Papago! is a company that makes aftermarket tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), sports and fitness watches, action cams, and our focus today, dash cameras.
Today, I am going to give you a look at the GoSafe 200, which is one of the newest cameras they have to offer:
PAPAGO! GoSafe 200 Full HD 1080P Dashcam with 2-Inch LCD Sliding Display and Rear View Mirror Clip (Black). Explore your travels through the lens of the GoSafe 200. With a 140 Degree perspective you are certain to capture every road you travel. The unique slide-out LCD screen will give you the control to view the captured footage in real time or store it away to avoid getting distracted. With many of the same high quality features of our other dash cams this particular model includes them all such as GPS and motion detection. Begin to navigate the paths you trek with the all-inclusive GoSafe 200.
The bracket that connected the GoSafe 200 to your rear view mirror has rubber grips on each side. So, no damage can happen to your mirror.
The camera is small about palm sized. The screen slides in and out of the casing so that it doesn’t obstruct your view while driving or distract you. The picture on the right (yes I know upside down by accident) shows the back of the unit. It snaps easily into the holder.
The picture quality is great. With the wide angle lens, you are sure to capture all the action! The unit hooks up very easy to the car by just plugging into the cigarette lighter. The only thing you have to do is hide the cord if it bothers you. For me, I use it when traveling so it doesn’t bother me.
The GoSafe 200 has some great options for families that travel. If you install the microSD card, you will record everything while driving. This is great incase of that unfortunate accident. It will help determine who was at fault. It is also perfect for recording those scenic road trips.
You can see more information about the PAPAGO GoSafe 200 dashcam on their website and while you are there, take a look at all the other dash cameras they have to offer. You never know when you may need one.