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New S2 Neo speed camera detector with Free Lifetime updates only £49.99 was £99.95
New S2 Neo speed camera detector with Free Lifetime updates only £49.99 was £99.95

New S2 Neo speed camera detector with Free Lifetime updates only £49.99 was £99.95

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GPS Detector for basic Speedtrap alerts and Speed camera location

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 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 for just £49.99

Using GPS and laser technology the Snooper S2 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 traveling at the correct speed.

Upgrades quickly and easily from your PC using Enigma Databases

Downloading your Snooper S2 and keeping it up to date with the very latest information is essential to it's performance. GPS camera detection systems are only as good as the database of co-ordinates that are stored within them. That's why Snooper uses Enigma. Enigma consists of a dedicated team whose sole purpose is to research and manage a database of cameras and other points of interest not only in the UK, but across the rest of Europe as well. Please note however that the full European database is not available on all units at this time. For more information click on the icon below or see the products feature list for the database currently available.

Features :

4 LED Display
Speed Sensitive alerts
Auto Ranging
Audible Alerts
USB Database Downloads
User location memory
AutoMute
UK Database
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Average Speed Roadwork Cameras
Watchman
Speedcurb
DS2 Speedmaster
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Mobile Laser Sites
Mobile Camera Van Sites
New Multi lens 'Daddy' Gatso
Accident Hotspots
High Risk Zones
Digital Cameras
Schools (optional)
Congestion Charge Cameras

64 Comments

Expensive, I think i would prefer the £25 or so fine

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Daaker33;2359188

Expensive, I think i would prefer the £25 or so fine



Ah but this has camera updates free for life.:thumbsup:

"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."

these will stop an accident? stupid thing to imply.
logic being :
you are not concentrating and are driving dangerously along the road before suddenly being warned that there is a camera in the vicinity and you better start driving properly?

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Thank-you for the [email protected],firstly I am buying this for my mother-in-law who will lose her licence with 2 more points and also I put this thread here because I think it is a good deal for people that may be interested in buying one and not for someone who does not know me telling me off like a little child.regards Pau.

Daaker33;2359188

Expensive, I think i would prefer the £25 or so fine



:? £60 fine and 3 penalty points for speeding - plus higher insurance ?

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garbage456;2359412

i was told about this is a request thread, i never thought of putting it … i was told about this is a request thread, i never thought of putting it up as a deal



pass.. just call me thick..is it not a deal then.:oops::?

podd2000;2359365

Thank-you for the [email protected],firstly I am buying this for my … Thank-you for the [email protected],firstly I am buying this for my mother-in-law who will lose her licence with 2 more points and also I put this thread here because I think it is a good deal for people that may be interested in buying one and not for someone who does not know me telling me off like a little child.regards Pau.



You like your mother-in-law:w00t: Or more likely you’d end up driving her around:whistling:

garbage456;2359401

or a studpid camera has been hidden behind a sign at the bottom of the … or a studpid camera has been hidden behind a sign at the bottom of the hill.


i remember when i was a kid freewheeling down the hill on my bike wind blowing in my hair probably shouting WEEEEEEEEE or AAARGGHH im not sure which... but then i grew up. its no safer to speed downhill in a car than it is on the flat.
You are in control of the vehicle, not the road.

Surprised the mother in law hasn't learned anything from the previous points.

I had this and it was a great wee thing, it had lights that came on when you were getting closer to a camera, they would speed up (with an audible beep) the closer you got to it,
great wee thing and for the price voted hot

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Geemac;2359878

You like your mother-in-law:w00t: Or more likely you’d end up driving her … You like your mother-in-law:w00t: Or more likely you’d end up driving her around:whistling:



more likely running her around:x

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brilly;2359888

i remember when i was a kid freewheeling down the hill on my bike wind … i remember when i was a kid freewheeling down the hill on my bike wind blowing in my hair probably shouting WEEEEEEEEE or AAARGGHH im not sure which... but then i grew up. its no safer to speed downhill in a car than it is on the flat. You are in control of the vehicle, not the road.Surprised the mother in law hasn't learned anything from the previous points.



what about uphill

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brilly;2359888

i remember when i was a kid freewheeling down the hill on my bike wind … i remember when i was a kid freewheeling down the hill on my bike wind blowing in my hair probably shouting WEEEEEEEEE or AAARGGHH im not sure which... but then i grew up. its no safer to speed downhill in a car than it is on the flat. You are in control of the vehicle, not the road.Surprised the mother in law hasn't learned anything from the previous points.



