Reversing can be nerve-wracking in any car, but if you drive something a little on the unwieldy side it can be downright dangerous. What you need is a reversing camera, and if your car doesn’t have one fitted you can get your own at a great price right now. The Auto-Vox T2 replaces your rear view mirror and looks great.

Normally retailing for around $140, you can get your hands on the Auto-Vox T2 right now for just $97.99 if you enter the special discount code when checking out at Amazon. That’s a great saving and is the lowest price we’ve seen this unit sell for.

Buy: Auto-Vox T2 Reversing Camera from Amazon: $97.99 with code I84DVM7X | Original price: $140

Stable Signal and Clear Image: Compared with the wireless system, T2 receives a more stable signal via wired transmission, which ensures a crisp and sharp image without delay. There is no worry of interference or distorted image now!
Super Night Vision: T2 works perfectly even in low-light situations. With 6 LED lights embedded in rear view camera, it can automatically light up in nighttime to display pristine footage.

What makes this camera so great is the fact that it replaces your standard rear view mirror. A normal mirror when you want it to be, this thing automatically displays the image from the rear-facing camera whenever the car is placed into reverse gear. The image itself is 720p and displays a 170-degree view.

The camera also supports night viewing thanks to half a dozen LEDs and a light sensor to turn them on when needed. The entire thing takes four steps to install and is compatible with the majority of cars on the market right now. It’s well reviewed, too, suggesting this is one gizmo that not only sounds great, but works as described, too.

This is a great saving on a popular reversing camera and if your car is lacking one right now, this is the time to rectify that.

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