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  1. Kadafrogg
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    in South Carolina jammers are illegal so the next best thing i found was veil it is 100% legal
    adds much needed reaction time to slow down safely

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    • Boat
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      This stuff does nothing, but at least it’s passive! Don’t waste your money.

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      • Tom

        “This stuff does nothing, but at least it’s passive! Don’t waste your money.”

        Is this your subjective OPINION based or is it based on objective testing of the product?

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        • "Radar" Roy Reyer

          @Tom, yes I have tested the Veil on my vehicles and the GOL also has tested it. In our reviews it did reduce the punch through

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          • Tom

            Actaully, admin, my question was posed to “boat” who I quoated as saying “don’t waste your money.” But thank you, anyway.

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          • Dear Roy,

            How does this work at night when the headlights are on? Does it still protect?

            Thanks

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          • Yes, headlamps have no effect on laser

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      • Rlewing50
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        It works great dude. Are you a motorcycle cop that doesn’t like losing?

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        • Rlewing50

          My thought exactly. This coating has worked as advertised every encounter I have had with Lidar. I have been lased about 20 times, zero tickets….

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      • If you drive a white or light colored car it won’t work because they can hit your car anywhere with the LIDAR and get a reading. However, If you drive a black or dark color car they have to hit your headlamp or front plate to get a reading–and that is what this coating PREVENTS!

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    • Dentish
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      NOPE !! Did not work on my 2010 Mustang. No front plates. Black grill. Nailed for 56 in 45 zone around midnight, crystal clear night. Not sure which gun, but I would estimate range at about 800ft. I have enough Veil (3 or 4 coats) on all front headlights/fog lights to obviously darken the beams. As a matter of fact, I thought I might need to strip it off just to see better at night. Now I know that this stuff will not help me. I do not have a laser jammer, but I run with an Escort 9500ix. In my case this Veil was useless and provided no benefit. In this painful real life scenario, Veil failed to perform. If there was any benefit, it did not stop a ticket. I would not buy it again.

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      • Dentish, a couple questions so I can pass on to the manufacture

        1: At what distance was the officer when he shot you?
        2: What color is your car?

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  2. Jared
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    I am a satisfied user of this product. I have successfully defeated multiple LIDAR laser encounters by using VEIL stealth paint in combination with my Escort Passport 8500 x50. One time the officer continued to shoot my vehicle (1996 Chevy Lumina)from behind as I passed him, just to get a reading. Another time, the officer shooting my vehicle looked at his LIDAR gun with a confused look on his face.

    While this product in not as reliable as an active laser jammer, it is a very good alternative to someone who can’t afford a high priced jammer.

    You still NEED a high quality radar/laser detector to pair with this product.

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    Feedback: 20 positive
    • Rlewing50

      Ditto. To see the officer point the unit up in the air and look at the business end with a puzzled look is the best entertainment money can buy.

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  3. superdude

    Never would expect something would work like this… interesting

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  4. michael
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    Does anyone know how long the application to the headlights/license plates last?
    And do you apply this to your rear license plate/tail lights too?
    Thanks,
    Michael

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      A typical application will last a year and you would apply to the front headlights and plate as that is where 95% of all laser is shot

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      • Rlewing50
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        Laser Jamming Capabilities Not Rated

        Get an antilaser cover for the front plate ($6 to $8), paint the head and fog lights, and do not pressure wash it…I had the police lase my car three times in a 2000 ft approach and I could see them pointing it at my car clearly when they finally got a speed at about 300 feet. They were not happy…Using a Passport 9500IX…

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      • cliff

        I was reading the reviews on the veil laser jamming and noticed in one comment you mentioned that the headlights doesnt make any difference but in another post you put that 95% of the hits are on the head lamps and plates could you please explain thank you.

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        • Having your headlights on or off is what reference. Officers do target headlamps and front plates. Hopes this clarifies

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  5. villane

    interesting product,since I travel alot ,but use alot of toll roads,will this jam the signal for toll detector?

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      No, the Veil works against police lidar guns, not toll detectors

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    • Rlewing50

      They have a license plate cover called tollfree that blurs the numbers to the cameras. Have not tested it.

