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Snooper S2 Safety Camera Detector £34.99 from Misco

£34.99 @ Misco
Tells you when you are going too fast near fixed speed cameras - makes you safer by stopping sudden braking - in theory! Free updates for life via PC USB. From the web site: As our roads become i…
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Tells you when you are going too fast near fixed speed cameras - makes you safer by stopping sudden braking - in theory! Free updates for life via PC USB.

From the web site:
As our roads become increasingly busy it is becoming more and more difficult to drive carefully and safely. Even the most conscientious of drivers can have a lapse of concentration which could easily result in a fine and even more seriously, an accident.

The NEW Snooper S2 GPS Safety Camera Detector has been designed to help improve your concentration and to navigate the UK's roads more safely by providing advanced warning of ALL fixed speed safety cameras. What's even more impressive is that you can get this highly sophisticated Camera Alert System plus FREE speed camera updates for life. Using GPS technology the Snooper S2 speed camera detector compares your position to the position of all known danger spots and provides you with an audible and visual alert. The S2 also includes two new features, Auto Ranging and Speed Sensitive visual alerts.

Auto Ranging
You no longer have to set the detection range as the S2 automatically calculates the distance required depending on the speed limit. 200m pre-warning of a camera in a 30mph zone up to 500m pre-warning in a 70mph zone.

S.P.A. Technology
New Speed Sensitive Alerts means that you can safely and easily keep a check on your speed. When approaching a Speed Safety Camera or High Risk Zone the S2 will flash the red LED's if you are over the limit or the blue LED's if you are under the limit ensuring that you are always travelling at the correct speed. Upgrades quickly and easily from your PC using Enigma Databases ensuring your highest concentration at all times.

* Gatso & Truvelo Cameras
* Watchman
* MCS (Multi Camera System)
* Speedcurb
* SPECs average speed
* Roadwork cameras
* DS 2
* Accident Hotspots
* High Risk Zones
* Mobile Laser
* Mobile Safety Vans
* Temporary Gatso
* Truvelo Cameras
* Digital Cameras

Specifications:
Product Description: Snooper S2 Safety Camera Detector
Product Type: GPS Safety Camera Detection System
Recommended Use: Automotive
Display: LED display

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#1
Plus £4.50 delivery and ordered for customer as no stock available...but best price it seems:thumbsup:
#2
Availability: [COLOR=#157908]No stock available, product ordered on demand [/COLOR]
#3
Just drive 30mph or less :)
#4
pet2000
Just drive 30mph or less :)


I don't think so: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/3694201.stm
#5
Voted cold,

They should make these illegal, If people want to speed they should pay the fine.
#6
This unit looks good.

I can be had for £39.95 from here http://www.activegps.co.uk/snooper-s2-neo.htm and this includes 24 months warranty (Misco 12 months) and 7 day money back.

ADC
#7


ban them from driving - use the bus
#8
adchesney
This unit looks good.

I can be had for £39.95 from here http://www.activegps.co.uk/snooper-s2-neo.htm and this includes 24 months warranty (Misco 12 months) and 7 day money back.

ADC


+ £5.95 postage.

Misco also has a 24 months warranty ; click on full warranty and support info link.

http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=355447&Sku=158034&Tab=7
#9
Yes I know, I have just ordered two of these.

ADC
#10
I wonder if I could hardwire this in and locate it somewhere hidden. I guess it depends on the GPS signal quality and/or whether it has an aerial input. I also suppose it depends on the volume of it.
#11
thrustmaster
Voted cold,

They should make these illegal, If people want to speed they should pay the fine.


http://images.icanhascheezburger.com/completestore/2008/3/23/superiorkitteh128507876619062500.jpg
#12
It is £40.73 delivered. Good price. voted hot

You can get the 2009 model (S2 neo) for £44.99 delivered with free twin cigarette charger adapter from snooper direct
http://shop.snooperdirect.com/product510186.html
#13
this just gives people an excuse to speed....

its at 30 for a reason people
#14
remote_shopping
It is £40.73 delivered. Good price. voted hot

You can get the 2009 model (S2 neo) for £44.99 delivered with five year warranty plus free lifetime camera updates from snooper direct
http://shop.snooperdirect.com/product510186.html


From looking at the link, this is the S2 neo, so this is still the better deal.
#15
shadowdogg
this just gives people an excuse to speed....

its at 30 for a reason people


you have to use your own judgement.

when I drive past our local primary school , I go way below 30 even though the limit is 30...

