.... which one should I use? The coiled or the telephone cable?
I grabbed my case last weekend and jumped into a non-RD equipped car.
V1 gen 1
V1 visor mount
V1 coiled cord
V1 dual port power adapter
(My suction cup is BlendMounted in my car)
Setup in the vehicle was smooth...
I’ve had the smaller one for a while for a some gopros. I’ve always wanted more room and got the larger one from the link above, for more gopros.
But here is some inspiration for you. Again, use kaizen foam, which I cut to fit in there and that’s a Samsung S6
Has anyone reported that V1D, on Ford Sync, will “make a call” on an alert if the head unit is set to radio? Nearest I can tell it goes into phone mode, overriding the radio, then back to radio mode when the alert is over.
It has done this since the day I got V1D a couple of years ago, in two...
Damn those who use adhesives in heat challenged designs.
Detector body, flexible display/cover, snap in bezel with lip to hold down display.
Though my V1G1 has done fine hanging on its blend mount in south Florida.
Damn those who use THE WRONG adhesives in heat challenged designs.
If that were me I’d get either sort of GoPro carry case below
https://amzn.to/2MVtspG (slightly smaller despite the price)
and get some 20mm kaizen foam.
I would then trace the shape of each larger item into the foam and cut part way through, to leave some foam on...
There's been about four experiences with lidar.
Two involved a car ahead that got hit and triggered my V1
The other two were:
a strange car profile on the side of the road, me thinking that must be an officer standing with the car door open aiming something at me and me slowing down from...
My V1G1 falses with direct and near-direct (ie a low sun) but has otherwise alerted me in time for a real lidar hit (by having hit the earlier car)
Hope the V2 is similar or better.
Fortunately laser requires them to be upright. You can tell when a car/motorcycle on the side of the road is a...