here for CL version
just releas the new M27 and M47
models Thew new features is including HIGH powered LEDs never
used in Blinder before.The Blinder is also been tweaked to be resistant
to falses and has updated software for better jamming capabilities.
It is also include a parking sensor that can be turned on and off
by a switch if you get pulled by a LEO. Both units will be USB updateable
via the internet and you will be able to turn Laser guns on and
off based on your area such as if you are in the USA you can turn
off European guns and if in Europe you can turn USA guns off...Depending
on the laser enforcement in your area you can customize the unit
for only the guns used in you town...If you want to turn them back
on you can do so by using a multi function switch.....
M27 X-TREME and Blinder M47 X-TREME, at a glance:
Improved laser jamming efficiency
updateable (via USB port on control module)
transponders (can be configured as a parking sensor/garage door
November 20, 2008 by: David B. Toronto, Ontario Canada
a sheriff pull me over to tell me that the jammer is working great
and he could not get a reading! Thanks, David
September 10, 2008 by: Michael G. Kansas City, Missouri USA
I had to write in and tell about Blinder M45 experience. I have
had it installed for 9 months now, and have driven into 9 laser
traps in that time, each time going 10+ over the posted limit. I
have driven through each trap unstopped. Screw the ticket rebate...who
needs it with a Blinder.
Aug 18, 2005 by: JTW
I live in Seattle, WA and was traveling
north bound on I-5 at a rate of 80 in a 60 towards Lynnwood, WA.
All of a sudden this loud noise goes off and I have no idea what's
going on. I remember it's my blinder and quickly slam on my breaks.
I swear to god I was laughing at the same time because I knew the
trooper had a prolaser 3(the easiest gun to jam) and there was no
way in hell he'd be able to get me at any distance. I didn't turn
off the jammer because I was already passing the cop 5 seconds later.
The trooper was sitting in the shadows of an underpass....sneaky.
Aug 18, 2005 by: Sethy
First blinder experiance ever.... Saint Pattys day, I was going
down to UC to party like any college student would. I am cruising
83 in a 55 double fine construction zone. There is no construction,
the signs have been there for more then a year even after the highway
has been finished. All of a sudden, I hear a screetching sound,
and immediatly look at my blinder light. I was in shock at first,
waiting about 2 seconds before I applied the brakes. Right as I
hit about 60, I flipped the blinder off. I changed lanes, and was
looking intesnly for the cop. He was clever, on the right side of
the road by an overpass. What really was exciting, was when he came
out after the car 3 cars behind me while I was in the left lane.
Apparently he didn't have a blinder installed. That one ticket,
after fines and insurance, paid the blinder off.