Pocket Radar Puts Speed Radar In Your Pocket

Posted: Nov 11 2009, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:25pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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My son has one of those radar guns for his hot wheels cars that you can use to check the scale speed or the real speed in MPH of cars and all sorts of other items. The thing is big and since it’s a toy, it looks like one. If you want to be able to track the speed of things, like that one moron that flies up your street, what you need is the Pocket Radar.

The device is hailed as the first and only palm size speed radar. The device has point and shoot functionality and can provide accurate and real time speed measurements at the touch of a button.

The manufacturer says that racing fans can use it to see how fast their favorite car is going, coaches can use it to get the speed of a ball, and there are many other uses for the device as well. The gadget runs on a set of AAA batteries and has a 1-mile effective range.

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