I drove down the M3 yesterday and the average speed in the middle lane was 85 - doing 70 as a matter of principle in the middle lane would have created a chicane with everyone swerving around you
#16
Can anyone tell me how these are mounted to the dashboard?
#17
Sorry, cold for me. They should be illegal.
#18
Don't Forget Quidco at 3.5%:thumbsup:
#19
Its an odd thing, but these do not mean you will speed. People who do speed consistantly should not be on the roads, but saying that; a device that does not control speed at all should be made illegal!?!?

Its down to the person who is driving, always.

out of curiosity; does it say to go 20mph outside schools even when its 2am?
#20
Our speeds will be controlled by GPS devices in the not too distant future, personally I think our drivng standards are becoming worse, although still pretty good compared to other countries.
Apparantly some people can't drive past a speed camera even at legal speeds without braking, they shouldn't be on the road IMO, include a speed camera panic test in the driving test. Also raise the drivng age to at least 18.
#21
are they not going to make all 'snoopers' illegal soon? and i thought the updates for them would also become banned but as this is claiming free updates for life will they stick to this? My dad has one thats wired into his car and is supposedly a parking assistant but it blocks a speed gun, but thats how there classes as legal. just 'convenient' it blocks the laser.
#22
Why would you want one of these when a TomTom v4 can be had for around £70 and will alert you to all safety cameras and let you know the speed you are doing? Oh, and it'll also get you to where you want to go. Paying £40 just to alert you to speed cameras isn't a great deal in my book.
#23
tbh cars should be entirely controlled by technology

we can easily do it. Then it wouldn't be a problem with speeding. But supposably we need that element of risk in our lives but i beg to differ.
#24
Franky1932
Why would you want one of these when a TomTom v4 can be had for around £70 and will alert you to all safety cameras and let you know the speed you are doing? Oh, and it'll also get you to where you want to go. Paying £40 just to alert you to speed cameras isn't a great deal in my book.


i agree 100%

why not just buy a tomtom- kill two birds with 1 stone:thumbsup:

the motorway speedlimit should really be raised to 80mph in my opinion.
the german's autobahns dont have high accident rates even though u can drive at 200mph if u wish to
#25
thrustmaster
Voted cold,

They should make these illegal, If people want to speed they should pay the fine.


I agree.
#26
50p Says that the "anti" speeders dont keep religously to the limit, if you would like to pay the fine in advance there are many charites that would gladly take your money.

and no this not an ommision of speeding or condoning it but it`s a way of life. do you honestly think banning these would curb speeding ?
#27
I had one of these and it didn't detect a mobile camera van.I got nailed as a consequence.If you have a sat nav with the camera option on,this piece of hardware is superfluous.
#28
shadowdogg;4631926
tbh cars should be entirely controlled by technology

we can easily do it. Then it wouldn't be a problem with speeding. But supposably we need that element of risk in our lives but i beg to differ.


Yeah, so should humans.:whistling:
#29
why are ppl being subjective here and not objective.
This is a HOT DEAL site, not a WHATS YOUR OPINION ON THIs site.
Let me lay it out for you. If an item is a better deal (e,g. lower price than normal, more items included etc etc) then vote HOT if you think this is true. If you disagree with the deal itself, vote cold. Neutral if you dont have much of an idea.

There should be no reason people should be saying "make this illegal" and the like.
#30
v bad review for the item everywhere. Here's an example

http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews-all-130062.html

Was going to get this but think will look for a better item. Voted hot for the deal though
#31
thrustmaster
Voted cold,

They should make these illegal, If people want to speed they should pay the fine.


:thumbsup:
#32
shadowdogg
tbh cars should be entirely controlled by technology

we can easily do it. Then it wouldn't be a problem with speeding. But supposably we need that element of risk in our lives but i beg to differ.


