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The Roadhawk Vision - £99.95 with code (free del) @ RoadHawk

£99.95 @ RoadHawk
The Roadhawk Vision dash-camera is the Wi-Fi enabled camera that offers SuperHD (2304x1296p) footage, instantly uploaded to your smartphone. Free 8gb MicroSD card included (Compatible up to 128gb… Read More
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The Roadhawk Vision dash-camera is the Wi-Fi enabled camera that offers SuperHD (2304x1296p) footage, instantly uploaded to your smartphone.

  • Free 8gb MicroSD card included (Compatible up to 128gb)
  • Covered by a 2-year warranty
  • Approved and endorsed by the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists)
  • Designed and based in the UK
  • Powered by a universal micro-USB connection
Simply use the coupon code ppjune at checkout to redeem offer

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2 Likes #1
I was also looking at the Nextbase 312GW - unsure which one is best, though.

I know the Nextbase has GPS, but the Roadhawk doesn't.
#2
Tempted mixed reviews on different sites. I'll see what comments we get on here.
#3
Personally I prefer the look of these smaller ones, there are a few brands that look similar and can be had cheaper with gps also
#4
GPS is a must imho
#5
Wi-Fi enabled camera that offers SuperHD (2304x1296p) footage, instantly uploaded to your smartphone.

I've got a different dashcam, but with this same feature. It's a great feature...if you want your phone's storage to fill up and have no mobile data whilst driving (no spotify, Google maps, etc.)
1 Like #6
Steveyorkie
GPS is a must imho
Don't really agree. You know where the accident too place as you were there, and if speed is considered a factor in the accident it's easily calculated from the footage.
#7
Thinkware Dashcam GPS shock sensor front and back camera lane departure warning front collision warning and parking mode also can be hard wired straight into your fuse board no messy plug in cigar lighter sell it on rac site. Hope this helps
#8
Thinkware comes with 32gb card too
#9
And WiFi straight to your phone and changeable strobe warning light
#10
Oops forgot speed camera warnings brilliant bit of kit proves itself for me when I got ran into
#11
a8smith
Steveyorkie
GPS is a must imho
Don't really agree. You know where the accident too place as you were there, and if speed is considered a factor in the accident it's easily calculated from the footage.
Agree. Cant see the value of gps on a dash cam.
8 Likes #12
Steveyorkie
GPS is a must imho


At recording yourself speeding moments before a crash and the other insurance blaming you because you were doing 32mph in the 30 zone. Stay clear of GPS as it is not needed, serves no purpose other than to show YOUR speed and as I say you go over the 30mph the other party will have a field day.
#13
Graham1979
At recording yourself speeding moments before a crash and the other insurance blaming you because you were doing 32mph in the 30 zone. Stay clear of GPS as it is not needed, serves no purpose other than to show YOUR speed and as I say you go over the 30mph the other party will have a field day.


Good points, well made
2 Likes #14
bigbean
Thinkware Dashcam GPS shock sensor front and back camera lane departure warning front collision warning and parking mode also can be hard wired straight into your fuse board no messy plug in cigar lighter sell it on rac site. Hope this helps

Sounds interesting - what Thinkware model are you referring to?
#15
Get the viofo a119, cheaper, uses a capacitor rather than battery. Won many top budget web cam awards, available with GPS or not. If you get GPS you can turn it off in the menu, great picture.
1 Like #16
solid
I was also looking at the Nextbase 312GW - unsure which one is best, though.I know the Nextbase has GPS, but the Roadhawk doesn't.


Not going to comment other than I bought 2 of the NextBase cams and they are very good - got them from Halfords who wired them in for £30 - yes i guess people may be able to do it themselves but considering the hardwire kit costs £20 and is included in the £30 it was a no brainer for me.

The Nextbase has wireless too, so you can download clips from the cam straight to your smartphone plus a powered magnetic holder which keeps it secure whilst driving
4 Likes #17
Personally i still use a Mobius dash cam - does everything i need and been going strong for just over 3 years now. Small and discreet so is hard wired into the car and only really visible if you know it's there and looking for it.
2 Likes #18
was tempted by a dashcam, but recent court cases have been unsuccessful so I've shelved it for now. My advice to anyone if they have an accident and they wish to pursue it, immediately following make sure u can get the dashcam out the car itself and show a video of you in the car etc as there footage itself is not proof it occurred against you or even in your car.

Edited By: asl9791 on Jun 10, 2017 22:09
#19
voodoo85
Personally i still use a Mobius dash cam - does everything i need and been going strong for just over 3 years now. Small and discreet so is hard wired into the car and only really visible if you know it's there and looking for it.
Is it hard wired into your door light?
Did you wire it yourself?
5 Likes #20
So your commenting then!!!

PineappleJ
Not going to comment other than I bought 2 of the NextBase cams and they are very good - got them from Halfords who wired them in for £30 - yes i guess people may be able to do it themselves but considering the hardwire kit costs £20 and is included in the £30 it was a no brainer for me.The Nextbase has wireless too, so you can download clips from the cam straight to your smartphone plus a powered magnetic holder which keeps it secure whilst driving
#21
asl9791
...recent court cases have been unsuccessful..

