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Dash cams are quickly becoming a popular preventive measure for drivers around the world—rightfully so, with the current distracted driving epidemic.
In 2014, over 431,000 people were injured, and 3,179 were killed in accidents involving distracted drivers.
The KDLINKS X1 hits all of the requisite features for a dash cam and surpasses all but the Falcon Zero F170HD in wide angle view, but what’s truly impressive about this dash cam is its durability.
The KDLINKS X1 has been tested and proven to last for 6 hours in extreme temperatures—between -40°F and 170°F— so if you live somewhere with extreme weather, this is the camera for you.
Modern technology is all about the bells and whistles—the features.
The Mini 0805 goes toe-to-toe with the Z-Edge Z3 in video resolution at 2304 x 1296p, and is by far the most compact of all our dash cam options.
The LCD screen measures at a tiny 1.5 inches—which admittedly works against our personal preference— and the viewing angle barely squeaks by our recommended 135° mark; otherwise, this would be a Top 3 contender.
But which bells and whistles are truly important and which ones are making you pay extra just for the cool factor?
Here we dive into must-have features for your dash cam that won’t skyrocket the price tag.
Let’s dive into what dash cams can do to protect you, what features are worth paying for, and browse a few affordable options.