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  1. #1
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    Default No Portable Blinders????

    Is there a product on the market for those of us who don't always drive the same vehicle regularly?? I can't veil every vehicle I drive. Do they have a portable Blinder Unit?

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    Unfortunately only mounted jammers are working. If you need a portable one, you should choose a RMR. You can move it easily, the only small problem is that RMR's never work.

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    Default What's an RMR?

    What's an RMR, and why buy it if it doesn't work???

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    Default Re: What's an RMR?

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe
    What's an RMR, and why buy it if it doesn't work???
    an rmr is rocky mountain radar detector which are crap!

    they claim to scramble all poilce radar and laser legaly using fm chirp!

    roys tested them and they dont work!

    on his site there are videos of him testing one!

    good point about buying on if it doesnt work.....

    avoid rmr if you are given one the best place for it is in the bin!
    nasty but true.... if they were good roy would be selling them! but they arnt and he doesnt....

    stick with the big names and you cant go wrong!

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    Default Re: No Portable Blinders????

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe
    Is there a product on the market for those of us who don't always drive the same vehicle regularly?? I can't veil every vehicle I drive. Do they have a portable Blinder Unit?
    You can adapt the Blinder so that it is a portable unit. You can mount the receivers with heavy duty double sided tape on your car. You can then route the wires through one of the front doors as long as the wires are protected from being cut along the way and securely fastened away from heat and moving parts. You then can power the unit by attaching a it to a cigarette lighter adapter like from Radioshack.

    This would require several minutes to switch between vehicles, but may be worth it if laser is heavily used in your area. Otherwise, you should also get a laser shield for the front plate. One container of Veil will do a lot of applications. I have done the front and rear of my car and it looks like none is missing at all. I estimate that it will do about 12-15 applications easily.

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    Default Good Idea

    I don't run into laser often unless I travel. I will just have to buy some veil. A portable blinder.....it sounds like a money maiker. I would buy one.

 

 

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