Watch the road with the Vantrue T2 1080p dash cam down to $90

Vantrue Dash Cam T2 5si
Vantrue Dash Cam T2 5si

You're going to want to stack a couple of discounts here for the maximum savings. The Vantrue T2 1080p dash cam is down to one of the lowest prices we've ever seen. Get it for just $89.99 at Amazon when you clip the $30 off on-page coupon and use the code W2TINBA2 during checkout. That brings it down from its regular $150 street price and puts it $10 lower than the last deal we shared.

Clip the on-page coupon and use the code for a stacked discount. Has a wave detection sensor that can detect motion and start recording. Stays charged and avoids battery draining. Includes enhanced night vision and loop recording.

So the Vantrue T2 uses some pretty advanced sensors and tech to help it stay on top of everything happening in and around your car. For example, you don't have to worry about leaving the Vantrue in your car even when it's parked outside or in bad weather. It has a Super Capacitor built in that makes it extremely resistant to temperatures ranging from -4 degrees to 158 degrees Fahrenheit. As long as you don't live in Death Valley or Antarctica, you should be fine. And if you do live in those places, you're probably alone and don't need a dash cam.

The camera's motion detector is triggered by a wave detection sensor that sends out microwave signals. If an object interferes with that signal, it prompts the camera to start recording. You can actually tune this signal, too. Set it to near, medium, or far. The power cable is also designed with a low enough voltage that it will keep the camera charged without draining your car's battery, even in parking mode where it continues the lookout for unwanted motion.

You'll be able to capture everything going on in front of your car with this lens that has a 160-degree field of view. It records in resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 at 30 fps. You'll be able to see license plates, road signs, and more very clearly. It even works in low light conditions.

You can also keep recording even if your storage fills up thanks to automatic loop recording that just records over old, unecessary footage. The G Sensor feature helps lock footage deemed to be an event so that stuff won't get overwritten.

Other features include an optional GPS function to track location, speeds, and driving routes. The Time Lapse feature also automatically takes photos at certain intervals so you can get snapshots over time. Plus, this is covered by an 18-month warranty.

John Levite
J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.