Well I have got to say you must be one of only a few who have not exceeded the speed at sometime,congratulations:thumbsup: and here's a pressy:gift:

What a surprise - usual negative moaning people commenting !!!!. Yes speed kills but so do a lot of other things - chill out

A GREAT find and a GREAT PRICE - voted HOT on the merits, thanks for posting pod2000 :thumbsup:

http://shop.instant-shop.com/Snooperdirect/webfolder/snooperdirect/sitegraphics/topanim.gif

Hot

I'd imagine that the likes of the explosion of satnav units, once loaded with speed cam addons, are denting their markets.

Daaker33;2359188

Expensive, I think i would prefer the £25 or so fine


£60 fine and 3 points you mean :roll:

brilly;2359297

"Even the most conscientious of drivers can have a lapse of concentration … "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."these will stop an accident? stupid thing to imply.logic being :you are not concentrating and are driving dangerously along the road before suddenly being warned that there is a camera in the vicinity and you better start driving properly?



wonder if anyone has done a survey that looks at how much accidents have been CAUSED by cameras...

Would have gone for this if it displayed your speed too.

Don't speed and save yourself £49.99 plus any fines/points. Simple :whistling:

anyone who says they have never ever sped is imo a liar..i remember that police chief who was a big advocate for a drive against speeding and then was caught speeding in another area...see these people that are so against it, i bet alot of them are hypocrites
speed limits have decreased to catch more people out, even though cars are much more advanced...perhaps they should more closely at people who tailgate (my pet hate), lane hoggers eg people who sit in middle (or outer!) lanes of motoways when the inside lane is clear, people who block up roundabouts/junctions cause they are selfish and thick, people who use mobiles in cars without a handsfree, people in the incorrect lane, councils who persist in marking 2 lane roundabouts with the right lane to go straight on (usually left lane unless otherwise marked but why not keep it simple/consistent for 2 lane roundabouts!!)

I'd rather save the 50 quid and not speed, i'm on the road driving for at least half of my working day so you have to learn not to speed. Besides with fuel prices the way they are you'd be better putting the 50 quid in your tank and driving respectibly to conserve fuel

It won't have much luck with mobile cameras as it doesn't have built in laser/Radar detector (which I think maybe illegal)

This device is great for those people that cannot get on with Navigation devices that have built in GPS detection but personally I would get a cheap £50 SatNav and buy a Yearly subscription to the PocketGPS database as it contains thousands more locations (including mobile speed trap) and is updated usually twice a month.

Gees I thought I had stumbled on MSE for a moment with its "its a speed limit not a target" and "if you drive a 56.4mph on the M1 you will get 244mpg and with the money you save you can pay your mortgage off in 6 months" brigade

Well cheers OP this will come in very handy, as after a few small purchases I have 280 bhp :whistling:

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[QUOTE=DKLS;2361595]Gees I thought I had stumbled on MSE for a moment with its "its a speed limit not a target" and "if you drive a 56.4mph on the M1 you will get 244mpg and with the money you save you can pay your mortgage off in 6 months" brigade



Boy do those plonkers get on my wick. Where I live is predominately roads with a 60 speed limit. Only very, very, very, very occasionally do I ever get anywhere near that speed. The old goats round these parts don't ever get much above 30 mph. The speed limit is supposed to be respected by all road users, including all the old duffers who drive at 30 on a 60 road. My driving instructor (many, many years ago) constantly advised me to respect the speed limit. By that he meant, get to it as quickly and as safely as is possible to do so, otherwise fail your test on failure to make progress. Sorry about the rant but I have just returned home from Lanark stuck behind the usual procession of 'Sunday drivers'. They should fit these devices to all cars and have them set to beep constantly if you drive at significantly less than the NATIONALLY SET SPEED for the road. These bleeding dictators should not be allowed to set the speed limit tfor me. They really do get on my nerves!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I had one of these you can get them off Ebay for around £40 , it wasnt very good, the sound it makes is very annoying, and the lights are very bright not ideal at night, i sold it on a car boot for £40 couldnt stand it.

