Nextbase 101 Go Wins Best Value from Sunday Times Driving

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Nextbase 101 Go Wins Best Value from Sunday Times Driving

1st October 2015

This week, we were thrilled to learn that the Nextbase 101 Go had won the Best Value dash cam award from Sunday Times Driving. And we couldnt agree more. At £49.99 it’s a great product for new drivers to use and make sure they have an independent witness on the roads.

Learn more about the 101 Go below, and check out the rest of our range by visiting the stockists page.

iN-CAR CAM™ 101 Go

RRP Price: £49.99

Record in 720p HD with the Nextbase InCarCam 101 which features a 120 degree Ultra wide viewing angle to record every unexpected moment. It has a bright, clear 2 inch LED screen for easy viewing and provides you with instant evidence to support insurance claims which help prove an incident was not your fault. The Nextbase 101 is a great compact dash cam that is easy to install and hides away neatly behind your rear view mirror. As with all the Nextbase dash cams a full 4 metre long cable is included to allow you to hide the power cable away around the edge of your windscreen so that you are always ready to capture the road ahead.


2″ LED Screen

Bright and clear screen making viewing playback and menu functions easy

720p High Definition recording

Provides a clear sharp image, allowing you to record every unexpected moment

120 degree Ultra Wide viewing angle

Captures any detail at the very edge of a drivers vision, including cars coming in from the side/changing lanes

G Sensor

G sensor data protection automatically senses a crash and saves the video files before, during and after so they are not overwritten or corrupted

4G Lens

Four-Element Sharp Lenses, made up of 4 layers of glass provides stunning clear and non-deformed images

Photo Mode

You will always have a camera in the car to take still images to use as further evidence of the incident.

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