Amazon will now sell you the always-popular Rove R3 dash cam for just $199.99, but you need to place that order soon otherwise you run the risk of missing out.
We don’t know when this particular deal is going to end which means that the only way to make sure that you can benefit from it is to order your new dash cam today. Thankfully, Amazon doesn’t need you to enter any discount codes or clip any on-screen coupons, so just place the order as normal and you’ll benefit from a deal that saves you 33% and $100 instantly.
Buy: Rove R3 Dash Cam, 3” IPS Touch Screen, 3 Channel Dash Cam Front and Rear with Cabin from Amazon: $199.99 | Original price: $300
ROVE R3 is a 3 channel touch screen dash camera for cars. This is all you need for any dash cam need and enthusiast, period. It has all the bells and whistles with an industry-changing design that features 3 Inch IPS Touch Screen with just a single power button and the rest is done magically by ROVE’s custom-designed firmware of this dash camera.
The Rove R3 dash cam has a built-in GPS and offers 24-hour parking monitoring as well as support for 2K video recording. The dash cam also supports up to 512GB microSD cards, so you’ll never run out of space.
This dash cam can capture both the front and rear of your vehicle so that all angles are covered, while support for Wi-Fi and connectivity to your phone makes it easier than ever to get footage off the camera when it’s needed.
Remember that we don’t know when this particular deal is going to come to an end which means the only way to be sure of locking this price in is to order now, while we know the price is good.
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