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Mega Tech Deals: $10 LIFX Smart Bulb, $6 AUKEY Car Charger, iPhone Glass Screen Protectors & More

By | August 9th, 2018

Looking for a $ 10 smart bulb? How about a super cheap car charger for just $ 6? We have it all in today’s mega tech deals list.

Price reductions on products only have any real value if the product is desirable in the first place. A financial reduction on something that nobody wants isn’t exactly a wonderful marketing initiative. Thankfully, we have curated a collection of large, small, and medium-sized products and accessories which all have a value from a functionality perspective but which also all now come with wonderful discounts.

AUKEY Car Charger With Dual USB Ports ($ 6.00, usually $ 12.99)

This flush fit car charger with dual USB ports is not only an attractive proposition from a feature perspective but also from a cost and savings standpoint. The more than 50% discount using code AUKEYCR2 is definitely something you want to take seriously.

Buy: AUKEY Car Charger with Dual USB Ports from Amazon: $ 6.00 | Original price: $ 12.99

Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini by TP-Link ($ 10.00, usually $ 26.99)

This could definitely be the smart plug and intelligent hardware that you need in your home. If you plug this in, get your accessories connected, and give it an internet connection, you have a wonderful piece of intelligent hardware which you can grab for an astounding price of just $ 10 using code SMART10.

Buy: Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug Mini by TP-Link from Amazon: $ 10 | Original price: $ 26.99

LIFX Mini White (A19) Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb ($ 10.00, usually $ 24.99)

How about owning a Wi-Fi smart LED white light bulb to give that instant home automation feel to your property? Some home-owners consider Hue or the IKEA TRADFRI range but it’s extremely hard to discount LIFX when you consider you can snap this bulb up for a minuscule $ 10.00 with code SMART10. And oh, it does not require a hub to function at all.

Buy: LIFX Mini White (A19) Smart Bulb from Amazon: $ 10 | Original price $ 24.99

JETech Screen Protectors for 4.7-Inch and 5.5-Inch iPhones (Just $ 6.79)

A huge investment in Apple hardware means that you likely want to protect it from damage. Where iPhone 6/6Plus, 6s/6s Plus, 7/7Plus and 8/8 Plus devices are concerned, you will also want to protect the display from being cracked or scratched, which is where these wonderful JETech screen protectors hold their own.

Buy: JETech Screen Protectors for 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones from Amazon: $ 6.79 | Original price: $ 9.99

Fire TV Cube + Cloud Cam Security Camera ($ 199.98, usually $ 239.98)

Some people own a Fire TV Cube. Some people purchase the Amazon Cloud Cam for security purposes. Now, with a combined price of just $ 199.98, the sensible people take the opportunity to buy them both together as a single bundle.

Buy: Fire TV Cube + Cloud Cam Security Camera Bundle from Amazon: $ 199.98 | Original price $ 239.98

Etekcity 2-Pack Voltson Wi-Fi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring ($ 19.98, usually $ 29.98)

You may have been caught up in the wonderful world of home automation recently. If not, then this is an extremely easy and cost-effective way of getting involved. These smart Wi-Fi plugs give you total control over energy usage and you can introduce a 2-pack into your life for just $ 19.98.

Buy: Etekcity 2-Pack Voltson Wi-Fi Smart Plug Mini Outlet with Energy Monitoring from Amazon: $ 19.98 | Original price $ 29.98

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iPhone X Plus May Cost North Of $1,200 As Smartphone Prices Continue To Rise

By | August 7th, 2018

Apple’s initial release of the iPhone X was greeted by much skepticism, and not just because of that notch at the top of its display. The starting price of $ 999 pushed most analysts to say that Apple had misjudged the market by pricing customers out of what was its highest-end and most revered iPhone. This has continued ever since last September with analysts and commentators continuously claiming that the iPhone X was selling poorly. Of course, they were all wrong and Apple has confirmed that the iPhone X has outsold each and every other iPhone every month since its release.

Not bad for a flop.

