INFORAD M1 speed camera warning system for Motorbikes. GPS SiRF Star Processor - Free lifetime updates - Visual Alerts - Easy to use - Waterproof - Discreet - 2 Years Warranty 19.99 from 49.99 @amazon sold by  Electronics and Gadgets Direct Ltd
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INFORAD M1 speed camera warning system for Motorbikes. GPS SiRF Star Processor - Free lifetime updates - Visual Alerts - Easy to use - Waterproof - Discreet - 2 Years Warranty 19.99 from 49.99 @amazon sold by Electronics and Gadgets Direct Ltd

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Found 4th May 2015
Product Description
Bikers finally have their very own speed camera alert. Thanks to the Moto V1 (Moto M-1)from Inforad, you'll be alerted of risky areas to prevent you from braking at the last minute. Perfectly adapted to motorcycles, this speed camera alert is perfect for the constraints of 2-wheelers with its 2-part design. The Moto V1 includes a stationary part that stays hooked onto the motorbike and a removable part that contains the electronic circuits. The Moto V1 comes with a USB cable for easy updates via the Internet. The Moto V1's database covers over 10,000 speed camera zones in Europe. It runs directly on your motorcycle's battery and will prevent you from picking up any nasty fines. Inforad is designed to raise awareness of dangerous traffic zones and incite driver caution, it's purpose is to you better observe the rules of the Highway code and reduce chance of accidents. It does not interfere with police lasers. It's usage is perfectly legal in the UK and EU.

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Original Poster

looks like it just hit the lowest price ever

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Dont speed and save £20

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johnro

looks like it just hit the lowest price ever … looks like it just hit the lowest price ever [img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B000UAMAN0/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img][/url]



Your using an Amazon chart for a 3rd party seller This is the chart you are looking for (Happy May 4th :))

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But yes £19.99 is it's lowest ever, but back in 2011

Banned

Inforad is designed to raise awareness of dangerous traffic zones and … Inforad is designed to raise awareness of dangerous traffic zones and incite driver caution, it's purpose is to you better observe the rules of the Highway code and reduce chance of accidents.



Yer right.

Good idea. Heated.
Has good Amazon reviews. Not sure why the regards are voting cold.

Got one on my bike. Easy to fit. Works perfectly.

rhinopaul

Dont speed and save £20



If the UK had sensible speed limits, rather than those based on the capabilities of a Ford Anglia from the 1960s, maybe less people would speed.

Great price to improve your chances of being decapitated

Well worth £20...got one for that price a while ago direct from inforad. As others said, works well and easy to fit and good quality.

Will this fit my Raleigh Chopper?



Can't say I wholly agree with the product (even though I ride bikes myself) but the price is good so heated.

buckfast67uk

Great price to improve your chances of being decapitated

what a stupid comment

AGrumpyDad

If the UK had sensible speed limits, rather than those based on the … If the UK had sensible speed limits, rather than those based on the capabilities of a Ford Anglia from the 1960s, maybe less people would speed.


Whilst I agree that the speed limit could be increased, its still no excuse. Apart from Germany we are not far behind the rest of Europe with speed limits but our road infrastructure is worse.

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rhinopaul

Whilst I agree that the speed limit could be increased, its still no … Whilst I agree that the speed limit could be increased, its still no excuse. Apart from Germany we are not far behind the rest of Europe with speed limits but our road infrastructure is worse.



Agree

AGrumpyDad

If the UK had sensible speed limits, rather than those based on the … If the UK had sensible speed limits, rather than those based on the capabilities of a Ford Anglia from the 1960s, maybe less people would speed.



I used to think this but then the density of traffic we have is much higher now. Worst case scenario would be today's levels of traffic but in cars with brakes and tyres as poor as the 60s. oO

Speed cameras, more often than not are located in high risk areas so they don't really bother me; mobile units on the other hand are more often than not parked on faster strenches of road where there is no real increased risk of accident or interaction with pedestrians; these fvckers really grate me, just an income stream, shooting fish in a barrel >

If the Old Bill want to use cameras for purely income generation then I don't see why the motorist can't have a way to avoid this extra road tax. Heat added for a great product.
For those making stupid comments about excessive speed etc, go back to sitting in the middle lane at 50mph in your cage.
Edited by: "SJHan" 4th May 2015

johnnystorm

I used to think this but then the density of traffic we have is much … I used to think this but then the density of traffic we have is much higher now. Worst case scenario would be today's levels of traffic but in cars with brakes and tyres as poor as the 60s. oO



You beat me to it.

