The excellent and highly-rated VAVA dual dash camera complete with Full HD resolution recording is currently available with a discount applied via Amazon. If you are interested in this type of product, then make sure to act with haste.

You only need to look at the 9,000+ ratings on Amazon to understand that this is a product that hits a sweet spot with consumers.  More and more people are starting to turn to technology to keep them safe on the roads – during the day and night – and a lot of those drivers are putting their trust in VAVA to take care of their needs.

This is the first dual dash cam system on the market in which the resolution can reach up to 1920×1080 at 30 frames-per-second under simultaneously recording. Other leading competitors can only offer a 720p resolution, which causes the adverse picture and recording quality under certain circumstances. It’s also the first dual dash cam that has adopted the NT96663 CPU and a dual Sony sensor, with the front sensor being the IMX307 version and the rear sensor being the IMX323 version.

The system comes with greatly enhanced night vision functionality to ensure that excellent quality footage and images are captured at night and in low-light conditions. It also has an internal 24-hour parking monitor thanks to the internal 320mAh battery that allows it to continually be in a monitoring mode even when the engine is turned off. And as if all of that wasn’t enough, there is also an accompanying mobile app that makes managing the captured footage almost seamless.

Everything that you need to know is listed on the direct product link below. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve this price but just make sure to act promptly if you have been in the market for a dashboard camera of this nature.

Buy: VAVA Dual 1920x1080P FHD Dual Dashboard Camera from Amazon: $134.99 | Original price: $150

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