I would be interested in some examples of these unsuccessful cases. Are you saying people have been in accidents not their fault and the video has been dismissed as evidence?
#22
voodoo85
Personally i still use a Mobius dash cam - does everything i need and been going strong for just over 3 years now. Small and discreet so is hard wired into the car and only really visible if you know it's there and looking for it.
Same here,why have a dashcam that some filthy smack head can see and smashes your side window too nick it for £20 drug money, my Mobius is almost impossible to see from outside the car but recent footage cleared up an insurance claim within minutes of me emailing it to the insurance company.
#23
Can anybody help me with some questions?

1 - would insurance companies offer a reduction in premium for having a dash cam in the vehicle?
2 - are there any models that can record overnight I.e when the car is parked and not being driven?

Thanks in advance
#24
alexc100
Can anybody help me with some questions?

1 - would insurance companies offer a reduction in premium for having a dash cam in the vehicle?
2 - are there any models that can record overnight I.e when the car is parked and not being driven?

Thanks in advance


https://www.google.co.uk/
1 Like #25
alexc100
Can anybody help me with some questions?1 - would insurance companies offer a reduction in premium for having a dash cam in the vehicle?2 - are there any models that can record overnight I.e when the car is parked and not being driven?Thanks in advance

Don't know about the insurance bit but I have this:- Mio MiVue DashCam, Dashboard Camera, Full HD, GPS, 2.4" screen in my truck.
It goes into parking mode when I'm parked and if there's any movement it records automatically. Does need constant power.
Paid about 70 quid about a year ago.
#26
a8smith
asl9791
...recent court cases have been unsuccessful..
I would be interested in some examples of these unsuccessful cases. Are you saying people have been in accidents not their fault and the video has been dismissed as evidence?
http://www.edp24.co.uk/motoring/no-action-against-a140-driver-who-drove-head-on-into-car-carrying-two-children-1-4996458

if a case such as this which is so abundantly clear what has happened isn't prosecuted, it makes me question what the point is in having them
#27
Steveyorkie
Don't know about the insurance bit but I have this:- Mio MiVue DashCam, Dashboard Camera, Full HD, GPS, 2.4" screen in my truck.It goes into parking mode when I'm parked and if there's any movement it records automatically. Does need constant power.Paid about 70 quid about a year ago.


Thanks that's good to know :D
#28
voodoo85
Personally i still use a Mobius dash cam - does everything i need and been going strong for just over 3 years now. Small and discreet so is hard wired into the car and only really visible if you know it's there and looking for it.
same with me, very small and discreet and i only really need too look at the footage on the very rare occasions so most of the time it sits there doing its thing. Ive got three in two cars and will get another for the rear of my wifes car after findng a cigar socket in the boot.
#29
alexc100
Can anybody help me with some questions?1 - would insurance companies offer a reduction in premium for having a dash cam in the vehicle?2 - are there any models that can record overnight I.e when the car is parked and not being driven?Thanks in advance

Some insurers claim to offer a discount, a believe AXA actually ask if you have a dash cam when getting a quote, what difference it actually makes i don't know.

One thing to state though, if you attempt to make a claim (or counter claim) and you forgot to plug your dash cam in that day or for whatever reason it is not available, don't be surprised if the insurance company attempt to void the claim
1 Like #30
snoopy18
Is it hard wired into your door light?Did you wire it yourself?

It is powered by USB so i removed the 12v socket from the dashboard and hard wired it into this.
#31
asl9791
a8smith
asl9791
...recent court cases have been unsuccessful..
I would be interested in some examples of these unsuccessful cases. Are you saying people have been in accidents not their fault and the video has been dismissed as evidence?
http://www.edp24.co.uk/motoring/no-action-against-a140-driver-who-drove-head-on-into-car-carrying-two-children-1-4996458
if a case such as this which is so abundantly clear what has happened isn't prosecuted, it makes me question what the point is in having them

You stated 'court cases' but then only produced one example (& the only reason the person that crashed into them got away with it is the driver cannot be identified). Oh and dash cam footage is admissible as evidence in court and you can even be prosecuted by other motorists dash cam footage.
#32
Thanks for all the input, guys and gals.
Most informative.
#33
Steveyorkie
GPS is a must imho


I can't see any benefit at all from having GPS on a dash cam. It will only be used against you if you are speeding and involved in an accident.
1 Like #35
snoopy18
voodoo85
Personally i still use a Mobius dash cam - does everything i need and been going strong for just over 3 years now. Small and discreet so is hard wired into the car and only really visible if you know it's there and looking for it.
Is it hard wired into your door light?
Did you wire it yourself?
If you want to hard wire a dashcam you'll need something like this that gets connected to a +ve feed that is switched by the ignition. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pro-12V-to-5V-Hard-Wire-Adapter-Cable-MIni-USB-Micro-USB-For-Car-DVR-Camera-5HUK-/262970331922?var=&hash=item3d3a40d312:m:migvyaPZXtGcSN_6S4w0O0Q
#36
asl9791
http://www.edp24.co.uk/motoring/no-action-against-a140-driver-who-drove-head-on-into-car-carrying-two-children-1-4996458if a case such as this which is so abundantly clear what has happened isn't prosecuted, it makes me question what the point is in having them


Also the cps decided not to press charges, that does not mean that the insurance would not have paid out.

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