Oh dear. Just because you are apparently incapable of driving according to road conditions, don't assume everyone else.

I find it deeply saddening just how many people have fallen hook line and sinker for the "speed kills" propaganda rather than bothering to examine at the evidence with their own brains. It's a sad state of affairs when people leave the government to do their thinking for them.

I agree that the standards of driving have fallen, but technology is far more likely the cause than the solution. Getting real police officers back on the roads, and improving driver training and education is the solution, not the reliance on technology.

Voted hot BTW, this is a good price.
#33
deadduck_145
are they not going to make all 'snoopers' illegal soon? and i thought the updates for them would also become banned but as this is claiming free updates for life will they stick to this? My dad has one thats wired into his car and is supposedly a parking assistant but it blocks a speed gun, but thats how there classes as legal. just 'convenient' it blocks the laser.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/scienceandtechnology/science/sciencenews/3305222/Garage-door-gadget-blinds-police-speed-guns.html

Also if he was caught he would still be convicted as ignorance is no defence.
#34
mikerj
Oh dear. Just because you are apparently incapable of driving according to road conditions, don't assume everyone else.

I find it deeply saddening just how many people have fallen hook line and sinker for the "speed kills" propaganda rather than bothering to examine at the evidence with their own brains. It's a sad state of affairs when people leave the government to do their thinking for them.

I agree that the standards of driving have fallen, but technology is far more likely the cause than the solution. Getting real police officers back on the roads, and improving driver training and education is the solution, not the reliance on technology.

Voted hot BTW, this is a good price.


So hitting someone at 70 doesn't harm them but the propaganda does....oh dear.:-(
#35
The Transport Select Committee Report states that excessive speed is a factor in only 6% of collisions. We have been sold a pup.

It's all too easy in a modern car to wander a few miles over the speed limit when paying too much (?) attention to the road, other road users, pedestrians, cyclists etc rather than the speedometer so a visual (or audio) reminder is rather more help than the blind imposition of random financial penalties. I suspect most of the squealers aren't motorists.

I voted hot but I will buy a TomTom.
#36
Franky1932
Why would you want one of these when a TomTom v4 can be had for around £70 and will alert you to all safety cameras and let you know the speed you are doing? Oh, and it'll also get you to where you want to go. Paying £40 just to alert you to speed cameras isn't a great deal in my book.


Hi could you tell me where i can get a V4 from for around £70 thanks
#37
spionkop
The Transport Select Committee Report states that excessive speed is a factor in only 6% of collisions. We have been sold a pup.


Quite right. The reason why speed cameras are so popular is that they are a money spinner for the local authorities.

BTW, my driving is much more UNSAFE, knowing that there are speed checks (cameras and not to forget portable speed checks) about. Not being able to afford fines, I have to constantly watch the needle on my speedometer, and have less time to pay attention to what's going on around me. Cheaper for me but unsafer for others.
#38
Surely the best (and cheapest option) is to zoom around as normal, and when you notice a BIG YELLOW BOX up ahead, just slow down ... and then speed up when you pass the end of the white road markings?

Works for me
#39
For those people who say "just drive at 30", don't be silly.

This is absurd for two reasons. The first, other drivers get angry and impatient. Human nature. Secondly, driving at 30mph is not good for the environment. Consider that the majority of cars in the UK are most fuel efficient between 50mph and 60mph, driving slowly is a bad idea. And it costs you more.

Oh, does this always need a power cable plugged in, or can it run from battery power too?I have built-in satnav in my car, but it doesn't come with camera databases as it runs from DVD, so something like this would be a handy purchase.
#40
I agree with the tree huggers, NO TO SPEEDING, OR BREATHING OR LIVING!!!!!

Speed limits are based on stopping distances FACT, which in turn are based on 40yr old cars without ABS and discs etc, as such THEY ARE POINTLESS!!!! 20mph near schools, no problem, 30mph in towns/ cities etc, no problem, 40mph on a road that used to be 50mph just because 4 hedgehogs and a pheasant have tragically lost their lives... entrapment!!! WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE (better still, buy a car and try to drive at 30mph.... MOST modern cars dont like it and as somone else said, neither do your likkle twees!!!)

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