Pick up this highly-rated REDTIGER dash cam with built-in Wi-Fi with a 41% discount applied. The ongoing price discount lets you grab total peace of mind whilst driving for just $118.99.

This particular dash cam comes with a high-performance Sony STORVIS CMOS sensor, f1.5 aperture, a 6-glass lens, and WDR night vision. All of that technology has been designed to work together to offer an excellent visual experience packed into a very small package.

The F7N REDTIGER dash cam comes with built-in Wi-Fi and offers an easy connection to the accompanying smartphone application that makes managing the camera a breeze. The app allows the car owner to access, play, and download photos and videos that have been captured by the camera. The mobile app also means that preferences can be set from a mobile device rather than having to mess around with the camera itself.

The front f1.5, rear f2.0 6-glass lens and advanced WDR technology allows the camera to capture more light, making it excellent in low-light conditions and for nighttime driving. The 170° front and 140° rear ultra-wide dual lens provides a full and clear view of 5 lanes of traffic and eliminates blindspots of vision in order to provide greater security.

The camera can track the driving location and speed, provide a parking location of the device with additional hardware, and a built-in G-sensor that allows the camera to capture an emergency situation and automatically lock the footage. A fantastic piece of hardware that brings peace of mind to driving for an extremely affordable price.

Pop on over to the direct link below to secure this dashboard camera deal at this reduced price. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price but you will need to act quickly as the price is likely to rise back up to normal levels.

Buy: REDTIGER 4K Dual Dash Cam from Amazon: $118.99 | Original price: $200.00

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