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[Signature Bundle] BlackVue DR900X-2CH Plus + BlackboxMyCar PowerCell 8 Battery Pack + Bonus 6 Month Warranty

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Overview

Signature Bundle: BlackVue DR900X-2CH Plus + BlackboxMyCar PowerCell 8 Dash Cam Battery Pack

Our BlackVue DR900X-2CH Plus Black Friday Bundle is the perfect package for anyone looking for a powerful cloud-enabled, 4K parking mode setup. With its 8-megapixel CMOS sensor in the main unit, the DR900X-2CH Plus captures 4K Ultra High Definition video - four times as many pixels as Full HD. The rear Full HD Sony STARVIS image sensor ensures best image quality under any light.

Built-in WiFi lets you download footage videos to a smartphone at blazing speed and built-in port for the optional external BlackVue CM100 LTE Module offers hassle-free Cloud connectivity anytime, anywhere. Enjoy powerful Cloud features include instant push notifications, remote live view, GPS tracking, Cloud backup storage and two-way voice communication, all via your free BlackVue Over the Cloud account.

Our Signature Bundle includes all of the installation tools needed to complete setup the dash cam with the BlackboxMyCar PowerCell 8 Dash Cam Battery Pack.

For those looking for more, select an optional radar camera for the added protection from traffic cameras and hazards.

LTE Module Network Compatibility

The BlackVue CM100 LTE Module is compatible with nano-SIM cards from the following networks: AT&T, T-Mobile

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What's Included

  • BlackVue DR900X-2CH Plus
  • BlackboxMyCar PowerCell 8 Dash Cam Battery Pack
  • 128GB + 32GB MicroSD Card
  • CPL Filter
  • Premium Installation Kit
  • BlackboxMyCar Stickers (x2)
  • 1-Year Warranty + Bonus 6-Month Warranty on BlackVue DR900X-2CH Plus Dash Cam

Specifications

Resolution (Front)

4K UHD @ 30 FPS

Resolution (Rear)

Full HD 1080p @ 30 FPS

GPS

Built-In

Parking Mode

Built-In

G-Sensor

Built-In

Wide-Angle View

162°

Operating Temperature

-20°C - 80°C (-4°F - 176°F)

Loop Recording

Yes

Maximum SD Card

256GB

LCD Screen

No

Wi-Fi

Yes

Microphone

Built-In

Speaker

Built-In

File Format

H.264 / .MP4

Country of Origin

South Korea

Warranty

1-Year Manufacturer Warranty + Bonus 6-Month Warranty

FAQ

What is a dash cam?

A dash cam stands for a dashboard camera that is mounted inside the vehicle, usually on the front windshield. A dash cam, depending on the model, can do many things such as record both when the vehicle is being driven and when it’s parked, record audio, provide a connection to a smartphone app so that video can be reviewed and saved on the spot, etc.

What is an IR dash cam?

An IR dash cam is a dash cam with infrared lights that provide recording details under poorly-lit conditions, as well as total darkness. These are dual-channel dash cam setups with a regular front-facing unit and a secondary unit that comes with infrared lights.

The secondary unit is typically mounted to face and record the interior of the vehicle, and thus is especially recommended for rideshare users, such as for Uber and Lyft, or for commercial use, such as fleet managers.

Why buy a premium dash cam?

There are a few reasons as to why this is the case, and these reasons make a huge difference. Learn more about premium features including design, parking mode, smartphone integration, 4K UHD video resolution, g-force, ADAS, memory card storage and more.

What is parking mode?

Parking mode recording is a feature of a dash cam that keeps your dash cam recording footage even when the vehicle is off. Typically found only in premium dash cams, parking mode provides around-the-clock protection and surveillance for the vehicle.

What is Wi-Fi & GPS?

The wi-fi feature in a dash cam is what allows a smartphone to be paired to the dash cams. Unlike a regular wi-fi network signal that gives you internet access, the purpose here is just to connect the dash cam and smartphone together.

The GPS feature in a dash cam shows the vehicle’s speed and, for some models, the location of the vehicle with Google Maps integration.

How much footage will my memory card store?

Please note the below are averages and may differ unit to unit.

Memory Card

1-Channel

2-Channel

16GB

2 Hours

1 Hour

32GB

4 Hours

2 Hours

64GB

8 Hours

4 Hours

128GB

16 Hours

8 Hours

How do I install my dash cam?

There are 4 different methods to installing your dash cam which vary in difficulty. Check out our install guide for details.

Where do I find the latest firmware?

Find the latest firmware and all downloadable content here.

What is the return policy?

We fully stand behind our products and are absolutely confident that they will meet and exceed your highest expectations. However, within 30 days of purchase, if you are unhappy with your unit or if you simply wanted to try out a dash cam, we will refund your money. No questions asked. For more details, click here.


Customer Reviews

Based on 269 reviews
87%
(233)
10%
(26)
4%
(10)
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Philip J. (Woodstock, US)
I did it myself and it is not hard but not easy

I watch a lot of videos on the site and I settled on the DR900 x Plus 2ch. I thought it was going to be hard to install and easy to configure but it was very easy to install and just a little bit difficult to configure.

I have to give black box my car high marks for customer service. If you write to them they write back to you quickly and if you call them you can get through to someone. They try very hard to help you and send you links to videos which are designed to help you.

Liza was very nice to me and helped me a lot. (Thanks Liza)

If all customer services this good the world would be a better place

My car has a 48 V battery that's been giving me problems and I was nervous about tapping into the fuse box. It's a 2021 Mercedes station wagon. I ran the wires up under the top of the windshield, over the a pillar and then under the door rubber to the B pillar and then above the back door rubber and down the side into my station wagon back. There is a cigarette lighter adapter there.