I would get a Sat Nav with speed cameras IMO

brilly;2359297

"Even the most conscientious of drivers can have a lapse of concentration … "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."these will stop an accident? stupid thing to imply.logic being :you are not concentrating and are driving dangerously along the road before suddenly being warned that there is a camera in the vicinity and you better start driving properly?


Ahhh, I wondered how long it would be before the internet cops arrived on the scene.

You want to be careful, much more of that and this forum will start to resemble that of MSE.

And nobody wants that, do they?

royals;2361265

wonder if anyone has done a survey that looks at how much accidents have … wonder if anyone has done a survey that looks at how much accidents have been CAUSED by cameras...


I saw one on Monday just gone, no less.........a red light camera where the lead car would have ordinarilly jumped the light but didn't, slammed on anchors because he was aware of the camera and Billy NoMates behind him made a mess of his rear end.

Classic.

rutherford777;2361276

Don't speed and save yourself £49.99 plus any fines/points. Simple … Don't speed and save yourself £49.99 plus any fines/points. Simple :whistling:



Nahhh! Still be lucky to get more than 20mpg in my old bus. Might as well clog it and get all those horses working.

Chuckles1066;2361756

Ahhh, I wondered how long it would be before the internet cops arrived on … Ahhh, I wondered how long it would be before the internet cops arrived on the scene.You want to be careful, much more of that and this forum will start to resemble that of MSE.And nobody wants that, do they?



Chuckles1066;2361783

I saw one on Monday just gone, no less.........a red light camera where … I saw one on Monday just gone, no less.........a red light camera where the lead car would have ordinarilly jumped the light but didn't, slammed on anchors because he was aware of the camera and Billy NoMates behind him made a mess of his rear end.Classic.



so you flame me for pointing out a blatant bit of stupidity and then subsequently prove my point?

i take this to mean that MSE isn't full of morons?

I think, from reading this, that this is not actually a camera detector, just alerts to locations of known speed cameras.

I have a sat nav that does this, and although about 90% of the time it is correct, sometimes misses some even tho it is updated.

I had a similar device and it worked pretty well. However one occasion it missed a fixed camera and I lost faith in it.

I think speed has become a easy target because it's a back and white case. However speeding is not a major factor in many accidents (excessive speeding is though) which are caused by various factors such as not paying attention, not driving to the road conditions e.g. raining, very large party of children walking by a road, people driving far too slowly for the speed limits in good visibility, tail gating , people reading maps whilst driving, people changing lanes or road positioning without looking, overtaking when it is not safe to do so etc

Personally speaking if someone wants to use such a device to stop them getting a speeding ticket for doing 33mph rather then 30mph then why not (does an extra 3mph make them lethal whereas 30 doesn’t ?); or would you prefer that the person who is driving is so busy looking out for speed cameras that they are not actually watching the road???

I think this is very different from someone who wants to a speed camera to help them drive at 60 in 30mph areas……. (no defensive to such action unless you’re a famous footballer being ‘chased’ in your Ferrari by the paparazzi driving a ford van – must have been tough to get away from that van in a Ferrari)

afroylnt;2362884

I had a similar device and it worked pretty well. However one occasion it … I had a similar device and it worked pretty well. However one occasion it missed a fixed camera and I lost faith in it.I think speed has become a easy target because it's a back and white case. However speeding is not a major factor in many accidents (excessive speeding is though) which are caused by various factors such as not paying attention, not driving to the road conditions e.g. raining, very large party of children walking by a road, people driving far too slowly for the speed limits in good visibility, tail gating , people reading maps whilst driving, people changing lanes or road positioning without looking, overtaking when it is not safe to do so etc Personally speaking if someone wants to use such a device to stop them getting a speeding ticket for doing 33mph rather then 30mph then why not (does an extra 3mph make them lethal whereas 30 doesn’t ?); or would you prefer that the person who is driving is so busy looking out for speed cameras that they are not actually watching the road???I think this is very different from someone who wants to a speed camera to help them drive at 60 in 30mph areas……. (no defensive to such action unless you’re a famous footballer being ‘chased’ in your Ferrari by the paparazzi driving a ford van – must have been tough to get away from that van in a Ferrari)



