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Garmin Dash Cam 66W

"Although you get a lot of functionality with the Garmin Dash Cam 66W, it’s quite an expensive option. If the 2.5K image quality was as good as the rest of the package, we would recommend this dash cam unequivocally, but this core feature lets the 66W down."
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Pros

  • 180-degree field of view captures more side action
  • Responsive and reliable
  • Functional smartphone app
  • Comprehensive safety features
  • Built-in GPS

Product Details

Date First Available:
‎15 May 2019

Overall Rating

83.0%
The overall rating was calculated based on 11494 customer and expert reviews from 12 review sites and 4 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Dash Cameras:
  • 72.8%
    Build Quality
  • 83.0%
    Performance
  • 80.7%
    Design
  • 78.4%
    Controls
  • 84.1%
    Video Quality
  • 97.9%
    Features

Expert Reviews Rating

Excellent
6
Good
5
Fair
0
Poor
1
Bad
0

Customer reviews by store

Price Comparison

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Expert Reviews

The Garmin Dash Cam 66W packs great features, including phone connectivity, into a very small profile, but it runs a bit on the hot side.

Read more on pcworld.com

Pros

  • 80-degree field of view captures more side action
  • leek design and phone connectivity
  • PS and drivers aids are handy

Cons

  • uns hot
  • ight video lacks detail in low-light situations

My family likes to drive older vehicles so mobile tech such as Garmin's line of dashboard cameras offer important functionality. A couple of the latest Garmin cameras bound the current lineup with a tiny camera and a fully functional driver assistant.

Read more on zdnet.com

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Informative driver alerts (66W)
  • Responsive and reliable
  • Functional smartphone app
  • Voice control (66W)
  • Supports up to four connected cameras

Cons

  • No GPS (Dash Cam Mini)

Although you get a lot of functionality with the Garmin Dash Cam 66W, it’s quite an expensive option. If the 2.5K image quality was as good as the rest of the package, we would recommend this dash cam unequivocally, but this core feature lets the 66W down.

Read more on toptenreviews.com

Pros

  • Comprehensive safety features
  • Built-in GPS; safety camera warnings
  • Voice controll
  • Tiny body

Cons

  • Mediocre 2.5K image quality
  • No quick release
  • Pricey

The Garmin 66W is a top-quality dash cam which records in higher than Full HD, has GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, is compact and subtle with a simple mounting system, and even includes a range of useful driver assistance features. The new, much wider 160-degree lens makes a big difference over its predecessor, the Dash Cam 55.

Read more on t3.com

Pros

  • Subtle, compact design
  • Good video quality
  • Easy to mount and review

Cons

  • Runs quite hot
  • Voice controls often unnecessary

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