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      • Wouldn’t recommend it, the covers are ticket magnets

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        • Rlewing50

          True. I do have a anti-laser cover on the front and so far the police are too busy to bother me about it. They just wait for the next mark.

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  6. Just bought 9500ix, which will alert … Will using liszt jammer alert police that I have a jammer, and make them want to pull me over? The lidar guns does not get reading, office visually sees me moving much faster than traffic, and wham, no reading, but visually sees speed, and now they will pull me over.

    Net/net; won’t cop pull me over when he does not get a reading and I am obviously going fast?
    What about lidar on rear of car.

    Thanks!
    Jeff

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      Well hopefully you would slow down when it activates and not continue speeding, thus reducing the suspicions of the officer

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      • Bill Garfield

        A state hwy patrol officer, in Texas at least, ***WILL*** pull you over if he/she ***visually observes*** you speeding more than 10 mph over the limit regardless whether or not they were able to clock you. Absent the scientific evidence (radar, laser, vascar) you will not get a ticket, but you certainly will get a WW (Written Warning). Most state LEO’s are experts in estimating vehicle speed within +/- 3 mph of actual. Even without the scientific evidence it’s at the LEO’s discretion to cite you for “wreckless” operation or “driving too fast for conditions”.

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        • Nothing would delight me more than having the success of my detector/jammer/stealth coating confirmed with an official “we’re pissed off at you” document.

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        • Dan

          They may give you a warning ticket but it is completely bogus without some sort of measurement. The courts have consistently tossed out LEO estimates (read: guesses). The LEO may claim they can estimate speed with some accuracy but they cannot convince a court of it. They need something besides a guess for ‘probable cause to make a stop. Sorry.

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          • I agree with you 100% Dan but I have had folks email me that the judge has found that the officers can Guestimate someone’s speed and have found them guilty. Unbelievable!!!

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          • bob stigman
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            Laser Jamming Capabilities Not Rated

            Pretty sure that several years ago, the Ohio supremes ruled in favor of a cop guestimating speed – this ruling has zero precedent outside of Ohio.

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    • Rlewing50

      Have not encounter them using it from the rear. Usually from the Freeway on ramps they just sit there with their radars on…easier as they dont have to aim the radars. Lidar is more likely used to pick off the speeding car on a crowded road as its very selective.

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  7. denis

    hi there i just ordered a bottle of veil hop this stuff really workes denis frome quebec canada

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @ denis a lot depends on the color of your car. Dark colored cars it works best. Let me know if you have any questions

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      • Craig

        Please elaborate on the ‘dark colored cars it works best’ – I have a bright red G8 – is this still worth it? I’m in MN and laser jammers are illegal, so I’m just interested in the veil paint.
        Thanks

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        • White cars are very easy to target with laser while black has little reflectivity
          Red is about in the middle

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          • Conservative Tea

            I drive black cars exclusively and have never gotten a ticket with a radar/lidar device. I use a top of the line Cobra radar/laser detector and a Passport as a back up because I’m paranoid LOL and it has been batting 1000 for me the last 5 years–works perfectly! In IL we do have front plates and this stuff on my front plate and headlamps gives me extra time to slow down. Also, I’ve noticed a LOT of cops up high on overpasses with their little radar/lidar guns with chase cars on the ramps. Start looking UP people because if you see a stationary vehicle on the top of an overpass, it’s more than likely gonna be a state/county revenue collector. I run hard and fast so between my 2 radar/lidar and this paint, I’m comfortable with setting my cruise control at 100-110 when conditions allow. I’m a professional driver BTW, been to NASCAR school and the exec protection limo driving school so I have TRAINING in high-speed driving and 2.7 million accident and ticket free miles in my life. I’ve also lived for many years in Germany where I routinely drove at 140-150 mph on the autobahn in a 700 series BMW so I have a great deal of high-speed driving experience. I’m not some punk kid out driving fast for fun, I just need to get where I’m going by car since I don’t fly on airplanes. I strongly discourage untrained and inexperienced drivers from driving this fast. Training and experience are absolutely necessary to drive at high speeds–and at 100 mph plus, you won’t get a ticket, you’ll be going to JAIL. Remember that, and keep a lawyer on retainer.

