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Product Features

  • 🔅【Clearly Displayed】HD 1080P, The Picture is Clearer Than Most Similar Products. Advanced IPS Technology Created a monitor which Fast Response and without Delay, Making Your Receiving More Confident and Safe.
  • 🔅【Auto Dimming】Automatically Adjusts the Display Brightness Based on Ambient Light. It Means It Automatically Adjusts to Comfortable Brightness When in the Super Bright Day or the Dark Night.
  • 🔅【Advanced Rear View Camera】18 Infrared Lights and CCD Sensor, IP69 Waterproof Standard and 149° Perfect View. Digital Highdefinition Processor Present Superior Night Vision For You.
  • 🔅【Flexible Vehicle Comatability】Voltage Range From 9-36V DC Power To Accomodate a Wide Variety of Large Vehicle as Semi-Trailer/Box Truck/5th Wheel/Trailer/Bus.
  • 🔅【Customer Service】If You Would Like a Extra Cable or Have any Problems, Please Contact Us (susanjiying@hotmail.com) We are Online 24 hours and Offer One Year Replacement Warranty and Lifetime Support

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good product, solid seller I picked this one after looking at dozens of others and reading hundreds of reviews. Prices ranged from $59 to $200 on products that looked almost identical. I was wondering if they were all from the same factory and I should just buy the cheapest one. Eventually I decided the cases were all the same or very similar but the guts probably were not. The cheaper ones all use AV cable which is good if you already have old components which I did not (you can get adapters). The 4 pin “aircraft…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Simplest installation Purchased another brand and had to return it due to poor picture quality and cheaper parts. It was $60, so I decided to step up to this one since it looked better built, was not the generic monitor that everyone branded as theirs and had shielded cables.The installation was easy. Literally two wires to connect. I was able to connect to my ‘cigarette lighter’ (old school term)/12 volt outlet (new school term) and then it was just a matter of routing cables through the vehicle…

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