Escort RedLine Radar Detector Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
No need to fly under the radar-just detect it well ahead of time with the Escort RedLine Radar Detector. The RedLine is the most sensitive, longest range radar detector in the Escort lineup, delivering the earliest warning times possible. With a twin-antenna design, front & rear laser detection and intelligent false alert software, the RedLine escorts you past sneaky radar-equipped speed traps with ease.
Along with the advanced radar detection, the RedLine is also equipped with TotalShield Technology to outwit the detector detectors. That way, the cops won't know you're coming. And, Escort outfits the RedLine with Traffic Sensor Rejection and AutoMode logic, so your spirited motoring is never interrupted by false alarms.
Escort includes everything you need to foil the fuzz-comprehensive owner's manual, quick-reference card, quick-release suction-cup windshield mount, coiled SmartCord lighter adapter, mute button, alert lamp, power-on indicator, and a handy travel case. And best yet, Escort backs your Redline Radar Detector with a 1-year warranty.
Our 7+ Escort RedLine Radar Detector customer reviews have an average rating of 4.50 out of 5 stars. To see specific reviews about your vehicle, please select your year, make and model from the drop down above.
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by gilbert p (EL PASO, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 GMC Yukon — Jun 18, 2014 8:23 PM
This radar is the best for people who take road trips. Paid for its self on a road trip to South Padre Island. Alerted me of highway patrols well in advance and saw a couple of people get pulled over when it could easily have been me without the alert. I'm not a speeder but sometimes you need to speed up to get around those semis I don't like driving behind them for safety reasons, this radar allows you to safely pass them without worrying about getting getting ticketed for speeding.
Reviewed by John L (Weare, NH) Reviewed for a 2010 Mazda RX-8 — Mar 17, 2012 3:15 PM
works well but don"t get the idea you can speed, when the police use instant on and your the one they are looking at your done if speeding. Lets you know if they are in the area if they are useing the radar, some of them leave it on all the time , but others turn it on for a single car.
Reviewed by Alan J (Las Cruces, NM) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Avalanche — Dec 17, 2011 8:35 PM
The RedLine is a very sensitive RD that alarms you of threats but is not obnoxious like the Beltronics STI. The tone and volume are loud enough to get your atention even with the radio playing, but it goes to a mild setting that lets you know the threat is still around. I have not had any issues with mine so far and am happy with the purchase.
Reviewed by Dr. Michael W (Cincinnati, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Avalon — Sep 27, 2011 4:24 PM
Having been on the ground floor when the original Cincinnati Microwave forst opened, I have had experience with several of the Escort models. Most recently I had the Escort 7500, but the Escort Redline is again a major step forward.
Reviewed by Duc H (Lubbock, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Saturn Vue — Aug 25, 2011 5:45 AM
I just bought Redline Radar and is give me a warning very far that way i know when to slow down. Most of the radar it go off too late and i also install a ZR4 laser jammer which are compatible with my Redline also so i get far ahead warning and laser jammer make it even better.
Reviewed by Russell T (cayucos, CA) — Jul 20, 2011 8:46 PM
I bought an escort 8500 passport X50 about 10 years ago and used it on my Buell motorcycle to go on a 10,000 mile trip to Quebec and back to California and other various cross country trips by motorcycle. I found that if the thing gave me one chirp of Ka signal there was a smoky out there. The thing saved me from a possible ticket many times and paid for itself after the first two such encounters. I also noticed that different state patrol all use their radar differently. California highway patrol leave their's on all the time and are easy to detect. Nevada will hit you at the last minute coming towards you to also get a good visual (which is required) and not give you a slowdown opportunity. They will also hide behind trucks on two lanes like #95 and pop into the passing lane and then drop back after getting a reading. Goldfield to Tonapah on 95 is one I remember. I could tell you lots of stories. I also liked the digital voltmeter on the passport which reads charging system voltage when not detecting radar. The unit is bulletproof as I have used it in a plastic bag in the rain on my motorcycle and it has nicks and scratches from dropping it in the house. I try to treat it right but it seems to take a little abuse ok. It has been a quality product for me and I highly recommend it. The damned thing is still perking and I will continue to depend on it. The redline has all these capabilities and some more. Although I have not used it for as many years as my passport it does seems to detect at slightly greater distances. The jury is still out on that because I do not have many years experience with it yet. It also has the digital voltmeter although the instructions don't make that very clear at all. The main reason I bought it is because of my excellent experience with the Passport and because my wife has figured out how to use it in her car and she has a tendency to leadfoot which jacks up our auto insurance. She has learned to use the binders when the Ka goes off. Although the California Highway Patrol was