The Toguard Dual Dash Cam – Exceptional Resolution
When it comes to finding an entry level dash cam, there are literally hundreds of devices to choose from. The trouble is that whilst some of them are very good, others are not.
One of the budget brands that we have reviewed before is Toguard. So far, we have been really impressed with their budget to mid range dash cams, so we were eager to try out there dual dash cam. Please read on below for our thoughts.
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Features: 1080P Full HD Front Camera Resolution – 720P HD Rear Camera Resolution – 170 Degree Wide Angle Lens – Wide Dynamic Range – Loop Recording – Parking Monitoring – LCD Screen – 11 x 3 x 6 cm – 599g[aawp box=”B01N21P0FG”]
- Very good value for money.
- Compact and doesn’t obstruct your view.
- Easy to install and setup.
- The resolution of the front camera is exceptional.
- The toggle to tighten the windscreen mount is a little fiddly.
- Both the front and rear camera struggle a little in lower light conditions.
To start off with, let’s have a closer look at the design of the Toguard Dual Lens Dash Cam. It is very nice and compact and at 599g, there is definitely some weight to it which makes it feel well made and durable. The materials used to make this dash cam feel like they belong on a much more expensive model.
There is both a front and a rear camera with this device, both of which are compact and do not obstruct your view in the slightest. There is a 4 inch LCD screen which allows you to browse through the menu settings which we found really user friendly.
Installing the Toguard Dual Dash Cam
Installing the dash cam was a very easy process indeed; it only took around an hour to get both cameras mounted into position. We were really surprised with the initial setup as it only took us a matter of minutes to have all of the settings configured so that the camera was ready to use.
The one issue that we did have with the mount is that the toggle to tighten it to the windscreen is a little fiddly which could be a problem if you are tight on space. Other than that, we really liked the design.
One of the things that impressed us with this dash cam from Toguard is that it is packed with features that you would only really expect from a much more expensive device. It even boasts parking monitoring for those who have to park their car on the road overnight.
Exceptional Video Quality
The resolution from the front camera is exceptional and at 1080P full HD we wouldn’t really expect anything else. We didn’t have any issues with glare or grainy images at all. The rear camera is a little lower in resolution at only 720P, but it still picks things up quite clearly.
Although both cameras pick things up really well during the daytime, we did find that both of them seemed to struggle a little during nighttime recording which could be a problem if you do a lot of traveling overnight or early in the morning.
Toguard Dual Dash Cam – Definitely Worth the Money
Although there are a few issues that could perhaps be ironed out with this dash cam, for the most part it is really impressive, especially in terms of value for money. It is well designed, built to last and packed with high end features that you wouldn’t usually get in a dash cam of this price range.
If you are looking for your first dash cam, or you don’t do a lot of traveling but you want to make sure that you are protected when you do, then we would definitely recommend the Toguard Dual Lens Dash Cam as an option to consider.[aawp box=”B01N21P0FG”]