This is my first post on this forum, after lurking on several laser/radar forums for a little while. A little note on where I'm standing: I've got a Blinder M25 + GPS mirror for my car, and Blinder M25 + AudioNode for my bike. So far I've only run into one laser speedtrap, and the Blinders worked as advertized. I live in Norway, and the only two current threats are speed cameras (no radar, just weight sensors in the ground) and the old LTI20-20. So I reckon I've got my @$$ covered with a pair of decent jammers and speed camera alerts from the GPS mirror.
Anyway, I've been googling around for a few days, trying to identify what is the best laser protection that money can buy. I've been looking at Blinder, LaserMask, LaserStar and Laser Park Pro.
And now onto what the topic is all about: There are sooo many different opinions, so many accusations of cloned products, non-independant tests and scams, people calling each other goons, clowns etc. Some say you can only trust in SML test results, other look to GoL for devine guidance. And some won't trust either of them. Exactely how am I supposed to figure out what Laser Jammer that is the most efficient?
Blinder got a 97% jamming efficiency rating from SML, but this was way back in 2003. LaserMask got a 95% jamming efficiency rating from SML last year.
But what's up with Laser Star? I sent them an e-mail, asking for some independant 3d party test results/reviews, but they refused to show any documentation. They only assured me that the units had been "fully tested" and that they were sold by Snooper in UK, one of the biggest retailers.. Yeah, whatever.
Would anybody care to explain why there is so much bashing and flaming and dissing envolved when discussing different laser jammer products?
Final question: I read somewhere that GoL has recently conducted a comprehensive test of jammers. When will these results be published?