I bought an eight cell battery from the same company and I plugged the cigarette lighter into the eight cell battery and then the eight cell battery into the cigarette lighter in the back of my car.

It works great under parking mode but if I'm going to leave the car a long time I have to remember to turn off the battery so it doesn't go dead. I'm starting to wonder if it matters if it goes dead and I think I'm going to experiment with letting it go dad to see what happens.

It would be much easier if the camera had an on-off switch but that's not for me to say.

The new way of connecting your phone to the camera is really easy. It's easy to walk through you can follow the video that BPM C sends you.

There's all sorts of ways to configure the camera. I had to play with a while but I figured it out and it really helped to watch all of the videos.

The cloud is a whole different issue. Part of the reason I bought the BlackVue is because of the cloud feature that I still have available to get the cloud feature to work correctly. I admit that I'm using a wireless hotspot and the black view company sells their own wireless hotspot but I already have one.

I think I finally figured out (with the help of Andrew and BlackVue) that if you turn off the car and turn off the battery and then turn on the wireless hotspot and then turn the car on and the battery on that it will connect to the cloud. However if you turn on the car and then turn on the wireless hotspot it doesn't seem to work or at least it hasn't for me.

The cloud thing has been very frustrating for me.

I bought the camera in case of an accident so I imagine if I have an accident I will pull the SD card out and have video to show the police or insurance company and even though I can't get the cloud to work I'm confident that the images will be there.

A colleague of mine saw that I had this camera and said to me I wish I'd had this camera because somebody ran into me the other day and drove off and I have no idea who they are.

R
Ralph V. (Edmonton, CA)
The order worked as expected. Have not yet tried the dashcam

The purchase was easy and trouble free, arrived on time. Waiting on new car before installing it

J
Jennifer G. (Kyle, US)
Worth the investment

A few years ago I was hit by a box truck making an illegal turn. My civic was totaled and it was over a year before I got any reimbursement. I hope to never be in that situation again. I consider this a good investment. With so many dashcams out there, I ultimately chose the blackvue dr900X because of its high-temperature ratings. I live in southern Texas and need something that can "take the heat."
The setup was straightforward and the video quality is just as clear during the day as it is at night. I recommend getting a large-capacity SD card.

Customer Reviews

Based on 269 reviews
87%
(233)
10%
(26)
4%
(10)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
Philip J. (Woodstock, US)
I did it myself and it is not hard but not easy

I watch a lot of videos on the site and I settled on the DR900 x Plus 2ch. I thought it was going to be hard to install and easy to configure but it was very easy to install and just a little bit difficult to configure.

I have to give black box my car high marks for customer service. If you write to them they write back to you quickly and if you call them you can get through to someone. They try very hard to help you and send you links to videos which are designed to help you.

Liza was very nice to me and helped me a lot. (Thanks Liza)

If all customer services this good the world would be a better place

My car has a 48 V battery that's been giving me problems and I was nervous about tapping into the fuse box. It's a 2021 Mercedes station wagon. I ran the wires up under the top of the windshield, over the a pillar and then under the door rubber to the B pillar and then above the back door rubber and down the side into my station wagon back. There is a cigarette lighter adapter there.

I bought an eight cell battery from the same company and I plugged the cigarette lighter into the eight cell battery and then the eight cell battery into the cigarette lighter in the back of my car.

It works great under parking mode but if I'm going to leave the car a long time I have to remember to turn off the battery so it doesn't go dead. I'm starting to wonder if it matters if it goes dead and I think I'm going to experiment with letting it go dad to see what happens.

It would be much easier if the camera had an on-off switch but that's not for me to say.

The new way of connecting your phone to the camera is really easy. It's easy to walk through you can follow the video that BPM C sends you.

There's all sorts of ways to configure the camera. I had to play with a while but I figured it out and it really helped to watch all of the videos.

The cloud is a whole different issue. Part of the reason I bought the BlackVue is because of the cloud feature that I still have available to get the cloud feature to work correctly. I admit that I'm using a wireless hotspot and the black view company sells their own wireless hotspot but I already have one.

I think I finally figured out (with the help of Andrew and BlackVue) that if you turn off the car and turn off the battery and then turn on the wireless hotspot and then turn the car on and the battery on that it will connect to the cloud. However if you turn on the car and then turn on the wireless hotspot it doesn't seem to work or at least it hasn't for me.

The cloud thing has been very frustrating for me.

I bought the camera in case of an accident so I imagine if I have an accident I will pull the SD card out and have video to show the police or insurance company and even though I can't get the cloud to work I'm confident that the images will be there.

A colleague of mine saw that I had this camera and said to me I wish I'd had this camera because somebody ran into me the other day and drove off and I have no idea who they are.

R
Ralph V. (Edmonton, CA)
The order worked as expected. Have not yet tried the dashcam

The purchase was easy and trouble free, arrived on time. Waiting on new car before installing it

J
Jennifer G. (Kyle, US)
Worth the investment

A few years ago I was hit by a box truck making an illegal turn. My civic was totaled and it was over a year before I got any reimbursement. I hope to never be in that situation again. I consider this a good investment. With so many dashcams out there, I ultimately chose the blackvue dr900X because of its high-temperature ratings. I live in southern Texas and need something that can "take the heat."
The setup was straightforward and the video quality is just as clear during the day as it is at night. I recommend getting a large-capacity SD card.