Hi from Belgium --- and then of course the Redflex NK7 dual radar / nice pic inlcuded

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Hi, new member here from Belgium. I live in the country side, where it is a joy to blast around the small, twisty roads.

However, also where I live, the government has purchase a "garbage bin radar", which is the RedFlex NK7 (I guess dual radar?).

What is the latest on trying detecting these? (all the posts I found suggest they are a *bitch* to detect...)

Many thanks!

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welcome to the forum. Remember this is the introduction and welcoming section. So if you are asking questions then you need to go to the appropriate section.
 
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Sorry you have to deal with that
In America
For a few packs of bubblegum and some new Air Jordans those trashy cameras would be properly disposed of by the local neighborhood children
 

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Redflex is hard to detect.

The V1, redline proa International, radenso pro-m give about 100-200m warning on a good day.

Some have said mounting your detector vertically improves detection.