We are back once again with the latest products that we’ve added to our inventory. We have spoken at length about the importance of dash cam and their endless benefits in the past. Like most technology, new advancements are happening constantly, which means we are always striving to supply our customers with the highest quality products at competitive prices. Saying that we are delighted to announce that we are now stocking ThinkWare dash cams. If you haven’t heard of the brand before its due to the fact it was only available in America until now! Thinkware has been the most popular brand of dash cams on the American market for quite some time, due to their high quality products, that boast a long list of features. To be able to supply such a premium brand to our audience has been a great coup for the company, one which we are thrilled to tell you about.
Thinkware has been leading the charge in the American market, making up the majority stake in the sector. A combination of a sleek and discreet design which is accompanied by a HD camera makes for a reliable product that is incredibly functional. Within this piece, I will take you through the details and specifications of just a few dash cams from the Thinkware range. Some of them may look similar to other brands, however the technology they have onboard really separates them from their competitors
Best Bang for Your Buck: Thinkware F200
The Thinkware F200 definitely stands out as the best value if you are looking for something under €200. This 2 chan option has a 1080P HD camera along with a 720P camera for the rear of the car. The front camera has a 140° wide-angle lens giving you complete coverage of the front of your vehicle. Some unique features include G-sensor which begins recording for a period of 20 seconds if some object hits off the car while its parked. The device comes with a thermal protection system which automatically turns the dash cam off if is is in extremely high temperatures, protecting the data that is being stored on it. Other features include night time correction which adjusts to low lighting and automatic exposure which adjusts to the bright beams of other vehicles lights.
It is also possible to buy an external GPS. This plugs into the dash cam allowing you to record your vehicle's speed, giving you the exact location of where the collision occurred and it also gives a reading on the severity of the collision.
Mid Range Option: Thinkware Dash Cam F770
Thinkware F770 is our mid range pick for those looking to spend between €300 - €350. This product is a step up from the F200, sporting a 1080P HD camera on the front and the rear. The F770 shoots 30fps meaning all your footage will be nice and steady, helping you catch the person who has hit into you. This camera really shows its worth at night time, with its upper night vision, the camera has the ability to record clear footage regardless of how dark it is. What this dash camera has that many others don’t are some useful safety features. The lane departure warning systems alerts the driver when the vehicle across over the break of the road when it is travelling over 50 km/h. Another safety feature is the front collision warning system, which allows you can set the distance of the car in front of you and use that as a means of measuring a safe stopping distance if the car was to brake suddenly. This is a great feature which can really prevent accidents from happening. If that wasn’t enough the F770 comes with built-in WiFi letting you connect up to your smartphone and a built-in GPS that allows you to pinpoint the location of your car on the map, this is quite useful when you are trying to assess a collision.
Top of the Range: Thinkware F800 Pro
The brand's marque product is the Thinkware F800 Pro, their most advanced dash cam to date. The spec is similar to the F770 which includes the 1080P HD camera, upper night vision along with similar safety features such as lane departure and front collision warning system, however, there are some added features which really sets it apart from the rest. This dash camera has a geofencing setting which is great for parents who are allowing their children to borrow their car, it can also be quite useful for car rental companies who have restrictions on border crossing. The Thinkware F800 Pro also has a vehicle location feature which allows the owner to find their car, the direction it is travelling in, along with the speed it is moving at. (This is all done with the use of Google Maps.) Added safety features include front vehicle departure warning, which is activated when the vehicle in front has started to move after stopping at a set of traffic lights. If you find yourself in a situation where a collision has occurred, the dash cam will also send a push notification to the Thinkware Cloud App which logs the collision. A 20-second video clip is also sent to the cloud as proof of the time and date the collision occurred.
So as you can probably guess we are pretty excited about having this brand available on our site. All these dash cams make for a safer driving experience, one that won't break the bank. If you have questions related to our Thinkware dash cam range or any questions on car accessories, simply send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will help you to get Car parts for less. We will help you and we'll make sure that you're getting the best price every time!
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