Category: Valentine Radar Detectors

Deep Dive Review: Valentine One V1connection for iPhone or Android with Custom Sweeps, PART IV

Deep Dive Review: Valentine One V1 connection, Part IV Valentine 1 v3.894, V1 Connection LE, Custom Sweeps Detection Performance The Value of Band Segmentation to Improve Alerting Performance A little more than six years ago when was road-testing the first M3-based Beltronics STi-R remote radar detector, I first discovered and published what may turn out …

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Deep Dive Review: Valentine One v3.893 with V1connection for iPhone or Android with Custom Sweeps, PART II

Deep Dive Review: Valentine One V1 connection, Part II Introduction Let’s start with a very brief introduction of yours truly. I’m a passionate Oenophile, which in lay terms means I’m lover of  fine wine (as is Robert Rosania). While I have found past iterations of the V1 to be quaffable, they haven’t quite been transcendent.  …

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Deep Dive Review: Valentine One v3.893 with V1connection for iPhone or Android with Custom Sweeps, PART I

Deep Dive Valentine One Review (Summary Conclusion), Part I Updated: 4-27-15* Part I of this series represents my review summation in just three short words, the conclusion of the full deep-dive review to follow. But, I have received some pushback online, from those who have misinterpreted my brief summation (as an ad) which, up until …

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Valentine Research: Does the next decade belong to Mike Valentine?

Updated: 1721Z-5, 12 Apr 14, By Veil Guy Not so long ago, I proclaimed that the last decade belonged to Escort and for good reason.  In that span of time the combined organizations of Beltronics and Escort gave us the first (fully realized) GPS-enabled game-changing radar detector (Passport 9500i), the first RDD undetectable radar detector …

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Valentine 1 versus Escort Redline Review, Part II

Valentine 1 versus Escort Redline Review Part II The “rivalry” that has existed between these two leading radar detector manufacturers (Escort and Valentine) goes back quite a while. Yes, there have been legions in both camps, to be sure. Each passionate about their particular shared-principles. Each defining the other (often in destructive terms). Each, at …

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