Valentine One is the only detector with two radar antennas -- one front and one rear -- to scan all around your car and precisely locate each radar threat.
Ordinary Detectors have a single antenna facing forward: to cover beside and behind your car, they hope radar will take a lucky bounce into the front opening.
Valentine One uses front and rear antennas reporting to an onboard computer to analyze and precisely locate every radar threat, either by direct reception from one antenna or triangulation between both antennas.
With Valentine One Radar Locator:
1. Valentine One Radar Locator
2. Windshield mount
3. Visor mount
4. Lighter adapter
5. Power cord, coiled
6. Power cord, straight
7. Spare suction cups
8. Direct-wire power adapter
9. Wiring-harness connector
10. Owner’s Manual
11. Spare fuses
Finds all radars
Valentine One covers all four bands.
X band . . . . . . . . . most common for moving and stationary;
can be used in “Instant-on” mode; this
frequency is shared with burglar alarms
and door openers.
K band . . . . . . . . . moving and stationary radar; can be
used in “Instant-on” mode.
Ka band . . . . . . . . widest of the radar bands; moving or
stationary; can be used in “Instant-on.”
Photo radar . . . . . K or Ka band; stationary only.
POP Protection . . covers POP mode on two bands—
specifically the MPH Industries models
BEE III and Enforcer on both K and Ka;
moving or stationary.
Ku band . . . . . . . . not used in U.S.; standard equipment
on all V1s, but not activated.
Euro Mode . . . . . . narrows and intensifies radar coverage,
and limits it to K and the sections of Ka
bands used in Europe for photo radar.
Standard equipment on all V1s, but not
Finds all lasers
Valentine One covers all traffic laser. In the U.S., the
operating wavelength of traffic laser is 820-950 nanometers.