I say grab the DFR7 to have some kind of protection. What if Theia doesn’t come out until summer or later? I can’t imagine driving without a detector for five miles, never mind months! You can always sell the DFR7 when Theia arrives or keep it as a backup and/or rental car/travel companion.
Good instincts. It will help you get a better feel for the benefits of Theia when you transition in the future while giving you the CM insurance you need now.
Wow, if you're looking at Theia and running both Waze and JBV1 in offline mode, clearly you've been doing your research.Have never owned a RD, but am anxiously awaiting Theia. Until then am relying on Waze and Jbv1 offline mode
Pick it up. Better to have a detector than nothing at all. Usually the units have been marked well in Waze (depends where in PA you are). Pay close attention to the k band signals
I work in Philadelphia and travel 95, 476 and 76 usually around rush hour so it is hard to accelerate too much anyway. But my new civic type r may attract police attention so I want to be aware.Pick it up. Better to have a detector than nothing at all. Usually the units have been marked well in Waze (depends where in PA you are). Pay close attention to the k band signals