Escort iX Long Range Radar Laser Detector, Black

The Escort iX is an intelligent, high performing long rang radar laser detector that possesses early warning and fast response on all radar bands. These radar bands include conventional and instant-on X-band, K-band, SuperWide Ka-band and POP mode. Multiple high performance laser sensors provide maximum laser warning and off-axis protection. It also includes patented anti-falsing technology that uses the power of GPS and the exact frequency to learn and automatically reject unwanted fixed position false alarms. The updatable system automatically reduces false alerts from moving In-Vehicle Technology sources such as collision avoidance systems and adaptive cruise control. Finally, the ability to connect to the ESCORT Live app on your smartphone and use Bluetooth to sync your radar detector for crowd-sourced alerts and ticket prevention.

Product Features

  • The Escort iX is an intelligent, high performing long rang radar laser detector that possesses early warning and fast response on all radar bands. These radar bands include conventional and instant-on X-band, K-band, SuperWide Ka-band and POP mode
  • The Escort iX has superior sensitivity on all conventional and instant-on radar bands plus maximum laser range and off-axis coverage.
  • ESCORT’s standard DSP technology and multiple laser sensors provide earliest warning of speed-monitoring threats.
  • The proprietary anti-falsing design uses the power of GPS to learn and automatically reject fixed position false alarms.
  • It’s sophisticated system automatically reduces false alerts from moving In-Vehicle Technology sources such as collision avoidance systems.

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2 Responses to Escort iX Long Range Radar Laser Detector, Black

  1. Dean! says:

    ~20yr Valentine user tries an Escort for the first time and loves it! This is a review of the Valentine One (V1) vs Escort iX vs Escort Max 360 Radar Detectors.When I graduated high school, I remember saving up for my first radar detector, a Beltronics-something. Back then it was that or Uniden or Cobra. After graduating College, I was able to afford the new gadget on the block, a Valentine One. (This was pre-Laser days) I don’t remember the price, but I’ve noticed they haven’t really changed their prices since the Laser model became standard for…

  2. sagifford says:

    It’s an Escort… nothing else to say!