The Vantrue N2 Pro Uber dual dash cam drops to a super low price of $119.99 with code NRDJ3NLO on Amazon. Without that code, the dash cam is going for $200. While we have seen this dash cam drop in price recently, it hasn't gone as low as today's deal since January. This matches the lowest price we've seen, so you'll want to grab it while you can. The next best price is $143 at Newegg, but most retailers like Walmart are still selling it for around $200.

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Vantrue N2 Pro Uber high-definition dual dash cam

The front records in 1440p with a 170-degree angle lens, and the back records in 1080p with 140-degree field of view. Includes night vision, parking mode, and more. Has built-in mic and speaker for full audio. Resists heat and protects itself.

$119.99 $200.00 $80 off

With coupon: NRDJ3NLO

This is a dual dash cam capable of capturing both the road ahead of you and the inside of your car. The front-facing camera can record in 1440p at 30 frames per second or 1080p at 60 fps. Other features include a 170-degree wide angle lens, night vision, motion detection, and a Time Lapse function that lets you control changes over a long period of time. The front-facing camera has a unique HDR video system that helps balance the light and dark areas. The rear-facing camera records in 1080p at 30fps and has a 140-degree angle lens.

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You can even set the dash cam into 24-hour parking mode. While monitoring your car, it will automatically record anytime it detects motion. It also automatically starts when the ignition starts while keeping the LCD off to ensure no glowing rectangle becomes distracting at night.

Remember dash cams like this one needs to use microSD cards to record footage onto. It supports cards up to 256GB so grab at least one or stock up on a couple of smaller ones while you can.

The camera uses loop recording to continuously overwrite older footage you no longer need once the card fills to capacity. The sensitive G-sensor can automatically detect sudden shakes and collisions and lock footage in the case of an emergency. That video can't be overwritten since you might need it later.

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