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Nextbase rear window camera £24.50 when bought with 322gw Limited Edition Bundle - £123.50 @ Halfords. (Also possible cashback)
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Nextbase rear window camera £24.50 when bought with 322gw Limited Edition Bundle - £123.50 @ Halfords. (Also possible cashback)

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Posted 25th Nov 2019Available: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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Black Friday Deal at Halfords.
Half price Nextbase Add on when you buy a Nextbase 322GW Dash Cam Limited Edition Bundle, the bundle which is itself reduced.

Also 3% cashback possible through Quidco-not huge but brings down just under the £120 mark to around £119.80.

If 322GW doesn't do it for you Very are selling a similar bundle but with the 522GW camera at £159.99 (with a £10 discount code possible-already been posted) but as intending buying two of these I wanted to get cost lower and the drop from the 522 to the 322, having carefully looked at difference the 322 is adequate for my needs.

While the 322GW bundle at £99 has already been posted on here I didn't see any post about combining it with a half price rear module. Not expecting this to get much heat as Nextbase usually doesn't when cheaper cameras available. But posting for information for anyone like myself wanting a nextbase camera who might fancy this deal. Might help someone.
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Reading the info you need to pay £20 for the hard wire kit for the rear window camera as it's not included.
Also worth noting the rear window camera works at lower resolution with this front camera, but at higher Res with the higher model front models (see item info on the website).

They have the rear view camera and cabin camera included in this deal also which means no wires to the back window. Any reviews on the rear view (not cabin view) camera which connects directly to the front camera? Is the rear window one better?
halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=306753&productId=1550959&storeId=10001
Edited by: "Haylhoo" 25th Nov 2019
Which review of the rear view one (part of their 422gw review) is that it's ok but not great basically, especially if people/headrests etc get in the way. The rear window one is deemed far better (reviewed as part of their 522gw review). I don't mind running a wire to rear to get the better camera footage.
Resolution still HD on both with 322gw - 720p HD rear and 1080p HD front. 422&522 each can offer slight higher resolutions (although at expense of framerate) but obviously at higher cost.

The hardwire kit is not needed for rear window camera at all. The rear window camera comes with the 6m cable included to plug it directly into the side of the front camera.
The hardwire kit you refer to at £20 is to hardwire the front camera to the fusebox if you don't want to use the 12v power supply included. I've hardwired my old one and will with this one too so £20 more yes but didn't include in deal cost as not essential as can install and use the both cameras perfectly well with the 12v power supply included. Only one power supply needed (to front camera) as rear connected to front camera it runs off same supply.
Edited by: "P1119" 25th Nov 2019
P111925/11/2019 12:59

Which review of the rear view one (part of their 422gw review) is that …Which review of the rear view one (part of their 422gw review) is that it's ok but not great basically, especially if people/headrests etc get in the way. The rear window one is deemed far better (reviewed as part of their 522gw review). I don't mind running a wire to rear to get the better camera footage.Resolution still HD on both with 322gw - 720p HD rear and 1080p HD front. 422&522 each can offer slight higher resolutions (although at expense of framerate) but obviously at higher cost.The hardwire kit is not needed for rear window camera at all. The rear window camera comes with the 6m cable included to plug it directly into the side of the front camera.The hardwire kit you refer to at £20 is to hardwire the front camera to the fusebox if you don't want to use the 12v power supply included. I've hardwired my old one and will with this one too so £20 more yes but didn't include in deal cost as not essential as can install and use the both cameras perfectly well with the 12v power supply included. Only one power supply needed (to front camera) as rear connected to front camera it runs off same supply.


Thanks for explaining
Haylhoo25/11/2019 10:58

Reading the info you need to pay £20 for the hard wire kit for the rear …Reading the info you need to pay £20 for the hard wire kit for the rear window camera as it's not included.Also worth noting the rear window camera works at lower resolution with this front camera, but at higher Res with the higher model front models (see item info on the website).They have the rear view camera and cabin camera included in this deal also which means no wires to the back window. Any reviews on the rear view (not cabin view) camera which connects directly to the front camera? Is the rear window one better?halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=306753&productId=1550959&storeId=10001



In short yes, a separate rear camera will give better footage, the one you've linked is attached to the main unit meaning headrests and tall rear passengers will affect footage.

That said, I'm in the market for another dash-cam for the OH (I currently have the Nextbase 322 and wired rear but seemingly there are issues with the car the OH is away to get deeming the separate rear camera out of the equation), I'm looking at this exact rear camera you've linked, I'm popping into Halfords in the next day or so to see what adjustability there is on the unit, as the 'bolt-on' rear view camera is situated at the right hand side of the main unit, the position of the main unit will have to be further left than I would have liked, which may mean the front view isn't quite central which I would have preferred.
Edited by: "andynicol" 26th Nov 2019
Haylhoo25/11/2019 10:58

Reading the info you need to pay £20 for the hard wire kit for the rear …Reading the info you need to pay £20 for the hard wire kit for the rear window camera as it's not included.Also worth noting the rear window camera works at lower resolution with this front camera, but at higher Res with the higher model front models (see item info on the website).They have the rear view camera and cabin camera included in this deal also which means no wires to the back window. Any reviews on the rear view (not cabin view) camera which connects directly to the front camera? Is the rear window one better?halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=306753&productId=1550959&storeId=10001



Popped into Halfords last night and the bolt-on rear camera has a bit of adjustability like I hoped it would so should be no issue as I thought re a hindered view.

