VAVA’s 1080p Dash Cam With Night Vision Capabilities Drops To $57.99 Today [Original Price: $120]

It isn’t often that you get chance to save a massive 52% on a dash cam, but that’s the situation we find ourselves in right now thanks to this deal on a camera from VAVA. The VAVA dash cam would normally set you back a cool $120, but right now you can save a pretty penny.

There’s a reason this camera normally costs so much, and that’s quality. With a 1080p 60fps camera and a 360-degree swivel angle, you can capture just about anything with this thing. Other advanced features make it easy to get footage off of your camera, too, with an iPhone or Android app available to connect to the camera via WiFi.

Add in the fact that the built-in Sony sensor is capable of crystal clear night vision and that there’s a G-sensor that can automatically detect when an accident takes place, and you have all the hallmarks of an excellent little dash cam. What’s even better is the huge discount on offer, too.

Based on powerful Novatek NT96663 CPU and Sony IMX291 sensor, the 1080P dash cam captures road front in crystal details at 1920x1080P@60fps, capturing license plates clear. 360°Rotatable lens swivel in any direction, enable capture any special footage in front, outside and inside as well.

When checking out, remember to enter the discount code below and to click the on-screen 10% off coupon, otherwise you won’t get the super awesome discount we’re talking about. Not that paying full price for this dash cam would be a travesty, but we all like to grab a bargain, don’t we?

Dash cams are great for capturing anything that happens on the road, and when you need footage because the worst has happened, this dash cam should make sure it’s as clear as can be.

Buy: Dash Cam, VAVA 1920x1080P@60fps Wi-Fi Car Dash Camera with GPS from Amazon: $57.99 with code HKSAVAVA and on-screen coupon | Original price: $120

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