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Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter: Lifeline for Off-Roaders!


The Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter incorporates information from either a GPS device with internal sensors to display speed, inclination, & side-to-side roll angle. It can notify you when you’re ready to tip over for $65, making it a must for anyone who likes to ride off-road.

Price and availability

Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter: Price and availability

An Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter, which costs $65, can show the driver their current speed as well as whether or not the car is ready to tip over. The company supplies a variety of automotive gear and tools to both professionals and amateurs.

Design and Features

Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter: Design and Features

An Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter is for individuals who like to drive on dirt trails & mountain ridges rather than paved highways. It can not only display GPS-based speed, but it can also measure the vehicle’s slope and roll angles thanks to a variety of internal sensors. The X95 is encased in a half-spherical plastic housing that measures 3.3 x 3.2 x 2.2 inches and weighs only 2.9 ounces.

The unit’s 2.1-inch straight view color screen may display the vehicle’s angles in two different ways for quick identification. This is represented numerically for side-to-side rolling (on top) and front-to-back incline (on the bottom) (below). While the system may warn of speed, its true value lies in the tilt interface, which alerts the driver when the car is tilted more than 30 degrees.

Single Interface

With a brief touch of its single interface button, you can quickly switch between the major screen layouts. Speed, date, time, the number of satellites in communication, and a numerical overview of the unit’s data are among the options. Long pressing the button brings up the settings menu, where you can alter the units, alarm settings, and screen color.

A 12-volt accessory socket adapter, a 55-inch cable, but a shorter one that strips ends to directly hook into a vehicle’s fuse box includes in the package, in addition to that an adhesive pad also. The adapter includes two lighted USB-A plugs capable of pumping out 2.4 amps, which is too many for the HUD as well as a couple of phones.

Relying on GPS satellite readings, the device limits speed, time, and range characteristics. Due to the lack of OBD connectivity, the Akabane A500’s engine speed & coolant temperature can’t see. There’s also no phone integration, thus Hudway Drive’s phone-based spin directions aren’t available on the Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter.


  • Size: 3.3 x 3.2 x 2.2 inches
  • Weight: 2.9 ounces
  • Power: 12-volt accessory outlet
  • Color/Monochrome: Color
  • Number of parameters displayed: 6
  • Display size: 2.1-inches
  • Alarms: No


The Autool X95 looks great on a dashboard, however, it doesn’t have the same adjustable base as other Autool devices. The Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter should operate with any car on the road today. Because it doesn’t rely on OBD data, however, it lacks an on/off switch.

The bulky power cable proved a little more difficult to conceal than flat cables in the dashboard. The system’s towering design also slightly obstructs the view ahead, there are much worse HUDs on the market.

It X95 GPS Slope Meter comes with a three-year guarantee and an eight-page start-up booklet, making it a long-distance runner. Regrettably, there is no extensive online documentation.


Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter: Performance

It took a little and over 3 minutes for the Autool X95 GPS Slope Meter module to reach the closest satellites after putting it into the cigarette lighter outlet of the 2014 Audi A4 Allroad. It turns off as soon as you turn off the car.

It responds well to on-the-road modifications & accurately recorded the car’s inclination and roll angles during a long trip. When the car reached 30 degrees, a built-in roll-over alarm goes off. Because the X95 GPS Slope Meter can’t access the car’s onboard diagnostics, it lacks features like a tachometer & temperature gauge that other HUDs have.

The device does have a light source sensor, which changes the display brightness depending on the time of day or night. The screen is washout quickly on the negative and is hard to read in direct sunlight.


With an inclination and roll angle gauge, an X95 GPS Slope Meter is indeed a terrific method to see whether your car is coming too close to the edge. However, because the device is primarily reliant on GPS data, and just GPS data. It lacks information on the vehicle’s internal processes.

An Autool X95 is a tiny and light gadget that costs only $65. It is, however, primarily geared towards people who regularly go off-roading. So those who are accustomed to driving on concrete roads and highways may want to consider purchasing a different device.

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