With the iPhone X selling gangbusters at $ 999, it is perhaps no great surprise that the competition is also steadily increasing its prices. Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 8 also come with huge prices attached and even OnePlus, once the champion of the inexpensive smartphone is now selling devices at what was previously considered premium prices. Analysts are worried that this trend could continue with the 2018 iPhones, with the iPhone X Plus potentially costing no less than $ 1,200 according to some analysts.

The thing is, people continue to buy these phones no matter the price, even after initially complaining about the hefty chunk of change that they have to hand over in order to get the latest and greatest smartphones. According to Ben Wood, the chief research analyst at CCS Insight, this is all because “consumers are prepared to pay a premium for a mobile phone because it is arguably the most important product in their lives.”

While Wood says that Apple’s manufacturing costs did likely increase with the iPhone X thanks to the use of an OLED display and Face ID, but not to the extent that the $ 999 might lead us to believe.

“I certainly accept that some elements of the cost came from the components and the manufacturing process… but not to that order of magnitude,” Wood told CNET.

He might have a point, there.

(Source: CNET)

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This 4-In-1 iPhone Case Features Built-In Speaker, Power Bank Battery, Kickstand, More

By | August 5th, 2018

If you own an iPhone then you likely spent a pretty penny to get your hands onto it and that also probably means you’d like to keep it in tip top condition for as long as possible.

Generally that means slapping a case onto your pride and joy which is fine, but if you’re going to hide that gorgeous iPhone then you should at least get some additional functionality out of the sacrifice, shouldn’t you?

That’s where this 4-in-1 iPhone case comes into play because while it will keep everything safe, it will also give you a Bluetooth speaker, a kickstand and additional battery backup power as well.

Starting out with the protection, this case is a rugged design that should keep your iPhone in one piece after a fall which oddly enough is not something you can say about all cases. That’s not its party trick though, because this case also includes an external speaker that allows the encased iPhone to pump out some audio the likes of which its internal speaker is simply not capable. That might be deemed as enough to make this worth a purchase, but there’s more.

Depending on which iPhone you own this case will also offer a 5,800mAh (non-Plus) or 8,200mAh (Plus) battery, meaning there’s little chance that you will be able to deplete both it and the iPhone’s battery during a busy day. That alone could be a reason to buy this thing, but did we also mention that it has a headphone jack, too? That makes it perfect for iPhone 7, iPhone 8 and of course iPhone 7/8 Plus owners who miss that little round music maker.

On top of all this there’s a kickstand for watching movies and a Lightning connect for charging everything up. On-device glyphs will also highlight how full the built-in battery is as well as when it’s charging.

Right now all this can be had with an additional 20% off with promo code ULTMTSPKR20 from here. What this means is that you can get it all for just $ 79.95 down from original price of $ 130. This discount applies to the first 100 orders only, so be quick!

Buy: 4-In-1 Speaker + Battery Case for iPhone: $ 79.95 with promo code | Original price: $ 129.95

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Download iOS 12 Beta 5 IPSW Links & Install On iPhone X, 8, 7, Plus, 6s, 6, SE, 5s, iPad, iPod [Tutorial]

By | July 30th, 2018

You can now download iOS 12 beta 5 IPSW links and install on iPhone X, 8, 7, Plus, 6s, 6, SE, 5s, iPad mini 2 and over, and iPod touch 6th-generation. It’s currently available to those users who are registered on Apple Developer Program. Announced at WWDC 2018, iOS 12 is Apple’s latest major update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, brining in a number of new features to one of the world’s most popular mobile platform. Final version of iOS 12 is set for release for all consumers this coming fall.

For a full list of features on what’s new in iOS 12, you can check out our separate detailed post on it here: iOS 12 Features, Release Date And More Announced, Here’s Everything You Need To Know.

The following guide will help you download and install iOS 12 beta on your compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device the right way. To find out whether your device is compatible with iOS 12 or not, you can check out the details in our iOS 12 beta compatibility list post here. Before going ahead with installing iOS 12 beta on your device, it is important to note that this is an early beta of iOS 12 which is prone to bugs and issues and hence isn’t really advisable to install on primary devices. We recommend installing iOS 12 beta on test devices only.

