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#203156 19-Sep-2016 21:19
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We have a Navman MiVUE 680 (with a 8GB microSD card) to giveaway - you can read @nate's review here.

 

This 2.7" GPS-enabled dashcam records in 2K HD has headlight alerts, wide-angle lens, safety camera alerts and more.

 

 

How to Enter: reply in this thread with what you currently use for your dashcam (if anything). Double entry points if you post an image of said "system" (upload the image to Geekzone and use the BBCODE provided). Be creative here folks.

 

General rules: one entry per user only in our competition. One winner will be randomly selected. Winner will receive a Navman MiVUE 680 dashcam plus a 8GB microSD card. This giveaway is open to NZ residents and closes 7th October 2016 (New Zealand time). Winner will be selected in a random draw and contacted via PM. After confirmation we will post winner's username in this topic. Once confirmed winner will receive the prize by mail.

 

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  #1636178 19-Sep-2016 21:23
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I don't currently have a dashcam but am very mindful we should probably have one.

I'd love to win a Navman MiVue




 

 

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  #1636180 19-Sep-2016 21:29
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I don't have a dash cam, and with an 80km commute I ought to. I did try with an old phone, and some free software, but the results weren't great.


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  #1636191 19-Sep-2016 21:33
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I don't currently have a dash cam, but have been recently thinking about buying one, for many reasons, but mostly just to capture those crazy hairy moments on the when out driving, but which one do I buy, I don't know... Hang on how about this one?

 

 

 




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  #1636197 19-Sep-2016 21:50
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When I read the review that the Navman MiVUE680 warns you about cars that are getting too close I thought boy this would be fun for a family drive. We don't have one but if you are giving one away we'll give it a good home.


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  #1636199 19-Sep-2016 21:51
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I reckon I have just the spot to put this Cam on my windscreen. See if you can guess where.

I may have one or two too many.



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  #1636200 19-Sep-2016 21:52
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Have a basic Chinese one from Harvey Norman, would be nice to get a decent one!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  #1636205 19-Sep-2016 21:58
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I don't have a dashcam but would love one of these, esp with the amount of idiot drivers on the roads :)




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  #1636207 19-Sep-2016 22:13
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Could really use a more compact unit - my current old setup is getting a bit unwieldy:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  #1636208 19-Sep-2016 22:19
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My dashcam is the HAL 9000 model:

 

 

... and it won't let me into the car.  frown





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  #1636217 19-Sep-2016 22:54
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I has nothing 😭 I do a reasonable amount of driving and have been thinking lately that I should really have something.

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  #1636227 19-Sep-2016 23:40
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I don't have one but would love one :) Enough said.

 

Would post an image of my sister however she is quite unreliable at being a dashcam when she is in the car with me and I am sure she'll not appreciate an image being posted of her so instead here is a picture of Taylor Swifts face when I do eventually have an accident without a dashcam:

 





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  #1636232 19-Sep-2016 23:55
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No dashcam currently so this would be great to win!

  #1636256 20-Sep-2016 01:09
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Dont have a dash cam but have been looking for one :)


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  #1636262 20-Sep-2016 03:31
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I currently use oculus sinister and oculus dexter lenses which is recorded by neurons in a cerebrum device. Sadly I have had this model for 51 years and is no longer functioning efficiently and effectively.


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  #1636264 20-Sep-2016 04:42
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Goluk

 

Tested this Goluk for a bit, but had to send it off for other team members to test, would love my own, so yes please, let me win it. 


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