Remember when vehicles travelled with a sensible gap between them and there was enough road to accommodate them?

worthinger

You beat me to it. Remember when vehicles travelled with a sensible gap … You beat me to it. Remember when vehicles travelled with a sensible gap between them and there was enough road to accommodate them?


There still is. It's driver mentality that needs addressing. I sit 2 cars away from the car in front, whether on my bike or in my car. Then some **** decides they want to get into that gap, forcing me to tap my brakes, causing a ripple effect behind me. Potentially causing an accident... None of which will be captured on these so called Safety Cameras.
Edited by: "SJHan" 4th May 2015

rhinopaul

Whilst I agree that the speed limit could be increased, its still no … Whilst I agree that the speed limit could be increased, its still no excuse. Apart from Germany we are not far behind the rest of Europe with speed limits but our road infrastructure is worse.



And road deaths continue to fall, despite speed cameras according to a Commons select committee. Revenue raising only.

stuarthanley

There still is. It's driver mentality that needs addressing. I sit 2 … There still is. It's driver mentality that needs addressing. I sit 2 cars away from the car in front, whether on my bike or in my car. Then some **** decides they want to get into that gap, forcing me to tap my brakes, causing a ripple effect behind me. Potentially causing an accident... None of which will be captured on these so called Safety Cameras.



It's your two car lengths that is the problem - it might be fine in a 30 zone but at 70 it's a dangerously short distance where you become the cause of the ripple effect:

phys.org/new…tml

"Dr Orosz continued: “When you tap your brake, the traffic may come to a full stand-still several miles behind you. It really matters how hard you brake - a slight braking from a driver who has identified a problem early will allow the traffic flow to remain smooth. Heavier braking, usually caused by a driver reacting late to a problem, can affect traffic flow for many miles.”"

The closer you are to the car in front the harder you will have to brake when reacting.

The distance between cars should be measured in time - traditionally a minimum of two seconds and rising in poor conditions.

Vehicles have evolved massively since the adoption of the national speed limits, but humans haven't evolved at all - reaction times remain just the same.

I worry more about those drivers who insist on driving only two cars behind me than those who pull into the gap in front, the latter gap being within my control.

Everybody's a better driver than everbody else, but I'm the best driver of all.

Edited by: "worthinger" 4th May 2015

worthinger

It's your two car lengths that is the problem - it might be fine in a 30 … It's your two car lengths that is the problem - it might be fine in a 30 zone but at 70 it's a dangerously short distance where you become the cause of the ripple effect:http://phys.org/news/2007-12-traffic-mystery-mathematicians.html"Dr Orosz continued: “When you tap your brake, the traffic may come to a full stand-still several miles behind you. It really matters how hard you brake - a slight braking from a driver who has identified a problem early will allow the traffic flow to remain smooth. Heavier braking, usually caused by a driver reacting late to a problem, can affect traffic flow for many miles.”"The closer you are to the car in front the harder you will have to break when reacting.The distance between cars should be measured in time - traditionally a minimum of two seconds and rising in poor conditions.Vehicles have evolved massively since the adoption of the national speed limits, but humans haven't evolved at all - reaction times remain just the same.I worry more about those drivers who insist on driving only two cars behind me than those who pull into the gap in front, the latter gap being within my control.Everybody's a better driver than everbody else, but I'm the best driver of all.


I know all about the ripple effect in traffic. You try leaving a gap larger than 2 cars on the motorway. See how many knobs in vans or cars decide to enter that gap, forcing you to slow down to regain a gap, only for the next knob to do exactly the same.

Abart as much use as a motorbike ashtray......

stealth666

Abart as much use as a motorbike ashtray......