It’s also highly recommended that you make a complete full backup of your device, either using iTunes or to iCloud, before installing iOS 12 beta on it.

How to download and install iOS 12 beta 5:

Step 1: Before you can go ahead and download iOS 12 beta, you need to first enroll yourself into Apple Developer Program at If you are already registered on it, simply skip to Step 2.

Step 2: Login to Account section of Apple Developer Program using your Apple ID:

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Step 3: Now you will need to register your UDID with Apple for the iOS device you want to install the beta on. To find the UDID of your device, simply plug your device into iTunes, select it, and then click on the serial number for it to show the UDID, like shown in the screenshot below. Now copy this number using ctrl+c on Windows, or command+c on Mac.

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Step 4: From the main Account section of the page, Click on Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.

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From the Devices section found in the left panel, click on All.

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Now from right hand panel, click on “+”, and then add the UDID of your iOS device.

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Step 5: Once the UDID has been added, head to the Develop > Downloads section. You can find this page directly at

Now from here, select your device from drop down to begin downloading the required iTunes-restorable iOS 12 beta firmware file.

Alternatively, you can also choose to install iOS 12 beta using OTA update method. For that, open the same download page as mentioned above directly on your iOS device, then click on ‘Download’ under iOS 12 beta and alongside Configuration Profile, and then allow it to install on your iOS device (this may require a restart). Once the profile is set, head to General > Settings > Software Update on your device and wait for iOS 12 beta OTA update to show up. Once it is available, tap on Download and Install to get onto the new firmware version.

Step 6: Coming back to the iTunes-restorable firmware download method, make sure that iTunes installed on your Windows PC or Mac is the latest version. Once you are sure it’s on the latest version, launch iTunes and also connect your iOS device to the computer.

Step 7: Now to install the beta, Mac users need to hold the Alt key, for Windows users this will be the Shift key, and then click on the Restore iPhone… button. iTunes will now prompt you to select the ipsw firmware file. Select iOS 12 beta file you downloaded earlier.


Step 8: Now sit back and relax as iTunes installs iOS 12 beta on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Be patient as this could take some time depending on the speed of your computer and the type of device you are installing it on. Once installed, your device will reboot automatically and you’ll be greeted with Hello screen of iOS 12. Happy testing!

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How To Unlock Any Locked iPhone On iOS 11.4.1 Using This R-SIM And ICCID Changing Trick

By | July 29th, 2018

A new discovery has been made in Apple’s iOS platform which allows any device to be factory unlocked to any network by using an R-SIM and directly modifying the ICCID. The device will then continue to work, without the R-SIM, using any network’s SIM card.

iPhone and iPad owners are used to hearing about iOS vulnerabilities but are also used to them being discovered by security researchers and used for the purposes of trying to find a route into the device for jailbreak purposes.

It’s rare – at least in the modern world of iOS – to have something like this discovered that is uniquely related to unlocking the device and ensuring that a factory locked iPhone can be used on any network without having to request Apple or the locked carrier to interject. However, with the right tool, and with the right process, it can be done and that’s exactly what we appear to have here. Best of all, it doesn’t require jailbreak to work.

The process appears to be as follows. There’s a chance that Apple might patch this in future but as of right now, it’s working as intended:

Note: You will of course need R-SIM for this to work. You can get it from here.

  1. Insert a unsupported SIM with the R-SIM into a locked iPhone
  2. Launch Phone app and type *5005*7672*99# and then tap edit ICCID
  3. Type 8901-4104-2778-0604-3133
  4. Restart the device and follow the setup
  5. Once back at Home screen, remove the R-SIM and just use the previously unsupported SIM card

And voila! There you have it. By changing the ICCID, it leverages a vulnerability that unlocks the device for use with any SIM card. It is being pointed out that this isn’t entirely permanent and will be put back to being a factory locked device if a hard reboot or reset is performed on the device.

