Classic Radar™ (Model PR1000)

The Pocket Radar Classic model is a pocket-sized basic speed radar gun for use when measuring anything in motion for over 1 second. You decide what to measure and when to accurately monitor the speeds of vehicles, radio controlled planes/cars, runners and any other moving object from 7-375 MPH (11-600 KPH).  

NOTE: NOT INTENDED FOR BALL SPORTS OR COMPATIBLE WITH APP

Product Includes: Radar, Hard-shell Case, Wrist Strap, 2 AAA alkaline batteries and Quick Start Guide

Great for vehicle speeds, r/c hobbies, runner speed, motorsports, neighborhood safety, industrial safety, scientific research and much more

Product Specs and Features



Classic Model in Action

Customer Reviews

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Jeffrey A Prete
great device

Works great. I use it to watch speed of ATVs on the trails.

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Alexander Foxx
Confirmed my suspicions and prompted me to take action

Living in rural Northwest Washington for several years now, I’ve noticed an increasing disregard for the posted 35 m.p.h. speed limit on our neighborhood’s roads. The Classic Radar Model PR1000 confirmed this observation and helped convince the local county traffic authorities to take action. At this writing, I’m looking at, from my front porch, a county speed radar device. The offenders are slowing down now. THANK YOU Pocket Radar. By the way, the Classic Radar PR1000 is spot on with the “official” county radar.

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Mark Wilson
Great tool for spot speed surveys

Works well, particularly when traffic is light. Very responsive and accurate.

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Cecil Hussey
Awesome Product

We live in a resort with many pedestrians, children, small dogs. People are free to use their golf carts and cars. The speed limit is 10MPH. These units have made it easy to embarrass residents to slow down without confrontation. Just step out and show them their speed. The range is as advertised. Awesome product to help slow traffic.

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Jeremy goble
Fantastic product

I have no complaints. Fantastic product. Does everything it says it's supposed to and very accurate. As long as you follow the directions.

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