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  8. Brent

    Do you recommend veil for tail lights? It seems in North Carolina lasers are typically shot at the rear since we are not required to have front license plates.

    Does the “laser shield” license plate cover work?

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @Brent No, wouldn’t recommend it for tail lights. The rear is allot harder to protect and Veil to the rear wouldn’t do anything
      You would need a pair of jammers

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      • Darien

        Hi Mr. Reyer,

        You said you wouldn’t recommend it on tail lights – is this because it significantly changes the color output of the tail lights, or is there other concerns?

        I’m asking for similar reasons as Brent, I live in N.C. as well, and my car has no front plate and “pop-up” headlights, along with plenty of angles in the front – so the rear is the bigger concern. I do plan on getting an active laser shifter, but would love to pair it up with this stuff.

        Thank you for your time!

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        • Never knew an officer that would target taillights. There is plenty of other stuff in the back of a car to shoot
          A jammer would be my 1st choice for the rear

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  9. vick

    Saw the youtube demo, intetresting but will the headlights change their image to dark??? this is not very shick on expensive and new cars. the veil should be without colour…like water.

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    • "Radar" Roy Reyer

      @ vick depends on how much you apply. I only apply a thin coating and it changes the tint to a bluish color

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    • Mario.

      Clear color of dye-based IR 850-950nm blocker is not physically possible, it will always block some of the 600-680nm wavelenghts you humans call the color RED. And white light without the RED spectrum gets azure, cyan to bluish tint.

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      • Rlewing50

        If done right the slight tint looks like those smoke covers on expensive cars…anyway it beats the heck out of a $500 ticket and your insurance going up.

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    • Rlewing50

      Try it, you will love the results and it looks fine. Just clean the bugs off first…

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  10. David

    est ce que les phare reste noirci quand on applique se produit? et sa diminue t-elle la visibiliter?

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    • Radar Roy

      @ David Sorry David we don’t speak ????

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    • Kevin

      Elle ajoute une teinte légèrement bleutée, mais ne réduit pas la visibilité de façon significative. L’anglais au français avec Google Translate.

      Roy, this comment was in French, and (using google translate) was asking about the tint on the headlights and visibility, I responded with “It adds a slight bluish tint, but does not reduce visibility significantly.”

      Hope this helps!

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    • Le revêtement rendra vos phares ont une légère teinte bleutée mais n’affecte pas votre visibilité de nuit tout en les utilisant.

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  11. Alexandre
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    Laser Jamming Capabilities Not Rated

    Hi,

    I live in Florida, I just bought a laser jammer, and the Veil Stealth Coating, and I was wondering since in Floride we don’t need to put a front license plate, if I should paint the black plate ?

    If yes, should I put the product on the plate, or on the cover ( since I have one )

    Thanks !

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  12. Carmine

    I read the comments about it lasting a year before re applying but I was wondering will washing the car remove the product? Also since it has a bit of tint to it will you be able to tell when it is wearing off?

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  13. Carmine

    Also will this product protect you from K, KA ban and other radar devices not associated with a laser gun?

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    • Veil does nothing for police radar, only laser

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    • Rlewing50

      Your going to need a radar detector, The GPS passports that eliminate most false alarms are superior to any others out there…I will not drive fast with out one. Cost about the same as your first ticket…Most police today use KA band, K band is fading away as you can detect them 5 miles away…Funny little issue, after that big quake in Japan my detector had to remap most of the stationary false alarms…Motion detectors and door openers mostly. They will drive you nuts if you buy a Valentine…

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  14. James

    Roy,

    I have clear covers on my car, should I apply it to my clear cover or license plate?

    Also, you mentioned that rear won’t do much? Why?

    Thanks,
    James

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  15. James

    I was wondering, I heard about the veil “laser shield” license plate cover. Is the stealth coating better for license plates? Or should I combine and get the laser shield cover for the plate and the stealth coating for the headlights?

    Thanks for all you do!

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  16. Denis

    Roy, I just bought an STi Magnum because of your review, but here you seem to reccomend the STi Driver?? J am a very fast Road Warrior…

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  17. Mark

    In states without a front license plate requirement, how effective would only coating the headlights be if the entire front of the car is exposed? Sports cars like the Honda S2000, Mazda Miata MX4, Porsche Boxter, Corvette, ZR4, etc., have a lot more hood exposed than just the head lights.

