How many lasers can you detect? How about... ALL OF THEM?
It's a radar/laser detector. And sure, you could use it to circumvent the law, laughing in the face of the brave men and women charged with keeping our roads safe. But this machine isn’t just for cop-hating criminals. There are plenty of reasons why you might want to detect lasers and radar.
Radar Enthusiasts - Maybe you just like to know when radar is around to satisfy your own curiosity. Do you ever get that tingling in your bones that says “there’s radar passing through me?” Well this machine can help confirm your suspicions! As a side note, you might want to visit a mental health professional.
Post Apocalyptic Wasteland Inhabitants - Once The Plague comes, causing the end of organized society, survivors will communicate solely with radar beacons. Being able to detect such modulations could be the difference between finding shelter and being left to the roaming hordes.
Expensive Paperweight Collectors - This thing might be great at detecting law enforcement’s watchful eyes, but don’t forget about its ability to be a small object that can hold down paper on windy days. Although if you’re doing most of your work in the park, you might not be able to afford this.
Or, you know, you could just use this to get away with breaking speeding laws.