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Looks great, solar charging and eas of installation without drilling holes are the killer features. However I'd rather use a system that's wired to a screen mounted in the dashboard. Having to load the app before I park is too inconvenient.
Who the hell would want this over a nice Alpine, Kenwood or Pioneer complete widescreen Multimedia player with navigation AND back up camera(and parking sensors) ? They cost about the same..(as almost every commenter already has pointed out)
Not a perfect product : bought this product to solve my Mazda ‘s issue of poor rear viewing: mazda mx6.
The problems I have had with this product:
- you my have trouble with the app connecting to your camera (fails to connect @ 30% of the time) = you have to close the app on your phone then reconnect
- when the app connects to the camera, the signal often disconnects and reconnects after a couple of seconds while backing up about 50% of the time
- if you leave your car idol for more than a few weeks (go on vacation or don’t drive your car for some time): you need to unplug the and re-plug in the wireless dongle (just like you did when initially installing)
- great cameras : day and night
- love the proximity alarms- not annoying but useful
- the setup process and simplicity are Awesome !
- price : you pay a premium ($ hundreds of dollars more than wired systems)
- reliability (it is finicky: sometimes is flawless but sometimes won’t connect to the camera or cuts in and out while backing up)
- to use, you have to have the app opened, it finds the wireless signal and connects to the camera... at best of times, it takes a few seconds (it is not instantaneous); at worst, it doesn’t connect to the cameras and you must close the app and reopen it, taking up to a few minutes... not great when you want to just backup and get going to work in a hurry
It has great potential but isn’t fully “baked” in practice.
I just saw this review. And I can only find a used or like new on Amazon. I tried to find it elsewhere, but it stating "no longer available." The hubby got a new car with a build in back up camera and I wanted one for my '06 Jeep. Any suggestions?
Aww man, that is a bummer. Are there any other back up cameras like this one? Without having to wire into the car? Or if I get this particular one would it still be good to use? And thanks for the quick reply.
GREAT video. Expensive product but not crazy expensive. The Pearl's functionality, ease of installation, and the ability to easily remove and transfer it to another car compared to just about any other system, takes some of the sting out of the price, for me. But it's still out of my price range.
As I seldom use the ODB2 port and the adapter can be removed when needed, the port is always available for any required testing. It does mean that products like 'Automatic' can't be used if you've got the Pearl installed. So you have to make a decision.
I wish we could have see some night mode testing. Well done, Pearl. Thoughtful implementation. Good use of already present resources compare to other systems.
Too expensive and they need to ditch the ODB2 requirement. ODB2 port is too valuable to be tied up with a backup camera. Unit needs to just direct connect to phone via Bluetooth and it needs onboard storage to act as a security system recording motion around the car when parked that uploads to your phone when you get within range. That would of been a dope product, at 250$. The best thing this product has going for it is the solar charging.. Everything else was poor implementation imo. A real good effort by Pearl though, I hope they iterate on it some more.
Expensive? Try buying a new $25,000 car with a pre installed rearview camera. $500 is chunk change. I'm putting $1000 a month away for a 2019 Dodge Challenger. Until then, this $500 gadget will do fine.
Why is it that everyone that reviews this product show it after the app has started and connected to your phone, why not show that it takes at least 30 seconds after you stop for the app to load and connect to your phone, in the time it takes to start the app and connect, you could have parked already, this looks like one of those, I got it free better give it a good review videos.
+studivan makes more sense to start the app when you're arriving close to your parking spot not when you're at it. I never noticed a 30 second delay, more like 8-12 seconds max on the iPhone 7. My experience & how I used it is obviously different from your own. I can only speak about how it worked for me.
As far as me giving it a positive review because I got it for free - I receive numerous items from companies that want me to review their products. But on CrazyDopetastic I only share content I love. I have turned down many requests & have returned products because they don't live up to my standards & expectations. I can speak for no one but myself.
I bought it without a second though, ordered 1 day shipping too. I've been looking to get a camera in my 01 Honda Civic forever.
I'm still 2 years away from having enough money to buy a brand new Dodge challenger, so I'm looking forward to using Peal Auto the next 2 years.
I'll be honest the price is ridiculous it's way too high and I'm not a fan of app devices when it comes to my car I think I'll stick with something a lot more cheaper and simpler like to quickvu which I'm going to order this week to quick views all you do is the same kind of ice accepted as a monitor and a battery inside the camera on the license plate in the battery lasts a year as much as I do I will probably last me a lot longer and it's nearly 3rd through 30 times cheaper than this yep it sure is the price less than $300 and there's no app and it has night vision and more so this device I feel it's way too high and just downright not a good idea
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