Traffic (Model PR1000)

This model is specifically designed to accurately monitor the speeds of things that are in motion for several seconds or more like vehicles, runners, radio-controlled cars/planes, etc. This technology has been independently tested and certified accurate by the radar test lab designated by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, (IACP). However, it does not have all the features recommended for Law Enforcement use. This device is NOT intended for Judicial Speed Enforcement applications. 

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





Customer Reviews

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Mark
Good tool

I am using it for speed verification in our community. I am part of the Traffic and Safety Committee. It is a good tool. Small and unobtrusive, no one can see me use it so they don't hit the brakes when they see a radar gun. Now we can have real data on the speeds to work on a plan to improve safety on the roads

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David Littell
Good product!

Since receiving the pocket radar I have been using it for speed control in our campground! Although it doesn't go down to the 5mph that is our speed limit, it's enough to slow down the traffic! The word got around that if you were caught doing more than 8mph you would be asked to leave your golf cart/ or car parked, a second violation means getting booted from the park! Great piece of equipment!

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Steve Gibson
Works great

Nice little unit. Confirms what I knew but now with real data. We have serious speeders! However, a call to local PD with an actual speed brought a cop within minutes. I like it, I just wish it had a rubberized exterior as I feel like I'm going to drop it at times.

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Theodore Gabriel
Pocket Radar - Classic

I had the opportunity to use the Classic model of Pocket Radar this week. I am a retired law enforcement officer who used stationary as well as moving radar. In my retirement mode as a volunteer Fire Police Officer and with Pennsylvania’s Slow Down and Move Over law I wanted to see how the public reacts . Well how does the slowest recorded speed of 45 in posted 55 and highest 76 in a posted 55 with emergency scene established. It is my fervent hope that speed cameras will someday be mounted on emergency vehicles to enforce the issues. There are insufficient law enforcement officers to be able to assist at all high speed emergency scenes.

Highly recommend Pocket Radar.

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charles barrack
Works as advertised

I compared with police radar and was within 1 mph of their results. This unit allowed me to prove to the police chief that people were speeding on our road. They had been telling me we didn't have a speeding problem. The pocket radar gives you powerful information. Thanks,