Inforad GPS Speed Camera Detector Now: £19.99 Free Del [Was: £35.00] - Woolworths + Quidco - HotUKDeals
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£20 or points and HIGH insurance, worth a punt :)
Stay safe out on the road with the Inforad GPS speed camera warning system. Designed to help protect against accidentally incurring penalty points when driving in the UK and abroad. Inforad covers fixed speed cameras in the UK, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg.
Features:
Latest generation, high-sensitivity GPS
Can be used simultaneously as a GPS receiver for navigation applications operating on PC or Pocket PC (optional cable available)
Simple, easy to understand LED and audio alarms
Plus and go straight out of the box
Supports 12/24V power supply
Personalised risk areas can be added to the database
Database can be updated with a normal Internet connection (USB lead supplied)
Updates are free for the first year
Unique ID numbers which can be used to deactivate Inforads if they are reported stolen.

Here come the 'I never speed' brigade ;) ........ yeah sure
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#2
I will go and have a look at this. Looks quite large, I wonder if it fits on the dash board as mine slopes quite a bit. Never mind, will go an look - Thanks.
#3
If you look at that dial that has numbers on you wont need one of these cold cold cold
#4
tim allen;2612942
If you look at that dial that has numbers on you wont need one of these cold cold cold


Hmm...yes...save yourself £20 AND points/high insurance - just don't go over the speed limit! :w00t:
#5
tim allen
If you look at that dial that has numbers on you wont need one of these cold cold cold


I knew it wouldn't be long before the Sunday drivers were out telling you to watch your speedo and drive slowly!
#6
gifteddante;2612947
I knew it wouldn't be long before the Sunday drivers were out telling you to watch your speedo and drive slowly!


Who said 'drive slowly'? Nobody. Just don't drive over what you're supposed to.

I knew it wouldn't be long before the boy racers were out. :p
#7
BristolDeal
Who said 'drive slowly'? Nobody. Just don't drive over what you're supposed to.

I knew it wouldn't be long before the boy racers were out. :p



LOL I'm no boy racer, family man with a 1.4 Scenic!
#8
tim allen
If you look at that dial that has numbers on you wont need one of these cold cold cold


I think your looking at the clock http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/2551636iA66UC283318M.jpg ;-)

My dial with numbers on frequently has the pointy stick on 6 in the red area causing the engine to make a bit of noise and the car to go faster :? amazing hey :)
#9
tim allen
If you look at that dial that has numbers on you wont need one of these cold cold cold


I think you may have failed to understand the concept of this website. People should probably decide whether something is a bargain or not based purely on price. It's really nothing to do with whether someone feels they would buy it or not and nothing to do with whether it is (in your eyes) morally wrong or whatever .... Is it a hot deal or not ?

It's like me voting cold on half-price Tampons just because I'm a man ... Doh !
#10
Good price especially if it can be used as a gps receiver (or so it claims
Can be used simultaneously as a GPS receiver for navigation applications operating on PC or Pocket PC
)

My Navigo has speed camera updates, the ones I need on the M25, else I would of gone for this

Heat added
#11
tim allen
If you look at that dial that has numbers on you wont need one of these cold cold cold


BristolDeal
Who said 'drive slowly'? Nobody. Just don't drive over what you're supposed to.

I knew it wouldn't be long before the boy racers were out. :p


Doesnt it just make you laugh!!
Its as if these guys have never strayed 3 m.p.h. over the speed limit at any time during their lives.
THAT is all it takes to get a £60 fine and 3 points these days.

Get real eh?

Voted Hot.
banned#12
Very good price,voted hot.These devises even warn you on other areas like schools and hospitals not just speed cameras.great find big-boy
#13
babybop
I will go and have a look at this. Looks quite large, I wonder if it fits on the dash board as mine slopes quite a bit. Never mind, will go an look - Thanks.


I've got one of these and it has a velcro 'thingy' to keep it in position on dashboard.
#14
££ JASE ££;2613122
Doesnt it just make you laugh!!
Its as if these guys have never strayed 3 m.p.h. over the speed limit at any time during their lives.
THAT is all it takes to get a £60 fine and 3 points these days.

Get real eh?

Voted Hot.


Of course I stray over the speed limit - but not when there is a camera there. :roll: You know, those bright yellow cameras which are clearly visible to anyone paying attention. The ones that have signs up beforehand warning you they're coming. The ones which you have to be blind to not see without having to spend money on a device such as this. ;-)
#15
BristolDeal
Of course I stray over the speed limit - but not when there is a camera there. :roll: You know, those bright yellow cameras which are clearly visible to anyone paying attention. The ones that have signs up beforehand warning you they're coming. The ones which you have to be blind to not see without having to spend money on a device such as this. ;-)


I don't know about you but not all of them are as visible as you say... I know there is a requirement for speed cameras to be made adequately visible and with an appropriate sign but that isn't always the case. So good find, voted hot
#16
good find, heat added, get here as fast as you can without getting pinched!
#17
I have one of these and I never use it, only warns of fixed cameras and not possible mobile sites. I have a Talex lite its far from perfect but I find it much better than the inforad
#18
Back to the deal... :roll:

