Car Dash Cam 1080P , Sony Sensor, Extra 2 Usb Car Charger, High Capacity Capacitor,  £39.99 Sold by lenshareuk and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Car Dash Cam 1080P , Sony Sensor, Extra 2 Usb Car Charger, High Capacity Capacitor, £39.99 Sold by lenshareuk and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 17th Jan
  • SONY SENSOR: Features a Sony Sensor Producing 1080p Full HD video along with its 6-layers high quality glass lens that gives you crystal clear video even at night or in bad weather conditions when it can be hard to capture clear video.
  • ❤HIGH CAPACITY CAPACITOR: Built In High Capacity Capacitor to prevent loss of data when power loss occurs. Also to reduce the likelihood of explosion due to exposure in summer heat, a much safer option to lithium batteries. With a 20 times longer service life than lithium battery. About the stop/start function, know more in description.
  • ❤WIDE ANGLE: Ultra Wide Viewing Angle which provides a panoramic view & recording in front of your car. Capturing number plates of all cars in its view.
  • ❤LOOP RECORDING: Which will continue to record by overwriting the oldest video files first when the memory card runs out of free memory.
  • ❤24 MONTHS WARRANTY: Supports Micro SD Cards Up to 128GB, 1 hour of 1080p video uses around 6GB of memory. (10.5 hours on a 64GB Micro SD Card) Suggested minimum card speed of class 10 recommended to avoid the camera from having write speed issues and failing to record video files. This DC10S is a simplified lower cost version of our DC10 model. This camera does no have GPS or 24hr Parking feature.
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Dodgy reviews?

Here and here ?
I bought this last time it was on HUKD. Works great and it was steal at the £29 I got it for in December.

Here is the review I posted on Amazon

Just remember my review is based on spending £29.
Edited by: "MrDB" 17th Jan
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any ideas how this compares to a119 ?
Dodgy reviews?

Here and here ?
I bought this last time it was on HUKD. Works great and it was steal at the £29 I got it for in December.

Here is the review I posted on Amazon

Just remember my review is based on spending £29.
Edited by: "MrDB" 17th Jan
Good morening
Edited by: "Adult" 17th Jan
Thanks, GPS version only a couple of quid extra so went for that.
coco20075 m ago

Thanks, GPS version only a couple of quid extra so went for that.


Yes same here funny thing is it said their was 1 left before i bought it and still 1 left after...
So i bought the other one too for my partner and still saying 1 left???
Edited by: "snoopy88" 17th Jan
snoopy8841 s ago

Yes same here funny thing is it said there was 1 left before i bought it …Yes same here funny thing is it said there was 1 left before i bought it and still 1 left after...So i bought the other one too for my partner and still saying 1 left???



I noticed the same, very weird!

Probably a pressure selling ploy
coco200711 m ago

I noticed the same, very weird!Probably a pressure selling ploy


I hope so rather than an email saying its out of stock with a refund
"HIGH CAPACITY CAPACITOR: Built In High Capacity Capacitor to prevent loss of data when power loss occurs. Also to reduce the likelihood of explosion due to exposure in summer heat, a much safer option to lithium batteries. With a 20 times longer service life than lithium battery. About the stop/start function, know more in description."

Strangely enough mentioning a "reduced likelihood" of an explosion in an advert strongly reduces my likelihood of ever purchasing one.
GPS & wire kit £3 more....
qbs10 h, 1 m ago

Dodgy reviews?Here and here ?


Biased and fake reviews.. this item was given for free in exchange for the review. That s why you see more videos and pictures posted.
Jemster17th Jan

"HIGH CAPACITY CAPACITOR: Built In High Capacity Capacitor to prevent …"HIGH CAPACITY CAPACITOR: Built In High Capacity Capacitor to prevent loss of data when power loss occurs. Also to reduce the likelihood of explosion due to exposure in summer heat, a much safer option to lithium batteries. With a 20 times longer service life than lithium battery. About the stop/start function, know more in description."Strangely enough mentioning a "reduced likelihood" of an explosion in an advert strongly reduces my likelihood of ever purchasing one.


Any lithium ion battery left in 50*C+ heat can explode. In hot cars in summer in direct sunlight these dashcams can easily exceed that limit and pop.
Capacitors are much more resistant to extreme temperatures (-40*C to 80*C is not uncommon).
adison1 h, 28 m ago

Linky ?


Same link - 2 options on that page
rossysaurus6 h, 0 m ago

Any lithium ion battery left in 50*C+ heat can explode. In hot cars in …Any lithium ion battery left in 50*C+ heat can explode. In hot cars in summer in direct sunlight these dashcams can easily exceed that limit and pop. Capacitors are much more resistant to extreme temperatures (-40*C to 80*C is not uncommon).


Ok, I was unaware of this and have been looking at dashcams for a while. Now I am aware, my likelihood of buying one has suddenly hit zero. Parking monitoring was one of the things I was looking for, so a full-time install. Seems strange to install something I’d have to worry about in warm weather to give me peace of mind...
I have bought the GPS version for £42, can someone tell me which one is better? this one or
hotukdeals.com/dea…615
If you are buying the GPS version of just about any dashcam, it's worth bearing in mind the following.
The speed of your vehicle can be quite accurately calculated from the GPS tracking.

This shouldn't matter if you have a bump whilst stationary, or travelling at a very slow speed.
It might matter if you are involved in a more serious incident, and you are accidentally speeding.
Jemster12 h, 25 m ago

Ok, I was unaware of this and have been looking at dashcams for a while. …Ok, I was unaware of this and have been looking at dashcams for a while. Now I am aware, my likelihood of buying one has suddenly hit zero. Parking monitoring was one of the things I was looking for, so a full-time install. Seems strange to install something I’d have to worry about in warm weather to give me peace of mind...


If you wanted it for parking monitoring you would need to hard wire it into your fuse box anyway. The batteries in dashcams do not last very long and would probably run out before you had finished your shopping.

If you want parking mode and do not wish to hardwire the camera I would suggest getting a capacitor based dash cam for safety and a large 10/20000mAh USB battery pack. Hide the battery pack somewhere cool in the car and out of direct sunlight (eg under the dashboard) and wire the camera into the battery pack, then wire the battery pack to the 12v charging socket. This will give you plenty of power for parking coverage.
Price is back up to £59.99 but i will watch this one as its small but with a decent size lens.
Does anyone know if it does "event recording" when parked? i.e. anything moving in the field of view gets recorded. So you don't get hours of nothing happening being recorded.
What is the night time recording like? does everything white-out when headlights approach, or does it intellegently handel these occurances?
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