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    • Depends on how reflective the surfaces are. The headlamps and front plate are typically the most reflective areas of a car

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    • Rlewing50
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      Laser Jamming Capabilities Not Rated

      I have an Altima Coupe with no fog lights and the laser paint works well. Car colors can be an issue…Mine is smokey gray…I have heard white cars are tougher to laser proof…In Calif getting caught with a laser jammer is a fix it ticket. Much better then getting an expensive speeding ticket…Been using this product (the paint)for 4 years with a quality detector and have not been pulled over once…Before I went stealth mode I had 3 tickets in a year…I have been lased on 5 different occasions…Once a motorcycle cop was very close but off to the side. As I drove by him I swear he had his Lidar pointing up at his face and was looking into it (like down the barrel) to see if something was wrong. I laughed all the way home…

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  18. Mark

    MX5 Miata, not MX4

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  19. Mike

    My car does not have a front plate. So where should I mount the vail besides the headlights?

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    • Stand in front of your car and look for any reflective surfaces
      Would not recommend your paint or chrome

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  20. How has the formula changed over the last 4 years? Does it still appear a dull bluish color or has it become more of a smoked shade?

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    • Yes, same formula, blueish tint

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      • Thanks Roy, I’ll email ya one of these days.

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      • Rlewing50

        Last time I bought it, it said new and improved formula…It actually cut their range by around 2/3 and didn’t burn through until I was 200 to 300 feet away..They first lased me at about 2000 feet setting off the detector. Then then lased me again, and they lased me a third time continuously until it burned through and I had slowed down by then…Had to buy and recoat as the dealer did some work on my car and power washed it off my headlights…Once you open the container store it some where cool and upright as the container will leak…

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  21. John
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    Just bought the product, but have not received it yet. I was wondering about the front plastic chrome grill on the Infiniti G37 I have. Should I apply it on that? Is there an easier way to remove the product once it is on? Any issues applying it directly to the front plate? In NJ, the police do not like us to have plastic covers on our license plates and can write you a ticket for having them. Thank you for your time and help!

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    • No, would not recommend applying to chrome areas, it will discolor those areas. No problem in applying it to the front plate

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    • Rlewing50

      I have the Altima Coupe and I did paint the chrome and it didn’t look very good…ethanol (white lightning) will remove it but becareful of your paint.

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  22. J.G.

    I read in these responses that it could last up to a year and car washes shouldn’t affect it… perhaps I missed it, but is there any advantage to doing layers much like waxing a paint? Additionally, is there any difference to applying it with the brush vertically vs. horizontally and the way it would harden with L-R grain lines over vertical ones for diffraction?

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    • Mine has been on for a couple years and yes you could do layers but typically 1 coat would do it. No difference in how you apply the brush strokes

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    • Rlewing50

      I have had it on for as long as two years, avoid pressure washers.

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  23. J.G.

    I forgot to ask before, but how well would this apply to a Lamin-X type lens protecting film? Not entirely sure how to describe the product, hopefully you know what it is.

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    • Rlewing50

      have no idea what that film is for but my experience with the laser coating is it seems to protected the headlight lenses from fading with time..Based on four years of use…My GF uses cheap tooth paste to polish her faded headlights lenses and it seems to work as well as those expensive kits…

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  24. Brad

    Hey Roy,
    Just picked up an Escort Redline and ONTRACK Laser Shield through your partner site and can’t wait to use them. I’m from Canada and I believe both are made there so funny I had to have them delivered to my hotel in the States.

    Any reviews or planned reviews for the Laser Shield or is this just bogus?

    Thanks,

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    • I don’t recommend the plate covers because they are “ticket magnets”
      I’m glad you purchased at Radarbusters, however I’m just a consultant for them and they don’t always listen to my suggestions

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    • Rlewing50

      Roy may be right about the covers being ticket magnets but mine has been on the car for 4 years. I need a new one as they get cloudy with time…They do seem to work…Anyone reading this should understand the laser beam is a tight focused beam that is maybe 6 feet in diameter at 2000 feet and tighter and smaller the closer you get to the officer. Its wise to have the detector as low as possible and not up at the roof line as you may not detect the laser…My son and his jacked up in the air pickup learned this lesson the hard way with a 500 dollar ticket when he had the detector above the rear view mirror and it never went off. Also jacked up in the air makes you an easy laser target….

