Why should you own
a Dash Cam?
Meet your driving guardian, which offers protection and backup to you and your family on the road.
Nextbase Dash Cams can reduce insurance premiums and support you when faced with false liability claims related to your driving. Now more intelligent than ever thanks to Alexa Voice Control, what3words geolocation service, and Emergency SOS that automatically calls emergency services in an accident.
Nextbase is the market-leading, connected in-car technology brand, bringing new and revolutionary features to the Dash Cam market. We have taken this even further with our Series 2 range, bringing world-first partnerships with Amazon Alexa and what3words, and bringing the lifesaving Emergency SOS feature to Dash Cams.
Discover our Series 2 rear-facing cameras
For the 322GW, 422GW, 522GW and 622GW, choose from 3 different views: Cabin View, Rear View, and Rear Window View.
Nextbase Emergency SOS
In the event of an incident where the driver is unresponsive, Nextbase Emergency SOS can alert the emergency services of your location and other details, ensuring emergency services assistance can respond quickly without relying on other drivers or pedestrians.
This feature is available in models 322GW and above.
Alexa Voice Control
The introduction of Amazon Alexa Voice Control to Nextbase Dash Cams is part of our commitment to making your journey even safer thanks to hands-free control.
Nextbase has brought the life-saving feature to Dash Cams for the first time in the 622GW.
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Driving Intelligence with the new 622GW from Nextbase
As the market leader for intelligent, connected in-car technology, we bring pioneering designs to enhance your journey and protect your family on the road. New features create the ultimate smart hub for your car: from recording journeys in cinematic 4K video quality to world-leading functionality, Emergency SOS with what3words location technology, voice control, intelligent parking mode, 4K resolution, and slow-motion video.