Come on - it might have been a Shelby supercharged 5.4 litre V8 GT500 Ford van... :-D

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afroylnt;2362884

I had a similar device and it worked pretty well. However one occasion it … I had a similar device and it worked pretty well. However one occasion it missed a fixed camera and I lost faith in it.I think speed has become a easy target because it's a back and white case. However speeding is not a major factor in many accidents (excessive speeding is though) which are caused by various factors such as not paying attention, not driving to the road conditions e.g. raining, very large party of children walking by a road, people driving far too slowly for the speed limits in good visibility, tail gating , people reading maps whilst driving, people changing lanes or road positioning without looking, overtaking when it is not safe to do so etc Personally speaking if someone wants to use such a device to stop them getting a speeding ticket for doing 33mph rather then 30mph then why not (does an extra 3mph make them lethal whereas 30 doesn’t ?); or would you prefer that the person who is driving is so busy looking out for speed cameras that they are not actually watching the road???I think this is very different from someone who wants to a speed camera to help them drive at 60 in 30mph areas……. (no defensive to such action unless you’re a famous footballer being ‘chased’ in your Ferrari by the paparazzi driving a ford van – must have been tough to get away from that van in a Ferrari)



I agree 100% oh wise one;-)

Seems to be a few on here who don't speed ? or is it really they don't drive? My Bro in law drives like a wuss but still managed to get done doing just over 30 in a 30 limit.
Show me a driver who has never driven at more than 30 in a 30 limit and I'll show you a Liar!

I thought I was a good driver until i did my advanced course !

Personally, i bloody hate people who do 35 in a 40 zone....45 in a 60 zone...and sit there all pompous whenever a speeding debate comes up.
"If you didn't speed, you've not got a problem have you? Eh? Eh? Think about it. Think on"

Well I'm usually speeding taking over your driving miss daisy ****. If you did anything like the speed limit there wouldn't be a huge stream of traffic backed up behind you.
And get out the middle lane!
And stop leaving half a mile breaking distance!
And get your fog lights off....that's rain not fog!!!

Anyway...everything I've read on these say that people who use them usually start driving more conscientiously. And lets face it, speed cameras aren't there for safety half the time, they're there for raising money - so anything that sticks it to the man can only be a good thing.

brilly;2362228

these will stop an accident? stupid thing to imply.logic being :you are … these will stop an accident? stupid thing to imply.logic being :you are not concentrating and are driving dangerously along the road before suddenly being warned that there is a camera in the vicinity and you better start driving properly?so you flame me for pointing out a blatant bit of stupidity and then subsequently prove my point? i take this to mean that MSE isn't full of morons?



you mean morons like you?

anybody with a single brain cell knows the scameras are cash generators for a robbing hypocritical government.

a loser like you should take a look at this site, where decent members of the community who actually care about other people have kindly disabled the scameras:

speedcam.co.uk/ind…htm

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Great thread podd,voted hot...everybody has gone over the speed limit at some time and if you say you have not..your a liar

bindods;2364006

you mean morons like you?anybody with a single brain cell knows the … you mean morons like you?anybody with a single brain cell knows the scameras are cash generators for a robbing hypocritical government.a loser like you should take a look at this site, where decent members of the community who actually care about other people have kindly disabled the scameras:http://www.speedcam.co.uk/index2.htm


Luckily I am blessed with more than that single brain cell you are so proud of and have read the rest of the posts here.
I never said anything about them being cash generators or not I merely pointed out a flaw in the claim that they reduce accidents.
Seems that the only thing you picked up on in my post was the word moron which is fitting.
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