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Catch it all on video with Crosstour's 1080p dash cam on sale for $25

The Crosstour CR300 1080p car dash cam (opens in new tab) is down to $24.69 with code 33Q3FIIV on Amazon. Without the code, the dash cam sells for $38. That's its regular price, and we haven't seen any direct drops since June. Today's deal is a match for how low it dropped back then, but if you missed out you're getting a second chance right now. The Crosstour dash cam is being sold directly by Crosstour, so make sure that's the third party you're getting it from.

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Crosstour CR300 1080p car dash cam (opens in new tab)

The dash cam records video in 1080p with 12MP stills. It has a 170-degree wide angle lens to cover all lanes of traffic. Other features include loop recording, motion detection, time stamps, auto power off, burst photos, and more.

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Built to withstand the elements.

If you don't have a dash cam, you need one. For a lot of reasons. Sometimes you just need it for innocent reasons like the hilarious license plate of the car in front of you. Sometimes you need it for important reasons, like someone jumping in front of your car or the driver that hit you trying to claim the accident was your fault. The point is you just never know when recorded video might come in handy. So grab one of these cameras today!

The Crosstour CR300 has a three-inch LCD screen that can record video at 1080p and stills at 12MP resolutions. You'll be able to see every detail during playback. The camera has a 170-degree wide angle lens which can cover up to four lanes of traffic at once. Plus, the six glass fixed-focus provides better light transmission so your video is crystal clear. There's a built-in G Sensor so it can detect sudden shakes and collisions and then lock the footage to prevent the video from being overwritten. The wide aperture and wide dynamic range give you clear images even at night, and you can easily spot car license plates. Some of the other features include loop recording, motion detection, on/off audio, license plate stamping, an automatic power off, a screen saver, and the burst photo option.

The cam supports Class 10 microSD cards up to 32GB. Grab the Samsung Evo Select 32GB (opens in new tab), a highly-rated and very good card, for just $7.49. With loop recording, you can keep reusing this card until you need to save the footage. And with the inexpensive price you can grab a couple just in case.

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.