I disagree mate. I've got one on my bike and it's a reminder as to where the old bill like to set up their revenue vans. Worth £20 of anyone's money.

stuarthanley

I know all about the ripple effect in traffic. You try leaving a gap … I know all about the ripple effect in traffic. You try leaving a gap larger than 2 cars on the motorway. See how many knobs in vans or cars decide to enter that gap, forcing you to slow down to regain a gap, only for the next knob to do exactly the same.



You and drivers like you are the very cause of your own complaint.

70mph = c.30 meters per second. 2 car lengths = (and I'll be generous) 8 meters.

Extrapolate from that what you will.

worthinger

You and drivers like you are the very cause of your own complaint.70mph = … You and drivers like you are the very cause of your own complaint.70mph = c.30 meters per second. 2 car lengths = (and I'll be generous) 8 meters.Extrapolate from that what you will.


Of course we are.

Great buy for £20 thanks just ordered.

stuarthanley

I disagree mate. I've got one on my bike and it's a reminder as to where … I disagree mate. I've got one on my bike and it's a reminder as to where the old bill like to set up their revenue vans. Worth £20 of anyone's money.


is this just for fixed cameras if so why not just use a sat nav

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Crawley_Electronics

Perhaps if you didn't try and overtake on both sides, get up every car … Perhaps if you didn't try and overtake on both sides, get up every car drivers **** and then shake your fist at them you might get a bit more sympathy Evel.


Wow ....... just wow! Whilst there are prize plonkers that ride motorcycles there are far more who ride sensibly/safely. The same is true of car drivers, van drivers and so on. Stereotyping motorcycle riders as you have above merely stereotypes you as one of the drivers most dangerous to the two wheeled fraternity; one of the "you're not getting in front of me" brigade perhaps. Give them some space, they'll be passed and out of your way in no time at all and you'll not have been held up. You may even end up with a more calm journey by the sounds of it.
I have had bikes and cars for most of my life but have given up biking due to the actions and mentality of other road users. The levels of stupidity, inability and aggression have got to the stage that I am no longer able to accurately predict the next attempt on my life.
Calm down and give them a break; if it turns out that they're one of the plonkers then they'll probably have to deal with the consequences of a bad decision at some point.

scoobytawazara

is this just for fixed cameras if so why not just use a sat nav


On a motorcycle? Much easier to spot a flashing green or red light whilst riding than use a sat nav mate.

stuarthanley

On a motorcycle? Much easier to spot a flashing green or red light … On a motorcycle? Much easier to spot a flashing green or red light whilst riding than use a sat nav mate.


sat nav with blue tooth earpiece tells you simples

stuarthanley

Of course we are.




Hopefully now you see sense you'll pull back a bit.

And how much does that cost? Less than a £20 camera detector otherwise your point is moot.

worthinger

Hopefully now you see sense you'll pull back a bit.


No mate. You seem to hold your opinions higher than I do. I was just trying to stop the tedious debate.

stuarthanley

No mate. You seem to hold your opinions higher than I do. I was just … No mate. You seem to hold your opinions higher than I do. I was just trying to stop the tedious debate.



Tedious, yes. Debate, far from it.

Blind to your own faults: two car lengths on the motorway at 70mph and moaning about the ripple effect. You couldn't make it up.

worthinger

Tedious, yes. Debate, far from it.Blind to your own faults: two car … Tedious, yes. Debate, far from it.Blind to your own faults: two car lengths on the motorway at 70mph and moaning about the ripple effect. You couldn't make it up.


I didn't moan about the ripple effect. Someone wants to pull into the gap I've left between myself and the next car so I have to slow down to recreate that gap... If that causes a pile up 2 miles back, it wouldn't be through my actions but the actions of knobby driver entering the gap. My point is that it wouldn't be caught on the safety camera. Yet you could have a completely clear motorway in the middle of the night, you are the only vehicle on the road, be travelling at 80mph and THIS is deemed unsafe because a camera took a photo.
Edited by: "SJHan" 4th May 2015

Original Poster

sorry I started this

Original Poster

this is good for European roads too, if you're into traveling

johnro

sorry I started this


It's a good deal mate. People trying to justify speed cameras and cage drivers.

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