However, you can go through the process of an over-the-air (OTA) firmware update without the unlock being taken aware. However, if you do a full restore through iTunes, then the unlock is removed and the hard work is undone, so to speak.

If you have a device that needs unlocking, then this is definitely worth giving a try.

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iPhone, Mac Repairs Detailed In Leaked Internal Apple Videos

By | July 24th, 2018

In a move that will surely disappoint many at Apple, a number of internal repair videos have been leaked, detailing how to repair all manner of devices ranging from the iPhone X all the way through to the iMac Pro.

There are 11 videos in total and all were surely made with the intention that they would never see the light of day outside of an Apple Store or authorized repair center.

Originally spotted by Reddit user turnby, the videos appeared on YouTube around a month ago after initially being discovered via Twitter. The user who posted them spoke with Motherboard after presumably keeping them privately listed until recently – we can only presume that Apple would have had them removed by YouTube long before now if they had been made publicly available.

“When I saw these videos I downloaded them out of curiosity, and when his account got suspended, I wanted people to still see them, so I uploaded them to YouTube,” Haji told Motherboard in an email.

The videos themselves show repair personnel how to take apart and repair common faults on smartphones and computers including replacing an iPhone X battery or a MacBook Pro’s Touch ID sensor.

The videos will likely prove highly interesting to those who like to see how these things are put together and also show what a great job third-parties like iFixit do when working out similar repair processes with nothing more than a complete product in front of them.

If you’re wanting to watch any of the leaked videos, then we suggest you do it quickly. It is surely only a matter of time before they are pulled from YouTube for obvious reasons. We’ve embedded two videos below; you can watch the rest here.

(Source: Motherboard)

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You Can Now Use Your iPhone To Jailbreak Nintendo Switch [Video]

By | July 14th, 2018

Sometimes we come across something that just makes our jaws hit the floor, and today is one of those occasions after we caught a glimpse of NXBoot, a new utility that makes it possible to run payloads on a Nintendo Switch.

What makes this all the more interesting is the fact that it requires a jailbroken iOS device (using Electra or otherwise) in order to work.

Available to download via GitHub right now, NXBoot uses a jailbroken iOS device in order to run the code that then goes off and jailbreaks its way into the Switch. This is accomplished by a USB cable that connects the two devices together and may have the potential to open the door to all manner of super-cool projects in the future.

The utility’s release was made public via social media and has caused quite a stir:

This is the first public release of NXBoot, a utility to run payloads on your Nintendo Switch.

Homepage and download info:

I strongly recommend you to get familiar with the Nintendo Switch homebrew community prior to using this application to start anything on your Nintendo Switch.


Attribution and prior work: Fusée Gelée by ktemkin and ShofEL2 by the failoverfl0w team served as reference for payload construction. JustBrandonT from GBAtemp worked on a similar app independently of this project.

While the included video is very short, it does show the magic happening and that’s all I need in order to be get excited.

I am personally a huge fan of the Nintendo Switch, just as everyone else is, and I can’t wait to see where this kind of work takes us in the future.

(Source: Reddit)

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How To Jailbreak iOS 11.4 Beta On iPhone X, 8, 7 Using Electra

By | July 10th, 2018

Here’s a step by step guide on how to jailbreak iOS 11.4 beta 3 on your iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus using Electra 1131.

As you may already know, Electra was recently updated to add support for iOS 11.4 beta 1-3 firmware on aforementioned devices.

Since Apple is still signing iOS 11.4 beta 1-3, at least as of this writing, this is significant and could be important for a lot of you who missed the boat with iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak. Here we take a look at how you can go about jailbreaking your supported device on iOS 11.4 beta.

Step 1: Download iOS 11.4 beta 3 for your iPhone X, iPhone 8/Plus or iPhone 7/Plus from here.

Step 2: Launch iTunes and restore to this firmware. You should of course make sure that all of your important data is backed up somewhere cause iTunes restore will remove all of the data from your device.

