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We gave this budget dash cam 4 stars out of 5, and now it's hit its all-time low price on Amazon, at 56% off list price.

The awesome Vava Dash Cam 2K is now $57.79, its cheapest price ever

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We all know dash cams are handy for gathering video evidence of accidents, but the Vava Dash Cam 2K can do a whole lot more. And today you can get the Vava Dash Cam 2K on Amazon for $57.79Remove non-product link, down from a $130 list price and the cheapest price we’ve seen it.

A 155-degree wide angle lens can record up to five lanes at a time, while a built-in microphone can capture audio inside the car. Its G-sensor will help it automatically start recording when involved in an accident, and a built-in battery means it can record for up to 72 hours even when your car is parked, so if someone backs into you in a parking lot, it will start recording right away.

In our review, we noted that our favorite feature is “the 320mAh battery and the ability to capture G-sensor-activated video for up to 72 hours with the car turned off and without any hard-wiring.” Also cool is the swivel camera, which can rotate a full 360 degree to capture both inside and outside the car. So whether you want to keep an eye on the road or record your friends’ road trip sing-along, you’ll be able to capture it all with this dash cam. And the connected app makes it easy to view and share recordings on a mobile device.

In our review, we gave this dash cam 4 stars out of 5.

[ Today’s deal: Vava Dash Cam 2K on Amazon for $57.79Remove non-product link. ] 

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