OXOQO Motorcycle Dash Cam – A Lesser Known Brand but a Quality Product
Motorcycle riders are among those most at risk, when it comes to driving on Britain’s roads. They are also far more likely to become the victims of road rage incidents. It is because of this that you need to make sure that you capture any and all incidents that occur when you are riding your motorbike.[aawp box=”B07GBVHXFQ”]
In order to make sure that you get the best motorbike dash cam for your needs, you will need to shop around a little. To save you some time, we have tested and reviewed some of the most popular devices on the market right now.
The motorcycle dash cam that we have tested and reviewed today is the OXOQO Motorcycle Dash Cam. Please read on below to see what we thought of it after we had put it through its paces.
Features: 1080P Full HD Resolution – Front & Rear Cameras – 130 Degree Wide Angle Lens – 2.7″ LCD Screen – Night Vision – Collision Sensor
- It has both front and rear cameras.
- Both cameras are designed to be highly durable.
- They are very easy to install and mount onto your bike.
- Daytime recording is very clear.
- Both cameras are very compact.
- The instruction manual is very difficult to understand.
- Nighttime recording isn’t very clear.
- There is no SD card included.
OXOQO is not the most well-known brand, when it comes to dash cams, but we have come across a few of their models before and never really had any major issues. We were really pleased with this model. It does have a few flaws which we will get into, but for the most part, it is a really good mid-range motorcycle dashcam.
Surprisingly Durable Design
To start off with, we’re going to discuss the design. What we really liked about the design of this dual dash cam is that both of the cameras are very compact indeed. They don’t get in the way at all. They are durable and feel very well made which surprised us given the price range.
When it came to installing the cameras, we did face a few issues. First of all, the instruction manual provided is very difficult to understand. The majority of it appears to be in Chinese. However, with a little common sense and some online research, we were able to get them mounted fairly easily.
The initial configuration of the cameras didn’t pose any problems at all and we had both of them set up fairly quickly and we were ready to go. We tested the cameras in various different conditions. Whilst the video quality in the daytime is quite good, the camera did struggle in lower light conditions.
Nighttime Footage Isn’t Totally Clear
We found number plates quite difficult to read during nighttime footage which is a shame. The cameras do pick up sound quite well which was a surprise as we thought that it might struggle. One thing that is worth mentioning is that you will need to buy a MicroSD card to go with your camera.
There isn’t one provided with this dash cam, which is a little frustrating. Although this dashcam does have its issues, we definitely felt that for the price that you will have to pay, it does perform relatively well. It would be suited to those who want to record incidents but probably not for those who want to document their rides. Overall, we were quite impressed and would still recommend it as an option to consider.