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Default Hay Veil guy,make a radar detector checker!

Hay Veil buddy. Any possability of you developing a resonable priced cheap usable radar detector and lazer checker to tell us ordinary slobs if our RD's are still in tune? Just some kind of cheap radar signal emitter that covers all the important radar and lazer bands? Seems like a whole lot of guys really need this device. The only way they have to check their rd's out now is to visit the local walmart door opener's..

Call it the "Veil Radar detector Validator"

or the Veil Validator for short..
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Default Portable Radar Detector Tester

LOL.

You know, I LIKE the SOUND of THAT.

I recently watched a video that was posted on the front-page of an authorized retailer of Veil in Australia named, Delonix Radar.

If you click the Tiger logo at center top, you'll be presented with a brief promotional radar detector video featuring such a portable radar detector tester.

Perhaps you can contact Jeremy at his site with a query as to where to get such a testing device. I am certain he'll direct you to where you can obtain such a device in the states.

From the little that I could tell on that promotional video, the radar detector tester featured, looked like it would do the trick for you.

Hope this help you out...and thanks for the catchy phrase!

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It would also be a nice phrase for you to use on a device that checks the coating coverage of your product on cars buddy. Something that sends out a simulated lazer source and takes a reading of the return signal off your car to see if the coating is sufficent.

I come from a long line of inventors buddy. Glad I can share these thoughts with you. Keep these ideas absolutely for free. I have always respected your product and your RD reviews.


One company I will never ever share an idea with again is whistler. I don't believe Michael B was involved with this at all so I don't blame him.

I sent the Whistler company a idea for picking up RDD's by using the same local oscillator signal that RDD's depend on to pick up radar detectors. Knowing a thing or two about basic electronics it was obvious to me the RDD's sent out the very same signal they were built for detecting. At the time all the Radar detector companies were totally stumped trying to figure out ways to combat this menace. All were trying to reduce or eliminate theses LO emissions. None were successful. None had a clue what to do!

Well I sent in my idea to whistler asking ONLY that whistler send me one of their new RD unit's with this feature if they decided to use the idea. Not a big request one would think.

Never heard a thing from them again. Nothing. Not even a polite rejection letter. I assumed they just off handily rejected my idea. Then about a six to eight months later I see that a RD company has come out with a "original" new clocking device for their detectors that picks up the vg-2 and then shuts the detector down for a minute!

Guess who the company was...WHISTLER!

Still waiting for my detector....
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The funny thing is over the years I have figured out a totally kick-a-ss idea for radar detectors that will revolutionize the field for whatever company I decide to share it with. It will give any RD company a huge lead in the field that gets it. This idea beats the other by a mile.

Guess which company I won't be approaching this idea with...
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Default Perhaps there is another possibility.

Stalkervision,

While I don't doubt the sincerity of your impassioned post which publicly calls into question the character of an entire organization, if not certain individuals within that organization, have you ever considered a reasoned alternative: your idea had already been thought of by individuals skilled in the art.

Trust me, patenting is a painfully arduous, expensive, and protracted process, taking many years to achieve (much of it behind the cloak of secrecy even before an application is made). Which is why I support and respect the firms and their products that have gone through this process and not respect the ones which attempt to short-cut/ignore/respect the process.

I will relay a professional experience we had when our firm began the patenting process leading to the selling and marketing of Veil.

One of our law firms were brought into a defense of (in this particular case) a baseless (for obvious reason) claim that [some] our ideas were similar/same to someone else's a (long time ago.)

It happens all the time with R&D, new product development, and patenting...that's why the USPTO is in the business they're in...to sort through all of this stuff and (hopefully) make the proper dispositions that they do (at great expense, I might add, to the underlying inventors).

Whistler has a lot of smart people working in their engineering departments (Mike, of course being one of them). To this I believe (from my own dealings with them) they operate with moral/ethical clarity and I believe those beliefs are being manifested in the current products like the Whistler Pro 78 and Whistler XTR-690.

In my review of these fine radar detectors, I described them as honest performers, because they are. I believe such products can only come from a corporate culture that has this moral/ethical clarity. This is my belief.

Forgive me stalker, but I would be surprised & disappointed, if your belief (impassioned and sincere as it may be) wasn't entirely accurate or is representative of the whole/entire story (from all sides).

There are at least two sides to every story.

At any rate, good luck with your new idea...I hope you are successful with it!

Peace be the journey...

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