Motorola MDC100 2.7 Inch Full HD 1080p Dash Cam - Black was 79.99 now £59.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Motorola MDC100 2.7 Inch Full HD 1080p Dash Cam - Black was 79.99 now £59.99 @ Argos

£59.99 @ Argos
The Motorola MDC100 Full HD Dash camera gives you extra reassurance with a 2.7" display screen with 1080p HD quality for easy viewing. It also has a 120 degrees viewing angle, micro SD-Card slot for u…
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4w, 5h agoFound 4 weeks, 5 hours ago
The Motorola MDC100 Full HD Dash camera gives you extra reassurance with a 2.7" display screen with 1080p HD quality for easy viewing. It also has a 120 degrees viewing angle, micro SD-Card slot for up to 32GB, motion detection and Night Vision. Micro SD Memory card not included.

Car charger.
Windscreen suction mount.
USB cable.
Up to 0.5 hour battery life.
Size H4.7, W10.4, D2.2cm

Whoever votes cold, please leave a comment which will help others decide whether to buy or not.
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4w, 5h agoFound 4 weeks, 5 hours ago
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1 Like #1
Battery life just needs to write the last data to the card after your near fatal, devistating crash. You'd think that would just take less than a second.

The rest of the time it will be wired to the car power.
2 Likes #2
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.
#3
May want to add that it's two for £99 and also available in silver.

Edited By: cARdbOArdmuNKey on Jan 27, 2017 10:51: .
#4
cARdbOArdmuNKey
May want to add two for £99 and also available in silver.


why 2?
#5
Hmmm no reviews!
4 Likes #6
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.
Been filmed driving like a bell end?
2 Likes #7
vtec
cARdbOArdmuNKey
May want to add two for £99 and also available in silver.
why 2?
Fit front and rear, or share a deal with a friend to reduce your price.

Edited By: barginfan on Jan 27, 2017 10:12
#8
needed in Birmingham where nobody seems to know how to drive safely...especially the taxi drivers get my blood boiling.
#9
What?? I have a dashcam to catch idiots who hit it in car parks mainly
#10
Anyone got a video test of this cam?
1 Like #11
I should be allowed to vote cold without having to excuse myself? No?
#12
Bal00chi
I should be allowed to vote cold without having to excuse myself? No?
you are absolutely right.
It was my request to members to input comments so we will come to know about the product, and i or someone can decide before buying the product.
1 Like #13
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.

Ideal for people hit by other drivers to quickly prove liability when the other side play funny **** and don't respond to their insurer's repeated attempts to contact them for their side of the story in order to process a claim made against them (happened to me when my car was shunted from behind and the other side's insurer settled "without prejudice". Presumably the insurer couldn"t extract an excess from their client for his fault claim.).

I have a front and back system with parking monitoring.

Rear camera is going to be more useful than a front to capture most non-fault collisions.
#14
Voted hot for price.

30 minutes battery life doesn't sound good, but I suspect you need to keep this plugged in at all times.
1 Like #15
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.


​Ideal for people who want to report van drivers being a menace on the roads using their mobiles.Caught many a few and passed details on to bosses.Hoepfully they lost their jobs for being potential murderers and protected someone from being innocently killed.Nice find going to buy another for my other car.
1 Like #16
qwerta369
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.
Been filmed driving like a bell end?

Far from it...I agree with putting someone in if they are drunk/on phone/reckless, but some of the stuff on YouTube is petty. I am the most careful driver I know and I accidentally took the wrong lane and some twerp filmed it and sent it to my company. They weren't bothered as they know I'm a careful driver but some of these sad losers need to realise that occasionally there is human error ... GET OVER IT
#17
muckspreader1
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.

​Ideal for people who want to report van drivers being a menace on the roads using their mobiles.Caught many a few and passed details on to bosses.Hoepfully they lost their jobs for being potential murderers and protected someone from being innocently killed.Nice find going to buy another for my other car.


I agree. Use it for what you describe but not petty stuff. I would say that driving a van all day isn't much fun and errors can happen.
#18
monkeyhanger75
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.
Ideal for people hit by other drivers to quickly prove liability when the other side play funny **** and don't respond to their insurer's repeated attempts to contact them for their side of the story in order to process a claim made against them (happened to me when my car was shunted from behind and the other side's insurer settled "without prejudice". Presumably the insurer couldn"t extract an excess from their client for his fault claim.).
I have a front and back system with parking monitoring.
Rear camera is going to be more useful than a front to capture most non-fault collisions.
Can I ask what camera you use ?
I have just the one A118c dashcam and looking to upgrade to something like yours.
1 Like #19
scav
monkeyhanger75
whydoineedastupidusername
Ideal for sad losers who want to film van drivers who work for large companies.
Ideal for people hit by other drivers to quickly prove liability when the other side play funny **** and don't respond to their insurer's repeated attempts to contact them for their side of the story in order to process a claim made against them (happened to me when my car was shunted from behind and the other side's insurer settled "without prejudice". Presumably the insurer couldn"t extract an excess from their client for his fault claim.).
I have a front and back system with parking monitoring.
Rear camera is going to be more useful than a front to capture most non-fault collisions.
Can I ask what camera you use ?
I have just the one A118c dashcam and looking to upgrade to something like yours.


I got the thinkware 770, which is supposed to retail for £200 front only or £250 inc rear camera. You can usually see it for a tenner less than RRP, but around Black Friday it was £209 for the dual cam set with hardwire wiring. It is excellent woth built in car battery monitoring (so it will shut down in parking mode if it is at risk of flattening your battery), most of the other big brands require you to get a separate "Magic box" for parking mode. It has Sony Exmor lenses front and back. I had a Blackvue 650 2ch system but it overheated within a week.

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