February 14


Amazon Photo_06_v2In August I wrote a review of the Pocket Radar (here) and since then we've started selling it at CountingCars.com.  Several people asked if it was certified for police use and it wasn't when we started selling it.  

I'm happy to report that Pocket
Radar has just been certified to be accurate by the Institute for Police
Technology and Management (IPTM).  They're the test lab sanctioned by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to
certify the accuracy all of the law enforcement radar units used in the US and
Canada.  It accurately measured from 7 to 325 miles per hour.  Here's the certificate - 

Pocket Pocket Radar Certiificate of Accuracy 30 Jan 2013


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Mike Spack

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