight and stylish product that you can easily install in your car. It has a display screen that can be easily read even in the dark. Additionally, it has settings that are customizable.
It prides itself as to having the farthest range in detecting speed radars. At the same time, its excellence in the range is not only measured by the distance, but also by depth as it can perform great even if there are mountains or other big formations. Further, its filtering system is great to the extent that it will not annoy the hell out of you as your alerts will be refined.
More than that, it has an autolearn technology that will take note of your previously pressed indicator and other filtered signal alerts. With regards to the filter system that we mentioned before, do take into consideration that this product cannot effectively filter out K signals from other cars, no matter how often you customize the settings. Lastly, your purchase will also include all accessories that are needed to mount this to the windshield and to charge it.
Comparison with the Whistler XTR-130 Laser Radar Detector
The Whistler XTR-130 Laser Radar Detector has the same look with the Radenso Pro M Radar. As for its features, you will find that they are both the same except for laser detection.
One would think that the Whistler can be an alternative for the Radenso, but the truth is, the former is just all talk. In fact, it has a lot of claims, but in terms of range and accuracy, what you will really get is next to nothing.
The one from Whistler have simpler controls and a more "in-your-face" display screen, but it is the kind of radar that will get you into serious problems. Not only do you have to keep on pressing the mute button, but it practically keeps on going off with every car that has a radar which you will encounter on the road. You just might be driven out of your wits that you will just throw the device out of the car window.
As for the one from Radenso, it delivers on almost all of its claims. What is great about it is its range and accuracy in providing alerts. Although it is not as excellent in filtering out KA signals, still, it does not go off every time there is an approaching vehicle. Last but not the least, and this one is probably the nail to the coffin of Whistler, is the fact that the one from Radenso does its job well.
The Radenso Pro M Radar is truly the best in terms of range. It can support you on mountainous drives or even the busiest of cities. Its powerful detecting technology will really put you at ease in terms of monitoring your speed. At the same time, you will not go through the hassle of mapping out certain indicators.
Although it delivers well in range, the fact that its powerful filter system cannot filter out KA signals is a cause for concern because it means that it is a programming issue. Probably, for the next model, the company can improve on that. Other than that, you really will not encounter other major problems.
When you purchase this, do remember that you should not abuse its use. Even though it is tempting to speed off on the highway, do follow traffic rules and exercise caution while driving.