Step 3: Download latest version of Electra 1131 from and Cydia Impactor from Also make sure latest version of iTunes is installed on your Windows PC or Mac.

Step 4: Before jailbreaking, make sure Find My iPhone is turned off on your device, Airplane Mode is enabled, WiFi is turned off, and Siri is disabled. Also reboot your device before running Electra jailbreak on it.

Step 5: Connect your device to your computer. Launch Cydia Impactor and sideload Electra IPA on your device. As you may already know, there are two versions of Electra 1131 available, one which requires paid developer account while the other one doesn’t and can be used with free Apple ID account. The difference between the two is the exploit being used. For most users, we recommend going with non-dev version. So, depending on the type of Electra version you are sideloading, Cydia Impactor will ask for Apple ID and password. Make sure you provide the correct paid Apple Developer account ID or non-paid ID credentials depending on the Electra version you are using. If you need help with using Cydia Impactor, make sure you check out our separate guide on it here: Sideload iOS Apps On Windows, Mac With Cydia Impactor Without Jailbreak, Here’s How.

Step 6: Once sideloaded, launch Electra app from your device’s Home screen and tap on “Jailbreak” button. After a short while, device will respring/reboot.

Step 7: Once the device comes back from respring/reboot, unlock the Lock screen, launch Electra app again, and then tap on “Jailbreak” button again.

Step 8: Let the Electra jailbreak do its thing to complete the jailbreak process, after which you will have Cydia icon on the Home screen.

Step 9: Launch Cydia and start installing tweaks!

Since Electra 1131 is a semi-untethered jailbreak, you will have to put your device into jailbreak mode after every reboot by simply re-running Electra app. Also, after every 7 days, you will be required to re-sideload Electra and and then re-jailbreak. Your tweaks, data and settings will remain intact during this re-sideloading and re-jailbreaking and won’t have any affect.

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Tech Deals: 6-In-1 iPhone Camera Lens Case, $100 Off Xbox One X, 60% Off Beats Solo2 Headphones, More

By | July 6th, 2018

Once again, the deals are back on the table, which means that you have another opportunity to purchase some wonderful hardware and gaming accessories without having to pay full price.

Starting off, we have an incredible case for the iPhone X and 8 Plus featuring 6 different lenses for your photography needs.

There’s also an Xbox One X thrown into the mix with a $ 100 slashed of the $ 499.99 retail tag, as well as a discounted 1TB external HDD. There’s a pair of Beats headphones discounted by an amazing 60% as well! As is always the case, dive right in, check out what’s on offer, make sure that you take note of any promotional codes alongside the deal, and make that purchase before the deal expires.

6-in-1 Camera Lens Case For iPhone X, 8 Plus, 7 Plus ($ 49.95 with promo code, usually $ 99.95)

The title of this deal really tells the story. If you are an iPhone user and regularly make use of that device to capture photographs, then you can now take that to the next level with a case containing six stunning lenses. Mobile photography has never been so easy.

And, even better, if you use code SPRINGC10 at check out you’re going to get an additional 10% discount.

Buy: 6-In-1 Camera Lens Case For iPhone X, 8 Plus, 7 Plus: $ 49.95 | Original price: $ 100

Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones Luxe Edition ($ 79, usually $ 199)

These headphones are among the popular headphones offered in the Beats range, and it’s not hard to see why. Lightweight, portable, and gorgeous to look at, they enable you to take your music wherever you want to go with minimal fuss and amazing audio quality.

Buy: Beats Solo2 On-Ear Headphones Luxe Edition: $ 79 | Original price: $ 199

Joy-Con & Pro Controller Charging Dock for Nintendo Switch ($ 19.97, usually $ 29.99)

A Nintendo Switch is a gorgeous piece of hardware, and if you have one, then you will likely want some of the cooler accessories for it, such as this controller charging dock which will do your Joy-Cons and your Pro Controllers.

