Philips Gosure ADR820 Dashcam Review

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Last week John and I tested out our brand new Phillips GoSure ADR820 Dashcam as we journeyed to Manchester for a hospital appointment.

Being the safety-conscious husband that John is, he has always wanted a good quality dashcam. In fact, we did have one for a few months, however, it was a budget dash cam which broke and was not much use to us.

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That’s why I was excited to have the opportunity to review the new Phillips GoSure ADR820 as I know this is a good brand and this Dashcam has lots of brilliant features.

Philips Go Sure ADR620 Cam

The Philips Gosure ADR820 Features?

The GoSure ADR820 has a 140-degree wide recording angle, a Sony image sensor and F1.8 lens.

Sometimes when driving locally or on the Motorway, we may have some crazy drivers weaving in and out or pulling out when they really should not.

Having a Dash Cam can deter others from doing this, helping to keep us safer.

The Phillips Dash Cam is also protection and could help should a crash or event take place. It is always great to have evidence to show who is at fault.

Philips Go Sure ADR620 view

Peace of Mind in a Road Incident

Last year my husband found himself in an unfortunate road rage attack.

It turned out the driver was high on drugs and that there had been a series of incidents that day.

Having a Dashcam in this instance would have been really useful. Now we have a new dashcam, I think it will give my husband peace of mind.

Philips Go Sure ADR620 what it can see

One thing I love about the new Dash Cam is that there is a collision detecting G-sensor and a Driver fatigue alert warning.

This is really good and makes this particular Dash Cam appealing to me.

Philips Go Sure ADR620 Memory Card Slot

Philips Gosure ADR820 Large LCD Screen

I love the LCD screen on the Philips GoSure ADR820. It is really clear and precise.

My husband is super impressed and loves how the car automatically switches off when the engine is turned off.

Richard Armstrong, Philips Business Development Manager Automotive – UK & Eire commented: “We all hope our journeys are safe and incident-free.

Philips ADR820 dashcam Boxing View

But in the case of an accident, gathering accurate evidence is vital. I totally agree with this. A Dash Cam can record detail sharply and accurately and help avoid added stress or unnecessary claim disputes.”

The Philips GoSure ADR820 has an optional rear camera connection and GPS tracking system which can bring transparency and honesty to any car incident.

These new Dash cams are available at selected Currys PC World and the RAC website.

We really like our Dash Cam and are pleased to have such good quality protection for our car.

*We were sent a Dash Cam for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own.

Angela Xx

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  1. My dad has one of these but a relatively cheap one. You have give me the idea of the perfect Christmas present for him! Thank you, he doesn’t want anything but he would love this.

  2. Hello, as many comments are at around 2017 I would like to know if anyone owns this dash cam what is the durability of it? I had 2 E-Prance ones for £30 and after about 2 years they done last mainly for 2 reasons:
    1) They do not have a battery, but there is a capacitor only for a 5 minute session mainly to shut it down. THose two are basically dying.
    2) THe dash I had could not withstand high and very low temperatures, so I had to unplug them and take them with me.

    I would appreciate any feedback?


    1. The Dashcam is DC (Direct Current) and no internal battery for out of the car recording, unlike my Satnav which does have a loss of power indicator, which automatically shut down 2 minutes after power is cut. The ADR820 is plugged directing into the what was the 12v cigarette lighter socket via a USB cable.

      The dashcam does come with a 3m USB cable and 12v USB adapter in the packaging. It can withstand high temperatures.

      We have not had any issues leaving the dashcam on the windshield all summer or during hot and long sunny days. We have had the Dashcam for two years and it never failed whereas, the last types/brands of dashcam had failed days of being purchased.

      I hope we have answered your question, Peter.

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