Whistler CR85 High Performance Laser Radar Detector: 360 Degree Protection and Voice Alerts

The Whistler CR85 laser radar detector is a high performance, professional grade dash model which detects all new lasers used in North America. It delivers 360 degrees of complete perimeter protection, detecting signals from the front, sides, and rear. The high gain lens provides an increased field of view, as well as a longer range of detection. With total band protection, the Whistler CR85 will detect X band, K band, Super Wideband Ka, and total laser protection; including Laser Atlanta Stealth mode, Laser Ally, and LTI TruSpeed S. Features Radar Signature ID (RSID) which is a Ka band radar identifier that displays Ka 33.8, 34.0, 34.3, 34.7, or 35.5 when detecting these Ka speed radar systems. Laser Signature ID (LSID) indicates the Pulses Per Second (PPS) transmitted by speed laser or other forms of laser sources. The POP Mode detection is an advanced speed detection capability that responds to brief bursts of radar. Traffic Flow Signal Rejection (TFSR) helps eliminate alerts from radar based traffic flow sensors and 3 filter modes reduce false alerts caused from other radar detectors. The low emission design makes it difficult to be detected by VG-2 and other radar detector detectors. This laser radar detector features real voice alerts and a blue OLED text display that shows alerts and signal strength. Flashing blue LED lights provide an additional visual notification. The Whistler CR85 measures 4.93″ L x 3.12″ W x 1.31″ H, weighs 0.39 lbs., and includes a 12V power cord and a windshield bracket kit.

Product Features

  • Provides 360 degrees of complete perimeter protection, detecting signals from the front, sides, and rear
  • Detects X band, K band, Super Wideband Ka, and total laser protection including Laser Atlanta Stealth mode, Laser Ally, and LTI TruSpeed S
  • Features Radar Signature ID (RSID), Laser Signature ID (LSID), and POP Mode, an advanced speed detection capability that responds to brief bursts of radar
  • Traffic Flow Signal Rejection (TFSR) helps eliminate alerts from radar based traffic flow sensors and 3 filter modes reduce false alerts
  • Real voice alerts and a blue OLED text display that shows alerts and signal strength; Includes a 12V power cord and a windshield bracket kit

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3 Responses to Whistler CR85 High Performance Laser Radar Detector: 360 Degree Protection and Voice Alerts

  1. Odd Pedestrian says:

    Great detector I pushed it to the limit? Got reassigned from nc to Alaska and had to drive one of my two cars myself to get there, it was brutal but here is how it worked.my configs: all bands on KA set to maxid, tfsr on, no pop. I traveled at a minimum 10 over max 20 overNC- nothingVA- cops everywhere thing picked every single one of them around corners and hills, had to set it on the dash cause its illegal there much harder to see and it still worked well.WV- nothing meaning didn’t see copsOhio-…

  2. Josh Wardell says:

    Best of the budget detectors Whistler has done a great job adding advanced features and options to its detector lineup, as well as continuously improving their detection abilities, and the CR90 is their top of the line. It does not compare to a true $500 detector, which I strongly suggest to anyone if they can afford it (like the Escort Max or the V1), but for less than half the price the CR90 does a great job. I’ve been running the CR90 for a few months now and I’m mostly impressed. Unlike most other budget detectors, it…

  3. Anonymous says:

    As compared to Beltronic Pro 100 this has bit less of performance. I get more false positive using this CR70 but at half the price, this is perfectly acceptable performance. In comparison test in the same route, the CR70 tends to give more false positive on security systems, the car ranging system (distance and car collision avoidance system).The unit replaced Whistler XTR-555, which died untimely early death (speakers made no more sounds). In comparison with the XTR-555 the…