Deal Alert: Save $100 on a Top-of-the-Line Dashcam

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In the market for a dashcam? Looking to upgrade or replace an old one? Right now at Amazon you can save $100—that's 33 percent off—on Rove's top-of-the-line R3. With front, rear, and cabin cameras, plus Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3-inch touchscreen, voice guidance, and much more, it's all the dashcam one could ever need. Usually $299.99, you can pick it up today for just $199.99.

The Rove R3 features a 24-hour parking monitor, g-sensor, distortion correction, loop recording, image stabilization, and an f1.4 lens aperture that captures the smallest details even in low-light conditions. It also has four infrared LEDs for cabin camera recording in complete darkness.


Founded in Chicago, Rove InnoTech is one of the bestselling dashcam brands in the world. It's a well-regarded name in the field, so you know you're getting a quality product that works great right out of the package. Customer service is based in the U.S., and the dashcam is backed by a full one-year warranty and a 30-day refund policy if you're not happy with it.

It will support a 256GB memory card—however, like a lot of dashcams these days, that memory card is not included in this package. So you'll need to pick that up at Amazon as well. (Note: The required hardwire kit is also not included; see the Amazon listing for exact specs on which one you'll need.)

A supercapacitor, rather than a lithium-ion battery, powers the Rove R3, ensuring operation in extreme weather conditions from minus-4 to 158 degrees Fahrenheit. And the newly designed Rove app has a marvelous UX that lets you quickly and easily view or download footage.

If you've been thinking about making the dashcam plunge, or if you want to upgrade your old dashboard camera for one with front, rear, and cabin cameras and all the latest and greatest tech, head over to Amazon and pick up the Rove R3 today. You never know when the footage it captures could save your bacon—or just make you go viral.