Cobra HD Dash Cam

Cobra HD Dash Cam


The Cobra HD Dash Cam records your ride so you've got all the evidence, unbelievably funny footage, and all the great stuff that happens on the road.


  • Records Everything You See In 1080P Full HD
  • Ultra Compact Size Makes For Discreet And Clean Installation
  • Additional Video Playback Available On Your TV Or Computer
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Designed in compact form factor the CDR 820 utilizes Continuous Loop Recording, which automatically overwrites the oldest footage when the memory card gets full. It also features a motion sensor for automatic recording while driving, as well as a G-Sensor, which senses sudden acceleration and collisions to automatically capture and protect critical footage surrounding an accident. The CDR 820 features 1080P Full HD Video and include an 8GB memory card so that they are ready to use straight out of the box.

Sometimes, you have to see it to believe it. Never miss another epic moment. Record your ride with a Drive HD Dash Cam by Cobra.


  • 1.5" LCD Scree
  • 118° Viewing Angle - crystal clear video that matches Drive HD's best performance identifying license plate long ranges
  • Easy Installation - Includes an 8GB microSD memory card and windshield mount so the uit is ready to use out-of-the-box
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