Valentine One Concealed Display for Radar Detector

Tired of other drivers crowding up behind so they can live off your detector warnings? Or maybe you just prefer to keep a low profile. Here’s a remote display that partners with V1, moving all the visual warnings to a location of your choosing while V1 continues on duty in the dark mode.

The Concealed Display may be attached directly to the Lighter Adapter (see Note below). Or you may mount it anywhere using self-stick interlocking fasteners, then connect with the power cord (included) to either the Lighter Adapter or Direct-Wire Power Adapter (both included with V1).

Mute and Mode selection are controlled by the Control Knob on the Display (On-Off and Volume adjustments remain on V1).

This compact module measures only 1.0-in. H x 2.5-in. W x 1.2-in. D. Satin-black finish matches V1.

Note: This “attachment” is not possible with the old single-wire Lighter Adapter used up through 1997. Replace with Adapter (Item 20319) as used on today’s V1.

Includes: Concealed-display module; Power cord, 8-ft.; Power cord, 3-in.; Display-module backplate (for mounting); self-stick interlocking fasteners.

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2 Responses to Valentine One Concealed Display for Radar Detector

  1. C. McVeay says:

    V1 Concealed display Instead of having everyone on your bumper because they can see the lights of your detector on the dash, you can easily move the display and controls for your V1 to a location that’s better suited for you. Now, you don’t have to take your eyes off the road to see the display and the device can be placed within easy arms reach to access the mute button when needed. If your V1 is powered from the cigarette lighter, you can install this unit in 2 minutes or less. If you are running hidden wires,…

  2. Mike Schentag says:

    Works perfectly I had to get this because some dumb swine saw my light on the radar detector and chased me three miles down the interstate to see what the light was. Fortunately I was not speeding (obviously I have a radar detector) so all he could do is look for it on my dash when he pulled up next to me, but I had already taken it down so he could not see it. It did make me laugh though, he got so butthurt about it that he had his buddy cop ride my bumper for ten miles a few minutes later in the hopes that I…