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Snooper S2 neo Review and Comparison


Snooper S2 neo entry-level speed camera locator provides advanced alerts to speed camera locations across the UK. Find out more about the S2 neo's features, how it works and which speed cameras it detects. Plus read reviews, share your own reviews and read comparisons with other best buy speed camera locators.


Review: Snooper S2 neo
Product type: Speed Camera Detector
Detection range: 500 metres
Technology: GPS
Installation: Windscreen mounting
Cost: £100


Key features

‣GPS - Detects Gatso, Truvelo, SPECS, Watchman, SpeedCurb and DS2.
‣Store preferred features - Memory retention of preferred personal features.
‣Auto-ranging - Speed limit of that particular location automatically determines the warning range.
‣Visual speed limit warnings - 4 LEDs. Driving above the posted speed limit two red LEDs will flash. Driving below the posted speed limit, the two blue LEDs will flash.


S2 neo Explained

The Snooper S2 neo GPS speed camera detector warns to Gatso cameras, Truvelo cameras, SPECS camera systems, digital cameras, accident blackspots, Watchman, SpeedCurb, DS2 and high risk zones using the Snooper enigma database of speed cameras.

The Snooper S2 neo speed camera detector includes two new features, Auto-Ranging and Speed Sensitive visual alerts. The Auto-Ranging feature is used so that you no longer have to set the detection range as the S2 automatically calculates the distance required depending on the speed limit.

The Snooper S2 neo is mounted on the dashboard or windscreen and connects to the vehicles cigarette lighter socket. Easy to move between vehicles.


S2 neo alerts

At each speed camera location the Snooper S2 neo will alert from a range 200 to 500metres automatically using the Snooper S2 neo's auto ranging facility. When driving in a 20mph or 30mph the alert range will be from 200metres rising automatically to a warning range of 500metres when driving in a 70mph zone.

The Snooper S2 neo's 4 LED's warn of approaching speed cameras and indicate whether you are driving over the enforced speed limit. If you are driving below the posted speed limit only the blue LED's will illuminate, but if you are driving above the enforced speed limit the red LED's will illuminate, warning you need to slow down.


Snooper AURA speed camera database

Like all Snooper speed camera detectors and sat navs, the Snooper S2 neo gets its speed camera locations via the Snooper AURA speed camera database. Updated daily, the AURA database can be downloaded to the device via a PC connected to the Internet with USB connection. It's important you regularly update, as the Pantera GPS database is only as good as the last download.

Countries included in the AURA database are: UK and Ireland, Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Luxembourg, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Romania, Russia, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa.

Subscription charges normally apply for the AURA database. However currently there is no charge to download the AURA database to the Snooper Pantera, this offer is free for the lifetime of the product.


Detectable Speed Cameras

Utilising GPS, radar and laser detection the Pantera can provide advanced warnings to the following fixed and mobile speed cameras:

Fixed cameras:

Gatso
Truvelo
SPECS average speed
SpeedSpike
Peek
SpeedCurb
Watchman

Mobile cameras:

‣Mobile speed camera locations as included within the downloadable AURA database.


Snooper S2 neo comparisons

Please note the Snooper S2 neo is no longer available, likewise the Novus Delta and RoadPilot MicroGo (compared below) are also no longer available.

The Snooper S2 neo isn't the only speed camera detector available to buy and use in the UK. Below you can read comparisons with two alternative speed trap locators the Novus Delta and RoadPilot microGO. To read the latest speed camera detector reviews click here.


Novus Delta

Novus Delta GPS speed camera detector like the Snooper S2 neo provides warning to all UK fixed and mobile speed camera locations via an internal speed camera database of GPS co-ordinates.

The Snooper S2 neo however doesn't include spoken voice alerts or on-screen speed limits which the Novus Delta offers.

To read the Novus Delta GPS speed camera detector review click here.


RoadPilot MicroGo

RoadPilot MicroGo is the smallest GPS speed camera detector on the market, and when compared to the Snooper S2 neo provides a wealth of extra features.

The RoadPilot MicroGo firstly provides all alerts via a LCD screen - displaying speed camera type, camera speed limit, your vehicles speed and proximity bar to the speed camera location.

The RoadPilot MicroGo also provides spoken voice alerts and includes a UK and Western European speed camera database.

To read the RoadPilot microGO GPS camera locator review click here.


Last updated: 21st September 2021