Turns out I have the 312 front camera in my car so the 322 will be an upgrade for the OH, booked in for fitting next week, yes its easy to fit yourself but as you say you need the £20 hardwire kit, having Halfords fit only costs £30 which includes the kit so in short costs £10 for fitting.
I stay clear of my local for anything to do with cycles, but the guy who does the dash cams is spot on.
Should also be able to install it all ok with the included standard 12v socket plug in power supply without needing the hardwire kit as such, which is why I didn't include it as part of overall cost since it's an optional extra with any dash cam not specific to this one.
Agree however it's a nicer install with hardwire kit which is the way I do mine too. Particularly as my cars 12v socket is a permanent live and as don't want to constantly fill up sd card over and over when parked up looking at nothing (especially since these new ones have parking bump detection mode) and didn't want to have to keep plugging in and pulling out at every journey start and end. Hardwired into an ignition switched live it switches on and off with car ignition. Did notice it includes the hardwire kit as part of fitting service but I don't mind doing my own install. I don't know at all if staff any good at our local store. Not bad if you know there is a decent installer at your store as you say.
I did notice when buying online they did seem to want another £20 for installing the rear camera too, obviously that's for rear window wired one so won't cost that for rear view one. Meant overall they were quoting me £100 to install both cars so well worth doing myself I thought!
I do feel this is a good deal if adding one of the rear modules,glad if it's helped a few.

I was interested as I've got an older front camera only in mine currently and Mrs car has no camera. Recently had another drivers car roll back down a slope in a car park into back of mine-well the Mrs car actually (both parked and empty). No problems with his insurance taking liability and paying for our repairs etc, it's actually in being repaired just now. It got me thinking maybe handy to have a camera in hers and further a rear camera in both too if a next time happens.
Only disappointing bit with this bundle is that only get the 32gb card as that's only 4 hours and with a rear camera only 2 hours from each but if switching off when parked then it will be enough for us. 64gb would have been nice.
Polarising filter nice to have, seems well reviewed.
Carry case not much use to me as leave current (but now playing up (402g)) dash cam fitted all the time anyway and will do same with this to utilise parking bump detection mode that runs off internal camera battery. I used a few little bits of black electrical tape strategically placed to cover the nextbase logos etc on current camera to hopefully offer less passing attraction for theft so will probably do that again and just leave in place all the time especially as parked in driveway overnight anyway.
As mentioned previously got current 402g hardwired into an ignition switched live with original nextbase hardwire kit but there is now a series 2 hardwire kit for these series 2 cameras, wasn't sure if old nextbase hardwire kit would be compatible but according to nextbase reply I got its not-:
So if you do decide you prefer to hardwire it make sure to get the series 2 hardwire kit if not already got one.

Hello,

The new range needs a new hardwire kit, they draw a greater current, especially if they have a rear cam.

Regards

Ash
Technical Support Engineer


P111927/11/2019 10:41

Should also be able to install it all ok with the included standard 12v …Should also be able to install it all ok with the included standard 12v socket plug in power supply without needing the hardwire kit as such, which is why I didn't include it as part of overall cost since it's an optional extra with any dash cam not specific to this one. Agree however it's a nicer install with hardwire kit which is the way I do mine too. Particularly as my cars 12v socket is a permanent live and as don't want to constantly fill up sd card over and over when parked up looking at nothing (especially since these new ones have parking bump detection mode) and didn't want to have to keep plugging in and pulling out at every journey start and end. Hardwired into an ignition switched live it switches on and off with car ignition. Did notice it includes the hardwire kit as part of fitting service but I don't mind doing my own install. I don't know at all if staff any good at our local store. Not bad if you know there is a decent installer at your store as you say. I did notice when buying online they did seem to want another £20 for installing the rear camera too, obviously that's for rear window wired one so won't cost that for rear view one. Meant overall they were quoting me £100 to install both cars so well worth doing myself I thought!



Correct, £30 for front camera fitting (which includes the £20 fitting kit) and £20 for rear camera fitting.

£10, for me, is worth it for front camera fitting, drop car off do some shopping and pick car up later, for front and rear cameras on 2 cars though I think I'd be of the same opinion as yourself, fit myself and save £60.
Edited by: "andynicol" 27th Nov 2019
andynicol27/11/2019 14:46

Correct, £30 for front camera fitting (which includes the £20 fitting kit) …Correct, £30 for front camera fitting (which includes the £20 fitting kit) and £20 for rear camera fitting.£10, for me, is worth it for front camera fitting, drop car off do some shopping and pick car up later, for front and rear cameras on 2 cars though I think I'd be of the same opinion as yourself, fit myself and save £60.


Yes that's true £60 saving when I factor in buying the hardwire kits myself. Your right defo worth it for a tenner tho.
Could you buy the 322 from Halfords online and then go in to the branch to ask them to fit it?
Cheers, went for this along with the Nextbase 322 limited edition bundle, £123.50, tracked through Quidco within 10 minutes at £6.17 plus the £10 Halfords Gift Card. Happy times
Edited by: "Superflyguy_uk" 30th Nov 2019
Superflyguy_uk30/11/2019 13:37

Cheers, went for this along with the Nextbase 322 limited edition bundle, …Cheers, went for this along with the Nextbase 322 limited edition bundle, £123.50, tracked through Quidco within 10 minutes at £6.17 plus the £10 Halfords Gift Card. Happy times


Ordered that last night. When do you get £10 giftcard...after delivery ?
hamster66602/12/2019 11:54

Ordered that last night. When do you get £10 giftcard...after delivery ?


Reseved for in store collection, so got it there.
Edited by: "Superflyguy_uk" 2nd Dec 2019
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