Thanks. That was exactly the entertainment I was looking for.He already did a review of the previous model here Rocky Mountain Radar Judge Radar Detector Review - Vortex Radar
Somehow I doubt they have made any real advancements in their “radar scrambling” capabilities with the new model. I would rather Vortex not even support them by purchasing a test unit based on the results from the first one.
Wow, I’m shocked they somehow found a way to screw people more. I’m not exactly sure how this company is still operating anyway. Apparently nobody has the time and/or energy to report their shady business practices to an authority.You know what we should talk about? The Rocky Mountain Radar subscription service
Stupid now comes in the form of a monthly subscription.
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I actually saw this back in March two days after it was posted... but didn’t comment on it because I really didn’t know what to think. Part of me was waiting for RMR to announce bankruptcy or claim their site was hacked.
The way the payments are setup, they never lose money. You’re paying $130 for initial signup, $30 for shipping, and another $10/mo with a minimum commitment of 6 months. That’s $220. Cancel early before 6 months and they charge you an extra $100, so you’re better off waiting for the first six months to cancel.
My mind is going in so many places with this. I dare not say anything because I just can’t fathom the people falling for this “technology”. Plenty of testing has been done on RMR’s claims or stealth undetectability, radar jamming, and lidar jamming. It’s hogwash. But I suppose in the world there are bound to be those who want to blindly pay for “peace of mind”. They think their RMR works, so they blow by the rest of us on the freeway. Meanwhile we just use them as rabbits until they get painted and lit up, then there is another “ignorance is bliss” RMR-toting driver ready to step up for their turn to get burned.
How does the saying go? “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me repeatedly, time and time over again, with a subscription model and I must be really freaking stupid.”
A tongue in cheek review for April 1?
Since 2011, they've just been reusing old FCC IDs on all of their "new" detectors: Rocky Mountain Radar "The Judge"Back to the FCC case. The FCC tested the RMR C450 and found it to be intentionally emitting interference. RMR was fined and then prohibited from manufacturing or selling the RMR C450. They quickly made a new “complying” model, the C495 to appease the FCC. Meanwhile they keep up their sales pitches about jamming radar.
So there is the whole issue of what happened in 2017. After Vortex did his videos on RMR in 2017, RMR called all their followers to come out and "right the wrongs" that had been done against them. They flooded Amazon reviews with their own reviews on the devices, and marked all the critical reviews as spam. They ended up getting Vortex's review removed, but went one step further and removed ALL of Vortex's reviews on Amazon about any product ever. The pendulum swings both ways.
Look at some of his older vids. He's done one in the past.