Buy: Joy-Con & Pro Controller Charging Dock for Nintendo Switch: $ 19.97 | Original price: $ 29.99

WD 1TB Black My Passport Portable External Hard Drive ($ 45.21, usually $ 50.15)

If you are looking for some additional storage for your important files, then this is where you need to be looking. For those who don’t want cloud storage, this 1TB highly portable drive is definitely what you need at this price point.

Buy: WD 1TB Black My Passport Portable External Hard Drive: $ 45.21 | Original price: $ 50.15

Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB ($ 399.99, usually $ 500)

This doesn’t really need any introduction. After all, this is one of the world’s best gaming consoles made by one of the world’s most immediately recognizable companies. If you are after a 4K gaming capable Xbox One X console with 1TB of storage, then this is definitely where you need to be looking.

Buy: Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB Black Console: $ 399.99 | Original price: $ 499

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Tech Deals: $11.95 iPhone & Android Wireless Charger, $50 Off iPad Pro Smart Keyboard, $65 Snapchat Spectacles, More

By | July 5th, 2018

If there is a deal to be had, and that deal involves technology, then you can be sure that we will have it featured at one point of time or another. So, if you are in the mood to welcome some new technology into your life, and don’t want to spend all of that hard-earned money in the process, then you have definitely come to the right place.

Starting off, we are looking at a wireless charging pad for the iPhone X / 8 and Android smartphones, for only $ 11.95 each if you purchase a pair.

How about the Snapchat Spectacles for almost half the price of its original price tag? We have got you covered! There’s also the iPad Pro Smart Keyboard with a $ 50 discount applied. Last but not the least is the ROAV dashcam for cars for only $ 43. More where that came from, so peruse the deals, find something that takes your breath away, and complete the purchase as soon as possible.

Qi Wireless Charging Pad For iPhone & Android ($ 11.95 each when buying 2, usually $ 29.95 for 1)

As the title suggests, this is a Qi-compatible wireless charging pad which is going to act as a wireless power accessory for any of your Qi-compatible smartphones. If that’s an iPhone X or iPhone 8, or even a cutting-edge Android device, then you are going to be able to get power pumped into it using this pad without having to be tethered to a power outlet.

As part of Independence Day in the U.S., you can get 20% additional discount and bring the price down to just $ 11.95 each if you add two of these to your basket and use 4JULY20 promo code during the check out process. This deal is valid till end of day on July 5.

Buy: Qi Wireless Charging Pad For iPhone & Android: $ 11.95 each when buying 2 | Original price: $ 30 for 1

Snapchat Spectacles 1st-Gen ($ 64.99, usually $ 120)

Remember Snapchat Spectacles? Those funky glasses which connect to your Snapchat account to create content and then post it to all of your followers? Well, if you missed the action the first time around you now have the chance to get in on that action for a fraction of the cost. Yes, it’s the first-gen model and not the second-gen but are still worth taking a look at if you are a hardcore Snapchat user. If you are a creator with a decent Snapchat following, then you really need these in your life.

Buy: Snapchat Spectacles 1st-Gen: $ 64.99 | Original price: $ 120

Apple iPad Pro Smart Keyboard for 12.9-inch Model ($ 119.99, usually $ 169.99)

First thing’s first, this particular accessory is only going to work if you have one of Apple’s wonderful 12-inch iPad Pro tablets. This is a full-size keyboard which uses the Smart Connector on iPad Pro to connect seamlessly for full text-based input and control. It may seem quite extensive but this is one of Apple’s official and premium keyboard accessories.

Buy: Apple iPad Pro Smart Keyboard for 12-inch Model: $ 119.99 | Original price: $ 169.99

Roav Dashcam for Cars by Anker ($ 42.99 using promo code, $ 74.59)

More and more vehicle owners are starting to integrate a dash camera into their cars in order to protect themselves and have video-based evidence of any accidents or thefts that happen. If you are looking for a dash cam, then this is one of the best that you can purchase at this type of price range.

Get it for $ 42.99 using following promo code at check out: A1BDDEAL

Buy: Roav Dashcam for Cars by Anker: $ 42.99 | Original price: $ 75

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