Does this have updates available and if so do you have to pay? (how much)

thanks :thumbsup:
#19
could save your licence, the updates are only £19.99 for the life of the machine, definitely worth the score. voted hot. Thanks
#20
10% +2mph in Yorkshire
#21
Most GPS satnavs have the ability to warn you of speed cameras better than this thing. If it actually detected the speed camera (laser detection etc) then it would be hot. This thing only warns you of fixed cameras
#22
BristolDeal
Of course I stray over the speed limit - but not when there is a camera there. :roll: You know, those bright yellow cameras which are clearly visible to anyone paying attention. The ones that have signs up beforehand warning you they're coming. The ones which you have to be blind to not see without having to spend money on a device such as this. ;-)


Speed cameras only have to be yellow if the money from the fines they generate is being used for local policing under the proceeds of crime act. Otherwise they're grey, dont have to be visible and when you're in an unfamiliar area are easily missed ;-)
#23
Hot :thumbsup:
#24
Codify
Most GPS satnavs have the ability to warn you of speed cameras better than this thing. If it actually detected the speed camera (laser detection etc) then it would be hot. This thing only warns you of fixed cameras


True if you already own a SatNav that can do this. Plus with most laser detecters if it has given you a warning it will most probably be too late as the laser will have read your speed. I don't think you can expect too much for this sort of money.
#25
phproxy
10% +2mph in Yorkshire



Its worth noting that this is the speed that you will be prosecuted. A mate was caught by a gatso doing 57mph on a 50mph road , which is a ******. I suspect this rule is country wide, although I am not sure whether it is UK wide ...
#26
I have had one of these for a couple of years,cost me £70 then but for 20 notes you cant go wrong.
#27
What are all you guys doing here on a Sunday morning? Your supposed to be holding me up in a traffic jam right about now. ;-D
#28
[COLOR="Navy"]Excellent price - voted hot - BUT the link just gives me an error (and not a very informative one either; it just says "ERROR"!)[/COLOR]
#29
http://www.sciuridae.co.uk/technology/inforad.htm a review if anyones interested, voted hot.
http://www.ukspeedtraps.co.uk/inforad.htm more helpful info
#30
Voted hot but to add my 2ps worth:

BristolDeal;2613196
Of course I stray over the speed limit - but not when there is a camera there. :roll: You know, those bright yellow cameras which are clearly visible to anyone paying attention. The ones that have signs up beforehand warning you they're coming. The ones which you have to be blind to not see without having to spend money on a device such as this. ;-)


:-D:-D:-D Are you talking about driving in th UK ? Because it doesn't sound like the country I drive in. I ALWAYS stick to the speed limit in built up areas, and to be completely honest I do between 60-70 on the motorway because my car is so old (1993) but it's complete fantasy to suggest people should use the Camera 'signs' as an indication of where the cameras actually ARE - the signs are everywhere regardless of if a camera exists or not. Also many cameras ARE NOT painted bright yellow. As for speed being an issue in most accidents - ofcourse it is but so is an idiot driving, the two aren't mutually exclusive.

In the real world lots of people make personal judgements every day about what is the right way to act in any situation, and they make the correct decisions - for the rest of the population there's the Govt (with your best interests at heart ofcourse) telling you not to eat butter / not to drink / or sorry drink in moderation / sorry sorry nope don't drink / oh ok drink but only half a glass of wine etc etc.

If poeple take the **** then I say **** em, get em off the road and good riddance but the vast majority of speeding tickets aren't given to the half-wits doing 50 in a 30 - they're given to people doing 77mph on a motorway or 44 on a dual carriageway.
#31
Taken a punt. Gotta be worth a try!

Heat+
#32
phproxy
10% +2mph in Yorkshire


I believe this is a guideline for Police officers when operating speed traps. Thousands of people across the country are fined for driving even 2/3 mph over the limit by fixed cameras.
#33
can this be used as a gps receiver via bluetooth for a nokia phone (n73) with nokia maps etc.?
#34
friendlyfire321
I believe this is a guideline for Police officers when operating speed traps. Thousands of people across the country are fined for driving even 2/3 mph over the limit by fixed cameras.


I agree, I know someone who was penalised for going 32mph in a 30mph area in deepest darkest Yorkshire.
#35
Damn, looks like the woolworths site is down!
#36
Good price, bit ugly though!

God only knows how I have managed to avoid a speed ticket in the 12 years I have been driving :whistling:

Think of the children! speeding isn't cool.

But it IS fun :-D
#37
I wonder who is more likely to kill a child...

1. Someone driving at 35mph with full concentration on the road ahead, looking out for hazards such as children playing with a football on the pavement

2. Someone driving at 30mph with their eyes on the speedo, paying little or no attention to the road

It often makes me think :thinking:
#38
imroberts
I wonder who is more likely to kill a child...

1. Someone driving at 35mph with full concentration on the road ahead, looking out for hazards such as children playing with a football on the pavement

2. Someone driving at 30mph with their eyes on the speedo, paying little or no attention to the road

It often makes me think :thinking:


Both:-(
#39
not at all interested in the morality issues regarding this item. good price VOted HoT
#40
poker_face
not at all interested in the morality issues regarding this item. good price VOted HoT

I've voted this hot too.

Bought one of these a couple of years ago when it was reduced to £40. Cheap build quality but does a good job :)

Also has some cool features like a built in datalogger. You can enable this from a computer, leave the Inforad in your car for a couple of weeks, then connect it back to your computer. You then have the facility to export the data, print a map of where your car has been, you can even view your minimum, average, maximum speed and stuff if I remember rightly.

Bargain for £20 :-D

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