Thinkware f800 pro 2 ch dashcam (32gb using code) -  RAC shop - £269.10
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Thinkware f800 pro 2 ch dashcam (32gb using code) - RAC shop - £269.10

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Found 17th Nov 2018
Thinkware f800 pro 2 channel dashcam with 32gb mmc. Reduced to £299 but can be reduced further 10% using code CRra7365
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(A). What is the common retail price for the item

(B) what is the price on offer the HUKD user has found.

If (B)< (A) = Hot.

Therefore heat added. I don’t get why people vote with their opinion. Who gives 2 monkeys.

Show me a place I can get the item cheaper than the one the HUKD user has posted.

That’s what I hate about this place and people: someone took the time to raise a listing to say they have found something below market price and ‘someone’ (not necessarily you) may be interested.

If you want a Xiaomi, show me the place I can get one cheaper than the market and make a bloody listing. Let the HUKD user choose what they want to buy.

Everyone is more than capable of looking at different items and choosing what to buy or not to buy and making a decision. Whether it’s the right one or not, who cares.

Let’s get back to what this site was meant to do- show deals!
Edited by: "redcastle" 17th Nov 2018
I have the Thinkware F770, continuous recording whilst parking, informs of impacts whilst away from car, the full HD allows you to read number plate even in low light, I had a cheap dash cam before and yes it will capture the footage but details was limited especially when you wanted a plate number. the F800 is a cloud base version if you have wifi in the car, but if you park it in a location where it connects to a local wifi or outside your home as wifi signal is strong then you will get live alerts to your phone of impacts or motion detection. The speed camera warning is brilliant, love this feature.

You spend thousands on your car, why buy a cheap dash cam to protect it, i did at first but now i will pay the extra for a better camera.

footage from my dash cam in low light

This guy was texting whilst driving.
Edited by: "nitromax" 17th Nov 2018
nofaddey1 h, 16 m ago

Why spend this amount on a dashcam when the Xiaomi one for £30 is …Why spend this amount on a dashcam when the Xiaomi one for £30 is perfectly suitable. Crazy times


Its not crazy times, its ignorance not knowing the difference between this brand and the Xiaomi can and can't do. Comments like these lead people off down the wrong path who might not be technically minded as to why a higher price camera can do so much more than a cheaper model. Yes they fundamentally do the same thing. So does a £600+ smart phone as compared to a £60+ phone. They both make calls!

If you want to add comments like these at least provide something to back it up and others can judge and make their own opinion.
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Why spend this amount on a dashcam when the Xiaomi one for £30 is perfectly suitable. Crazy times
I have the Thinkware F770, continuous recording whilst parking, informs of impacts whilst away from car, the full HD allows you to read number plate even in low light, I had a cheap dash cam before and yes it will capture the footage but details was limited especially when you wanted a plate number. the F800 is a cloud base version if you have wifi in the car, but if you park it in a location where it connects to a local wifi or outside your home as wifi signal is strong then you will get live alerts to your phone of impacts or motion detection. The speed camera warning is brilliant, love this feature.

You spend thousands on your car, why buy a cheap dash cam to protect it, i did at first but now i will pay the extra for a better camera.

footage from my dash cam in low light

This guy was texting whilst driving.
Edited by: "nitromax" 17th Nov 2018
nofaddey1 h, 16 m ago

Why spend this amount on a dashcam when the Xiaomi one for £30 is …Why spend this amount on a dashcam when the Xiaomi one for £30 is perfectly suitable. Crazy times


Its not crazy times, its ignorance not knowing the difference between this brand and the Xiaomi can and can't do. Comments like these lead people off down the wrong path who might not be technically minded as to why a higher price camera can do so much more than a cheaper model. Yes they fundamentally do the same thing. So does a £600+ smart phone as compared to a £60+ phone. They both make calls!

If you want to add comments like these at least provide something to back it up and others can judge and make their own opinion.
Schizophonic12 m ago

Its not crazy times, its ignorance not knowing the difference between this …Its not crazy times, its ignorance not knowing the difference between this brand and the Xiaomi can and can't do. Comments like these lead people off down the wrong path who might not be technically minded as to why a higher price camera can do so much more than a cheaper model. Yes they fundamentally do the same thing. So does a £600+ smart phone as compared to a £60+ phone. They both make calls! If you want to add comments like these at least provide something to back it up and others can judge and make their own opinion.


I am allowed to express my opinion. The deal was going cold regardless. If you can justify £230 extra for having GPS and parking monitoring then sure this is a better camera. But I think the compromise is well worth it for the features that the Xiaomi one gives and the video quality is very clear night and day so not a cheapo cam by any means.
This is a twin channel dashcam + it's one of a few cloud based dashcams available on the market atm. Prices are high for latest gear as like any new technology until it reaches a wider market when prices will fall. You pay what you get for quality as the saying goes. I guess it depends on if you drive a cheap banger then get a Xiaomi. Apples & oranges springs to mind here?
I have this dvr and have to say it is by far the best dvr on the market with speeking speed camera updates colision and so on and the night recording is exceptional. I have had cheep cameras and you do get what you pay for.
An awful lot of Driving Instructors have these
(A). What is the common retail price for the item

(B) what is the price on offer the HUKD user has found.

If (B)< (A) = Hot.

Therefore heat added. I don’t get why people vote with their opinion. Who gives 2 monkeys.

Show me a place I can get the item cheaper than the one the HUKD user has posted.

That’s what I hate about this place and people: someone took the time to raise a listing to say they have found something below market price and ‘someone’ (not necessarily you) may be interested.

If you want a Xiaomi, show me the place I can get one cheaper than the market and make a bloody listing. Let the HUKD user choose what they want to buy.

Everyone is more than capable of looking at different items and choosing what to buy or not to buy and making a decision. Whether it’s the right one or not, who cares.

Let’s get back to what this site was meant to do- show deals!
Edited by: "redcastle" 17th Nov 2018
this offer has not expired, purchased yesterday 23/11/18 for friend offer and discount code still works.
Haighy17th Nov

An awful lot of Driving Instructors have these


So do non-driving instructors like everyone. There are good drivers as well as bad drivers sharing the same piece of road day in day out. Running a vehicle ain't cheap & certainly doesn't stop nutters out there smashing into your car inconveniencing you without a car, let alone may affect your insurance premiums. You could also argue the road is also shared with pedestrians where they may get hit & run by some (poo)head & other drivers may have video evidence to confirm this.

If you're a bike/vehicle driver then everyone would had to go through driving lessons & take the test once in their life. It's compulsory by Law. A bit of courtesy & patience helps if you drive behind a learner but some folks are just simply bricks (not the block kind as the mods don't like offensive words) on the road. Just overtake them if you got the space & it's safe to do so. Some bricks drive too close for close comfort hence that dashcam footage will prove it if the learner driver panicked & stalled the vehicle or the bricks was driving too close. Driving without due care comes to mind?

I think everyone should have dashcams fitted as retro-fitted/standard on new/old cars as part of MOT. I can see insurance would come down massively but I doubt the insurance companies would be happy about that.
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