Garmin's tiny Dash Cam Mini is now under $90 for the first time ever at Amazon

If you're one worry about installing a dash cam in your vehicle is having it in your line of sight, worry no longer. The tiny Garmin Dash Cam Mini (opens in new tab) was designed to go virtually unnoticed once adhered to your windshield. It measures about as long as a standard car key, so you could place it right behind your rearview mirror and never see it while driving. Today it's on sale for $89.99 at Amazon, scoring you $40 off its usual cost there. That's lower than we've ever seen it go before, but we expect the discount won't last for long as it is matching a one-day sale at Best Buy (opens in new tab).

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This reliable dash cam is equipped with a 140-degree wide-angle lens to help record 1080p HD footage of your travels. It's one of the smallest you'll find too, measuring about the size of a standard car key.

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Garmin's Dash Cam Mini is a reliable dash camera that's equipped with a 140-degree wide-angle lens to record several lanes of traffic all at once in clear 1080p HD. It has a feature which automatically records incidents when a collision is detected, even if you're not driving at the time. With its built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, you'll be able to sync footage from the camera straight to the Garmin Drive app on your smartphone or tablet.

This dash cam supports microSD cards up to 256GB to record your footage onto. It's best to have a dedicated card to keep in this camera, so if you don't own one already, this SanDisk 256GB High Endurance microSD card (opens in new tab) would be a great pick up as it is designed specifically for dash cams and security systems. Amazon offers free shipping on the Garmin Dash Cam Mini, though you'd receive your order even faster with Amazon Prime (opens in new tab).

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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.