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NextBase 302G Deluxe 1080p Dash Cam £55.96 @ Maplin

£55.96 @ Maplin
NextBase 302G Deluxe 1080p Dash Cam • 1080p resolution for full HD recording of any event on the road • 120 degree viewing angle to capture a wide view of the road ahead • 2.7 inch built-in scree…
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
NextBase 302G Deluxe 1080p Dash Cam

• 1080p resolution for full HD recording of any event on the road
• 120 degree viewing angle to capture a wide view of the road ahead
• 2.7 inch built-in screen allows playback of recordings without requiring additional equipment
• A built-in G-sensor records sudden course changes or impacts and saves any event onto the memory card in the event of a crash
• Built-in GPS keeps an accurate record of your position and route taken
• Infrared LED’s included to give a good quality image at night even with no visible light
• Built-in battery allows recording to continue for several minutes after the engine cuts out
• This dash cam can record onto class 10 SD cards up to 32GB in size (card not included)
• 15 frames per second recording rate at 1080p

Special Features
• Screen blackout while recording to prevent driver distraction
• Parking mode built-in to allow recording of events even when vehicle is empty through activation of optical sensor
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#1
15 fps? It would be better to draw each frame with a pencil and piece of paper. You can get a Mobius action camera for this price. COLD
1 Like #2
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
1 Like #3
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.

How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
1 Like #4
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.

how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
#5
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
1 Like #6
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.

how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.


Have you never heard of Crash for Cash??

They disconnect their break lights, then slam on in front of you.
2 Likes #7
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.

Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?

And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.

Edited By: shareef on Sep 17, 2016 17:35
#8
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.

i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?
#9
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.
i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?

So what your actually telling us, if you have a crash and its your fault. You will lie and blame someone else?
#10
peter1969uk
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.
i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?
So what your actually telling us, if you have a crash and its your fault. You will lie and blame someone else?

i thought the first rule of any crash is that u never accept liabilty? isnt that what car insurance companies always tell u?
#11
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.
i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?

I don't believe that to be true. I'd rather have the problem of having footage I don't want to use over wishing I had footage after the event.
I'm sorry but you are just plain wrong. If you want to see how versatile and useful dash cam footage is, just check out some of the millions of clips on YouTube.
#12
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.
i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?
I don't believe that to be true. I'd rather have the problem of having footage I don't want to use over wishing I had footage after the event.
I'm sorry but you are just plain wrong. If you want to see how versatile and useful dash cam footage is, just check out some of the millions of clips on YouTube.

if dashcams are so good and beneficial why does hardly anyone have one? drive past cars on your day to day trips and look around, i doubt u would spot even 2 installed out of every 200 u go past...
#13
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.
i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?
I don't believe that to be true. I'd rather have the problem of having footage I don't want to use over wishing I had footage after the event.
I'm sorry but you are just plain wrong. If you want to see how versatile and useful dash cam footage is, just check out some of the millions of clips on YouTube.

if dashcams are so good and beneficial why does hardly anyone have one? drive past cars on your day to day trips and look around, i doubt u would spot even 2 installed out of every 200 u go past...


I guess that would be because you have to pay for them. If they are given away free, everyone would have one.

Before you start saying if it's so beneficial then it would be worth the cost, Tax and insurance on a vehicle is a legal requirement, yet how many people drive without that?
1 Like #14
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.


​To be fair yes cameras wont catch people driving into the side of you or the back of you (unless you have rear cam too obvs) I do have a dash cam and I have reported many hit and runs and those people have been caught and cautioned by police with the evidence my front facing camera has caught. So yes if someone drives past clips your wing mirror and their wing mirror comes flying off from the impact and they still drive on (true story) take great pleasure in handing that persons wing mirror into the police with their licence plate number. Av been in traffic and actually every other car I see has a camera onboard, could just be my area being in the city I dont know. Yes dash cams are limited in how they can help but can also dismiss claims if someone goes ott on how hard you hit them. Yes its incriminating but it could stop someone ripping the **** out of it.
#15
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
shareef
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.
How about cars infront reversing into you? I think your stats are slightly off. Insurance companies provide a discount for dashcam owners, which suggests overall they are beneficial.
how many accidents have u ever seen where the driver in front reverses into you? what percent of claims do u think are from this happening? and probably one insurance company offers you discount for having a dashcam.... all in all the percentage of claims happening that u are not in fault from IN FRONT of your car is not very high and the number of insurers who offer a discount for having a dashcam is negligible.
Check out crash for cash as someone has already pointed out. Accidents also are not always as simple as rear enders. And using roducing stats and words such as negligible, doesn't actually make it true, you know that right?
And further to that, even when you are at fault, the dash cam can provide vital evidence on the extent of damage, passengers in the car ahead which all bear on the cost of claim.
i'm not disputing that there are benefits, i'm saying the majority of crashes that you would record from it would be something you have caused and you are just incriminating yourself, and i can't completely confirm this but as far as i am aware, if you did record it and it was indeed your fault and you know it is and you remove the "evidence" that you have captured it is a criminal offence.....?
I don't believe that to be true. I'd rather have the problem of having footage I don't want to use over wishing I had footage after the event.
I'm sorry but you are just plain wrong. If you want to see how versatile and useful dash cam footage is, just check out some of the millions of clips on YouTube.
if dashcams are so good and beneficial why does hardly anyone have one? drive past cars on your day to day trips and look around, i doubt u would spot even 2 installed out of every 200 u go past...


Completely illogical argument. The inherent value of an item is not related to how many people have it (in most cases). Secondly, again you seem to like making up stats and passing them off as fact.
#16
Ashamuk
dashcams are a complete gimmick, 99% of accidents which u would record from these front facing cameras only incriminate yourself as it only captures u going into another car or u not paying attention resulting in a crash ,it will not capture any accidents that happen to the side of the car or from behind. waste of money.

Seriously? I had a guy reverse into my car, he was apologetic and admitted liability at first but then a "do gooder" witness strolled over and said it was my fault as I drove into the back of the other car, despite the fact that I had sounded my horn to alert the other driver of my presence.

Needless to say the CCTV from the shop next to the road soon put paid to that claim. Otherwise without that CCTV or a DashCam I could have been put at fault, it's been over 3 and a half weeks since my car was taken in for repairs and as of now its not ready.

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#17
Oh and just last night a friends Audi S4 S-Line Black Edition was scraped all down one side by a mercedes van, again without the dashcam it would have been 50 50 at best but the video shows who crossed the lines.
2 Likes #18
Dashcams can give a good idea of speed of you and the other driver in a head-on, whether you were drifting the central markings or not, disproving someone on a hill in traffic rolling backwards trying to accuse you of going into the back of them, disprove accusations of you jumping the lights, or to just prove you were stationary at the time of being hit. Don't know why this guy has such a vendetta against Dashcams. When the roads are full of clowns as they are these days, they're an invaluable tool.
3 Likes #19
Plus, when people pull out in front of you at a junction or undertake or drive aggressively on the motorway. So far dodged a few of these but only because of my awesome driving- thanks to driving sims like MarioKart (joking but it sometimes feels like Mariokart!)

Edited By: boowilkes on Sep 22, 2016 20:11
#20
boowilkes
Plus, when people pull out in front of you at a junction or undertake or drive aggressively on the motorway. So far dodged a few of these but only because of my awesome driving- thanks to driving sims like MarioKart (joking but it sometimes feels like Mariokart!)


​Don't forget roundabouts. :(

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