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1. Introduction
2. The Equipment
3. The Drive/Ride
4. Conclusions
5. Credits
6. Useful Links

Full (Unabridged) Report

1. Introduction
2. What's Included
3. Costs
4. Build Quality
5. Display (Video)
6. Alert Volume (Video)
7. Alert Tones (Video)
8. Alert Gradient
9. Alert Muting
10. Size
11. Adhesion
12. Programming (Video)
13. The Drive/Ride
14. Test Day #1
15. Test Day #2
16. Test Day #3
17. Respite
18. Test Day #4
19. Test Day #5
20. Test Day #6
21. Conclusions
22. Epilogue I
23. Epilogue II
24. Credits
25. Useful Links

Radar Detector Review '05
Unabridged Version 

Valentine One Radar Escort 8500 X50 Beltronics RX65

Adhesion to Windshield / Suction-Cup Bracket / Clip

Both the RX65 Pro and the Escort 8500 X50 have dual-suction cup windshield mounting brackets that really adhere to the windshield in a variety of temperature conditions and allows for ultra-quick radar detector mounting/dismounting.

The Valentine’s dual-suction cup mounting bracket had an occasional difficulty in attaching itself or staying completely attached to the windshield in cold temperatures (like winter mornings in PA).  And this occurred without the radar detector mounted.  The mounting / dismounting of the radar detector [to the bracket] required a bit more care as compared to the other two radar detectors. The Valentine was the only radar detector, though, that was supplied with a visor mounting clip.

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