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I used to own a passport around a decade ago, and friends and I would compare performance with each other's detectors. The Passport always came out on top with the single most important metric. Straight ahead range. Other detectors had very nice cool features but range was by far the most important thing to me. It seems like they've continued this legacy.
As with any detector you learn how it works, and you learn how to drive with it. I firmly believe learning to drive with a detector has made me a much safer, more aware and all around better driver.
I haven't gotten my hands on these newest gen detectors and I'd be interested to see how they all perform, but from what I've read, and personal brand experience, I'd say the RedLine is what I'm most interested. Sadly I currently live in the city, and I barely have any use for a car currently, let alone a radar detector. That doesn't change me wanting one.
Long story short, if you're on the fence about getting a radar detector, consider these two things.
1. A better quality detector makes all the difference.
2. If it gets you out of even 1 ticket, it was worth the price of entry.
I'm wondering what kind of city you live in in which one doesn't need a car... there's only a handful of cities in the country that have decent subways. Unless you live in DC, NY NY or Chicago, you still need a car if you live in a city. But back to being on-point, I would still take the 360 over the RedLine. The Redline may "see" just a tad farther, but that small increase is NOT worth all the false positives you'd get. That's what makes the 360 the best.
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