It’s not very often that you get the chance to save 30% on a dash cam that has a massive 4.5 stars from almost 500 reviews on Amazon, but that’s exactly what we are offering you today. The updated APEMAN dash cam offers full HD 1080p recording, and it can be yours for just $27.99.

Normally, this dash cam sells for around $40 and that price is more than reasonable given the capabilities it has to offer. Alongside that 1080p recording, there’s a 3-inch LCD for viewing those recordings as well as a live feed. The lens it uses is also good for 170° wide angle videos so you can be sure that everything up from it is captured.

It’ll be captured day or night as well thanks to HDR capabilities that make it perfectly suited to recording no matter the amount of light available. With a G-sensor built in, recordings will also know when the camera detects a shunt, such as an accident or other jolt. It’s all pretty amazing, and it prevents the cyclical recordings from overwriting data that is needed further down the line.

Buy: Dash Cam APEMAN [Updated Version] Dashboard FHD 1080P Car Camera from Amazon: $27.99 with code 6T3CGE6N | Original price: $40

C450 Dash Cam with maximum FHD 1080P supporting 4032×3024 photos, to let you enjoy 12MP high resolution video.Ultra Clear 3.0 inch LCD screen and 170°wide angle to enjoy more clearer and broader visual experience while driving.
When built-in gravity sensor detects a collision, the current video of dash cam is locked, ensuring important footage is kept protected from being overwritten.Automatically record once detects moving subjects with 3 meters in front of the 6G lens to avoid emergency.

With so many great reviews on Amazon it’s clear that everyone who paid full price for this dash cam is more than happy with it. Right now you ge the chance to be equally as happy while only paying a fraction of the price. That sounds like a pretty great deal to us!

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