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Posted by Chris in Atlanta on February 07, 2000 at 10:44:03:

In Reply to: laser jammers, got a question.... posted by peterNJ on February 07, 2000 at 09:32:06:

I have done a fair amount of searching on the net on this topic. Have found some interesting stuff. There are a lot of laser jammers sold, but only a few actually work. Independant tests show that those that work, work well.

The two that are listed as functional are the Blinder (always on), and the Lidatek Laser Echo, which detects and pulses.

The old model Blinder was the M6, I believe. They tested the new model M10 as much better. I am uncomfortabel with a unit such as the blinder that has no alarm. Though, I suppose, since the cop has to be right on the highway to track you, that isn't so bad.

They are using laser a lot where I live, so I am considering this too.
: I went to get a new cell phone at my local audio place, you know the kind, where the rice boys hang. Any way I saw this product called Blinders. It came with two units rear and front and it wires into a switched power source and stays on.

: It supposedly inteferes with laser type speed acquiring devices. It's made in Europe, Scandinavia I think. The instructions said to test, look through a cam corder view finder to see if the units are emitting light.

: Snake oil or what?

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