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Best Selling and Deals of Cheap Dash Cams for December 2021

So you’ve decided it’s time to cover yourself up with a cheap dashcam deal? You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on a dashcam, as most of the cheaper cameras are more than enough for what you need.

In an ideal world, we wouldn’t need dash cams. But it’s not an ideal world, and thanks to insurance fraudsters, terrible drivers and the bizarre giant boulder rolling down the side of a mountain and down the highway, dash camera sales allowed more and more people to record over time. In this roundup, we’ve found the best deals on some really good dash cameras.

We’ve gone for models that offer the best number of features and build quality for your money so you know you’re getting a decent option, whichever you choose in the end.

Cheap Dash Cams Sales and Offers

Touguard Mini Dash Cam offers price sales cheap

Toguard Mini Dash Cam

The best budget dash camera option

Video quality: 1080p | Viewing angle: 120 degrees | Screen size: 1.5 inches | GPS tracker: No | Memory: SD card (not always included)

Cheap

Joyful

Basic

The Toguard Mini dash cam offers decent specs for a very low price: it’s capable of recording in Full HD, and its 120-degree field of view allows it to capture three lanes of traffic simultaneously. It’s small enough to hide behind your mirror so it doesn’t get in the way, and it covers the essentials with motion detection, time stamps, and a g-force sensor that prevents images from being overwritten after impact. Just know that to function, the camera needs a constant power supply: the battery is only used to memorize your settings. This can be a problem if your car cuts off power to the cigarette lighter socket when the ignition is off.

Apeman dash cam sale price cheap offers

Apeman Dash Camera

Can record even with the ignition off

Video quality: 1080p | Viewing angle: 170 degrees | Screen size: 3 inches | GPS tracker: No | Memory: Micro SD card (not always included)

Big angle

Shock sensor

Also works in low light conditions

The Apeman dash cam costs a little more than other inexpensive dash cams, but it offers some pretty decent specs: the lens has a 170-degree field of view, the aperture f /1.8 gives reasonable quality in low light, there is g-force sensor to prevent automatic overwriting of images after impact, and it has both motion detection and parking mode. The 32GB storage isn’t huge, but it should be fine for everyday use – and unlike some competitors, the battery isn’t just for saving your preferences. It should provide about 20 minutes of continuous recording when there is no direct power.

Anker Roav Dashcam C1 Pro price offers sales

Anker Roav Dashcam C1 Pro

The best for video quality

Video quality: 1080p | Viewing angle: 145 degrees | Screen size: 2.4 inch | GPS tracker: Yes | Memory: Micro SD card (not included)

GPS

Good video

Dual port USB charger

Take a look at what you’re looking at in retail with this one: the non-Pro C1 is listed quite similarly, and it’s hard to tell the difference without really digging into the details. Of the two, this is the right one: it increases the resolution from Full HD to 2K, it has built-in GPS and wide dynamic range video, it automatically adjusts for the best picture quality in all lighting conditions and you can Retrace your steps on the ROAV app and it comes with a 2 port USB charger to save you having to buy one. There is also a 32 GB Samsung SD card in the box. Stock is limited in UK.

Cheap Anker ROAV Dashcam A1 offers sale price

Anker Roav A1 Dash Camera

Supports larger capacity memory cards than most competitors

Video quality: 1080p | Viewing angle: 145 degrees | Screen size: 2.4 inch | GPS tracker: No | Memory: SD card (not included)

Sony sensor

140 degree view

Nice design

The A1 does not have the super wide angle lens of some competitors, but 140 degrees is more than sufficient for highway / highway driving and the f / 1.9 aperture provides reasonable performance in low light. It supports 128GB cards instead of the usual 32GB, has an emergency recording mode, and has a g shock sensor to detect impacts. It’s a tough beast, too: with a recommended minimum operating temperature of -4 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 degrees Celsius), it can withstand even harsh winters. It is a typical Anker product with good engineering and solid build quality that should last for years.

cheap Vantrue N2 Pro dash cam offers sale price

Vantrue N2 Pro Dash Camera

The best dash cam for Uber taxis and drivers?

Video quality: 1080p | Viewing angle: 310 degrees | Screen size: 1.5 inches | GPS tracker: No (unless you buy an optional mount) | Memory: Micro SD card (not included)

Big angle

Recordings inside and outside the car

A bit expensive compared to others

The Vantrue N2 Pro is designed for people who need to record not only what is happening outside the vehicle, but also inside. This makes it well suited for Uber and taxi drivers, professional drivers, and anyone prone to a bit of karaoke ridesharing. The specs are generous: 170 degrees of vision in the front and 140 in the interior, dual recording 1920 x 1080 at 30 fps, interior night vision with motion detection and good quality audio recording as well. It’s quite expensive compared to other dash cams but it’s kind of like insurance: you’d rather not need it but if a disaster strikes you’ll be glad you did.

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Or maybe you fancy something a little different from a camera. An action camera maybe? If so, be sure to check out our guide to cheap GoPro deals and selling prices.