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With the TPX Radar / Laser Detection System, there’s no more trying to make automotive radar detectors work with your bike. No more missed alerts. No more hours of wiring jobs. No more fear of rain. No more fear of theft. No more microscopic buttons. No more money, energy, sanity and precious riding hours wasted trying to make automotive radar detectors work with your bike. The TPX Radar and Laser Detection System 2.0 has all the features you need with proven, top-notch performance.
Already have a Bluetooth helmet system? The TPX is now Bluetooth compatible when used with the TPX Bluetooth Transmitter (sold separately) and has been tested and verified to be compatible with Cardo Scala Rider, Chatterbox, Interphone, J&M, Schuberth, and Sena systems.
Specifically designed for motorcycle use and is water, shock and vibration resistant
Detects all radar and laser bands and is certified by Speed Measurement Labs
Audio and visual alerts
Oversized, backlit control buttons are easy to operate with gloves
Get a high quality radar detector and send the signal to your helmet via Bluetooth
I have used the Adaptive radar detector since 2012, three years now. I does pick up radar, but it's not selective at all. I get so many warnings that I never slow down any more, I just start looking around. That's my major beef with it. I have an Escort 9500ix in each of my cars, and I love the GPS warning and when these radar detectors go off, I actually start looking for a cop, and I usually find one. With the TPX, I never take it seriously. So I have purchased a Sena 20 Bluetooth receiver from Revzilla and will purchase an Escort radar detector for my bike. I will pare the radar detector to the bike with a bluetooth 3.5mm transmitter. The aftermath charges, insurance and tickets, are just too high to not invest in a top of the line detector. Bottom line: The TPX is better than not having a radar detector, but if it yells " the sky is falling" all the time, you have to get something else.
March 1, 2015
A Valentine 1 it is NOT
I've had a Valentine 1 on my motorcycle for a year or so. Worked great with the LegalSpeeding heads-up light in my helmet. But after hearing horror stories on how fragile a V1 is to rain and a motorcycle environment, I decided to try this on from Adaptive Technologies. They are supposed to thrive on a motorcycle, rain and all. After a few thousand miles it has. No problems with use or durability. But it does not give very good warnings. I think in every case I have seen the police car before the detector went off. It's not very powerful. The LED light works well, but unless you have a place to mount it well within your field of vision, you will not see it. I recommend highly that you also get the remote speaker system for you helmet. With the speaker, you will know instantly when the detector goes off. And since it doesn't go off until you're right next to the police car, that's critical.
All in all, I do recommend this radar detector because it is the only one that will live in the wet on a motorcycle and it works okay, not great, but okay.
August 26, 2013
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Richard D:I mounted my unit on the handle bars with the bracket provided, on the left side of my Triumph Adventure can use the buttons with my non throttle hand and keeps clear vision to the guages. I chose not to hard wire it into the bike and used the cigarete lighter fitting to power it. I have the flashing warning light option mounted on the screen that I would recommend, also have the in helmit ear piece that works well but debateable if required as the flashing light is bright and visible. Just coiled the loom up neatly under the unit on the handle bars and wrapped in in electrical tape. All works good previously I had a whistler motorbike detector not water proof and lots of false alarms, and the helmit flashing light was unreliable, got a couple of tickets, was also a major to remove it when it was hard wired into my old bike so didn't bother. So far so good with the Adaptiv TPX2Feb 12, 2014
Ferdinand S:It is powered through the cable supplied in the kit that will be connected to the battery. I bought a techmount handlebar mount which turned out really good and way much cheaper than the adaptiv mount that you can buy from adaptiv websiteFeb 13, 2014