Fly6 HD Bike Camera

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We all know how dangerous riding your bike to and from work can be. Although we can’t guarantee that drivers will pay attention, the Fly6 Bike Camera will set the record straight on what actually went down – watching your back at all times.

We dread the thought of getting into an accident while riding our bikes. In fact we dread it so much that we don’t really give much thought as to what the driver will say happened (you know, his/her side of the story). Thankfully Fly6 is here to cover that duty. Simply hook it up to your bike, and it will use its 720p camera to record up to 5 hours straight. The 8GB microSD card holds 2 hours of footage at a time, and if the bike is tipped past the 45-degree threshold, the camera will record for one additional hour before shutting off. This ensures that investigators will have not only 1 hour prior, but also 1 hour of footage past initial contact. [Purchase]

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