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  25. dennis

    how do I remove Veil? I am turning in my lease car, and i can’t get it off with lense cleaner, Simple Green or acetone. Please advise – great product – leaves the Canadian OPP’s banging their laser guns trying to get a reading

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  26. Sheng

    Hi guys , I’m a little confused ,does it mean that I need a jammer to go with this coating ? If I do indeed have a jammer ,why do I need a coating ?

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    • Would recommend one, yes

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    • Rlewing50

      Illegal in many states and the officer will know he is getting jammed…In Calif its a cheap fix it ticket…People get around it by having a handy power cut off switch for the jammer…Get lased, jam him, slow down and cut power to the jammer. That way he can get a speed reading…I think I learned that from Roy…I do not use a jammer but love the paint…The police like to hit you with the laser at extreme distances or they are off to the side up on an over pass. Less reflection out of the head lights if they hit you at an angle. Most officers will say WTH, and just laze the next guy and forget you…Usually you will see their car turned sideways as it will not work through their windows and it will not work when they are in motion…Don’t buy cheapy detectors…

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  27. zig

    liked the video. Thanks for the info. Wondering if having the headlights turned has any effect on the coating or the “veiling”. Up here in Canada our vehicle headlights are always on.

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  28. JJ

    Hello. Back to the “works best on dark colored cars” comment above… What about white, or in my case silver, cars?

    I understand darker colors adsorb more light / EMR – but will lighter colors offset the benefit of the product? Is the protection significant enough to still be worth it?

    Thanks.

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  29. goodkid1

    What about illumination loss when coating headlights and auxiliary lights? I LOVE the brightness of my array. What is the percentage loss on Hella 55 watt bulbs……and on 130 watt headlights? Thx

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  30. ingram4868
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    Laser Jamming Capabilities Not Rated

    Can the product be completely removed prior to subsequent applications?

    You mentioned it needs to be reapplied every couple of months. What causes it to wear off?

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    • I have have had my Veil on my Harley now for over a year and still works great. But yes, if you’re doing a new application take the old stuff off first

      What causes it to come off is just daily wear and tear

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  31. 9809pinnamk

    First of all, I really liked that it blocked 20/20. I have a few question about this product
    1. suppose I have a laser jammer installed in my car and I also have veil and I am in a Virginia for suppose, where having a jammer is illegal. In your other videos you suggested to turn off or unplug the device in states like that. But because of this veil if the cops gun is blocked and if he comes up and looks for a jammer, ill be in trouble

    2. How well does this product do in rain and should I reapply it after every car wash?
    3.for some reason if I have to remove this product, how can I do that.

    thanks in advance

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    • The Veil is not going to make you 100% invisible so they will still get a reading as you get closer to the officer so there shouldn’t be any suspicions.

      Veil works very well and one coating will last 6 to 9 months

      You can remove with rubbing alcohol

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  32. Jason Da Rulo

    Hi Radar roy,

    I see that a tinted license plate is a 114$ ticket here in the state of Ca. I was wondering if this veil while on a cover for the license plate, would it be dark enough to be considered a “tint” for a ticket.

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  33. George Warn

    Roy, I was wondering if this coating can be used on HID headlights on my Challenger. I have heard that if I buy accessory headlight covers (not laser defeating covers, but smoked tint) for the car, and the HID lights are turned on it will melt the covers, so they have to be removed at night. Is there any affect from extreme heat to this coating if applied on HID headlights?

    Thanks,

    George

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  34. XD

    Hey Guys, Enough of this children play. I have about 10 years (!!!) the Blinder M-20 , the oldest and the most basic Blinder’s device, ok? I installed it with 3 vehicles. It jammed all of the lasers… Didn’t miss a bit, about 9-10 times. I had been lucky. When you have blinder you don’t need to waste any more money about lucky paints.. It is the best protection I know. I am not working there, but this device just keep on working and with a precise.

    Good luck all 🙂

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