iOttie Aivo View dash cam review: Phone-centric, easy setup, good captures
This phone-centric 1440p, GPS-enabled dash cam is stylish, easy to set up and use, and takes good day and night captures.
- Easy to set up and use
- Very good day and night captures
- Magnetic mount
- Requires iOttie account to set up and use
Though we'd prefer not having to create an account to use it, the Avivo View ticks all the boxes (good captures, ease of use, GPS) for the top-notch modern dash cam.
Price$ 211.00 (AUD)
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