Thinkware F770 - Click to see the full review

The Thinkware F770 is a front & rear dash cam that records in full HD, featuring Super Night Vision, Time Lapse, Road Safety Warning Systems and Safety Camera Alert. With 1080p Full HD & Full HD 2CH, 30fps and Advanced Video Clear Technology, the F770 produces a clear high-quality image. The night vision uses Image Signal Processing technology and real-time image processing to produce an image ten times brighter than earlier models, which means you will still get clear details even in carparks and roads without streetlight.

Geko PanicSafe - Click to see the full review

With both my partner and I learning to drive later in life, we are familiar with that horrible feeling of seeing someone you adore drive off…after stalling twice and putting window wipers on…and the shear panic of wondering whether they will make it to their destination in one piece. I only wish I had the Geko PanicSafe then. This clever little device is a combination of GPS tracking, a built-in G-sensor and Bluetooth technology that helps you keep in contact with loved ones by instantly alerting you when they or their car is in need.

Viofo A119S 1080P Dash Cam - Click to see the full review

The Viofo A119S 1080P Dash Cam (incredibly dull name) takes 1080p 60fps video recordings and is able to take clear photos of number plates even at high speeds. It comes with the A119S Car Camera, a GPS mount, a camera mount, a dual USB car charger, a USB cable, five clips and the user. The A119S supports up to a whopping 128GB Micro SD card (not included), and on top of that, it records in loops - when the Micro SD is full, the camera will loop back around and re-record over the oldest entry, meaning that your recording should never stop in the middle of a journey.

Quad Lock Bike Kit iPhone7 - Click to see the full review

As smartphones slowly absorb every other gadget’s purpose into their own arsenal like some unstoppable technical amoeba, it’s become increasingly difficult to leave you phone behind when participating in any activity. Yes, you could leave your phone at home whilst you enjoy a pleasant bike ride around the countryside with no destination or time limit, but what is the point in doing anything if you can’t monitor, analyse your results and then show off on social media?

Nextbase 412GW Dash Cam - Click to see the full review

The 412GW Dash Cam from Nextbase features QUAD HD 1440p recording, which delivers images at 30 frames per second with a high frame rate option of 60fps recording at full 1080p HD. It uses six-element sharp lenses, made up of six layers of glass to provide excellent picture clarity, and it has a 140° viewing angle. It attaches via the new Click & Go magnetic mount, making it easy to install; the mount uses magnets and powered touch points, allowing the camera itself to be free from wires and therefore be easy to remove when you leave the car.

Quad Lock Motorbike Mount and Car Suction Mount - Click to see the full review

Earlier this year we looked at the Quad Lock Cycle Mount and were impressed by how sturdy it was, but how bumpy does it really get on a bicycle? Could it really be as secure on a Motorcycle? It came with the iPhone 7 Plus case and the iPhone 7 Plus poncho to get us started, you can buy them separately or as a kit. The Quad Lock Motorcycle Mount is a flexible mount for your phone that allows for a convenient and visible location on your bike. It features a rotating head and comes with an extension arm if extra clearance is required.