Whistler Radar Detectors

High Performance Radar Detectors & Electronics

The Whistler Group, a high-technology electronics company, was founded in 1971 in Bentonville, Arkansas, by a group of private investors. Shortly thereafter, it became a leading manufacturer of auto radar detectors and opened an additional facility in Massachusetts to increase the production level. Thanks to its passion for quality, Whistler has remained at the forefront of the aftermarket industry for decades.

Whistler was one of the pioneers in designing and manufacturing radar detectors. Since its first automotive radar detection system saw the world in the mid 1970's, the company has maintained the number one position among its competitors. Capitalizing on its wealth of experience and technical background, Whistler brought a complete line of DC to AC Power Inverters to market and so became a significant participant in the power inverter market.

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Nowadays Whistler continues its unwavering dedication to bringing the most advanced technology and professional care to the market. The company's product line is growing rapidly and now includes not only laser detectors and power inverters but also numerous GPS receivers, wireless inspection cameras, DVRs, radio scanners, TPMS systems, etc., making life on the road a lot easier.


The manufacturer continuously introduces innovative products but it has never been indifferent to environmental problems. To support earth-friendly initiatives, Whistler implemented a corporate sustainability plan in 2007 and also provided a range of lead-free products complying with RoHs standards. To introduce them and other new devices to a large audience, Whistler takes an active part in numerous events and exhibitions such as SEMA, CES, AutoZone Expo, and many others.


Whistler Reviews
Average rating:54.8 - 6 reviews
4.5(4.5)
APPEARANCE10
EASE OF INSTALLATION10
PRICE/VALUE8
QUALITY8
2000 Saab 9-5
| Posted by | (Buffalo, WY)

Detects radars before they're even in sight. Looks good, plenty of warning. I ran the power wire under the dash and connected it to an "add a fuse" which cleaned up the wiring and opened up a cig lighter. I recommend this over a Cobra any day.

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